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The newly elected chairperson of Lango Parliamentary Group [LPG], Betty Amongi Akena has cough off fears that she could be compromised by the government she’s serving in relation to key underpinnings regarding Lango sub-region. Lango Parliamentary Group is a loose coalition that brings together Lango MPs across the political divide and Betty Amongi took over from …

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The political temperature in Kole South constituency is almost reaching boiling point even with roughly two years left to the 2021 elections after. This is after the emergence of “a money bag”, “new boy” Dean Denis Omedi Rwangkonte jumping into the political podium. Peter Ocen Akalo the current MP, a UPC – independent leaning beat …

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The World Bank simply defines a poor person as someone whose daily expense cannot surpass a dollar, and going by the current exchange rate, it means he or she has less than shillings 3,600 per day. A 2018 report on the poverty index in Uganda released by Uganda Bureau of Statistics – UBOS shows that more Ugandans are …

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It has now emerged that corruption in the procurement process is to blame for the shoddy work especially in constructions sector in Lira district. On Tuesday, directors of some of the construction companies accused Lira district officials of asking them for bribes whenever they respond to contract adverts by way of bidding. This was during …

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The Kwania County MP, Tony Ayo has awarded best pupils and teachers of 2018 Primary Leaving Examinations. This took place last week, Monday with the lawmaker calling on politicians in the new district to desist from political intrigue and build cohesion across all political divide. This he says will eradicate ignorance through promoting education. Kwania …

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  The northern Uganda district of Oyam is grappling with the burden of HIV/AIDS infections which is already above the national prevalence rate of 6%, the district health department has disclosed. According to Dr Thomas Malinga, the district health officer [DHO] Oyam, the district has seen increasing prevalence of HIV AIDS, a trend that could …

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Residents of Alebtong district and entire Lango sub-region will perhaps, and for the first time in their lives be treated to an open army court. This follows a decision by the army court to make the trial “open and public” after their own soldier allegedly killed, using a gun the “entire family” following a land …

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The managers of St Gracious Primary and Nursery school, a private school in Lira on Sunday met with parents whose pupils sat for 2018 Primary Leaving Examinations but had their results withheld by exam body – UNEB. Their results are among 40 others withheld by Uganda National Examinations Board – UNEB over some irregularities which …

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An official at the Health Ministry asked the public to be critical on non-communicable diseases which is becoming a huge threat to the country. Dr.Charles Olaro is the director incharrge clinical services at the Ministry of Health. He says whereas the country is grappling with the burden of HIV/AIDs and others like tuberculosis, there is …

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Plagued Dokolo District Police Commander has lashed at “his town dwellers” and accused them of frustrating police in fighting criminal gangs in the district, especially in the peri-urban areas. Jimton Aguta who is facing a call for resignation from the business community, vehemently denies being incompetent but instead, accuses the locals of denying police investigators …

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