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Dec 2022 44 results
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20:03

IMF Staff Approve UGX 800 Billion Financing to Uganda 4 1 Top story

The agreement, which is subject to approval by the IMF Board, is part of the Extended Credit Facility arrangement worth 1 billion US Dollars, which was approved in May 2021 to be disbursed over a three-year period. The facility’s overall aim is to help to develop and least-developed countries’ economies overcome the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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19:44

US Govt Investigates AGOA Underperformance 4

The debate on the performance and future of AGOA was one of the side events at the just concluded US-African Leaders Forum in Washington DC, whose main focus was increasing trade and investment between the two regions.
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19:43

BUL FC Defeats Maroons FC 5-0 goal 1

The win puts BUL FC in the second position on the UPL table standings, closely behind table leaders, KCCA FC.
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19:29

Bishop Cautions Faithful against Pushing Nomination Committee for Successor Mukono Diocese 1 1

Bishop Ssebaggala noted that several Christians keep bothering members of the nomination committee to reveal the names of clergy selected and forwarded to the House of Bishops for the final choice of the Bishop who will take over from him.
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2022 'Game Changer' Year For Uganda’s Oil and Gas Sector TotalEnergies 1 2 Top story

From delivering a Final Investment Decision, the commencement of field development, and the arrival of the rigs, there is hope that Tilenga and Kingfisher Developments in the Albertine will deliver first oil in 2025.  
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18:58

Missing Poacher Found Dead inside Murchison Falls Park

The Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson David Ongom Mudong in a statement issued on Wednesday noted preliminary findings indicate the deceased was trampled to death by elephants.
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Experts Propose Vending amid Mixed Opinion on School Feeding Makerere University 1 8

Dr Margaret Kabahenda, a researcher in the Department of Food Technology and Nutrition that while the government has put a lot of effort into curbing malnutrition among babies, those gains are undone shortly after children start school because many of them go hungry for all the hours they spend at school.
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18:04

Security Heightened Along Porous Border with South Sudan Over Cattle Theft UPDF 1 1

According to security officials, the porous border point has aided the undetected influx of suspected criminals from the neighboring Nimule Township who loot cattle and goats for sale in the war-torn nation.
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18:03

South Sudanese Student Killed in Kansanga Finally Identified 1 1

The deceased’s uncle Mangeny has told Police that Aguek was indeed a student at Juba University, but not KIU or any other University in Uganda. “He was a student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in human medicine and surgery at Juba University. He was in his 4th year,” said Mangeny.
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16:53

Lamwo District Human Resource Department Incapacitated to Manage Payroll 6

James Okumu Bedijo, the Chief Administrative Officer of Lamwo said since the decentralization of the payroll management system, the government has been assuming that the human resource departments have the capacity to manage the payroll.
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16:48

Residents Raise Alarm as They Lose Livestock to Unidentified Predators Uganda Police Force 1

Sula Nuwe, the Mashonga parish councilor, says that the animals which the villagers suspect to be lions or leopards have so far killed 30 goats,15 sheep, and 1 cow in the Sub County. The animals allegedly roam around Mashonga and Kabingo parishes.
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Lodging Facility Kills Homeless Man 3 1

Erick Okello, who manages the entire building including Blue Valley Guest House, says that Otwii’s body was recovered after hours of searching when people realized that he was missing.
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16:13

Police Withdraw from Private Installations in Luwero Investors 1 4

Patrick Lule, the Acting Savannah Region Police Spokesperson says that the affected private installations have been advised to hire private security guards since they have redeployed their officers to boost police stations.
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15:58

Poor Network Threatens EMIS Registration in Madi Okollo 3

Godfrey Akuma, the head teacher of Kaligo Primary school in Rigbo sub county says that they have been incurring high costs to travel to Arua city to get service providers for the registration exercise due to the poor network for internet in the area.
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15:53

Sembabule District Defies Local Gov't Minister, Creates New Administrative Units 1

Last year, the Minister of Local Government Raphael Magyezi issued a circular to all District Chairpersons and Mayors informing them of a suspension of the creation of new administrative units in villages, parishes, sub-counties, divisions, municipalities, and districts.
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15:38

WHO Recommends One HPV Vaccine Dose for Girls, Two Doses for Older Women HPV vaccination

Globally, WHO figures show, between 2019 and 2021, coverage of the first dose of HPV vaccination fell by 25% to 15%. This means 3.5 million more girls missed out on HPV vaccination in 2021 compared to 2019.
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14:48

Bugema University are the Champions of East Africa University Football 2 1

A single second-half goal by Swaalaf Sebbale when he tapped in a corner by Denis Kumuli was enough to help Bugema University overcome a more resilient side in IUIU, which had a mixture of players from both the Mbale Main and Kampala campuses.
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Lamwo Leaders Complain Over Slow Works On Community Resource Center 1 1

The leaders have expressed concern over the slow pace of the work, which they say stands at only 35 percent, three months to the contract dateline. 
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Police Name Key Suspect in Wobulenzi Attack stolen guns 2 1

On Tuesday, the Flying Squad and detectives took Lubega back to the scenes of his alleged crimes and training ground at a sand quarry located at Lutembe village in Katikamu sub-county. It is alleged that Lubega told the operatives that he didn’t want to kill the guard but he refused to voluntarily surrender his arm.
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