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Edward Eninu

Staff reporter District head District Head in Soroti, Uganda

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15:30
15:30

IGG Arrests Former Amuria District Speaker for Fraud pro igg ali munira 1

Charles Engoru Echemu, also former District Council Speaker in Amuria District was arrested on Thursday for causing financial loss to the government. Echemu is accused of refusing to refund 6.4 Million Shillings to Amuria District Local Government for salary that he received over and above his statutory entitlement.
12:29
12:29

Schools Create Safe Spaces for Pregnant, Breastfeeding Learners Soroti District 9 2

Charles Ondoki Torac, the Head Teacher of Holy Rosary Primary School in Gulu told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the school is welcoming all learners irrespective of their status. He says that so far the school has registered one Primary seven learner who came back with two children.
17:52
17:52

Back to School: Some Parents Want Learners to Skip Two Classes 7 1

Since the learners have spent nearly two years at home, some parents want them to skip two classes. On Monday, our reporter found parents at St Martin's primary school Mulago trying to convince the headteacher to allow her in a class of her choice.
11:39
11:39

Schools Dedicate First Week to Counselling for Learners Economic activities 7 2

Learners, across the country, are returning to school this week after 22 months of shutdowns which were effected as one of the measures to control the spread of COVID-19. Although some learners were studying online during the time, many others, especially in rural areas have not had any interaction with a teacher since the closure in March 2020.
09:07
09:07

New Entrants Overwhelm Public Schools 4 1

Jane Kyakuwa, the headteacher of Kitante Primary School, said that they had stopped admitting learners because they are filled up to capacity.
15:10
15:10

School Re-opening: High Turn Up of Learners Recorded in Kampala 12 1

As early as 6:30 am learners were seen on the streets of various towns in the country walking to schools. Schools have been closed since March 2020, following the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic.
12:46
12:46

Police Investigate Their Own Over Death of Suspects in Bukedea Bukedea district 1 1

The investigations follow a postmortem report from Mbale Regional Referral Hospital that indicated that Joseph Okwalinga alias Golola and Michael Ojakol died due injuries inflicted on them. The duo died in two separate incidents on January 1, 2022.