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EAC Member States to Hold Joint Peacekeeping Training COVID-19 1

This FTX aims at fostering collective participation of EAC armed forces in tackling future threats to peace and stability within the region.
11:55
11:55

Delayed Funding Frustrating Research on Lake Victoria financial year 2 1

Each State is required to pay annual subscription fees of USD 485,000. The funds facilitate studies that guide countries on how best to preserve the different Lake Victoria species from extinction. The member states include Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Burundi.
11:00
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State of Health Centres in Buyende District Shocks MPs road 2 1

Beatrice Rwakamari, the Ntungamo woman MP says that the district is neighbouring Lake Kyoga but it lacks gazetted quarantine centres which make it hard for them to track down suspects.
16:34
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Museveni Visits Nalubale Dam head

Museveni who inspected the dam on Sunday praised the UPDF Engineering Brigade engineer for their efforts in ensuring that the floating island is cleared.
11:12
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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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CDF Calls for Joint Military Operations to End Instability Uganda 3 1

This years’ exercise has attracted 60 participants from the countries of Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi and Kenya, whereas first-timers, South Sudan presented 13 participants.
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Jinja ICU Dysfunctional Due to Lack of Batteries health 1

Aisha Lubega Aligawesa, the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Nursing at Jinja Regional Referral Hospital, says the unit has been dysfunctional for two years due to lack of batteries to power the solar unit that serves the ICU.
12:23
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Fire Guts 15 Houses in Jinja village 3 1

15 houses were destroyed by the fire which started at 3:00 am. It is alleged the fire was caused by a charcoal stove that was left burning throughout the night.
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Museveni Turns Down Youth Leaders Demands for UGX 3.4bn government 4 1

The over 342 youth leaders from different districts who had converged at Dams’ Water Stadium in Jinja on Wednesday asked Museveni to give them 10 million Shillings each to foot their lodge expenses and also reward them for their efforts in supporting the NRM government.
11:22
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Former State Research Bureau Director Rejected Gratuity Over Negative Publicity village 3 1 Top story

According to Itabuka, the media has labeled the Idi Amin government as a military regime and attributed several atrocities to all officers who served under the regime.
12:32
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USA Trains UPDF in Civil Military Operations team 2 1

The Officers are being equipped with skills in observance of human rights of children, women, journalists and other special groups during peace support operations both within and outside the country.
11:56
11:56

Busoga North Regional Traffic Officer Accused of Misconduct corruption 2 1

Bagiire says that a number of taxi drivers within Kamuli and Buyende districts have lodged complaints against Tweheyo whom they accuse of abetting corruption and manhandling them during arrests.
12:22
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Leaders Upbeat as MV Sigulu Launches onto L. Victoria government 4 1

The Uganda National Roads Authority is finalizing works on MV Sigulu, the largest ferry in Uganda so far, which will connect Namayingo district to the islands of Sigulu and Dolwe. The ferry constructed by a Danish Johs Gram Hanssen –JGH Marine has a capacity to carry 300 passengers, and close to 20 vehicles. It can move at a speed of 14 kilometres per hour.
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Embassy Website Displays Dead Minister as Part of Cabinet member 1 Top story

The official website of the Ugandan Embassy in Brussels still displays Maria Mutagamba as minister for Tourism, more than two years after she died.
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Justice Tabaro to Head Mak Staff Appeals Tribunal education 2

Justice Tabaro will serve for the next four years and replaces George Omunyokol whose term of ended in March.
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Iganga Councillor, 10 others Arrested over Road Protest people 1 1

Bamu is accused of leading a group of youth to storm the streets of Iganga town in protest of the poor state of roads, without following the provisions of the public order management act.
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Two Arrested For Masquerading As State House Staff government 1 1

It is alleged that the suspects have been soliciting money from head teachers of different schools with promises of earning them promotions.
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Police Handwriting Expert Testifies in Mak Gold Case Makerere University 1 6

Appearing before Beatrice Kainza, the City Hall Grade One Magistrate on Tuesday, Chelangat, who is also the last state witness said she had found significant similarities in the signatures on documents the accused used for receipting the money and their statements.
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Scholars Concerned over Uganda's Aid from China state 3 3

Dr. Giuliano, who is also an Assistant Professor at the American University of Beirut, observes that where China has lent extensively, it has gone ahead to attach some of their national assets in order to recover its invested money.
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Gov't Using Pentecostalism, Gambling To Address Youth Challenges –Researchers Makerere University 1 1

Researchers have criticized president Museveni government for hiding under Pentecostalism, gambling and leisure as a quick way to escape its responsibility of providing for the population and largely to the youth.
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