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16:11
16:11

Priesthood Is Not a Money Making Venture - Bishop Ssemogerere 2

While preaching before the ordination, Bishop Ssemogerere who is also the ordinary of Kasaana-Luweero diocese beseech the ordained to liken their lives to Jesus Christ the Great Archpriest not use their vocations for material wealth and understand from the very start that priesthood is not a money making venture.
14:43
14:43

Judiciary Deploys 10 Recently Promoted, Appointed Judicial Officers Judicial Officers 1

The deployments will also see Senior Grade One Magistrate Happy Anne Kyomuhangi remain in Butaleja, Samuel Kagoda Ntende from Ibanda/Kiruhura to Mityana and Monica Amono from Bushenyi/Buhweju/Mitooma to Apac Magisterial area.
13:37
13:37

Museveni Appoints Former Chief Justice Katureebe as UMI Chancellor Bart katureebe 1

Katureebe’s successor Alfonse Owiny Dollo has always expressed criticism on how unfair it is for the government to allow their Supreme Court Judges to retire at the age of 70 years and then the retired judges are appointed to serve in similar capacities in other countries.
13:32
13:32

Private Teachers in Mbarara Struggling to Repay Bank Loans MOES 4 1

He says the 20 billion shillings’ relief the president promised the private teachers in June last year has not been released 17 months later despite the hard times they are going through.
12:57
12:57

Sinovac Vaccine to be Given to a Few Organised Groups WHO 1

According to health ministry officials, the available vaccines will be used to fully vaccinate 150,000 people who are in organized groups. Groups that are being targeting for to get the vaccine include; soldiers, persons working in organizations or those belonging to associations of persons with co-morbidities
12:23
12:23

Recurrent Violent Conflicts Delay Reopening of Apaa Health Centre II 4 1

Anthony Akol, the Kilak North Member of Parliament in Amuru district where the area is located, told URN on Friday that seven pregnant mothers and their unborn babies have lost their lives since last year due to inaccessibility of health services in the area.
12:09
12:09

NDA Arrests Illegal Drug Dealers in Eastern Uganda 3 1

Officials of NDA also impounded assorted drugs worth shillings 130 million from private pharmacies and clinics in the Eastern part of the country.
11:48
11:48

Pader NUSAF III Contractor Accused of Supplying Blind Cows to Beneficiaries 3

The Sub-County Chairperson said the seven blind cows were among the animals inspected by the office of the District Veterinary Officer before they were given to beneficiaries.
11:18
11:18

CECAFA Kagame Cup: Express FC battle Nyasa Big Bullets in final 1

The final to be witnessed by the CAF Secretary General Secretary, Veron Mosengo-Omba and other Member Association Presidents including FUFA’s Moses Hassim Magogo will take place at the Benjamin Mkapa Stadium.
10:42
10:42

Lyantonde Serial Child Trafficker Remanded

Rashidah Nagawa alias Saidat Nayebare, is said to be a member of a child trafficking racket operating in the Greater Masaka Region.
09:36
09:36

NMS to Digitally Track Patients Who Receive Drugs By 2024 6 4

Kamabare adds that the government has earmarked shillings 5 billion to set up a system to track all patients who visit the facilities and receive drugs. Kamabare says the government has earmarked shillings 5 billion to set up a system to track all patients who visit the facilities and receive drugs. The system will be rolled out in 2024.
08:40
08:40

Low Student Turn-Up as Health Training Institutions Re-open 2 1

However, as the first set of education institutes re-opened today, few students showed up. Uganda Radio Network visited a number of health teaching institutions and found that at many less than a quarter of the students had re-opened.
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