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President Museveni Reveals NAM Delegates Have Rejected COVID-19 Testing

President Museveni Signs Anti-gay Bill Into law

President Museveni has revealed that delegates for the upcoming Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) have rejected the mandatory COVID-19 testing for the upcoming summit. The President added that after consultations with some of the NAM stakeholders, some of the members don’t want their DNA’s exposed. Therefore, other COVID-19 SOP’s will be observed but not the mandatory testing. “During the NAM summit, we ...

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Volodymyr Zelensky And Pope Francis Held Discussions Regarding Ukraine’s Peace Plan

Volodymyr Zelensky And Pope Francis Held Discussions Regarding Ukraine's Peace Plan

The two leaders Volodymyr Zelensky And Pope Francis delved into the complexities of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and exchanged perspectives on potential avenues for achieving peace in the region. In the X post, Zelensky wrote that he and the Pontiff “discussed their joint work to put Ukraine’s peace formula into action. ” “Over 80 countries are already involved in ...

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Government To Set Up Food Authority

Government To Set Up Food Authority

The government through Agriculture Ministry is crafting recommendations that will guide the formation of a Food and Agriculture Authority in Uganda. The Authority seeks to coordinate public institutions involved in food and feeds safety. During a government consultative meeting recently, over a new legislation that will guide food safety, consultants noted that the Food and Agriculture Authority needs to belong ...

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Arua Hill SC In Crisis As Host Of Players Exit

Arua Hill SC Hosts Gaddafi As Both Teams Seek First Season Win

Things are looking good at the Uganda Premier League side Arua Hill SC as the club continues to sink in sorrow and sadness. After playing 12 games in the ongoing 2023/24 UPL campaign, the Kongolo have already suffered nine losses, held two draws, and won once. As the fans of Arua Hill ask for the club to improve its results, ...

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Over 100 People Lost Their Lives During Christmas Holidays

Over 100 People Lost Their Lives During Christmas Holidays

At least 117 people lost their lives across Uganda during the Christmas holidays, according to figures from the police. The holiday period is generally seen as a time for celebration, family and rest. However, many families are now mourning the unexpected loss of loved ones. According to authorities at least 117 people died under different circumstances during Christmas celebrations in ...

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