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Nkangi Was Kabaka's Ardent Advisor – Mayiga buganda kingdom 4 2 Top story

When Mutesa died in exile in November 1969, Nkangi together with the then Crown Prince, now Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II, performed the succession rituals which are expected of a crown prince within the norms of Buganda Kingdom.
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UN Women Peace Keepers Urged to Embrace Peace 3

Speaking at the opening of the training, Sam Leal, the programs manager of the New York based United Nations Signals Academy UNSA, said only 7 of personnel trained by the UN Signals Academy have been women.
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VHTs Abandon Work Over Poor Facilitation ministry of health 2

James Ojilong, another VHT member in Gweri Sub County says they were paid Shillings 70,000 recently for the work they did during the mass meningitis immunisation campaign. Ojilong equally wants government to formally employ them and pay them Shillings 150,000 each month like any other civil servant.
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Adjumani Police Intercepts South Sudanese Students

The students, mainly from Kajo Keji County in South Sudan, were heading to South Sudan reportedly to sit for their Ordinary Level examinations which are set to start today across South Sudan.
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Vendors Miss Out On Space In Temporary Arua Market market vendors 2

Ismail Jogo, one of the vendors who missed getting a plot at the new site following late arrival, said he would erect his shop by the roadside. He says when they were registered, the Arua Municipal Council officials said they would all be allocated temporary places to shift. He now wonders why many people have been left out and where they will be transferred.
16:19
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Women Ask Government to Banish Hand Hoe uganda debt network 2 1

The activist at a press conference in Kampala said rural women that make over 70 percent of the farmers in the country are bearing the brunt of the hand-held hoe. They say the women plant seeds by hand, weed by hand and harvest by hand.
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West Buganda Diocese Church House Stalls church plaza 1 1

The project was valued at 2.5 billion Shillings. West Buganda Diocese agreed to sell off Ntusi Diocesan Ranch in Sembabule district at about 2.5 billion shillings to generate the required money. Now, West Buganda diocese has started fundraising to resume work on the project. The cost has since increased to 13 billion shillings.
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Rwenzururu Prime Minister Applies for Bail kasese unrest 1

Appearing before Justice, Eva Luswata this afternoon, Thembo argued that it is his constitutional right to bail, adding that he will not interfere with the investigations once he is released.
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KCCA Plans Libraries, Book Bank for City Schools dear day uganda 2

KCCA Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi Semakula announced the development while unveiling two weeks of reading to mark the international Drop Everything and Read D.E.A.R day celebrations.
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15:19

UPDF Vaccinates 30, 000 Against Hepatitis B in Lango 2

5, 388 people were tested in Lira district alone. 405 were found positive. In Oyam 377 of the 5, 690 people tested were positive. In Kole, 2, 107 were tested and 176 were found positive meanwhile in Amolatar district, 3, 038 were tested and 316 were found positive.
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Conservative Party Mourns Mayanja Nkangi 2

The late Jehoash Mayanja-Nkangi served as a leader of the Conservative Party for over 25 years and was replaced in 2005 by Ken Lukyamuzi, the then Rubaga South Member of Parliament. At the time of his death, Mayanja-Nkangi was a patron of the Conservative Party.
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Polluted Environments Kill 1.7 Million Children Each Year indoor pollution 1

WHO Director-General Dr Margaret Chan says such harmful exposures often start in the mothers womb increasing the risk of premature birth, an increased risk of pneumonia in childhood, and a lifelong risk of chronic respiratory diseases, such as asthma, heart disease, stroke and cancer.
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Uganda Clays Finally Posts Profits 1

The rise in losses was attributed to operational expenses arising from the use of heavy fuel oil furnace to dry the clay products at the less productive Kamonkoli factory. Its share value also kept dropping at the stock exchange.
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Rwenzururu Prime Minister Transfered to Luzira mumbere arrested

Prosecution alleges that the Rwenzururu King, his guards and others still at large, between the month of March and November 2016 in different places within Kasese and Kabarole districts, allegedly planned to overthrow a lawfully established government by force of arms.
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10:38

10 Goats, 2 Cows Poisoned to Death

Vincent Kissa, the Kamu Sub county LC III chairperson, says the animals were poisoned to death in two separate incidents.
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Former Minister Jehoash Mayanja Nkangi is Dead 3 1 Top story

The soft-spoken lawyer served as a Member of Parliament, Minister in several regimes and former chairperson of the Uganda Land Commission. He was the Katikkiro of Buganda when the Obote I government attacked Mengo palace and exiled Kabaka Edward Mutesa in May 1966.
10:08
10:08

River Kaya Bridge Construction Stalls

Bernard Ayimani, the Yumbe District Engineer, says the delayed completion of the bridge is endangering the lives of many people. Ayimani says many people have drowned in the river while trying to cross using risky methods. Currently many refugees attempt to cross to Uganda using the spot where the bridge is being constructed.
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Tibet Hima Mining Company Moves to Evict 600 People 1

Lazeri Mbindulhe, one of the encroachers, says she has occupied the disputed land for more than 25 years. Lazeri acknowledges that fact that the land belongs to Tibet Hima Company she is skeptical that he will give it up without compensation.
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Deputy Mufti to Muslims: We Have Been Embarrassed for Too Long kampala uganda 4 1

According to Sheikh Ssemambo, Muslims are brothers who shouldnt be fighting, saying there is no more need for Muslims in the country to fight each other.
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Access Vital to Prevent Spread of S. Sudan Famine - Relief Chief south sudan crisis 1

The United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen OBrien warned that the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan is rapidly escalating, and hunger and malnutrition have reached new disturbing levels. People are now surviving on water lilies.
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