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Professor Epelu Opio, Veterinarian, Educationist And Pacifier 1 6 Top story

Prof. Epelu-Opio was longest-serving Deputy Vice-Chancellor (1993 – 2004).
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Martin Aliker Never Wanted the British to Leave Uganda dr martin aliker 1 Top story

Martin Aliker said there was no need for Independence and then, politics was seen very much as a second-class profession.
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Marginalized Communities Have Been Denied Services -UNFPA UN population Fund 1

It finds that 30 years of progress in sexual and reproductive health has mostly ignored the most marginalized communities
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Residents Cautioned Against Self-medication As Red Eye Hits Pakwach 1 2

Fuathum Judith Kigezi, the Pakwach Environmental Health Officer discloses that several health facilities have continued to receive increasing cases of Red Eye disease among the community members including learners.
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Dr. Tom Okia Okurut: The Environment, Conservation Steward NEMA 1 Top story

Tom Okurut’s work at NEMA ‘was crucial in regulation and enforcement against threats to the environment and conservation. He has been credited for strong environmental regulation of the oil and gas sector in Uganda.
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Land Wrangles Threaten Madi, West Nile Diocese 3 1

The most affected institutions include Kuluva Hospital, located along Arua Nebbi Road Uganda Christian University -Arua Campus, and Ringili Primary School all located in Vurra sub-County, Arua District, which occupy about 8,725 acres of land under leasehold land tenure.
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Bishop Mukasa Tasks Luwero Women Leaders, Mothers on Defilement Cases 2 1

Additionally, Joyce Namigadde, the Luwero District Probation Officer, disclosed that at least seven girls aged 9 to 14 are defiled weekly by teachers, relatives, and acquaintances. The prelate becomes more concerned when he observes child mothers in line with their children for baptism, emphasizing the need for action.
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Catholic Church Underscores Need Of Preserving Cultural Values 2 3

His Grace Paul Ssemogerere, Archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese, exemplifies the importance of preserving traditional culture while upholding its principles.
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NSSF Saves UGX 35 Billion in Career Expo Alumni 2

Started in 2011, the annual NSSF Career Expo is a platform through which university students are equipped with skills and knowledge to increase their employment and entrepreneurship opportunities as well as financial management skills to improve their saving culture.
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Junior Civil Servants Reluctant to Report Corruption Cases 1 3

During the interaction, several junior civil servants conveyed their dilemma to the IGG, emphasizing their dependence on tokens or minor favors from their superiors to complement their meager incomes.
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Population Census to Capture Clan Details 4 2

Charles Peter Mayiga, the Katikkiro (prime minister) of the Buganda Kingdom, emphasized the importance of accurate data for efficient planning and development. “Our vision is to reposition the kingdom at the helm of social and economic development, and this requires the rebuilding of the institutions which, back then, were the reasons why the kingdom was seen as a progressive and prosperous community,” Mayiga said while meeting the UBOS officials.
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Drama as Ayivu West MP, Technician Fight Over Woman on Easter 1

The conflict started when Lematia arrived at Dreamland Hotel with Eyotaru for a swim, only to encounter James Ariko, who was at the hotel. Upon seeing Lematia and Eyotaru, Ariko confronted the legislator, with both men claiming to have a relationship with the woman.
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Resisting Kiswahili; Another Outcome of Religious Woes in Colonial Buganda higher education 1 3 Top story

Phrases like "Panda Gari," (board the car) "Kitambuliso yako iko wapi?" (where is your Identity card?)" "Funguwa Mulango" (Open the door) and "towa pesa" (bring money) remain engrained in the minds of those who experienced those difficult times.
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Kabaka Commends Prof. Lunyiigo for Changing Narrative on Mwanga Uganda 2 Top story

In a letter addressed to Lunyiigo on the occasion of his 80th birthday, Kabaka Mutebi commended him for employing exemplary historical research skills in his book titled "Mwanga II: Resistance to the Imposition of British Colonial Rule in Buganda 1884-1899". First printed in 2011, the book has over the years garnered attention for its innovative approach in challenging Eurocentric perspectives, humanizing Kabaka Mwanga II and placing him in the broader context of his time.
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British High Commission Embarks on Mutuba Tree Growing, Popularisation to Promote Creative Economy cultural heritage 2

This initiative aims to safeguard heritage, particularly the culturally significant Kiganda fabric alias Lubugo made from the Mutuba Tree, while also addressing environmental concerns such as climate change.
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Nsambya Youth Stir Souls with Passion Story Enactment on Palm Sunday Christian 2 3 Top story

Gathered in the gardens, which transformed into a makeshift theater, the youth adorned elaborate costumes reminiscent of Jesus' time, wielding props like spears for soldiers and robes for scribes and Pharisees.
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World TB Day: Ghebreyesus Calls For More Effective Vaccines Tuberclosis 1 2 Top story

According to WHO, Uganda is one of the world's thirty (30) high-burden countries for TB and TB/HIV co-infection. Each year, approximately 91,000 people in Uganda get sick of TB with 32% of them being HIV-infected.
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51 Families Spend Nights in the Cold after Fire Erased a Village in Kaabong Cry out for help 1 2

According to the eyewitnesses, due to the strong winds, the fire blew up caught the nearby hut, and later spread to 50 other huts burning them completely to ashes and leaving several household properties destroyed.
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NSSF Savers Spending Benefits on Education, Land–Report

“Retirees continue to bear immense responsibility for dependents well into retirement. As a result, many choose to continue working to make ends meet; 63 percent of beneficiaries remain in active employment, with 45 percent of those aged 50 and above working full or part-time,” reads part of the report.
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EU-funded, UN Initiative In Uganda to Stop Post-partum Hemorrhage 1

The 20 million EURO or 84 billion shillings project will also support initiatives to strengthen health systems in Africa and accelerate access to life-saving medicines to end preventable maternal deaths.
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