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Donald Trump Junior Plans To Visit Uganda In December

Donald Trump Junior Plans To Visit Uganda In December

America’s President Donald Trump is finally said to have decided to visit Africa in 2019. Among countries selected on his travel calendar include the Pearl of Africa, Uganda. The other countries include South Africa, Ghana and and many others. Check also: Donald Trump’s Remarks On How To Eliminate Unlawful Acts In America Apart from all that, it’s not yet clear ...

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Halton Group Expanding It’s US Factory Operations And Manufacture Of Air Handling Units

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Halton group will open a new US production unit of about 40,000 sq ft (3,700 sq meters) close to their existing plant in Kentucky. This will focus on the manufacture of air handling units, make-up air units and exhaust air pollution control systems for the needs of commercial kitchens. This will allow the current plant, with a floor area of ...

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Tanzanian Tycoon Reginald Mengi Dies Leaving Behind $560Million

Tycoon Reginald Mengi Dies Leaving $560Million Behind

Shocking news indicate that on Thursday 2nd of May, the 75 year old Tanzanian media mogul Reginald Mengi lost his life in Dubai, leaving behind $560 million for his only 39 year old wife, Jacqueline, the former Miss Tanzania. Check also: Troubled Socialite Don Nasser Reportedly Plans To Escape Out Of Uganda However, Reginald Mengi was the Chairman of Confederation ...

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Am Excited To Be Back In Zimbabwe After 30 Years – President Museveni

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Uganda’s president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni said he’s pleased to be back in Zimbabwe, having been there first in 1980 at their independence ceremony where they marked another victory in the struggle against colonialism on the continent of Africa. The next time was in 1989 when Uganda was also just freshly resurrected from a nightmare. Indeed, the struggle for Zimbabwe, like ...

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Uganda Among 22 African Countries With Bad Press Freedom Records

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Uganda is among the twenty-two countries in Africa with press restrictions, according to the new Global press freedom index. The reports states that the intimidating acts and violence against journalists are becoming rampant in Uganda and pointed out security agencies as the top press freedom violators. Check also: Uganda Media Women Association (UMWA) Criticizes Torture Of Male Journalists Any condemnation of ...

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