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Lokodo To Draft Polices To Guide Activities Of Churches After Prophet Mbonye’s behaivor

District that cosume most pornography named

Ethics and Integrity minister, Fr Simon Lokodo, is drafting a new policy to guide activities of churches in the country following an outcry by Ugandans on the behaviour of self-styled Prophet, Elvis Mbonye. Check also:  Members Of Parliament Tell Lokodo To focus On Bigger Things And Leave Makerere students Lokodo told plenary on Thursday presided over by deputy speaker, Jacob ...

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Africa faces permanent $2bn+ maize deficit if Fall Armyworm poorly managed


CABI has today (7 September 2017) confirmed that Fall Armyworm ( FAW ) has been reported in 28 African countries, following the pest’s arrival in Africa in 2016, presenting a now permanent agricultural challenge for the continent. FAW feeds on more than 80 crops, but prefers maize and can cut yields by up to 60 per cent. Check also: Multi-pronged approach ...

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Uganda Police Boss Kale Kayihura Sends Police Chiefs For More Training

Kale Kayihura says he's happy for sending SFC to parliament

The Inspector General of Police, Kale Kayihura, has sent senior police officers for an intermediate course at the Senior Command Training College in Bwebajja along Entebbe road. Check also: Gen Kale  Appears Before The Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters. Notable among them is Kampala Metropolitan Police traffic boss, Norman Musinga, DPC Kira Road Police, Michael Kasigaire, DPC Old Kampala Police ...

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Sex Text Messages Are Illegal and Porn Says Lokodo’s Pornography Control Committee

Dr. Annette Kezaabu Kasimbazi the chairperson of the pornography control committe

The chairperson of the Pornography Control Committee operationalised by Minister of Ethics and Integrity Simon Lokodo last month has declared sex text messages illegal because they can arouse people into having sexual intercourse. Check also: No More Consumption Of Pornographic Material In Uganda -Father Lokodo “Sending a text that construes sexual intentions is punishable,” states Dr. Annette Kezaabu Kasimbazi, the chairperson ...

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Champions For Nutrition, Food Security And Agri-business Named Winners Of 2017 Africa Food Prize


Abidjan – Two women, working at both ends of the agriculture supply chain in Africa, have each been awarded the 2017 Africa Food Prize. Hon. Prof. Ruth Oniang’o, a professor and advocate of nutrition from Kenya, and Mme Maïmouna Sidibe Coulibaly an entrepreneur and agro industrialist, from Mali were awarded for their exemplary effort sin driving Africa’s agriculture transformation. Check also: Cocoa ...

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