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Meet Odeta, The Disappointed UPDF Soldier!

Odeta

Life is said to be the period between the birth and death of a living thing, especially a human being. It’s believed that during that time frame, it can push you to extreme ends when it decides to. If you’re weak, you will give up and indulge in destructive behaviour and if you’re strong, you will always try to meander ...

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Jinja Tourism Institute To Release Over 190 Fresh Graduates

Jinja Tourism Institute To Release Over 190 Fresh Graduates

On November 25, a total of 199 graduates will walk away with diplomas and certificates in various tourism-related disciplines. Most of the graduates seem to be girls with a number of 121 representing 61% of the total graduates. This means that the rest, 78 are the boy’s representing 39%. Mr Moses Kaneene, the deputy principal of Uganda Hotel and Tourism ...

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Environmental Police Officers Arrested Over Protecting Loggers

Environmental Police Officers Arrested Over Protecting Loggers

Geoffrey Osborn Oceng, the Resident District Commissioner of Lamwo ordered the arrest of the Environmental Police unit officers. This happened so after he allegedly discovered them to be giving protection to loggers. Oceng, in an interview with reporters, said he also had orders for the confiscation of the truck as he sent the implicated officers to Gulu regional police. “A ...

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Uganda Baati And NFA Partner To Conserve Environment Through Planting Trees

Uganda Baati And NFA Partner To Conserve Environment Through Planting Trees

Uganda Baati Limited (UBL) and the National Forestry Authority held a meeting this week with a purpose of joining hands in restoring Uganda’s forest cover. This move is aimed at conserving the environment under UBL Corporate restoration program. Studies have shown that the population of Uganda grows at 1.5 million per year. This means that by 2025 the population will ...

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Use These Rains To Plant More Trees, Activists

Use These Rains To Plant More Trees, Activists

Activists have urged Ugandans to use the current rains to plant more trees. The CEO of Great Outdoors, Leonard Mutesasira said that as part of their efforts to replenish the environment, they are mobilizing the public to start planting trees in reasonable numbers. “The rains have started and this is the right time for tree planting to start. We call ...

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