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16:48
16:48

National Dialogue Pins Kiir, Machar for South Sudan’s Unending Woes 1 4

Simon Luate Peter, 22, a resident of Bidibidi settlement in Yumbe district whose parents fled South Sudan in 1997 while he was a toddler blames the unceasing volatility to Kiir and his deputy Machar’s selfish power rivalry instead of according peace a chance.
14:52
14:52

Children of Clergy in Mukono Diocese to Contribute Funds For Pension House 5 1

Bishop Right Reverend James William Ssebaggala says that in order for the building to be completed in two years time, the diocese needs more than 3 billion shillings.
14:23
14:23

Masaka Diocese to Promote White Fathers’ Plaques as Historical Monuments 5 2

Reverend Monsignor Serverus Jumba, the Bishop of Masaka Diocese says the White Fathers have got very strong attachment to the area, especially in the parish of Villa Maria, which is equally of great significance in the history of the faith in Uganda and the Sub-Saharan Africa.
11:04
11:04

West Lango Bishop Elect Preaches Reconciliation On Arrival in Diocese west lango diocese 1 2

“Key on what we should start with is the duty to teach and promote unity, and sharing together good ideas that can development West Lango Diocese and our faith,” Bishop Elect Nina told more than 2000 residents who had turned up to grace his arrival.
09:45
09:45

Bishop Hannington Mutebi to Return After Successful Bone Marrow Transplant 1

Bishop Mutebi, 59, was rushed to the United Kingdom after being diagnosed with a rare form of acute myeloid Leukemia, a type of cancer that starts in the bone marrow when cells in a part of the body begin to grow out of control. According to doctors at Kings College Hospital in the UK his platelets, energy levels and general condition were dwindling pretty fast and he needed urgent chemotherapy treatment and bone marrow to restore his health.
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