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It’s Still Hard To Allow Muslims Marry Non-Muslims - Sheikh Nsanja 2 1

Sheikh Nsanja suggests that given that it’s still hard to change some doctrines in the Muslim faith, the only option for living in harmony is embracing co-existence and respect for each denomination. He made the remarks Thursday during a dialogue organized by the Inter-religious Council of Uganda (IRCJ) under the theme "Harmony Unveiled: Fostering Peace and Conflict Resolution among Interfaith Women, Youth, and Cultural Leaders through Dialogue."
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23:44

More Than 500 Entebbe Families In Fear Of Eviction GEM Advocates 4 3

Further, Entebbe Municipality Council on January 18th 2024 again wrote to the Chief Government Valuer reminding him to conduct the Evaluation Exercise after waiting for a full year without feedback.
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Shell Adopts New Marketing Strategy To Attract And Retain Clients 1 Top story

Unlike promotional campaigns that are timed, the loyalty programmes are long-term or even permanent.
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UPDF Not In DR Congo's Rutshuru - Felix Kulaigye 3 Top story

He said the UPDF has no reason to be involved in an internal conflict, unless when it is a regional peace effort.
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Janet Museveni Addresses Question On Transition From Competence - Based To Existing A' Level Curriculum 4 1

Minister Museveni says that they have been guided by technical teams in the education sector that having learners of the revised curriculum progress into the existing A’level curriculum doesn’t comprise their subject or jeopardize their academic ground expected of them upon joining higher education.
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Vlogger Remanded Over Insulting Modesty Of A Woman cyber harrassment 1

About a month ago, he was arraigned before the same Court presided over by Grade One Magistrate, Julia Basajjabalaba where he applied for bail pending ruling today.
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14,879 Candidates Fail, Offered One-Off Chance To Resit Under Old Curriculum 1 3

Professor Celestino Obua, Chairperson of the Uganda Examinations Board (UNEB), highlighted that this group will be provided a one-time opportunity to resit the examination under the old curriculum.
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17:20

Three Dead, 100 Admitted After Alleged Poisoning At Funeral Ceremony 4 2

The deceased include; Faisal Magumba aged 20 years, Suleiman Byanguwa aged four years and six year old Shamim Nangobi.
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Residents In Fear As Stray Hippos Wreak Havoc In Madi Okollo District 5 1

Mahmmud Guma, the LC 1 chairperson for Eyukinga village Ewanguru Parish says the hippos attacked his kraal at night and killed three cattle. He further noted that hippos do not only stray within areas near the river shore but other distant areas while looking for food.
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Improved Performance As UNEB Releases Final Results Under Old UCE Curriculum 1 4 Top story

The minister also conveyed her joy over the improved results this year, as a larger number of learners are now qualified to progress to the next level of education compared to previous years. While appreciating this positive development, she acknowledged that it raises crucial questions about what was done differently this time and what factors contributed to this trend.
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Ministry Of Internal Affairs Hunting For Fraudsters Fleecing Diplomats Traveling To South Africa 1

Simon Peter Mundeyi, the spokesperson of Ministry of Internal Affairs said despite the fact that these two groups of passport holders do not need any Visas to travel to South Africa, fraudsters are duping them with a fake letters that they must reportedly present at the Airports.
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Fewer Than One In Ten Children In Low-Income Countries Access Social Protection

This data shows that in low-income countries, less than one in ten children aged 15 and below have access to such benefits, representing a large disparity when compared with high income countries where the coverage is high. Comparably in terms of percentages, in Eastern and Southern Africa coverage has increased from 9.6 per cent to 12.3 per cent and yet in North America, coverage has increased from 78.1 per cent to 84.0 per cent. In Western Europe where coverage is highest, it has increased from 91.0 per cent to 93.2 per cent.
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Ssenyonyi Demands Unconditional Release Of Jailed NUP Supporters 1 2

The LOP’s office released a list of 45 opposition supporters who are being detained at Luzira and Kitalya Mini-Maximum Prison. 15 of them are in Luzira including two female inmates; Olivia Lutaaya and Resy Birungi Nabbosa are being detained at Luzira Women's Prison while 30 others are in Kitalya Mini-Maximum Prison. URN could not verify the authenticity of the document.
09:36
09:36

Fisheries Training Institute Gets Solar Powered Lighting And Water MAAIF 5

Principal Willy Ofwono Osinde said the commissioned solar system would help the institute save shs 3.6million and shs 3million the institution has been spending monthly on water and power bills respectively.
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09:07

Nwoya Leaders Ask Total Energies E&P To Include Boys In Scholarship Programme 2 5

Philip Oryema, the acting Nwoya District Education Officer however says while the initiative of sponsoring girls in school is welcomed, the district is grappling with a decline in enrolment of boys sitting for PLE since they are left out.
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