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May 2022 7 results
20:57
20:57

IOM Rallies African Govts on Protecting Health Rights of Migrant Workers 3 4

Dr. Fatuma Ahmed, the Consultant on Gender and Social Protection for the IOM's Better Regional Migration Management Project, says female migrant workers abroad are doubly disadvantaged because they are discriminated as females and as migrants.
17:52
17:52

Banking Industry in Mixed Performance, as BOU Warns of Ukraine Threat on Economy 1 Top story

The banking Industry returned a combined net profit of Shillings 1 trillion and 1 billion, but seven banks fell deeper into losses in 2021. The higher commodity prices abetted by the Russia-Ukraine conflict have also started directly feeding through to consumer prices, weakening consumer optimism and Household demand,” says the BOU.
17:24
17:24

Lira City Teachers On Strike Over Unpaid Salaries 5

On Monday morning, the situation at Lango College secondary school was “not very normal” because the teachers were not teaching.
13:17
13:17

Prof Lwanga-Lunyiigo Provokes Debate on Ugandans' Economic Independence 1 6

“Today about 33,000 Indians in a population of (over) 40 million natives claim to be responsible for 62 percent of the country’s economic output, they are inching close to 75 percent of the colonial period,” he points out pointing to the fact that Uganda’s economy is already back in hands of the Indians as the case was prior to 1972.
12:51
12:51

National Instructor's College Abilonino Struggling with Staffing Gap 4 1

Julius Abigaba Baguma, the Principal of the college attributed the staffing gap to the lack of a clear management structure, which bares them from conducting recruitment and the promotion of most staff to higher positions without being replaced.
11:58
11:58

Fall Army Worms, Drought Frustrates Karamoja Farmers 1

Some of the farmers visited by URN described the continuous suffering that the people of Karamoja are going through as a curse. Mark Lodumoi, a father of four children and a resident of Kacheri village in Kacheri sub-county in Kotido district, says that he cultivated five hectares of maize mixed with beans, which were destroyed by the armyworms and drought.
07:52
07:52

Cleric Criticizes Museveni Over Cassava Statement 1 3

In his Sunday homily at Holy Rosary Church, Reverend Father Uma, said that the President`s statement is not welcome noting that it is an indication of not being mindful of the suffering people amidst ululations, cheers, and handclaps from the congregation.
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