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May 2019 12 results
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Professor Apollo Nsibambi October 1940- May 28 , 2019 1 3 Top story

Born on October 25, 1940, Nsibambi has lived an illustrious life as an academic, first non-Head of State Chancellor of Makerere University, Minister and long-serving Prime Minister under, President Museveni .
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21:52

Hearing of Kaweesi Murder Suspect Bail Application Flops 2

Justice Margaret-Oguli Oumo told the defense lawyers and sureties of the suspects in her chambers that Justice Mugambe was unwell and would be available on June 17th 2019.
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21:25

Student Drowns in Pond

Nuwamanya reportedly escaped from school around 5:20pm on Tuesday evening with his friends to swim in the pond belonging to Yonah Kanyomozi, a neighbor to the school.
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20:45

Bakkabulindi Holds First Sports Association Forum Meeting

Addressing the leaders of various national sports associations on Tuesday, the Sports State Minister, Charles Bakkabulindi, said they were unable to convene the forum for the last five years because the National Council of Sports had to address other priorities.
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Tender Records Vanish From Rakai Registry missing documents 1

According to Kwizera, poor record management compromises value and importance of records within the procurement process with most documents being unavailable and unreliable.
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Lango Leaders, CSOs Condemn Increase in Mob Justice Human Rights

Up to 11 suspected thieves have been lynched and burnt to ashes in the districts of Lira and Kole since July 2018. They include 32-year-old Solomon Odongo, a resident Anai village, Lira Sub County who was accused of killing a mobile money operator and escaping from lawful custody. On April, 17th, 2019, Jasper Okello Ongu, a local trader at Bala Trading Centre in Kole district was killed and the remains burnt to ashes. Just after a day, another suspected thief identified as Jimmy Owiny, a resident of Alito Sub County in Kole district was beaten to death and his body was set on fire.
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Cabinet Approves National Intellectual Property Policy, 2019 1

Cabinet has approved the National Intellectual Property (IP) Policy. The sole purpose of intellectual property law is to allow the people who create and invent things to profit from their work.
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Cabinet Approves UGX 86B Loan for Geological Mapping 2

Cabinet has approve plans to borrow 20,622,435 million Euros (approximately 84 billion Shillings) for the Airborne geological and geophysical survey mapping in Karamoja.
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Trial of Kalangala Based German Suspected Pedophile Flops masaka high court

Glaser is accused of sexually abusing girls placed under his care under his Ssese Humanitarian Service, a nongovernmental organisation based on Mwena landing site in Kalangala district.
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09:54

Police Recovers Bodies of Lake Kwania Boat Accident Victims Kwania district

The deceased have been identified as Denis Elyak, 29, Thomas Odur, 28, and Jimmy Ocan, 22 all residents of Akokodako Village, Nambieso Sub County in Kwania district.
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Mbarara Municipal Councillors Fail to Pass Budget 1

The council session was adjourned after 35 out of the 50 councillors declined to attend the meeting on grounds that the Municipality authorities had not given ample time to the divisions to give their input to the budget.
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MPs Oppose Proposal to Penalize Landlords Who Annoy Tenants 6

Nzoghu, who doubles as the Shadow Works and Transport Minister, also argues that parliament shouldn’t be seen to be interfering with affairs between landlords and tenants but rather it should ensure that there is a mechanism of resolving disputes and streamline the relationship between the two parties.
May 2019 12 results