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“SDA Church Members in Uganda are Disciplined” – Museveni

President Yoweri Museveni has said that the Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church members in Uganda are disciplined. He made the observation at State House, Entebbe on Friday when he received the visiting SDA Church World leader Pastor Dr. Ted Wilson his wife, Mrs. Nancy Wilson. The SDA Church leader is in Uganda

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Museveni Receives Interim Report on Land Issues’ Probe

President Yoweri Museveni has received an interim report from the Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters in Uganda. The Commission’s Chairperson, Justice Catherine Bamugemereire, handed over the report to the President during a meeting held on Thursday at Kawumu Presidential Demonstration Farm in Luweero District. The interim report constitutes an update to

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Police Reveals Names of Officers Shot Dead in Kawempe

Police Flying Squad has kicked off investigations to find the armed criminals that gunned down two police officers at Kawempe police Division in kampakla on Thursday night. According to Police spokesperson Emillian Kayima, the incident happened at around 8:00PM. “Armed criminals that are yet to be apprehended trailed, shot dead two of

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URA Donates to School for the Blind in Soroti

Uganda Revenue Authority has Thursday donated 100 mattresses to St Francis School for the Blind Madera in Soroti district. This corporate social responsibility initiative is in fulfilment of a promise URA made to the school during the awarding ceremony of the National Post Primary MDD festival in Mbarara last September. St Francis

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1 Dead, 4 Injured in Fatal Nebbi – Pakwach Road Accident

One person has been reported dead and four others injured in a fatal accident that occurred along Nebbi - Pakwach Road at Acwera bridge, Acwera village, Acwera Parish, Kwicwing sub county, Nebbi district on Wednesday. West Nile Regional Police Spokesperson Superintendent of Police Angucia Josephine said the accident involved a bus

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Archbishop Ntagali: The Church Won’t Stay Away from Politics

Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali has said the Church will not stay away from leadership and religious matters. Ntagali made the remarks while leading Ash Wednesday prayers at Parliament on Wednesday when he said that matters of leadership and politics cannot be left to only elected leaders. He noted

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Kayihura Appoints New Human Resource Director in Police Reshuffle

Police chief Gen Kale Kayihura has appointed AIGP Haruna Isabirye Director of Human Resource and Development in a mini-reshuffle. AIGP Isabirye has been working the Directorate of Welfare and Production. He replaces SCP Felix Ndyomugyenyi, who has been the acting Human Resource and Development director. Two other officers AIGP Lemmy Twinomugisha and SP

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“Stop Delaying Development Work” – Museveni Warns Technocrats

President Yoweri Museveni has warned government technocrats against delaying developmental projects. He made the remarks on Tuesday after touring the 2.5 square mile Liao Shen Namukenkera Industrial Park in Kapeeka, Nakaseke district. President Museveni observed that due to lack of exposure, some government officials make slow decisions about development projects while others delay

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Serene Suites Hotel Mutundwe on the Spot Over ‘Racist’ Job Advert

Serene Suites Hotel is on the spot over a ‘racist’ job advert published on Monday 12th February in the New Vision newspaper. In the job advert, the hotel located in Mutundwe, a Kampala surburb, indicated that it was looking for only white and Indian applicants for its Hotel Manager and Restaurant

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Kitatta, Others Charged Afresh at Court Martial, Remanded to Luzira

Boda Boda 2010 leader Abdallah Kitatta and 10 others have Tuesday been slapped with fresh charges at  the General Court Martial. Kitatta and his co-accused, who appeared before the General Court Martial chaired by Lt Gen. Andrew Guti, were charged with a number of offences related to unlawful possession of military

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