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Feb 2022 17 results
22:32
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CCTV Cameras Capture Thugs Trailing Bank Clients 1 1

Police’s Acting director for Information Communication Technology (ICT), Yusuf Ssewanyana’s released CCTV footage shows the gang has a Boda-boda rider who stages outside banks or sometimes forex bureaus purposely to alert his group on who seems to have withdrawn huge amounts of money.
20:58
20:58

No Workable Solution Yet for Ugandans In Ukraine - Govt 1

The UN's High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, says over 500,000 people have fled Ukraine since last week when the invasion started.
18:32
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Nixon Agasirwe Seeks Bail Citing Severe Hypertension Gen Kale Kayihura 1

Agasirwe wants to be released from Makindye Military barracks where he has been on remand for more than years such that he can go and seek specialized medical treatment.
18:04
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Police Cite Electricity in Bwaise School Fire 1 4

Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire has told Journalists that the clues investigators have so far gathered from the scene indicate that electricity sparks occurred before the fire outbreak in the dormitories.
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17:42

University Fight To End Sexual Harassment Sparks Debate on Dresscode Kyambogo University 9 1

Joab Agaba, a lecturer and a Principal Investigator on the vice under the Gender Main Streaming Directorate at Makerere university sparked debate when he said that he had a bad experience with a female student he found to have dressed inappropriately during a lecture.
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Learner's Opinion Neglected as Schools, Parents Force Them to Register for Final Examinations 1 4

A month later, school administrators have been calling her parents, saying that this learner can register in senior four. When our reporter asked her if she wanted to sit for the examinations, she was indecisive.
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16:42

Zaake, Lawyers Question Jurisdiction of House Rules Committee MP Francis Zaake 1 6

Zaake appeared before the Rules Committee together with his lawyers Eron Kiiza and Benjamin Katana on Monday. He challenged the jurisdiction of the committee to investigate matters that allegedly happened outside the precincts of parliament.
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Court Martial Grants Bail to Businessman Accused of Possessing a Bullet Musa Ssekaana 1 2

Prosecution tried to object that investigations into the charges against Bazibu are ongoing and if released, there's a likelihood that he will interfere with investigations.
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Mulago spent UGX 21m on Separating Twins that Shared a Liver siamese twins 3 5

Dr Rosemary Byanyima, the hospital Deputy Executive Director told URN this morning that in the just-concluded surgery where they had to separate conjoined twins that shared a liver, the hospital had to spend up to about 21 million Shillings.
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Brave Nurse Disarms Armed Robbers in Kasokoso Fred Enanga 1 1

Enanga explains that in the private room, the two assailants ordered the 65-year-old nurse to give them all the money she had before one of them pulled the gun out of the overcoat he was putting on.
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Petrol Bomb Trial of 32 NUP Supporters Flops over Absence of Suspects Kakooza Muhydin 1 2

The lawyers representing suspects Abdullah Kiwanuka and George Musisi informed Court that they had not been served with the evidence the Prosecutors want to rely on for trial. Court has also heard that the Defense lawyers had express instructions to proceed with hearing of the case in the absence of the two other suspects.
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Staff, Equipment Shortage Costs Heart Institute UGX2.4 billion Surgery Campaign Ministry of Health 2

The Uganda Heart Institute could not carry out 100 surgeries under a Rotary District 9213 campaign due to the lack of human resources and hospital equipment. The entire campaign is projected to cost at least 2.4 billion to cater for the surgeries of the children, accommodation and airfare. With several funding gaps, the money that will be spent in India could have helped the institute a long way
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How Anti-Oulanyah Protest in Seattle Fueled Mao-NUP Twitter War 3

Responding to Mao, Joel Sennyonyi, the Spokesperson of the NUP says Mao seems to be excited after the first son Muhoozi Kainerugaba showered him with praises on Twitter, describing him as one opposition politician with presidential skills. He also quipped tongue in cheek that in the past fortnight, Mao seems to have tweeted more times than the votes he obtianed in the past presidential elections.
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10:55

Bilal Islamic Schools Releases Senior One, Two Students 2

Aisha Nakanjako, one of the parents with two children, one in senior one and another in senior two, says all her children's properties were destroyed. She says that she had paid half of the school fees and requirements and now doesn't know where she will get more money to buy the requirements.
09:10
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Study Reveals Young Women Adhere to HIV Prevention Methods they Choose

The findings, which are part of the Reversing the Epidemic in Africa with Choices in HIV prevention (REACH) study, tested adherence to HIV prevention methods among girls aged 16 and 21 years of age. The study took place at four study sites in Uganda, Zimbabwe and Kenya.
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08:07

Schools Overloading Learners with Content to Recover Lost Time 5 1

Learners lost substantial instructional time owing to the abrupt school closures that started in March 2020, until January 2022, making this the longest school closure across the world.
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Uganda Showcases Barkcloth, Ankole Long-Horned Cattle in US Museum 1 Top story

The event dubbed “Bark-cloth to the Roots” was organized by the Ugandan Embassy in Washington to put a spotlight on the oldest known African textile taken from a Mutuba tree. The exhibition was part of the commemorations for February-Black History Month, which is marked to honour African Americans and raise awareness of Black history.
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