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Church Must Speak 'Confidently and Courageously’ On Science in Changing World

The Bishop of Oxford, Steven Croft, told bishops from 165 countries gathered at the Lambeth Conference that the world will see the ‘greatest changes in science and technology ever seen in human history over the coming decades.
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02:36

UMSC General Assembly Sets Term Limits for Office of the Mufti 10 1

The Mufti is the highest-ranking position in the country's Muslim leadership, and over the years, there have been calls for term limits for whoever holds the position.
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11:44

Police Deployed Heavily At Old Kampala Mosque 1 3

The 230-member General Assembly, which is the top decision-making organ of UMSC, is expected to among other things adopt the new constitution and also release a new roadmap for the election of new Muslim leaders.
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13:45

Copy and Paste Medical School Curriculum Worries Experts Makerere University 4 1

Prof. Joel Okullo, the Chairman of the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners Council that regulates medical practice told scientists attending a symposium organized as part of the events to celebrate 100 years of Makerere University that medical school is using a cut and paste curriculum with little focus on public health.
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Fake Wedding Raises UGX 10 Million for Childhood Cancers 2 1 Top story

On May 27, Karungi donned a while satin body-hugging dress accentuated with Kitenge and walked towards her friend, Moses Echodu. Their aim was not to live 'happily ever after' but rather to raise at least Shillings 5million so that children suffering from cancer and be able to access life-saving treatment.
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64 Arrested Over Theft at Namugongo Catholic Martyrs Shrine 2 2

Apart from cases of stealing clothes, wallets, and luggage, Owoyesigyire explained that they had also recorded crimes related to phone theft, assault, and motor vehicle theft.
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Pictorial: Martyrs Day Celebrations Top story

Since the martyrs’ day anniversary takes almost two weeks as pilgrims trickle in from all walks of life, business people also throng the area with all sorts of business.
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15 Pilgrims Rushed to Mulago Hospital with Severe Malaria, Diarrhoea hypertension 3 1

According to Piyota, the medical tests conducted on the pilgrims show that they contracted malaria during their long trek to Namungongo and didn't bother to get treatment, which weakened their bodies.
12:35
12:35

Tears, Screams Engulf As Pilgrims Receive Treatment At Namugongo 1 1

According to information obtained by our reporters, the majority of the pilgrims were dehydrated while those above 40 years of age were treated for diabetes and hypertension.
12:14
12:14

Theft of Clothes, Money Tops Crimes at Namugongo Martyrs Shrines 1 2

Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, said police have intensified operations within the catholic shrines since the numbers are increasing every minute compared to yesterday.
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12:52

Martyrs’ Day Celebration: Police Lists Prohibited Items 2 2

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga and the Kira Division Police Commander, Abbas Senyonjo, which has jurisdiction over the shrines, have advised the pilgrims to leave behind items such as knives, metallic flasks, metallic containers, drones, personal cameras, and pepper sprays.
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Children Skip School, Trek to Namugongo to Pray for Wisdom 4 1 Top story

According to the Ministry of Education and Sports school calendar, all learners in different education institutions are supposed to be in school, trying to catch up after the closure of schools for two years due to COVID-19. The only day schools are supposed to be closed in this week is on Friday to commemorate Martyrs' day
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Pictorial: The Munyonyo-Kampala Martyrs Walk and Run Top story

On Saturday, Rt. Rev. Robert Muhiirwa, the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Portal, flagged off the pilgrims from Uganda Martyrs Minor Basilica in Munyonyo. The Minister for Tourism, Wildlife, and Antiquities Tom Butime was among the pilgrims.
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15:54

Mufti Mubaje Calls for Support to Develop Islamic Call University 1 3

In his speech delivered by the deputy Mufti Sheikh Abdallah Semmambo during the second graduation ceremony of the Islamic Call University College, Sheikh Mubaje said it is local support, both financial and spiritual that has seen the University grow and embrace students from all walks of life including the underprivileged who are awarded scholarships to be able to attain an education.
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14:08

Tabliq Muslim Sect Ready for Unity-Sheik Kamoga 9 1

During the Eid prayers held on Monday at Nakivubo Blue Playground, Kamoga emphasized the need to stop divisions among the Muslim community. He said that Muslims should respect their leaders and work together.
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Lawyer Mabirizi Wants Proceedings Against Pastor Bugingo Halted 4

In his application filed on April 20, Mabirizi wants Nakitende to ask Grade One Magistrate Stella Paculal Okwong to stop hearing proceedings against Bugingo and Makula. He says his application challenges proceedings starting from January 12.
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Uganda Is Ready for A Female Bishop- Archbishop Kaziimba 5 1 Top story

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, The Most Rev Dr Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu, reiterated the call during the Easter Sunday Service at All Saints’ Cathedral, Kampala as he was reflecting on the role of women in the Church.
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Pictorial: Easter Celebrations 2022 Top story

This is the first Easter celebration following the full reopening of the economy after the two-year lockdown triggered by the COVID-9 Pandemic.
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Court Orders Retrial of Ndeeba Church Land Ownership Case 1

The demolition of St Peter's church, which occurred in 2020 was the climax of a decades-long property wrangle between the Church of Uganda and the joint administrators of the estate of the late Evelyn Nachwa, a Buganda Kingdom Princess.
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