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Status of Gulu Remand Home Irks Leaders 1 2

Betty Aol Ocan, the Gulu City Woman Member of Parliament describes the state of the facility as pathetic. Aol, who visited the remand home on Monday and interacted with the inmates, wants the Ministry of Gender and Labour and Social Development to enhance funding for the facility.
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Pope Francis, Archbishop Welby in Africa to Meditate Peace 1 Top story

The aim of their trip is to mediate peace in areas plagued by violence, ethnic conflict, poverty, and humanitarian crisis, causing millions to seek refuge, suffer from hunger, and live in camps with little hope for improvement.
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Boy's Education Hangs In Balance Following Justice Aweri’s Death 7 2 Top story

Odia studies his primary at Akalo Comprehensive Nursery and Primary School on a bursary offered by the director.
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NWSC Set to Increase Water Supply in Kasese 3 1

Peter Ebwaat, the Manager NWSC Kasese branch says that there is increasing demand for water services in the municipality, which prompted the corporation to explore various ways to meet the demands. Ebwaat is hopeful that the new water pump station will produce about 3.5-3.6 million liters daily.

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Pictorial: National Team Prepares For World Cross Country Championships

The team under the watchful eyes of Coach Benjamin Njia is camping at Trinity Biblical Institute - Kapchorwa.

Business and finance

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Kenyan Minister's Visit Sparks Off Fresh Uganda Milk Trade Debate

"By flooding the market with cheap milk from Uganda, Williams Ruto think (sic) the action punishes the Uhuru Family!," Sen. Olekina wrote.
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Deposit Protection Fund Moves Closer to Instant Compensation of Account Holders 5

This is aimed at reducing the frustration that depositors suffer when their compensation delays at it happened in previous cases, adding that with time, they would want to start paying on the first day of closure, according to DPF.
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NGO, Gov’t Signs MOU on Sustainable Charcoal Production In North 5 2

The five years MOU that was signed Friday in Gulu City will see collaboration between the Ministry and Kijani Forestry in establishing a mechanism for the implementation of forestry and biomass conservation activities.
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Karamoja Elderly Demand Pay Rise to Deal with High Cost of Living karamoja sub region 2 2

Micheal Lokut, an elder in Lopukoi village Matany Town council Napak, says that although the program has improved his life, the high prices of food are costing him a lot of money, and yet there are other essential commodities needed in the family.

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