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Saidi Kyeyune Makes His Return To URA Football Club

Saidi Kyeyune Makes His Return To URA Football Club

When Sudanese giants Al Merreikh Sports Club mutually ended the employment contract of Midfielder Saidi Kyeyune, he decided to return home. Luckily, the Uganda U-23 team summoned him for the Saudi Arabia international tour. While there, his parent club URA, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA), and Tanzanian-based Azam picked keen interest in him. At the end of the day, URA ...

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Suspected Killer Of Mityana Catholic Priest Arrested

Catholic Priest Stabbed To Death In Gomba District Over Land Wrangles

Police in Katonga Region has arrested the suspected killer of Mityana Catholic Priest, Rev Fr Josephat Kasambula. The priest happened to be the curate at St Charles Lwanga Catholic Parish in Kiboga District. The police spokesperson of Katonga Regional Police, Ms. Lydia Tumushabe said they arrested the suspect on Thursday evening. She said the police force acted immediately after they ...

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World Cup Qualifiers: Rwanda Hungry For Success

World Cup Qualifiers; Rwanda Hungry For Success

Rwandan Coach Vincent Mashami admitted that playing against opponents in Group E of the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifiers will be tough. However, he assured everyone that the Rwandan players are so hungry for success in the competitions. The Amavubi will take on Mali in their opening game of the qualifiers in early September around 1-3 in Morocco. They will ...

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Minister Slammed For Telling Ugandan Men To ‘’Keep Off’’

Minister Betty Amongi; I Hope Those Men Are Awaiting Afghan Women Are Not Stingy

Betty Amongi, the minister of Gender, Labour and Social Development has been slammed for a joke she made publically. She openly ‘joked’ about the Afghanistan refugee women expected in the country. These are part of the 2000 refugees that Uganda will host. Amongi ‘joked’ in a tweet, saying that she hopes Ugandan men who are jubilant about the coming of ...

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Experts To Discuss Social Media Toll On Mental Health

Experts To Discuss Social Media Toll On Mental Health

In recent years, social media has subsequently become part of our day-to-day life. A study conducted in 2019 showed that on average, an adult Ugandan picks up their phone about 58 times in a single day. In addition, one spends roughly three of every 24 hours on their mobile devices. As for teenagers, the average time increases to seven hours ...

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