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19:38
19:38

19-Year-Old Picks Presidential Nomination Papers From EC 4 6

Hillary Humphrey Kaweesa, in Senior Six vacation, is a former student from Mengo Senior School.
18:52
18:52

Wake Up and Beat Poverty- Museveni Tells Ugandan Youths 4 1

He said that the youth are sleeping, while the few who are partially awake, are involved in subsistence production, only focussing on survival.
18:39
18:39

Police Cyber Team Probes Loan Scam Affecting Over 6,700 People 1

The Criminal Investigations Directorate –CID learnt about the scam after dozens of police officers and over 500 teachers complained that they were being forced to service loans they didn’t borrow.
18:24
18:24

Uganda Officially Joins Extractive Transparency Body EITI 1

EITI requires Uganda to publicly disclose information such as contracts, beneficial owners, revenues, and payments, including payments related to the environment. These disclosures can in turn promote public oversight and debate. Uganda is expected to make the first disclosures within 18 months after joining.
18:00
18:00

UNOC Ships in 6 Million Litres of Fuel Via Lake Victoria 2 1

Peter Muliisa, the head of legal and corporate affairs at UNOC, said the company, which runs the business arm of government in the oil and gas sector, shipped in six million litres through Lake Victoria in the last one month. Each route carried one million litres of fuel.
17:57
17:57

Poor Documentation, Greed Threatens Church Land Countrywide- Bishops 1 5 Top story

The Church in question was demolished on Sunday night after a suit by the joint administrators of the estate of late Evelyn Nachwa, a Buganda Kingdom princess. The administrators accused the Church of fraudulently being registered on their land title.
15:21
15:21

MPs Disagree With Removal of Army Representatives from Parliament 1

The army is among the special interest groups currently represented in Parliament. The others are youth, workers and persons with disabilities.
13:54
13:54

Bishop Katumba to Abandon Colored Cassock in Protest of Church Demolition 1 1

The Bishop announced this during a visit to Ndeeba, the site of the Church which was reduced to debris on Sunday night, bringing to the fore an ownership dispute pitting the administrators of the estate of the late Evelyn Nachwa, a Buganda Kingdom Princess and Church of Uganda.
12:43
12:43

Ugandan Voted to Lead International Cancer Organization childhood cancers 1 2

She told URN in an interview that her focus at the global body will be highlighting key issues that are unique to Africa which are deterring many children from surviving from cancer. While in many western countries, survival from children cancer is to the highs of 80%, the World Health Organization has set an overall objective to improve survival from all cancers affecting children to 60% by 2030 but Balagadde says in some parts of Africa, survival goes to as low as 10%.
06:13
06:13

Oulanyah Seeks Museveni’s Affirmation For CEC Position NRM 3 1

Oulanyah also told the President and the party members that despite suffering insults for implementing the NRM’s party ideology, he has remained steadfast and is working to bridge the disconnect between CEC and the lower cadres of the party.
05:52
05:52

Higher Manganese Levels Linked to Low Preeclampsia Risk

With these findings which come at a time of increasing rates of preeclampsia coupled with not many options for treatment especially in low-income countries, the researchers suggest a possibility that boosting manganese levels in women before and during pregnancy could potentially reduce the preeclampsia risk.
04:52
04:52

COVID-19 Pandemic Shocks a Threat to the Entire Generation -ILO

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, more than 70 per cent of students have been shut out of schools, universities and training centres. But many of them are struggling to cope with the circumstances outside school, citing the transition from the classroom to online and distance learning, during the lockdown.
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