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16:19
16:19

Teenager Commits Suicide After Being Forced To Study home 2

Nalugada’s mother, Faridah Namukuve told journalists that her son returned home early and threatened to commit suicide under the watch of his other siblings, before fleeing to the surrounding gardens.
07:09
07:09

Former Agriculture Minister Matyansi Ngobi Dead Kamuli 1

Ngobi 97 passed away on Tuesday night from his home in Namulesa cell, Northern division, Jinja City.
19:17
19:17

Govt to Assess Neglected Practical Skills in Primary Schools primary education 5 1

State Minister for Primary Education Rose Mary Nansubuga Sseninde observes that the neglected learning areas were integrated into the curriculum with an objective of arousing the pupils creativity and free expression and to equip them with skills that would enable them to survive in the world after school.
18:12
18:12

Former Mufti Mukasa Laid To Rest country 1 Top story

Hajji Haruna Kasolo Kyeyune, the Microfinance State Minister who represented President, Yoweri Museveni described the late Sheikh Mukasa as a strong pillar that will be missed.
11:17
11:17

Former Interim Mufti Mukasa Dead administration 1 2 Top story

He was born to Hajj Adam Kasule at Kirugaruga Kakiri and Amina Namayanja in 1934 in the then Busiro County currently Wakiso district. He went to Kisekke and sons Primary School and Mende Kalema memorial School for his primary education.
12:43
12:43

Jinja Teachers Decry Lack of Scholastic Materials in Schools jinja schools 3

The problem is highly visible in rural schools where the school infrastructure and educational teaching materials are skill inadequate and poor. Some schools still have untrained teachers while the qualified teachers are not motivated enough to successfully implement the curriculum.
16:54
16:54

Kotido Parents Fail to Pay UGX 30,000 Boarding School Fee primary education 1

Parents of Lokitelebu Primary school in Kotido district have failed to send their children to a fully fledged boarding school saying they cannot afford 30,000 shillings for up-keep.
12:08
12:08

Fishing pulls Hoima Pupils Out of School primary education

More than half of the pupils enrolled at Kyapaloni primary school in Buseruka sub-county, Hoima district have abandoned school to engage in fishing activities. Selvarius Kabandole, the school head teacher says out of the 402 pupils who were enrolled this term, only 276 are still in school.
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