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Andrew Nakhaboya

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15:33
15:33

Theatre Building Lies Idle for Lack of Equipment Ministry of Health 1

The theater which was constructed in 2019 has since lain idle due to lack of funds to buy equipment to be used for operations. It is estimated that over 500 million shillings is needed to buy the equipment
17:33
17:33

Only Three Candidates Turn out for UACE in Bukalasi S.S 1

Bukalasi Secondary School registered 10 candidates for UACE, only boys but only 2 sat for History paper and one Mathematics making a total of three candidates.
15:17
15:17

Gov't Declines to Gazette Bamasaba Cultural Leader 1

In October, Jude Mike Mudoma was elected as the Umukuka III by a faction led by the embattled speaker of Inzu Ya Masaba, Nelson Wedaira. In March, members of the cultural council elected John Amram Wagabyalile.
14:35
14:35

Nabweya Health Center II Grappling With High Cases of Teenage Pregnancies

Mike Kigai, the in-charge Nabweya health Centre II attributes the high cases of teenage pregnancies to the laxity by parents to counsel their children. He says parents have turned their children into the business, something that has promoted teenage pregnancies in the area.
12:38
12:38

Bududa Farmers Stranded, Wait for OWC Seeds to Start Planting

Farmers say a few of them who have managed to plant suffered the high prices of the seeds which have shot during this planting season.
11:57
11:57

Bududa Anglicans Eulogize Archbishop Lwanga for Opposing Abductions, other Wrongs 1

Ronald Wambete, a Christian, said they are going to miss a true man of God who was firm and opposed all kinds of kidnaps, killings and other forms of bad acts which were evident in the country during and after the recent presidential elections.
17:12
17:12

Dwindled Local Revenue Constrains Council Sittings in Bududa Local Government

This is because since the introduction of five town councils of Bududa, Bushigayi Nangako, Kikholo, and Kuushu which are semi-autonomous, revenue from their markets is now retained to run their town activities.