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15:28
15:28

Over 3000 Technical Students to Undergo Patriotism Training technical colleges 1 1

Col Patrick Mwesigye, the Commission the National Secretariat for Patriotic Corps, says the annual training was initiated by the respective College principal with the aim of imparting a sense of national consciousness in the upcoming workforce.
13:29
13:29

Security Accused of Brutalizing Kasubi Residents article 102 2

Khalid Kibirige, a coffee dealer says he was walking to his work place when regular Police and crime preventers brutalized him in Kikoni-Kasubi valley this morning. He identified one of his tormenters as barbar in Kikoni.
17:41
17:41

Kayihura Cracks Down on Unauthorised Officers Speaking to Media kale kayihura 1

A month ago, Police Spokesperson, Asan Kasingye tried to enforce the directive, saying only authorised officers should speak to journalists. He said non authorized officers would have to get clearance and consult with the department of Public Relations
15:22
15:22

Gov't Urged on Rights Protection Without Discrimination kampala 1

Joseph Suna, the Executive Director Community Development Resource Network, says the cycle of poverty that the indigenous minorities are trapped in also results in lack of political representation at both the district and national levels.
14:27
14:27

UETCL Explains Nationwide Blackout utoda 1

A statement from Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited-UETCL shows that the power blackout occurred when ESKOM unsuccessfully tried to normalize power supply after maintenance works.
13:24
13:24

Five Crest Foam Workers Missing kampala 1 Top story

Martin Ochwo, an employee of Crest foam factory claims that, the five laborers were inside the stores loading mattresses for a Congolese businessman when the fire started.
11:53
11:53

Fire Breaks Out at Ntinda Crest Foam Factory kampala 1 Top story

Gerald Muhangi, the Crest Foam store manager says that they saw huge smoke from the stores and immediately started evacuating staff.
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