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17:03
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Terrorism has no Tribe or Religion, Be Professional -Prince Nakibinge Advises Security 4

Prince Nakinbinge says for someone to possess a Muslim or Arabic name doesn’t automatically mean that they are Muslim. He referred to history where former rebels making up the ruling government adopted Muslim names during their bush times. The president himself has publically said that he was called Kassim.
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Over Half of Uganda's Women Abused by Sexual Partners 2

Reports indicate that 51% of women in Uganda have been abused by an intimate partner in their life meaning that more than half of the women in Uganda have been victims of GBV. The global rate of physical and sexual abuse is lower at 1 in 3 women abused in a lifetime.
15:55
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Religious Leaders Task Security Personnel to Investigate Terror Attacks terrorism 4 1

The religious leaders said that terrorism is indiscriminate and does not resolve issues and plunges the population into fear and panic.
08:19
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Religious Groupings Adopting E-learning for Formation, Initiation Classes 5 1

Kampala Diocesan communications officer Ivan Naijuka, says from the start of discontinued religious education classes, a major concern for parents was if or when their children would receive first Communion or confirmation sacrament.
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Museveni Praises Religious Leaders on NRM Ideology 3 1

Museveni said the present-day religious leaders are not like their predecessors who got disoriented and emphasized religious differences rather than unity in diversity. He said that religion had set focus on non-Godly issues leading to religious wars, enemity and terrorism.
16:46
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Archbishop Kaziimba Condemns Brutal Re-arrest of MPs 1 4

“I want to call upon people to take the message of President in his recent speech seriously. The issue of human rights should be respected and also calling upon the soldiers and security personnel to respect human beings,” he said.
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UPC Demands for Lifting of Curfew Hours to Favor Evening Classes 4 1

Muzeyi Faizo, Head of Media and Communications at UPC, reasons that most of higher learning institutions’ students are privately sponsored, they utilize morning hours to work, that is why there is need to revisit the curfew hours to enable them look for resources to finance their education, balance work and studies as well as decongesting classes.
16:08
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SDA Churches Reopen for Sabbath, Suspend Tradition 4 1

While the church has long-held a tradition of serving lunch to members previously to promote communal unity, this has been suspended at some churches, including Kampala Central, to allow them to conduct two services.
15:51
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Parliament Honours Orthodox Archbishop Jonah Lwanga 1 1

Oulanyah described the late Archbishop as a true spiritual leader who was unequivocal on issues of human rights and democracy.
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Metropolitan Jonah Lwanga Stood for Truth at all Costs - Orthodox MPs Orthodox church 1 2

Members of Parliament who subscribe to the Orthodox faith have hailed the head of the Orthodox church Metropolitan Jonah Lwanga as a man who stood by the people and stood for the truth at all costs.
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Priesthood Is Not a Money Making Venture - Bishop Ssemogerere 2

While preaching before the ordination, Bishop Ssemogerere who is also the ordinary of Kasaana-Luweero diocese beseech the ordained to liken their lives to Jesus Christ the Great Archpriest not use their vocations for material wealth and understand from the very start that priesthood is not a money making venture.
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Northern Uganda Anglican Diocese Gets New Bishop House of Bishops 1

According to COU Provincial Secretary Rev. Canon Captain William Ongeng, Rev. Loum will be consecrated and enthroned on November 21 at St. Philip's Cathedral, Gulu.
08:10
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Gov't Fulfills Tractor Pledge to COU 1 4 Top story

The Agriculture Minister, Frank Tumwebaze cautioned the beneficiaries to ensure that they maintain the tractors. He pledged that the government working together with the National Agricultural Advisory Services- NAADS will ensure that all the dioceses benefit from the tractors as this effort is geared towards supplementing the growth of agriculture in the country.
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Formula Makers Disregard Milk Substitutes Labeling Regulations -Report Ministry of Health 1

The World Health Organisation regulations on labelling of milk Substitutes products indicate that the formula must clearly state the superiority of breastfeeding, the need of health care workers to prescribe it and warning about the health hazards associated with the use of the products.
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UMSC Pushing for Affirmative Action for Muslim Teachers 1 1 Top story

Sheikh Bakhit says that besides the issues concerning IRE teachers, UMSC is inviting the Ministry of education to initiate an affirmative action for Muslim teachers across the board.
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15:44

COVID-19 Ravaging Bakateyamba Home in Nalukolongo 1 Top story

Sister Mildred Ategeka, a nun attached to Good Samaritan Sisters and one of the administrators of the Home notes that they have had numerous cases at the centre. She, however, says that currently four elderly people and one staff member are battling the virus.
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Gov’t Tasked to Expedite Implementation of Islamic Banking 1 3

According to Mugalu, if implemented, Islamic Banking would help several people during the current difficulties in the economy caused by the Covid-19 pandemic
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Prince Nakibinge Calls for Dialogue On Proposed Land Regulations 1 2

Nakibinge while delivering his Eid- Aduha message to the Muslim community at his Palace in Kibuli said that the new amendment will not help to solve the pending land problems in the country, but will cause more problems.
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