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Emmanuel Kajubu

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Emmanuel Kajubu is proud to have been the first Ugandan journalist to write in depth pieces about the Tooro Kingdom institution. His knowledge of the inner workings of the Tooro Kingdom is what made him privy to the splits in the royal family. These splits almost challenged Tooro Omukama Oyo Nyimba Iguru's reign.

Culture, agriculture and the environment are just two areas of many of interest to Kajubu. As long as he has held a pen, Kajubu has also written about public policy, health and crime.

Kajubu is keen on impacting his society not just as a writer but also a trainer and mentor. Bundibugyo and Ntoroko districts fall under his docket. Kajubu has been a URN staff member since 2008.

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10:33
10:33

State Minister Charles Engola Shot Dead 1 Top story

Engola was shot dead on Tuesday morning by his bodyguard from his home in Kyanja.
15:10
15:10

Church of Uganda Elects New Bishops for North Kigezi, Mukono, North Karamoja Dioceses 1

He replaces the Rt. Rev. Benon Magezi, the Bishop of North Kigezi Diocese who died in 2021.
15:51
15:51

Pope Francis Bid Farewell to Benedict XVI Catholic Church 2 1

Speaking at the Requiem Mass on Thursday morning in St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis prayed that Benedict’s joy may now be complete as he contemplates the Lord face to face.
21:19
21:19

Queen Elizabeth II is Dead 1 Top story

"The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and the Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow," Buckingham Palace said in a statement.
10:42
10:42

Five Dead, Hundreds Displaced As Mudslides Hit Kasese

The landslides followed heavy rain that pounded the district on Tuesday night.
16:09
16:09

Peter Mwesige to Step Down As ACME Executive Director 1

According to a press release issued on Thursday by ACME’s board chair, Susan Nsibirwa Mwesige will be replaced by Dr. George W. Lugalambi.
11:52
11:52

UPDATE: 20 Killed in Link Bus Accident

The Traffic Police Spokesperson Faridah Nampiima, said that out of the 20, thirteen were adults and seven juveniles. The identities of the dead are yet to be established.