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Increasing Cases Of Sexual And Gender-Based Violence Worrying Government

The Increasing Cases Of Sexual And Gender-Based Violence Worrying Government

Government expresses worry over increasing sexual and gender-based violence cases in the country. The ministry of gender made a survey and apparently noted that there is an increase in cases. “Today we are seeing increasing sexual violence. In 2016, according to the recently launched national survey on gender-based violence in Uganda by UBOS, we stood at 21% but today, it ...

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37-Year-Old Man Allegedly Killed In Kanungu

37-Year-Old Man Allegedly Killed In Kanungu

KANUNGU: Police in Mpungu sub county, Kanungu district are investigating the circumstances under which a 37-year-old man was this morning found dead. Elly Maate, the Kigezi Regional Police Spokesman revealed that a one Katusiime Annah, wife to the deceased reported the case. On the night of 25th May 2022, unknown people allegedly murdered Tumwasinwe Wallen, a resident of Kikome cell. ...

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When We Saw Nabbanja In Omoro, We Knew NRM Would Win – Joel Ssenyonyi

Joel Senyonyi; The Government Is Not Deliberate About Addressing

National Unity Spokesperson, Joel Ssenyonyi has said it’s not surprising that Andrew Ojok Oulanyah won the election. He says the moment they saw Nabbanja in Omoro, they knew NRM had already won. Apparently, every time Nabbanja is in the area, money is going to be spent in favor of the ruling party. “Whenever you see Robinah Nabbanja involved in an ...

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IGG Beti Kamya Appears Before COSASE

IGG Beti Kamya Appears Before COSASE

At long last, IGG Beti Kamya has made an appearance before the Parliamentary Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and Enterprises (COSASE). This comes after she failed to show up last week after saying she had a “heart attack.” COCASE recently opened an investigation into the controversial Shs 10.6 billion supplementary budget that the Auditor General queried in his June 30, ...

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Nurses Commence Strike Today Over Low Pay

Nurses Commences Strike Today Over Low Pay

An announcement from the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Union (UNMU) shows that its members will start a strike. Their reason for striking is low pay. They join thousands of allied health professionals who started theirs on May 16. The UNMU president Mr Justus Cherop Kiplangat said they decided to do this because the government has chosen to undermine them. “There ...

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