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Dry Spell To Last Until February

Dry Spell To Last Until February

The Uganda National Meteorological Authority has revealed that many parts of Uganda will experience a dry spell until February. Luckily, the authority added that the South Western and Central parts of Uganda will receive rainfall occasionally. The news comes at a time when many parts of the country are experiencing high temperatures, the first few days of the new year. ...

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MPs Want Restoration Of the Constituency Development Fund

MPs Want Restoration Of the Constituency Development Fund

A section of members of Parliament have requested the reinstatement of the Constituency Development Fund. This is because their voters have overwhelming demands yet it is at times difficult to release funds for the development of constituencies. According to the MPs, the fund can help meet constituency demands to deliver services on the government’s behalf. A couple of years back, ...

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Investigation Into Payment Of December Salaries For Civil Servants Ordered

Investigation Into Payment Of December Salaries For Civil Servants Ordered

Henry Musaasizi, the Minister of State of Finance in charge of General Duties, has said they will investigate non payment of civil servants for December. The Nakaseke member of parliament, Hon Sarah Najjuma aired this matter of nation importance during plenary last evening. This prompted Musaasizi to say that they will carry out an investigation to find out why salaries ...

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Uganda Vs Cameroon Friendly Ends In 1-1 Draw

Uganda Vs Cameroon Friendly Ends In 1-1 Draw

The friendly match between Uganda Vs Cameroon in Tunis, Tunisia ended in a 1-all draw yesterday. The Cranes and the Lions of Cameroon played this game as a test for the upcoming African Nations Championship. The games are starting next week in Algeria. Cranes’ midfielder Moses Waiswa came from the bench to put the ball behind the net and level ...

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WHO Shows Hope Of Ending Covid-19 In 2023

WHO Shows Hope Of Ending Covid-19 In 2023

The World Health Organization (WHO) has given the world hope that the Covid-19 pandemic will be defeated in 2023. Apparently, the economy-crippling pandemic will definitely still be a main topic of discussion, but with the right effort, 2023 will be the year. The organization said the public health emergency will by all means end this year. Good news also came ...

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