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09:03
09:03

Jinja Residents Demand Civilian Staff for Boat Ambulances MOH 3 2

The boat ambulance was provided to largely evacuate patients from the Islands of Kisiima I, Kisiima II, Rwabitooke and other small islands scattered along parts of Lake Victoria in Jinja district. The boat will also support rescue operations of fishermen and other water transport users in Lake Victoria and River Nile respectively.
08:16
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Archbishop Wants Military Barracks to Open Places of Worship armed forces 3 1

Speaking at a thanksgiving service at the National defense college in Naminya ward in Njeru municipality in Buikwe district on Sunday, Mugalu argues that soldiers handle a very important task of ensuring security across borders, which keeps them occupied most of the time and starting places of worship will ease their efforts of fellowshipping with God.
13:58
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Human Rights Act Amendment Mooted to Allow Officers Defend Themselves law 2 2

Citing the recent attacks by suspected machete-wielding men against police officers in Luwero and Mbale, Wangadya argues that rather than applying reasonable force to defend themselves against their attackers, the surviving police personnel opted to flee, due to the limitations within the current laws.
09:03
09:03

EAC Armed Forces Community Projects Excite Beneficiaries primary school 3 1

As a means of intensifying the spirit of integration within the region, the EAC armed forces have resolved to sponsor the construction of a maternity ward at Ivunamba health center II, two classroom blocks each at St. Mary’s Nsuube and Bukaya primary schools respectively.
09:53
09:53

Elwelu Tasks Armed Forces To Tighten Fight Against Security Threats In EAC Region country 1 2

Addressing members of armed forces and selected civilians from the EAC member states ahead of the two weeks joint field training exercise at Gaddaffi barracks in Jinja on Friday, Elwelu said that the region is faced with evolving modern security threats, which are better addressed through synergies from the affected countries.
11:39
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Dilapidated State of Jinja Police Barracks Shocks Legislators Iganga 2 6

A police officer told our reporter on condition of anonymity so as to speak freely on the matter during the visit of the Defense and Internal Affairs Committee that he has since abstained from sex due to lack of privacy in their housing units, which has since pushed his wife into infidelity.
17:03
17:03

EAC Member States to Hold Joint Peacekeeping Training COVID-19 1

This FTX aims at fostering collective participation of EAC armed forces in tackling future threats to peace and stability within the region.
20:21
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Kitatta's Co-accused Distance Themselves from Boda Boda 2010 association 1 Top story

John Ssebandeke was the first to take the stand. According to Ssebandeke, he was riding on a Boda boda from Entebbe to Kampala the day they were picked up.
16:44
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Kitatta Makes Second Attempt at Bail Application armed forces 1

Kitattas first application was denied in June 2018 on the ground that the sureties provided were not substantial enough to compel him to appear in court and his connections in police could help him interfere with investigations.
11:21
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Tension Mounts as DRC Forces Pursue Raia Mutomboki Rebels congolese

Their latest clashes started after Raia Mutomboki forces opened fire on a patrol vehicle belonging to the government forces killing two and injuring three others. The incident prompted the government forces to pursue the forces with intense fighting on the stretch between Numbi to Ziralo areas in the territory of Kalehe in South Kivu province.
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UPDF To Introduce Human Rights in Initial Army Training armed forces 3

266 out of the 909 complaints received by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights-OHCHR from January 2012 to September 2013 were linked to UPDF and Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence.
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