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Former Minister Nantaba In Land Disputes With Neighbors

NRM Officials Blame Nantaba For Her Disloyalty To The Party

Former Minister, Aidah Nantaba has thrown Ndeeba village in Kayunga Town Council in Kayunga District into some bit of chaos due to some land issues. This land dispute is between the former state minister of ICT and the residents in the area who got engaged in a bitter brawl over land. As Ms Nantaba graded her land in preparation for ...

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Mama Fina Gets VIP Invitation To Pastor Wilson Bugembe’s Concert

Mama Fina Gets VIP Invitation to Pastor Wilson Bugembe’s Concert

Pastor Wilson Bugembe has invited renown city witch, Mama Fina to his forthcoming concert and even accorded her a VIP invite. The show has a few special invited guests although the most notable one happens to be renown Traditional Herbalist. Tomorrow, 3rd June 2022, the Worship House Church Nansana lead pastor Wilson Bugembe will hold his concert at Hotel Africana. ...

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MPs Set To Visit The Army Stationed In DR Congo

MPs Set To Visit The Army Stationed In DR Congo

Defense and Internal Affairs committee member legislators will pay the jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo a visit. They will be heading there to check on the UPDF soldiers who are currently battling the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels. Rosemary Nyakikongoro, the committee’s chairperson said they intend their visit to give the Ugandan soldiers motivation. Additionally, it’s their legislative ...

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Mpuuga Asks Supporters To Protest Themselves

Mathias Mpuuga; Civic Space Is Shrinking, Reforms Are Needed

Mathias Mpuuga, the leader of the opposition in parliament has called out Ugandans asking why NUP has not done anything about commodity prices. He told them that they also have a duty to rise up and protest. In recent events, a section of Ugandans have been questioning why NUP has not joined the protests against rising commodity prices. Kizza Besigye, ...

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Namugongo Areas Filled With People Ahead Of Martyr’s Day

Namugongo Areas Filled With People Ahead Of Martyr’s Day

Namugongo is home to Uganda’s Catholic and Anglican shrines. On the 3rd of June, Ugandans will celebrate the martyrs who died for their faith. This has always seen pilgrims move long distances to the Uganda Martyr’s Shrine in Namugongo to pay tribute to them. Over the years, the number of pilgrims has only kept in going higher for an unknown ...

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