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Pictorial: Martyrs Day Celebrations pilgrims

The day is commemorated every year in honor of the martyrdom of 45 young men who converted to Christianity between 1885 and 1887. The conversions annoyed the then King of Buganda, Mwanga II who ordered that they are burnt to death.
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Government Pledges 16 Billion for Namugongo Shrines celebrations 1

Ssekandi says Government realizes the potential of tourism in Uganda.
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2016 Museveni Full Speech to Anglican Christians At Namugongo uganda martyrs 1

Today we celebrate Christian heroism of the Martyrs because they refused to disown God, preferring to die rather than deny their faith. The Uganda Martyrs are revered for their faith, their courage, and their counter cultural witness to Christ. It is believed that Uganda now has the largest percentage of professed Christians than any nation in Africa.
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Anglican Church Seeks Extra Ugx 4.6bn to Complete Museum uganda martyrs 1 2

Retired Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Mpalanyi Nkoyoyo who is spearheading the construction works noted that the church had so far spent 3.7billion Shillings on the Museum and required more money to complete its first phase.
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Archbishop of Canterbury to Visit Uganda 2 1

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Stanley Ntagali today said that the church is honored with an acceptance by Archbishop Justin Welby to grace the next Janani Luwum memorial celebrations in Mucwini, Kitgum.
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Christians Must Endure Persecution – Bishop 3 1

The 3rd of June is a memorable day in the lives of all Ugandans and for all denominations. It signifies a strong divine foundation on which Uganda is built, that became a reality as a result of the blood that was shed by the Uganda Martyrs, reads part of Musevenis speech
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Red Cross Treats Close to 2000 Pilgrims at Namugongo uganda martyrs 1 3

An unidentified woman was also rushed to Ziya Angelina Health Center in Namugongo, where she gave birth to a baby girl, after getting labour pains during mass at the Catholic shrines.
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Pilgrims Scramble for Holy Water at Namugongo 3rd june 1 3

Many pilgrims who fetch water from this lake have often given testimonies that it heals them of various ailments. As a norm, pilgrims scampered with jerrycans to get a share of the water after the days service. However, they were frustrated by a process that involves enduring long queues to the flowing pipes.
15:53
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Five Arrested for Smuggling Marijuana in Busia 1

Nahabwe told Uganda Radio Network that the suspects were arrested in an operation conducted by police following a tip off that the group was preparing to smuggle the drug to Kenya during the night.
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Family of Five Perishes as Vehicle Drowns in River Kacheera road accidents

The deceased are identified as George Magonde 70, his wife Faidi Kakibimba 61, together with their in-laws Kate Kyomugasho 35, Annet Kamazaare 41 and Betty Mwesigye 45. They were traveling from a colleagues wedding in Kyabazaala when the tragedy occurred.
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EAC Announces Budget Cuts Amid Financial Crunch

The new cost-cutting measures also direct that at least 25 percent of EAC meetings shall use video conferencing facilities. To that end the EAC shall invest in improving video-conferencing both at secretariat and partner states level, to accommodate as many meetings as possible, at the same time.
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Community Policing Hits Snag in Bundibugyo bakonzo 2

Charles Mwesige, a resident of Bubukwanga Sub County says that he is worried if community policing is not implemented, tensions are likely to flare up again. Mwesige explains that the two tribes still accuse each other of being at the center of the conflicts
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Bunyoro Kitara Diocese Parishioners Welcome New Bishop 2 1

Christians have welcomed his appointment saying he has played a pivotal role in the administration of the Diocese in his previous role as a Diocesan Secretary. Moses Asiimwe, one of the parishioners describes the new bishop as a hardworking and principled man of God.
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Attack at Human Right Awareness NGO an Internal Job - Report human rights

A preliminary police report says that the managers had refused police to view the entire CCTV footage. They also refused to share the footage with administrators of G4S security group which runs the companys security.
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Bishop Zziwa Cautions Believers against Deceit uganda matyrs 2

There are many evils like corruption, domestic violence, murder, discrimination, fraud, character assassination. We cant be witnesses of Christ in the world when out speeches are packed with lies, he preached in his sermon.
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10:57

Eskom Tests Emergency Flood Gates At Nalubaale and Kiira Dams water levels 5 2

Eskom Operations Manager Peter Tentena says that the nine flood gates can release up to one million cubic meters of water per second for every hour if let open at once. He however hastens to add that this cannot stop the production of electricity or affect the supply of water in Jinja and others parts.
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10:44

Pictorial: Matyrs day Celebrations Underway in Namugongo

The day is commemorated on June 3 every year in honor of the martyrdom of 45 young men who converted to Christianity between 1885 and 1887. The conversions annoyed the then King of Buganda, Mwanga II who ordered that they are burnt to death.
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10:38

Namugongo Mass Underway 1

The service is led by Venerable Isaac Membe Kijjambu from Luzira Archdeaconry together with Venerable Canon Jonathan Kisawuzi. The days sermon will be delivered by a visiting preacher; Rt Rev Samuel Chukwudi Ezeofor from Ogbaru-Nigeria.
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Police Hunts for Kibaale Crime Preventer Killers murder in kibaale

Nathan Karaki, the officer in charge of Kakumiro Police Station says Aharikundira was attacked and robbed by a group that intercepted him at Nyabarogo swamp at around 4pm on Wednesday June 1.
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Global Food markets on Stable Path - FAO food outlook

Dairy prices are projected to remain weak, while fish prices appear poised to remain contained due to a vibrant aquaculture production. Meat production in general is expected to be stable although poultry output - largely for export - is forecast to grow.
Jun 2016 26 results