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13:08
13:08

Otunnu Considering Resigning UPC Leadership As Pressure Mounts upc pressure groups

Olara Otunnu, Uganda People’s Congress-UPC president is allegedly considering resigning the party leadership because of mounting pressure from some members of the party for him to hand over.
12:40
12:40

FAO calls for urgent action to help Somali farmers and pastoralists somalia famine 1

FAO, said that fears are rife that unless urgent action is taken, the famine could spread quickly across all regions of Southern Somalia and beyond.
12:38
12:38

UNICEF spreads Breastfeeding Message to Western Uganda breast feeding 2

health experts say Breastfeeding provides a free and effective way for a baby to stay healthy life and avoid these killer diseases.
12:32
12:32

Moyo in Rush to Drill Boreholes to Curb Water Crisis

Moyo district local government is in a rush to drill new boreholes and rehabilitate old ones to mitigate the water crisis in the district. So far 3 boreholes have been drilled at the cost of 22 million shillings each.
10:49
10:49

Two Cops Arrested in Alebtong for Mismanaging Case File

Two police officers accused of mismanaging a case in Alebtong district have been arrested. The suspects are Richard Ogwal, the officer in charge of Abako police post and Okello Adilo. The suspects were picked up on Friday evening on the orders of Tonny Ondoga, Alebtong District Police Commander.
10:24
10:24

President Museveni makes Impromptu Visit to Kakira Sugar works

\"These robbers are not ashamed to rap the government for failure to prevail over the skyrocketing prices yet they are the beneficiaries of the current economic situation” the president was quoted saying.
10:05
10:05

Illegal Fishing Gears Burnt On Lake Albert

Illegal fishing gear worth over 160 million shillings has been set a blaze in Hoima following a week long operation on major landing sites on Lake Albert. It was launched on Saturday by officials from the Directorate of Fishery Resources Entebbe led by Eddy Sansa Luwaga, Head of enforcement.
10:04
10:04

MM College Wairaka head teacher Linked to Student Strike

The Committee led by Jinja District Internal Auditor, Paulo Wekiya Gwaira, found out that the school is bleeding from poor administrative and students’ leadership.
00:03
00:03

Outbreak of Cholera hits Famine Stricken Somalia somalia famine 1

More than 3,800 cases have been reported in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, a significant increase on last year according to the WHO
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