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Motorists Accused of Fueling Sexual Violence Against School Children boda boda riders

This is the part of the findings by the select committee of parliament on sexual violence in institutions of learning in Uganda.
10:28
10:28

Parliament Secures UBC Frequency ucc 1

Parliament has finally acquired an FM frequency from the Uganda communications commission (UCC) for the operation of its radio station
14:28
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Security Foils Apaa Land Demonstration In Gulu Town apaa land dispute 1

Gilbert Olanya, the Kilak South Member of Parliament told URN that they will proceed with the planned rally despite the heavy deployment of soldiers and Police in Gulu Town. He says they are also demanding the immediate release of John Bosco Uhuru.
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Bishops Council Remain Resilient On Sexuality Education 3 1

The Bishop of Kiyinda-Mityana Catholic diocese, Joseph Anthony Zziwa, also the chairperson of the Uganda Episcopal Conference insists that their committee still maintains their stand against the policy in its current form.
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Kibanda, Kifamba Leaders in Uncertainty As Boundaries Dispute Drags On 3 1

Christopher Kalemba, the Kakuuto County member of parliament, says he was amazed by the vague demarcations of the district boundaries that restricted him from thousands of electorates that voted for him in the 2016 general elections.
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Torture Essential to Tame Indiscipline – Kiwanda 2 1

The Prevention and prohibition of Torture Act 2012 however prohibits any form of torture inhuman treatment by prohibiting and preventing any form of torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.Torture is also prohibited under Articles 24 and 44a of the Constitution. The law also provides for the crime of torture; gives effect to the obligations of Uganda as a State Party to the United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment and other related matters.
18:57
18:57

MP Kyagulanyi to Face Army Court Martial 3 1 Top story

Moses Ali told Parliament that Kyagulanyi will on Thursday appear before the Army Court Martial after he was found in possession of a gun.
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Lower Prices: Bukomansimbi Farmers Abandon Maize in Gardens 2 1

Hajji Muhammad Kateregga, the Bukomansimbi District LC V Chairperson, says he is in talks with the Agriculture Ministry to list the area among districts government is considering buying maize from.
07:28
07:28

Army to Take Over Legislator's Security president museveni 1 6

Hassan Kaps Fungaroo, the Obongi county MP who attended the meeting, says after listening to the legislators Museveni directed the army to take over their protection.
07:03
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President Museveni Heads to Disputed Apaa Villages apaa land crisis 2

The major disputes around the township relate to its ownership, economic land use for settlement or wildlife conservation and geographical boundaries of Amuru and Adjumani districts.
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Court of Appeal Disposes Off 108 Election Petitions 1 1

Vincent Emmy Mugabo, the Deputy Registrar also a senior communications officer of the Judiciary, attributed the delay to dispose off all the petitions to late filing of cases and shortage of judges.
17:09
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Kadaga Launches Tree Planting Campaign in Karamoja 1 1

During the launch at Katikekile sub county this afternoon, the speaker said that parliament has adopted Mt. Moroto tree planting as a project for three years. She said that ten hectares of different species including Mahogany indigenous, Markhamia, Neem, Cassia and Pine exotic will be planted in Katikekile sub county.
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Piglets Case: Prosecution Asks Extra Time to Summon ASP Bakaleke luta ferdinand 1 2

Appearing on Tuesday before Buganda Road Grade one Magistrate, Marion Mangeni, the State Prosecutor Elizabeth Nandala pleaded for extra time. She explained that Bakaleke, who arrested the suspects, has failed to appear in court despite being summoned several times.
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Proposed Closure of Nalufenya Detention Facility Excites MPs 4

Located in Jinja district, Nalufenya was established in 1954 as a Police post. But it was transformed into a Special Investigations Centre of police by the former Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura where all suspects, who were treated as hardcore criminals, were detained.
11:13
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Mayuge MP Writes to Mak VC Over Son's Delayed Transcript makerere university 1

Using her twitter handle HonMukoda, the legislators asks Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe, the University Vice Chancellor to intervene and reign in on what she calls the universitys bureaucratic system. According to the statement, the legislators son Brian Kirya with registration number 13/U/25129, who graduated in February 2017 with a Bachelor of Development Studies, has been in a fruitless hunt for his transcript since.
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Dr. Lyomoki: Museveni's Promise to Striking Medics ‘Same Old Song' 1 2

According to Dr. Lyomoki, since government has already shown it is unable to resolve the issues of the medics even with constant reminders, it is likely to backtrack on its new promises.
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Former MP Issa Kikungwe Passes On democratic party dp 1 2

Former Kyadondo South Member of Parliament, Hajji Issa Kikungwe, is dead. Democratic Party president Norbert Mao says Kikungwe died today after undergoing surgery at Mengo Hospital to remove a brain tumor. Kikungwe has been the DP National Treasurer since 2010.
13:41
13:41

Igara East By-Elections Set for December 14 3 1

The seat fell vacant early this month when the Court of Appeal nullified results of the 2016 election, initially won by Andrew Martial. Judges Egonda Ntende, Richard Buteera and Alphonse Owiny Dollo said that irregularities in the voting and tallying stages affected the final results in a substantial manner.
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NRM Siding Against Uganda in Age-Limit Debate- Academia article 102 (b) 1 5

Makerere University Lecturer Prof Sabiiti Makara says that the proponents of a move to remove the cap on the presidential age have not involved Ugandan nationals in their quest to amend article 102 b of the constitution.
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Government Chief whip: We Will Not Rush Land Amendment Bill land amendments 1

Gilbert Olanya, the Kilak South MP, says the proposed amendment is unfair and creates an opportunity for corruption and oppression. He says private land ownership should be respected, adding that forceful land acquisition may breed land grabbing in pretext of Government interest.
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