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University Students Warned To Shun Mindset Of Working Abroad

University Students Warned To Shun Mindset Of Working Abroad

University students have been advised to shun the idea of going abroad to look for jobs after graduation due to ‘no jobs’. They have instead been told to involve themselves in the government programs which aim at transforming the country. ‘’Uganda needs you, young people, to contribute to the development of your country rather than going abroad,’’ Brig. Gen. Patrick ...

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NMS Restricts Entry For Staff And Visitors To Vaccinated Personnel Only

NMS Restricts Entry For Staff And Visitors To Vaccinated Personnel Only

National Medical Stores (NMS) has directed that no staff or visitors will be allowed to access the premises if not fully vaccinated for Covid-19. Sheila Nduhukire, the Public Relations Officer communicated this through a statement. She said it is a measure to curb the spread of the disease. They have made it a mandate for all staff and visitors of ...

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Bright Stars Eye Third Straight Win Over Mbarara City FC

Bright Stars Eye Third Straight Win Over Mbarara City FC

Bright Stars will on Friday be attempting to win their third game in a row against Mbarara City FC as the two sides meet later today. The Stars did a double over the Ankole Lions, one which included a 1-0 victory at Kakyeka. Back then, Baker Mbowa’s side appeared to be in a scintillating form and eventually finished in the ...

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Bukwo District Officials Embezzle Shs700 Million Through Ghost Projects

Bukwo District Officials Embezzle Shs 700m Through Ghost Projects

Four district officials from Bukwo are reportedly on the run after police summoned them to record statements regarding embezzlement. The officials are said to have created several ghost Northern Uganda Social Action Fund (NUSAF) III projects leading to a shs 700m loss. The culprits include Jonah Chewere the NUSAF desk officer, Stephen Sikor Mella the acting human resource officer, Franklin ...

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Uganda Police Force To Deploy 160 Officers To Somalia

Uganda Police Force To Deploy 160 Officers To Somalia

Plans by the Uganda Police Force are underway to deploy a total of 160 Uganda Police officers in Somalia. The reason for the move is to help in building the capacity of the Somalia police. The team is part of the Formed Police Unit (FPU) who completed a six-month-long intensive pre-deployment training course. The completed course concentrated on Peacekeeping Operations ...

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