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Special Anti-Corruption Criminal Session to Hear Pension Scam Appeal ISO 1

They were convicted of conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to commit a felony and forgery of a judicial document. The conviction which was passed by the Anti-Corruption Court was based on evidence that proved that they forged a court order, a certificate of taxation and a certificate of costs directing the Attorney General to pay out money that was meant for pension and gratuity of more than 639,000 pensioners.
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12:10

Meet Natalie Brown, A Resilient Crisis Manager Replacing Malac as US Envoy deborah ruth malac 1 3 Top story

She has served in Eritrea, a one-party state and highly-militarized society. She also served at the U.S. Mission to the UN agencies in Rome, in Amman, Jordan; Kuwait, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and in Conakry, Guinea. Natalie speaks French, studied Arabic and German and Amharic. She also speaks a little Italian, and Tigrinya, an Afro-Asiatic dialect used in Eritrea.
11:29
11:29

Engineer Innovates to Tackle Shortage of Oxygen in Hospitals Ministry of Health 5

Ministry of Health statistics shows that 20 per cent of admitted patients in hospitals will need medical oxygen therapy especially children and pregnant women. While it is offered free of charge in government-owned facilities, some private facilities charge between 20,000 and 50,000 Shillings per hour for patients who need life support.
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UBTEB Revises Penalties to Curb Exam Malpractice 2 1

UBTEB Executive Secretary Onesmus Oyesigye explains that this time round, any person who is found cheating will lose the entire examination set for the semester, the entire year if found cheating for a second time and expulsion for third time offenders.
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Fresh Crime Wave Hits Ankole, Worries Leaders, Residents 4 1

Most of the murders involve Boda-boda riders, whose motorcycles have been robbed during the attacks. According to police records, more than 15 motorcyclists have been killed over the last two months, with heightened incidences in the month of October.
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Schools Stick to Corporal Punishment Despite Ban- Ministry Official 2

Henry Ssemakula, a senior education officer who heads the Health/HIV unit in the Ministry of Education said schools still punish their students in ways that have been banned. The Ministry first banned corporal punishment in 2006 and followed up with circulars in 2011 and the latest in 2015.
15:12
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UNRA Introduces Speed Boats at Kazinga Channel after Bridge Decks Collapse 2 1

The announcement comes barely a week after decks on the Bridge which connects lakes Edward and George got damaged. The Channel also connects the districts of Kasese and Rubirizi. The roads agency issued a directive on Tuesday stopping heavy trucks and buses from using the road but allowed light vehicles to cross, albeit, with caution.
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Over 1,000 Acres of Crop Gardens Destroyed by Stray Elephants in Nwoya 1 3

Felix Onencan, a farmer in Agung village says he has suffered unimaginable loss after the elephants destroyed his crops and shuttered his investment. He told URN that he procured a bank loan and hired 300 acres of land on which he planted soybean which has all been ruined.
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Two Held for Selling Gov't Drugs in Sheema, Rubanda 1

Those arrested are Edirne Baguma of Bonny Drug shop located in Mukombesa Trading Centre, Sheema municipality and Martin Tugume of St. Martin Drug shop located Katojo trading centre, Rubanda District. The two are also charged for being in possession of forged operational licenses.
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Yumbe Sub County Councilors Seek Legal Action over Unpaid Honoraria 1 1

Up to 56 councillors from the Sub Counties of Kuru, Lodonga and Yumbe Town Council are seeking payments amounting to 12.7 million Shillings for the financial year 2017/18. An additional payment of 109 million Shillings is sought to cover payments to councillors from all 13 Sub Counties of Yumbe district for the financial year 2018/19.
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Ugandans to Nominate Public Servants for Integrity Award public service 2 1

The campaign leading to the National Integrity Awards is targeting individuals who exhibit acts of integrity, honesty, moral value. These may include, among others, people whose actions help the government to save money, that would otherwise have been lost, those who report issues of corruption and those helping people at the lowest levels.
11:12
11:12

EAC Member States Urged to Embrace Drones for Monitoring Fish Species poverty 1 2

Abura says that unlike domestic animals, fish species require the deployment of scientific technologies to sustain their continued existence in the Lake. He noted that there are now a number of cost-effective drones designed to cover a distance of 30 kilometres both in the space and under water.
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Pictorial: 12 Edition of EAC Command Post Exercise Ends in Jinja

During the event, State Minister for Veteran Affairs Lt Col Bright Rwamirama said that the joint activities conducted under the East African Community (EAC) Cooperation in Defence Affairs are enhancers of the integration of the Community. He noted that the EAC Partner States have similar security challenges that call for a joint approach to handle.
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10:29

Muteesa I University Guild President Faces Impeachment 1

A section of students led by Guild Council Representative Shafick Nsubuga is leading the campaign for a vote of no confidence against Kibira, who was elected into office in April this year. He is accused of disrespecting others, using abusive and aggressive language, misusing guild funds, and threatening violence, among others.
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10:12

Oilers Edge Warriors in NBL Game One as Enabu Returns fiba and fuba 1

The Oilers Captain Jimmy Enabu who had initially announced his retirement from basketball in September, made a return in the game sending City Oilers supporters into excitement.
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09:56

Court Freezes Mbale Municipal Council Accounts 3 1

The decision follows s suit filed by Buharera Investments Limited, a company that was contracted in August 2015 to maintain the composting site in Namatala, Mbale Municipality. The company is now demanding a sum of 146,475,000 Shillings for its services.
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Catholic Institutions Asked to Rethink Higher Education Approaches 5 2

Archbishop Bianco says that university education is not only about filling the head with concepts but considering the Taxonomy of Learning Domains which is categorized as the cognitive domain (knowledge), psychomotor domain (skills) and affective domain (attitudes).
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Middle East Consultant Managers Committed to High Court Entebbe Court 1

The officials were arrested during operations mounted by both the Police and the State House Anti-Corruption Unit headed by Lt. Col. Edith Nakalema.
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Clan Members Give Nod For Burial Of Bishop Ojwang in Kitgum Rev Wilson Kitara 1

Following his death, the Church of Uganda had proposed that Bishop Ojwang’s body would be buried at all saint's cathedral church Kitgum, the designated burial grounds for Kitgum diocese bishop. However, the prelates’ relatives from the Tooro clan in Pader district rejected the idea citing that his body should be buried at his home in Pader town council.
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Ugandan-Born Priest Appointed Bishop of South African Diocese 1 Top story

Bishop-elect Joseph Kizito was born in Wakaliga, Kampala, in the Archdiocese of Kampala, in 1967. He was educated in Uganda, Rome and Pretoria, South Africa. He was ordained into the priesthood in September 1997 in Aliwal Diocese, Eastern Cape, South Africa.
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