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Prophet Mbonye Opens Up Another Worshipping Centre In Angola

prophet Mbonye opens another worshipping centre in angola

A week ago, Prophet Mbonye was the talk of the town after pictures of his followers kissing his feet went viral on social media. Check also: Believers Kiss Prophet Mbonye’s Feet To Receive Eternal Blessings During this week’s gathering, Prophet Elvis fired back. He termed Uganda as a nation full of devils. He was quoted saying that he loves it when ...

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UCC Lifts Its Suspension Over ABS TV

ABS Back on air

Last week, the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) indefinitely suspended ABS Television over ‘repeated breach of minimum broadcasting standards.’ Check also: Why Managing Director Aggie Konde Of NTV Uganda Left But after the station promising to comply with the set standards, the commission has ‘conditionally lifted the suspension’ of the license. “We have been in talks with them and have given them ...

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Makerere University To Recall Degrees Distributed From 2011

Makerere University to recall degrees issued from 2011

Makerere University is undertaking a comprehensive audit of marks of students over the past several years to identify and recall degrees obtained on the basis of forged or altered results. Check also: 18 Makerere University Students Expelled Over Exam Cheating Our investigations show that Dr Damalie Naggitta-Musoke, the former dean of the School of Law, is heading the inquiries being conducted ...

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Major Deals to Accelerate Africa’s Path to Prosperity through Agriculture Agreed at World’s Foremost Gathering of African Agriculture Leaders


Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire – Africa’s economic growth prospects received a major boost this week with the signing of a record number of new investments and partnership agreements for inclusive agriculture transformation at the 2017 Africa Green Revolution Forum (AGRF). Check also: African Governments Must Prioritize Agriculture To Drive Inclusive Economic Growth And Development The forum, hosted by H.E. Alassane Ouattara, President ...

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Agri-businesses and African Smallholders Seize $1 Trillion Food Market


Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire – The power of entrepreneurs and the free market is driving Africa’s economic growth from food production, as business wakes up to opportunities of a rapidly growing food market in Africa, that may be worth more than $1 trillion each year by 2030 to substitute imports with high value food made in Africa.  This is the main ...

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