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18:15
18:15

Agago Residents Donate 140 Acres of Land for Education Project 5 7

Patongo Town Council Chairperson Joseph Komakech says that the residents of Akomo Central Parish donated 72 acres for the construction of a nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools. Similarly, the residents of Oporot Parish gave 68 acres of land, which will be used to establish a polytechnic institute.
15:52
15:52

Water Scarcity Hist Amudat District Hard 2

Dr. Patrick Sagaki the district health director Amudat said the district was likely to face trachoma again yet the ministry of health had managed it.
12:54
12:54

Turkana Traders Resume Business with Karamoja After Two Years' Insecurity

Mathew Ekai a trader in Lodwar the main town of Turkana said the deployment of UPDF at the border has given them confidence to resume crossing to Moroto to trade.
09:53
09:53

Public Marginalizing Cerebral Palsy Survivors 2 1

People with cerebral palsy can have problems swallowing and commonly have an eye muscle imbalance, in which the eyes don't focus on the same object. They also might have a reduced range of motion at various joints of their bodies due to muscle stiffness.

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17:45
17:45

Pictorial: Makerere Celebrates 100-Years Top story

President Yoweri Museveni presided over the event that was attended by Makerere Alumni from within Uganda and outside Uganda, cabinet ministers, members of parliament, UPDF officers, and Makerere staff among other dignitaries.

Business and finance

17:46
17:46

Govt is Not Broke-PS Ramathan Goobi Assures Ugandans Economy 1

Government agencies went without adequate funds for their projects in the first quarter of the financial year and many public servants were not fully paid by the end of the quarter. To the general public, the government was too broke to support its own budget.
14:07
14:07

BOU Fears Higher Inflation, Fuel Price Hikes Effect on Ugandans 4 1 Top story

The Deputy Governor of the Bank of Uganda Dr Michael Atingi-Ego says that for as long as inflation remained upward without an easing in the factors that influence it, it is only prudent that monetary tightening continues.
12:54
12:54

Turkana Traders Resume Business with Karamoja After Two Years' Insecurity

Mathew Ekai a trader in Lodwar the main town of Turkana said the deployment of UPDF at the border has given them confidence to resume crossing to Moroto to trade.
09:29
09:29

Sharp Slowdown Probable in World Trade Growth in 2023

The new forecast revises estimates published in April this year, just weeks after the start of the war in Ukraine. At the time, WTO economists had to rely on simulations for their projections, in the absence of hard data about the conflict's impact.

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