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MPs React To State Of The Nation Address


Gilbert Olanya, MP Kilak South Amuru District I expected him to talk about the health and education sectors which are collapsing but he is instead talking of giving youth in Kalerwe and Nakawa, machines. Are those technical schools to train thousands of unskilled youth? Check Also: Uganda: State Of The Nation Address 2016 Simon Oyet, MP Nwoya County FDC This is ...

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Medical Students Drag Health Minister To Court Over Internship

Medical students

Over 1000 medical students have dragged the Minister of Health, Dr Ruth Aceng and the Attorney General to High Court in Kampala challenging the new internship policy. Check Also: Uganda To Set Up Mental Health Facility For Soldiers They claim the new internship policy restricts their access to supervised practical training at various centres. Led by Emma Amadriyo, the group is ...

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Court Issues Arrest Warrants For Radio & Weasel

Radio & Weasel

The Chief Magistrate’s Court has directed the Police to arrest (Radio & Weasel) Moses Sekibogo alias Radio,[9] and Douglas Mayanja alias Weasel over defamation.[7] Check Also: Bebe Cool Applaused At MTV Base For His Good Music On Friday, Principal Magistrate Grade One, [12]Juliet Nakitende passed the order against Radio & Weasel to compel Police to produce them before court to answer ...

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Catholic Church Suspends Fr Kibuuka

Fr. Kibuuka suspended

Archbishop of Kampala Cyprian Kizito Lwanga yesterday announced the suspension of controversial priest Jacinto Kibuuka, withdrawing all his priestly duties,[9] including celebrating the sacraments, preaching the word of God and pastoral care of the faithful.[6] Check Also: Pope Criticises West For Trying To Export Own Brand of Democracy to Africa This means that Fr Kibuuka, whose Mamre Prayer Centre – Uganda ...

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Uganda Loses Shs3B Daily In South Sudan Conflict


Uganda is losing about $1 million (Shs3.3 billion) every day since war resumed in Juba,[8] the South Sudan capital last weekend. Check Also: 5 Shocking Reasons Why America’s Military Is In Big Trouble According to the traders’ leadership in Kampala,[6] this figure is a very conservative estimate, considering that it does not factor in losses inflicted on life and properties. Since ...

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