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A List Of Uganda’s Top Army Officers That Are Set To Retire

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UPDF generals Katumba Wamala, Charles Angina, Otema Awany and Nakibus Lakara top the lists of 581 officers who are set to retire in the years 2021 and 2022. Check also: Uganda Police Failed To Make Investigations About Money Buried in Ivan Ssemwanga’s Grave Katumba was early this year relieved of his duties as UPDF chief of defence forces and was then ...

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Residents Of Nakaseke District Block Minister’s Convoy Over Bad Road

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Nakaseke — Angry residents in Nakaseke District on Friday blocked the Gender minister’s motorcade in protest over bad roads in their district. Check also: Uganda’s Kyadondo East By-Election Became Chaotic And Complicated Residents of Nongo Village in Kikamulo Sub-county blocked a village road, obstructing Gender minister Janat Mukwaya’s convoy. They were protesting poor service delivery in the area. Nakaseke District chairperson ...

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5 Reasons Why Most Nigerians Love Donald Trump

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President Donald Trump is struggling to convince Americans that he’s the right man for the job, enduring record low popularity ratings during his first few months in office. The annual Pew Research Center survey on global attitudes to the U.S. and its president, published on June 26, made for grim reading for Trump. Across the 37 countries surveyed, a median of just 22 percent had confidence ...

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Why China Has More International Students Than The Rest Of The World

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The surge in the number of African students in China is remarkable. In less than 15 years the African student body has grown 26-fold — from just under 2,000 in 2003 to almost 50,000 in 2015. Check also: China Determined To Help Countries In Africa To Boost Industrialization And Agriculture According to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, the US and UK host around 40,000 African students ...

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Tanzania swears to arrest those protecting gays

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Tanzania has threatened to arrest and deport those campaigning for gay rights and de-register organisations protecting homosexual interests, local media reported on Monday. Check also: Ugandan Government Vows To Crack-down Gay Pride Activities “I would like to remind and warn all organisations and institutions that campaign and pretend to protect homosexual interests … we are going to arrest whoever is involved ...

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