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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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17:35

Gov’t Adopts Data-Driven Tracking Tool for Manifesto Implementation 4

The new tool will collect information directly from technical officers in government Ministries, Departments and Agencies and local government, as well as data from other government monitoring and evaluation mechanisms.
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Regional, District Kadhis Back Mubaje 1

On Thursday, the sheiks, who initially convened at the UMSC headquarters in Old Kampala for a joint session meeting leading to the impeachment and suspension of Sheikh Ssemambo, subsequently assembled for a separate meeting. During the meeting, they expressed support for Mufti Mubaje and distanced themselves from Sheikh Ssemambo.
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Suruma Calls For Referendum to Determine Expediture of Oil Money 4

According to Suruma, this is one of the ways Uganda can achieve social protection which involves preventing, managing, and overcoming situations such as poverty, poor health, illiteracy, and others that adversely affect people's well-being.
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Lukiiko Members Express Discontent Over Suspicious Museveni Meetings, Gifts to Clan Leaders 5 1 Top story

Henry Mubiru Kasakya, the representative of Ssuubi lya Buganda in the Lukiiko presented the issue revealing that the discussions involving the clan leaders predominantly centered around securing valuable land allocations and organizing funds for its advancement.
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Uganda, Iran Strengthen Bilateral Ties with Four MoUs 4 2 Top story

During the discussions, President Museveni expressed his desire for increased trade between the two countries, particularly emphasizing Uganda's abundant agricultural products that require more accessible markets.
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Uganda a Victim of “Eating”, Says Prof. Rugumayo 1 Top story

In the memoir titled "Why Fireflies Glow," Professor Edward Rugumayo shares his personal account as an active participant in Uganda's troubled political history. He evaluates the different administrations that the people of Uganda have witnessed over a period of 61 years. “...In Uganda however, the ideology is individual loyalty and eating, which means corruption,” Rugumayo says. He adds that lurking behind the scenes of this eating ideology is the imperialism tail which is always wagging the neo-colonial dog.
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IPOD Courts NUP, FDC Ahead of New MoU 1 6

James Tweheyo, NRM CEC member, explains that they have made progress in their talks with the leadership of FDC and NUP, but have yet to reach a final decision.
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Iron Sheets Saga, Anti- homosexuality Bill Dominate Easter Message 13 1 Top story

In their Easter message, the leaders condemned government officials who are involved in the misappropriation of iron sheets meant for the Karamoja sub-region.
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Why is Police Still Holding Besigye’s Car Despite Court Order? 2

In late October, Besigye's lawyers led by City Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago asked Court to order the Police to release the vehicle saying that Dr. Besigye was struggling to transport himself since the vehicle had been taken and yet, prosecution didn't list it as an exhibit needed in the case. This prompted Court at Buganda Road to order that the vehicle is given back to rightful owners under whose name it is registered.
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UPC, Bugisu Leaders Eulogize Masette Kuuya 1 6

Kuuya aged 76 who died in Kenya last week, was a former minister of rehabilitation in the Obote II administration. He also served as a Member of Parliament for Bugisu South West.
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Professor Nawangwe Re-appointed Makerere University Vice Chancellor 1

Nawangwe’s reappointment was announced on Friday by University Secretary Yusuf Kiranda.
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Gov’t to Striking Teachers: Return to Class 1 Top story

“The claim that the strike had been ongoing since 2019 and hence there was no need for a new notice is both fallacious and not legally tenable. Secondly, we have noticed with concern that you and your members have decided to close schools. We wish to advise you that no teacher; whether on strike or not, has a right or justification to close a public school," the June 22, 2022 letter reads in part.
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Police Release Besigye, Opt for New Tactics to Manage Him 2 Top story

Besigye declined to disembark from the police van prompting the officers to drag him out. "Am not leaving," Dr. Besigye could be heard telling a police officer identified as Albert Muhumuza who was pushing him from the van.
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Museveni Said Absolutely Nothing-Besigye 2 4 Top story

Besigye noted that the president tried to cover his empty speech with lies and shifted the blame on the worsening economic crisis to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
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Besigye Freed After Eight Hour Standoff With Police 3

In the morning Police intercepted Besigye shortly after living in his residence where he spent six days under preventive arrest to stop him from leading protests against the high commodity prices.
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