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Chief Justice Owiny Dollo Says Supreme Court Needs More Judges

Chief Justice Owiny Dollo Says Supreme Court Needs More Judges

In the latest developments, Chief Justice of Uganda, Alfonse Owiny Dollo, has asked president Museveni to appoint more Justices to the Supreme Court bench. He said there is need to increase manpower that will help in solving the problem of case backlog. He made this appeal while speaking at the 5th Benedicto Kiwanuka memorial lecture at the High Court Grounds, ...

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Uganda Cranes Draws With Libya In Goalless Clash

Uganda Cranes Draws With Libya In Goalless Clash

Uganda Cranes played to a goalless draw against Libya in the first game of the Tri Nations tournaments. They played the game at Benina Martyrs Stadium in Benghazi, Libya last night. The tournament has Uganda, Tanzania, and Libya(hosts) playing friendly matches. In the match buildup, Uganda largely relied on the U23 team to enable the main team prepare for next ...

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Ebola Outbreak; Health Ministry Releases Guidelines

Ebola Outbreak; Health Ministry Releases Guidelines

The Ministry of Health has issued a list of SOPs to follow in this unexpected outbreak of the Ebola virus in Mubende. These SOPs are majorly aimed at health workers, communities and families members as well as other stakeholders at the frontline fighting the disease. The government on Tuesday confirmed the outbreak of the Ebola virus and these guidelines follow ...

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Bukedea Health Camp Sees Over 9000 Receive Free Medical Treatment

Bukedea Health Camp Sees Over 9000 Receive Free Medical Treatment

At least 10,000 people from across different sub counties in Bukedea have shown gratitude for getting free treatment and medical supplies. This happened during a three-day health camp organised by Speaker Anita Among in partnership with medical schools from across the country. The camp kicked off on Thursday September 15th and hundreds of residents flocked Kidongole, Kolir, Kachumbala, Malera and ...

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Nyege Nyege Festival Sees Ugandans Spending Like There Is No Economic Crisis

Nyege Nyege Festival Sees Ugandans Spending Like There Is No Economic Crisis

The last Nyege Nyege festival happened in 2019 in Njeru, Buikwe District. The following year soon saw a 2-year long Covid-19 pandemic set in, then the 2021 general elections with it’s problems, and lastly the Ukrainian war which saw prices of commodities go up. With all of these effects on the economy, people still made their way to Itanda Falls ...

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