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PLE Set To Be Released Today

UNEB Set To release PLE Results

The Uganda National Examinations Board ( UNEB ) is set to release the 2017 Primary Leaving Examinations PLE results today in Kampala. Check also: UNEB Set To Release Primary Leaving Examination Results Next Week The examination board announced last week that they were more than ready to release ple results this week. Uneb officials, led by their executive secretary, Dan N. ...

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Women Respond To Winnie Byanyima-We Cant Kneel

Women Respond To Winnie Byanyima-We Cant Kneel

Winnie Byanyima asked women to stop kneeling and she never expected a harsh response from her fellow women.Various women are so proud of African culture and willingly to uplift tradition even before  so called feminist movements. check also: Why Besigye’s wife Byanyima calls Museveni a Wonderful Man Most women were angry that Winnie is non minded with African Norms because ...

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UNEB Set To Release PLE Results Next Week

UNEB Set To release PLE Results

The results for pupils who sat for their PLE will be released on Wednesday next week, the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has said. Check also: UNEB To Withhold Results Of School Fees Defaulters UNEB secretary Odongo Daniel Nokrach in a statement released Tuesday said that the marking process has been completed and now awaiting announcement of results. “It has been ...

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Museveni Signs The Age Limit Bill

museveni signs the age limit bill

President Museveni signed into law, the controversial age limit bill two days before Christmas and seven days after Parliament passed it. Check also: MP’s Approve Removal Of Age Limits On December 20, parliament finally passed the age limit bill in which a total of 317 MPs voted in favour of the motion to lift the age limit whereas 97 members were ...

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I Promise A better Uganda Police In 2018-Kayihura

Kale Kayihura says 2017 was the worst year of police

IGP. General Kale Kayihura has directed police officers to stop the habit of shooting civilians at the flimsiest of excuses. Check also: Police chief Taken To Court For Disrupting FDC Presidential Campaigns He was meeting 504 officers that recently completed a Basic Security Management Course at Kigo Marine Base. He emphasized that the officer’s mindset is key in the current policing ...

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