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Joe Jackson, father of Michael Jackson, dies at 89

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Women in quest to stop serving cooked millet to land grabbers

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Uganda Peoples Congress strong woman, Jenipher Night Kulabako has been eulogized, by every mourners, all of whom applauded her efforts to the party. UPC former President Maria K. Obote (m) pays respect to Night. Night, who passed on from Mengo Hospital early this week, was a member of UPC disciplinary committee. UPC President Jimmy Akena …

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Uganda Parliament Speaker, Rt. Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga is battling for her life following admission to health facility on Thursday. Kadaga, now admitted at Nakasero Hospital in Kampala and put in Intensive Care Unit, according to various reports, is closely being monitored by doctors. Her office issued a press statement on Friday. In a press …

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By Komakech Jimmy Details have emerged as to why the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) suspended the operations of Bukona Agro Processors in Nwoya district. The business halt, follows numerous complaints by residents about contamination of River Ayago, where wastes from the plant was flowing. A team from NEMA Lira regional office confirmed that the …

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By Acayo R. Hope & David Okema Hundreds of students who turned up for mentorship program organized by National Social Security Fund (NSSF) at Gulu University Main Campus early this week have applauded the organizers, arguing that those were the career guidance that most students lacked. The mentorship that took place at the University Main …

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By Norine Lamwaka A fuso lorry registration number UAU 206Y – white and blue in colour which was being driven by one Wokorach Phillip, 35, a resident of Pandwong division, East Ward ‘B’, Kitgum Municipality lost control and over turned leading to the injury of 35 people. The vehicle was carrying market vendors, it happened day …

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By Komakech Jimmy During the conclusion of a five-day trip to Uganda, United Nation High Commission for Refugees, the Refugee Agency’s Deputy High Commissioner, Kelly T. Clements expressed appreciation to Uganda for its open door policy to refugees. Clements hopes for more global solidarity from the Ugandan people who currently hosting more than 1.2 million …

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Over 20 motorcycles have been stolen from Gulu in a period of month, Police say.  Wokorach Simon, the enforchment officer – Gulu Boda Boda Association in an interview with our reporter confirmed that this year, 12/2/2019 to 12/3/2019, his office have recorded more than 20 motor bikes that have already been stolen from boda boda …

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By Komakech Jimmy Pregnant and breastfeeding women will be given the experimental Ebola vaccine, making a U-turn in World Health Organization’s (WHO) policy. A meeting of the WHO’s expert vaccine advisory group reversed a previous decision to deny pregnant women the vaccine because there was not enough evidence of its safety. Reluctance to offer the …

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By Jimmy Komakech Madira Kefa a public health officer at Uganda’s Ministry of Health said the training is to prepare Uganda as a country in response to current Ebola outbreak in the neighbouring DR Congo. Kefa added that there are ‘so many people crossing the border from Congo and entering into Uganda’ which needs them …

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By Komakech Jimmy Northern Uganda’s districts of Gulu and Omoro have registered higher cases of defilement within the region. This is according to Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS) and Police’s Child and Family Protection Unit (CFPU). The report reveals that children between the ages of 12-17 are the most defiled. The recent report put …

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