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Oct 2019 7 results
19:53
19:53

Fire Department Cautions Against Use of Mosquito Nets in School Dormitories 4 1

Eli Walusimbi, the Community Liaison’s Officer in the Police-Fire Prevention and Rescue Services department says that investigations into the fires that have occurred in the different parts of the country have largely highlighted that mosquito nets intensified the fire and damage.
19:46
19:46

Police Investigates Student for Using Sister’s Name in UCE Exams

Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson Jimmy Patrick Okema told URN in an interview on Wednesday that the student, Monica Akidi, 20, was found with an answer booklet bearing the names Esther Ayaa, during the Mathematics examination.
19:03
19:03

Dr. Stella Nyanzi's Ruling Deferred to Next Month 3 1

Justice Mugambe of the High Court Civil Division postponed the ruling to November 8 after failure by Makerere University to produce key documents in relation to the termination of Nyanzi.
18:35
18:35

Tororo School Excludes Indians from Measles-Rubella Immunization

Oyuka reportedly locked up children in classrooms to prevent them from receiving the vaccines as part of the mass measles-rubella vaccination campaign that started today, in schools across the country. He said that the school needed to seek consent from the parents before subjecting its pupils to any kind of vaccination.
17:38
17:38

British Firm Halts Printing Makerere University Certificates over Arrears 4 4

Security printer Smith & Ouzman, a leading authority on security printing solutions and document fraud prevention based in a resort town East Bourne on England’s southeast coast is said to have declined to print more certificates unless the university clears the outstanding arrears.
15:20
15:20

Uganda Unveils New Campaign to Tame HIV UNAIDS 4 1

The development follows a report by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) indicating that the pace of progress in reducing new HIV infections, increasing access to treatment and ending AIDS-related deaths is slowing down. The report shows a mixed picture, with some countries making impressive gains while others are experiencing rises in new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths.
14:41
14:41

Mbale Municipality Councillors Protest Give Away of Busamaga Primary School Land 1 4

In 2017, Mbale Municipal Council passed a resolution to sale 1.5 acres of land to UMI. The two then signed a memorandum of understanding in 2018.
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