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DOn’t Touch On The Constitution Museveni Must Go-Religious Leaders Over The Age Limit

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Religious leaders have told the country’s Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda to go slowly and desist from intimidating them on the presidential age limit bill.And Museveni must go Check also: MP’s Were Bribed On The Age Limit Bill-Lukyamuzi Claims At the close of last week, Rugunda rushed to his twitter handle and denied threatening religious leaders into silence over the age limit ...

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Doctors Choose To Strike Than Making Truce With Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda

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Ugandan doctors have resumed their industrial strike failing to make truce withe rugunda accusing government of failing to meet their demands. Check also: Doctors Set To Strike This was resolved during a Monday meeting by all doctors under their umbrella body, Uganda Medical Association (UMA) held at Davis Lecture Theatre at Mulago National Referral Hospital. They first declared their industrial strike ...

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Uganda’s PM On South Korea, ICC, Homosexuality Law, And Elections

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Anders: The New York Times reported that South Korea and Uganda made 10 agreements recently related to defense,[9] health, rural development, and communications technology.[7 Would you please explain the nature of these agreements? Check also: Uganda’s President Sent Kim Jong Un Congratulatory Message H.E. Ruhakana Rugunda: South Korea is a very important country in terms of development. It has now ...

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Makerere Runs Broke: They Ask Gov’t To Takeover

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Makerere university contributes 40 per cent of their staff monthly salaries. This is collected from internally generated revenue like fees from private students. However, as it appeared yesterday, the government had not yet paid their quarterly releases which made it difficult for them to operate. According to Prof John Ssentamu-Ddumba, the vice chancellor, the university is tired of the frequent ...

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