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Minister Roots for Compulsory Antenatal Care Policy marternal deaths 2 3

The World Health Organisation recommends that pregnant women should have their first contact with skilled medical personnel in the first 12 weeks gestation, with subsequent contacts taking place at 20, 26, 30, 34, 36, 38 and 40 weeks gestation.
20:52
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High Court Dismisses Case Against Makerere University 1

On March 21st 2017, the Adhoc Committee of the Senate Admissions Committee of Makerere sat and subsequently recommended cancellation admissions of six students namely Halid Ssentamu, Wenceslaus Twinomujuni, Kizito Senkabirwa, Charles Atagwireho, Hilary Nuwamanya and Henry Kiyimba on grounds of using forged documents to get admitted.
20:49
20:49

Maj Iduuli Awarded UGX 700m for Erroneous Retirement attorney general 1 2

Maj. Iduuli, 43, joined UPDF in 1998 and served as a defence lawyer at the General Court Martial from 2014 to July 25, 2016. But he says that he was removed from the army without referring to either an instrument from the Commander in Chief or a message from the Chief of Defense Forces.
20:07
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New Wave of Killings Shakes Mbale Villages 2

The latest victims of the wave of killings are identified as Bashir Wandebe, a guard at Noor Islamic Institute and Tom Mudoma, whose bodies were recovered early today, dumped in separate places.
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Kitgum Vendors Want Elephant Sculpture Erected at New Market 1

The Acholi tribe honour and praise the African elephant for its size, longevity, stamina, mental faculties, cooperative spirit, and loyalty. It is also cultural heritage and demonstrates the identity of the Acholi people as an ethnic community.
19:38
19:38

UCU Student Reverses Guilty Plea in Pornography Trial lillian rukundo

Rukundo is accused of taking pictures and videos of her nakedness and circulating them on social media. She had pleaded guilty to the charges early this week and was due for sentencing this afternoon.
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Wampala Residents Reject New LC Chairman local election 2

In a statement presented to Resty Nanteza, the chairperson of Njeru Town Council, the residents alleged that Oboth connived with the Electoral Commission to rig elections. They argue that the headcount at the polling centre gave his opponent Moses Nkambo a landslide victory.
18:50
18:50

Masaza Appeals Tribunal Cancels Bulemeezi Win Against Ssese FC 1

In its petition, Ssese FC argued that the player Joshua Lubwama was illegally assigned to Bulemeezi in a game played at Kasana grounds in Luwero town council on June 30. The petitioners requested for the nullification of the Bulemeezi win. Sesse had lost the game 2-0 to Bulemeezi.
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Kasese Police Investigates Death of NRM Mobilizer 3

It is alleged that Januario Baghendaghe was beaten on Wednesday night after local council elections in Base Camp Cell, Central Division, Kasese Municipality.
18:29
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Farmers Federation: Mobile Money Tax Affecting Small Scale Farmers farm inputs 3 1

Speaking at the opening of the 26th agricultural and trade show in Jinja district on Friday, Kamuganga argues that mobile money is the easiest means of transaction for farmers when purchasing farm inputs.
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Gulu Market Vendors Deliver Relief Support to Displaced Apaa Residents apaa land wrangles 4 1

The 244 displaced persons arrived at the offices of High Commissioner for Human Rights UNHCR in Gulu Town on Wednesday, reportedly fleeing human rights violations, torture and destruction of livelihoods perpetrated by the Uganda peoples Defense forces - UPDF in the disputed area between Amuru and Adjumani district.
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Court Dismisses Pallisa Parliamentary Election Petition musa sekaana 2 1

Osupelem, a member of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change- FDC party filed an application on June 19, 2018, after the Electoral Commission nullified her nomination, saying the names on her nomination papers did not match those on her academic documents.
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Bobi Wine's Bodyguard Arrested for Theft of Handcuffs 1

Eddy Ssebufu alias Eddy Mutwe was on Friday arrested from Majestic Plaza by police after being tracked on his mobile phone.
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Kyambogo Academic Registrar Appointment Ruling Adjourned kyambogo university 1

In April, Dr Okello petitioned High Court seeking fresh recruitment for the position of Academic Registrar at Kyambogo University. This followed the appointment of Dr Annie Begumisa as the new University Academic Registrar.
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Human Rights Abuses Reduce in Karamoja Mining Sites tororo cement 2 1

The commission, in its May 2018 visit to different mining sites across the region notes that findings indicate that a lot has changed since their last visit in 2016.
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Constitutional Court Sets Date For Age Limit Judgement age limit petition 1 Top story

The Constitutional Amendment Bill No.2 of 2017, passed by parliament in September 2017, originated from a private members bill tabled by Igara West MP, Raphael Magyezi. Its amendment removed the upper age cap of 75 years and the lower age cap of 35 years for any citizen to contest for the highest office in the land.
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Land Probe Summons Onek Over Threats on Former Tooro Premier refugees 5 1 Top story

The Land Probe has summoned Eng. Hilary Onek, the Minister for Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees over threats and insults hauled at the former Tooro Kingdom Premier, Steven Irumba in regard to a 200 acre land feud.
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Opposition MPs Reject Armored Vehicles, Guards sharp shooters 1 6

Their reaction follows a presidential directive to the finance ministry to procure vehicles which will be used to guarantee the safety of legislators in the wake of wanton killings that have shaken the country over the last two years.
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SPLA Soldier Arrested for Shooting Colleagues

On Wednesday night, John Malang and Yori Atam were shot in Pageo, Magwi County, Imatong State, South Sudan. Malang, 37, sustained gunshots on the left thigh, while Atam, 33, sustained a fractured bone on the left leg.
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St Leo's College Suspends 18 Students over Strike aloysius rujumba 1

The Head master Aloysius Rujumba says that investigations carried out indicate that the students were the ringleaders of last months strike. Rujumba says that the suspended students will only return to school in October to sit for their O level exams.
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