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IGAD Leaders Urged to Tolerate Criticism 4 1

The Minister for Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees Hillary Onek says that a number of regional leaders have become intolerant to criticism and divergent views, a key reason why their countries are riddled with conflicts.
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Appointments Board Reinstates Suspended Mak Association Leaders 1 Top story

The duo through their lawyer, lawyer, Isaac Ssemakadde asked for temporary relief including lifting their suspensions pending the hearing and determination of their matter on March 31st.
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Security Intercepts SPLA Soldier in Lamwo 2 1 Top story

UPDF soldiers attached to Bana Bana military detach in Madiopei sub-county in Lamwo district intercepted Lance Corporal, James Onyango on Saturday last week.
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Kotido’s Napumpum Police Station Closed over Poor Facilities 1 1

The station did not have working space for officers and was operating without police cells. Suspects held by the police were instead detained in a nearby market stall. Female, male and juvenile suspects were all muddled in one stall, prompting an uproar from the suspects, residents, and human rights activists.

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Pictorial: NRM MPs Depart for Kyankwanzi Retreat

President Yoweri Museveni is scheduled to officially open the retreat on Thursday under the theme; “Industrialization for Job Creation and Shared Prosperity.”

Business and finance

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Power Consumption Increased by 9 Percent in 2018 - Umeme 3 1

Umeme’s Managing Director Selestino Babungi says the increase was largely driven by industrial consumers. According to Babungi, the industrial sector that consumes almost 70 per cent of electricity recorded an average growth of 12 per cent during the year, supported by the underlying positive economic fundamentals in Uganda and the East African region.
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DP Assumes IPOD Leadership 3 1

Democratic Party will be steering IPOD activities for the next six months. Top on its agenda will be IPOD summit slated for May 15th 2019. The summit is a meeting of leaders of political parties represented in IPOD.
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07:25

State House Field Officers Suspended Over Missing Piglets 1

Shilaku suspended the trio following a directive from State House to investigate circumstances surrounding the disappearance of piglets that were meant to be distributed in Kityerera town council.
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MTN Advertises Positions of Deported Staff

Italian national, Elsa Mussolini was General Manager-Mobile Financial Services, French national Olivier Prentout was Chief Marketing Office and Annie Bilenge-Tabura, a Rwandan was General Manager-Sales and Distribution.