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Media And UPDF Start Reconciliation Process Through Football

Media And UPDF Start Reconciliation Process Through Football

The media and the Uganda Peoples Defense Force (UPDF) start the reconciliation process. They started this with a football match between themselves at Phillip Omondi Stadium at Lugogo. The media and the UPDF have had a very sour relationship especially since campaigns kicked off. Journalists accused UPDF of always targetting them for purposes of violence. The situation got even worse ...

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Nigerian Man Who Married 2 Wives On Same Day Finally Reveals Why He Did It

Nigerian Man Who Married 2 Wives On Same Day Finally Reveals Why He Did It

A 37 year old Nigerian man identified as Samson Uloho Uthuko who married two women on the same day has finally revealed that he made such an incredible decision simply because he wanted to do what his own dad never did. During an interview with BBC News Pidgin, Samson said his father married only one wife. It was believed that ...

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Space Station Crew Lands Back On Earth Successfully

Space Station Crew Lands Back On Earth Successfully

A few days ago, the International Space Station crew reached 10 people and now three of them have made their way back to earth. NASA’s Kate Rubins and two Russian cosmonauts Sergey Ryzhikov and Sergey Kud-Sverchkov completed their 185-day mission on the space station on Friday. They departed in the Soyuz MS-17 spacecraft which aired live on NASA’s TV channel ...

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Government Scoffs At US Government Over Sanctions, Says They Won’t Lose Sleep Over It

Government Scoffs At US Government Over Sanctions

The government of Uganda has scoffed at the US government over sanctions and says it will not lose sleep over that issue. The US imposed sanctions on officials they accuse of human rights violations in the just concluded 2021 general elections. On Friday, US Secretary of State, Antony John Blinken announced visa restrictions on those believed to have undermined the ...

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Curfew Hours Will Remain In Place; Museveni Disappoints Moslems

Curfew Hours Will Remain In Place; Museveni Disappoints Moslems

Moslems are in for disappointment as Museveni insists on retaining curfew hours from 9:00 pm to 5:30 am. Since the Ramadan season started, Moslems have been crying for a re-adjustment in curfew. This they say, would enable them pray the prayer after Futari at 8:00pm. The president has however insisted that they should pray from home if they can’t keep ...

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