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President Museveni praises Ugandan’s for Being fertile as UN raises concerns over the country’s population growth rate

President Museveni hails fertility of ugandan's

The United Nations Population Fund has raised concerns over Uganda’s fast-growing population. According to figures from the UNFPA, every year the population of Uganda grows by more than one million people.though president hails the population’s fertility Check also: Presidential age limit could be abolished because it’s not a commandment from God — Hon. Otafiire says While addressing the gathering during 2017 ...

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I will continue protesting against bibles that are full of satanic things- Pastor Bujingo swears

Bujingo swears to protest against bibles

While in Nabweru court on Monday, Pastor Bujingo maintained his ground and said he preaches only to House of Prayer Ministries members and well-wishers. Check also:  Pastor Bugingo is Mentally ill- Apostle Dr. Joseph Sserwadda claims He says he will continue protesting against bibles that are full of satanic things. “I preach to only HPM members and well-wishers, so those who ...

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Robert Sentamu Kyagulanyi appointed to serve on Presidential Affairs Committee

Sentamu to serve on the presidential committe

Robert Sentamu Kyagulanyi, also known as Bobi Wine, a stage name he has used throughout his music career, was appointed to the committee moments after taking oath undertaking to offer faithful service to parliament and defend and uphold the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. Check also: Bobi wine swears In The Presidential Affairs Committee is tasked with assessing the functionality ...

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Bobi wine swears In

Bobi wine swears in

Singer Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine has today afternoon successfully been sworn in as a member of parliament for Kyadondo East constituency. Check also:  Bobi wine celebration Party arranged The singer who was welcomed by members of the opposition to the podium to recite the oath was received with cheers  from fellow parliamentarians. Unlike the normal procedures, Kyagulanyi was asked ...

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