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Museveni Promotes Police Officer Who Fought Panga Wielding Murderer in Greater Masaka

President Yoweri Museveni, also Commander in Chief of the Defence Forces on Wednesday recognised and appreciated extra ordinary services of Cadet ASP Twinomugisha Steven and promoted him to the next rank of Superintendent of Police. Museveni was giving the 2018 State of the Nation Address at the Kampala Serena Hotel when

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Authorities Rescue 40 Ugandan Women from Human Traffickers in Thailand

Authorities in Thailand on Wednesday rescued over 40 Ugandan women from a human trafficking racket. The rescued were enroute to Asian countries of Brunei, Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam where they are used as slaves. The head of the Thailand Anti Trafficking in Persons Task Force (TATIP),

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Museveni Extends Bamugemereire Land Commission Tenure by 18 Months

President Yoweri Museveni has extended the tenure of the Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters led by Justice Catherine Bamugemereire by 18 months. The development was revealed by Justice Bamugemereire during Thursday’s session. This is the second time the commission's tenure is being extended after an addition of 6 months in November

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FULL LIST: Makerere Law Pre-Entry Exams 2018-2019 Results Released

The Makerere University Academic Registrar has released the results for the Bachelor of Laws Pre-Entry Examination 2018-2019 sat on Saturday, 14th April 2018. Candidates who scored 50% and above passed the examination. Those interested in admission to the Bachelor of Laws on Government Sponsorship must have indicated (applied for) Bachelor of Laws

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MAK Administrator Suspended Over Sexually Assaulting Student

Mr Kisuze Edward is an Assistant Senior Administrator in the Academic Registrar at Makerere Universiy has been suspended for sexually assaulting a female student recently. Kisuze is accused of sexually assaulting Njoroge Racheal, a Kenyan student who had gone to verify her transcript at the University. Njoroge told Police in a statement that

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Makerere Guild President Arrested as Students Hold Strike

Makerere University Guild President Papa Salim Were has been arrested by Police and whisked to an unknown destination following a bloody strike by University students on Monday morning. The students braved the Monday morning rain and staged a strike protesting against “unfair policies” being taken up by the University administration. The policies

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Airtel Contributes Shs 50M Towards this Year’s Kabaka’s Birthday Celebrations

As part of its five-year partnership with Buganda kingdom, Airtel Uganda has this morning handed over a contribution of UGX 50,000,000/- towards the birthday celebrations of the Kabaka of Buganda, Ssabasajja Ronald Muwenda Mutebi. The partnership with Buganda Kingdom supports four of its main annual activities including the Kabaka’s birthday celebrations,

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Record Breaking Numbers Turn Up For 2018 Airtel Kabaka Birthday Run

More than 40,000 brave runners braved the heavy rains to take part in the 2018 edition of the Airtel Kabaka birthday run that took place yesterday. This year’s run also celebrated 25 years of the Kabaka’s coronation anniversary. The runthat was flagged off at 7.00am by the Kabaka of Buganda; Ssabasajja Ronald

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Rwanda’s Economic Growth to Remain Steady – IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revealed that Rwanda’s economy will continue to grow in 2018-2019 to by 7.2%. The IMF Mission in Rwanda Chief, Laure Redifer announced this in a press conference in Kigali. She was speaking about Rwanda’s economic growth prospect after IMF staff completed discussions in the ninth review

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