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Second Season Harvest Improves National Food Security fall armworm 1

Food supply is expected to be higher than the same time last year. Although staple food prices are expected to remain slightly above average, they will remain within levels that allow for near-normal food access.
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NRM: Age Limit Clause Was Smuggled into Constitution age limits 1 7 Top story

Appearing before the committee in the company of some members of the NRM Central Executive Committee CEC and National Executive Council NEC, Todwong stated that the Constituent Assembly CA agreed that age limits should not be imposed on persons seeking political office.
18:04
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Police Yet to Act on Remanded Officers joel aguma

Police Spokesperson, Asan Kasingye, until the officers are suspended, they are still deployed in their respective offices.
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Nwoya Farmers Mint Cash from Cassava Boom fall armworm 3 1

The increase in Cassava production in Nwoya, according to Ochaya is not accidental. He says this is part of the fruits of the Cassava ordinance passed by Nwoya district Local government in 2013.
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Kamya, Musisi Clash Over KCCA Councillors Pay jeniffer musisi 1

Kampala Minister Beti Kamya has demanded for a yes we can attitude from the Capital City Authority KCCA Executive Director, Jeniffer Musisi as the squabbles between the two officials continue.
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Kapelebyong MP to Use 'Age Limit Cash' to Buy Ox-Ploughs amuria

Kapyelebyong County MP Julius Ocen is using the shillings 29 million meant for age limit consultations to finance food security activities. Ocen, a member of opposition Uganda Peoples Congress UPC, has for the past one week been traversing his constituency consulting local people on the Constitutional Amendment No.2 Bill, 2017.
16:30
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Two More MPs Return ‘Age Limit' Cash winnie kiiza 3 1

Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Kasese Woman MP Winnie Kiiza and Roland Mugume Kaginda, who represents Rukungiri Municipality, returned 29 million Shillings each and handed it over to parliaments finance office in charge of refunds.
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WFP Begins Buying Grain From Small Holder Farmers small scale farmers 1

Miyuki Yamashita who represented the WFP Country Director, during the launch of the direct buying program at Nambalee Sub county headquarter, said WFP has been buying food through tenders, which has been very competitive for most farmer organizations since they require high volumes of grain.
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Panic As Police Searches Moroto Hospital Staff Quarters 1 1 Top story

Godfrey Mawa, the Administrator, Moroto Regional Referral Hospital, says they have lost a number of items including hospital beds, mattresses and chairs.
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UHRC: CMI Arrests An Indictment On Police 2 1 Top story

Meddie Mulumba, the Acting Chairman of Uganda Human Rights Commission, says the Police Force has in the past failed to act on the accusations of human rights violations.
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14:40

Gashumba's Lawyer Sues CMI, SIU

On Wednesday, the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence paraded the duo before the media. The Defense Ministry, Deputy Spokesperson Lt. Col. Deo Akiiki said the duo was picked up following a whistle blowers report indicating that they were trying to fleece an investor.
14:24
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Lukwago Protests Kyankwanzi Training councillors 1 2

Lukwagos protest stems from an October 31st letter addressed to the KCCA Executive Director, Jenifer Musisi by the Minister showing that the councilors have been admitted for a leadership program at Kyankwanzi that will run from November 12th to 19th this year.
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Commission Returns to Masaka Over Golf Course Land 3

Dr. Nakayi directed Ernest Katwesigye, the Commission Legal Officer and the Lead Investigator, Kenneth Awol to study the controversy thoroughly and report to the entire commission.
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PLE Starts Late in Kampala Schools uneb 1 3 Top story

David Ssegenddo, the Head teacher Buganda Road Primary School, says they received the examination papers a few minutes to the time set for examinations.
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Ugandans Urged To Stop Human Induced Climate Change iita 3 1

According to Mafabi, many Ugandans think it is the sole responsibility of government to fight climate change yet they are also to blame.
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Age Limit: Medics Ask for More Time to Make Submission 1 2

Dr. Ekwaro Obuku, the Chairperson Uganda Medical Association, says they have appointed a panel of seasoned experts to study the issue of old age and leadership before starting their position on the Constitutional Amendment No.2 Bill, 2017.
11:27
11:27

LDC Don to Head Mak Student's Disciplinary Committee makerere university 5 1

The Vice Chancellor Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe, said the establishment of the committee has been long overdue. He appealed to students to stop associating with criminals to taint the image of the university.
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Lay Leader Petitions Bishop Over Shrines 2 1

Ggaliwango says he decided to petition the Bishop after studying the behavior of the implicated Christians for some time. According to Ggaliwango, he tried to engage some of the Christians but they said the shrines belong to their family.
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Muntuyera Suspends 81 Students Over Age Limit Clashes age limits

According to Atuhaire, on Tuesday night senior four students assaulted their senior five colleagues leading to serious clashes. At least six students were injured in the clashes.and bigger.
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WFP: More Smaller Holder Farmers Supplying Improved Grain world food program 1 3

Rebecca Mukyala, a farmer under Nambale Farmers Organisation in Iganga district, says they came together as a group of 156 farmers and gathered 40 tons of maize for sale to WFP. She says initially they had challenges in regards to handling the produce due to pests, but with the good storage practices they succeeded.
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