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Eddy Kenzo Confirms Receiving Money For Musicians Under UNMF

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The Uganda National Musicians Federation (UNMF) president Eddy Kenzo has confirmed receiving money for artistes. He said the money was released weeks ago and they have plans on what to do and how to spend it as previously discussed. Kenzo started the federation early last year and appointed three deputies Pallaso, Sheebah, and Juliana Kanyomozi. He at first received some ...

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Government Plans Expansion Of Road Toll System

Government Plans Expansion Of Road Toll System

The government has recently announced its intentions to implement an expansion of the existing road toll system as part of its efforts to improve infrastructure and address the growing demands on transportation networks. The move comes as a response to the challenges posed by increasing urbanization and the need to fund crucial road projects across the country. The decision to ...

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Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba’s Dual Challenges As New CDF

Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba's Dual Challenges As New CDF

In his appointment as the new Chief of the Defense Forces (CDF), General Muhoozi faces the complex task of effectively balancing his military service commitments with the inherent political considerations that come with the role. This article explores the challenges he may encounter in maintaining this delicate equilibrium. Analysts caution that in order to effectively fulfill his duties, Muhoozi must ...

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I’m Going To Fight For Release Of NUP Political Prisoners – Minister Balaam Barugahara

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The State Minister of Gender, Youth, and Children’s Affairs, Hon Balaam Barugahara has said that fighting for the release of NUP political prisoners will be top of his to-do list. Apparently, Balaam was in Parliament yesterday to be vetted for his new ministerial position. Speaking to the press later, he outlined some of the things he is going to do. ...

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Ubos Report Reveals Alarming Illiteracy Rates: Over 9.2 Million Ugandans Remain Unable To Read And Write

Ubos Report Reveals Alarming Illiteracy Rates Over 9.2 Million Ugandans Remain Unable To Read And Write

According to a recent report released by the Uganda Bureau of Statistics ( Ubos ), the illiteracy crisis in Uganda continues to persist, with a staggering 9.2 million individuals lacking the ability to read and write. The findings shed light on the urgent need for comprehensive efforts to address this issue and ensure equal access to education for all Ugandans. ...

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