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Former Juba Mission Accounting Officer Fails to Account for UGX 216B ugandans in juba 2 1 Top story

The former Accounting Officer for Uganda’s Juba Mission Habib Migadde has failed to account for funds amounting to 216.2 billion shillings.
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16:51

DPP Discontinues Acid Attack Case Against Mak Don marital discord

Makerere University lecturer, Dr Faizal Buyinza who had been accused of masterminding the December 11, 2011 acid attack on his wife Hanifah Nakyiryowa is now a free man.
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PSU Deployed In Rakai Over Lwakataka Case immature fish

The Police Standards Unit has been deployed in Rakai district to investigate allegations by Ponsiano Lwakataka\'s relatives that police is mismanaging the cases against him. Noah Serunjogi, the Regional police spokesperson, confirms the development.
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Leaders Protest Change in Nakaseke Hospital Architectural plan world bank 2 4

According to a contract signed between Ministry of Health and Yanjian Company Limited last year, the contractor (Yanjian Company) is supposed to renovate four wards, an Outpatient department complex, and build modern medical waste houses. The contractor is also expected to construct six staff housing units, a Laundry center and a Kitchen.
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Rev Mukalo Faction Begins Secession Process from Pentecostal Church

Christians loyal to the suspended Lira Pentecostal Bishop Reverend Joel Mukalo have announced a decision to secede from Pentecostal Assemblies of God (PAG) Uganda and form a separate secretariat.
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Heritage Oil loses Capital Gains Tax Appeal in London Court cnooc uganda Top story

The two entities ‘Tullow and Heritage Oil’ have been engaged in legal battles arising from a deal that was struck in 2010 which saw Tullow agree to pay £1.45billion to buy Heritage\'s assets at the Lake Albert basin. The basin is estimated to hold about one billion barrels of oil.
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Missing 60 Year Old Man Found Dead in Agago Swamp land

Police retrieved his decomposing body from Lopika swamp on Tuesday. A postmortem report indicates that he was brutally murdered by strangling. His body was also found with injuries on his face.
14:05
14:05

Magogo – We Need UGX400 Million To Take Cranes To Mauritania uganda cranes 1 2

President of the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA), Moses Magogo has called upon government to come and help finance the national team.
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13:09

Gulu Municipality Plots to Eliminate Slums 2

Francis Barabanawe, the Municipality town clerk says that since Gulu is striving for a city status, it should get rid of all grass thatched houses in its central Business area.
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12:40

Four Dead as Militants Attack DRC Barracks

The attack targeted presidential guards in Kinshasa and lasted for about 35 Minutes before being repulsed after a serious exchange of fire, Congolese government spokesperson Lambert Mende says. The attacked barracks is known as Camp Tshatshi.
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Bamasaaba Secure Land for Establishment of Traditional Museum inzu ya masaaba 1

Located near Mbale town in Bungokho south, Mutoto is the place where the first imbalu (circumcision) ceremony was officially adopted. The site has since hosted all subsequent imbalu opening ceremonies and to date respected as the birthplace of the illustrious Imbalu tradition.
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Acting Head Teachers Accuse Soroti DEO of Discrimination teacher transfers 2

Another bitter head teacher says Soroti district will never register good performance in Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) because the DEO demotes and transfers appointed head teachers to schools regardless of their grades.
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Psychiatrists Demand More Focus on Mental Treatment 3

Ugandan Psychiatrist Dr. Etheldreda Nakimuli Mpungu says countries need to plan, budget and see trauma and mental health as critical issues that need to be given priority now that conflicts are rising from different corners of the world.
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CP Wing Wants Youth Representation in Parliament Abolished 2

Members of the Conservative party claim that youth representation has not yielded any positive results in terms of affirmative action and addressing the several challenges affecting the youths in the country.
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Police Resort to Vigilante Groups As Criminals Overwhelm Masaka vigilantes 1 1 Top story

Police in Masaka has been forced to call on vigilantes to check the spiralling crime rate. Police has deployed at least 284 members of vigilantes to fight the escalating cases of criminal activity in Masaka municipality.
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09:41

Congress Letter to President Obama on LRA Mission Extension

As the Administration assesses progress in countering the LRA and deliberates on the future of U.S. efforts, we urge you to sustain core elements of the current strategy until Joseph Kony and senior LRA commanders are removed from the battlefield and the LRA no longer poses such a severe threat to civilians. In particular, we note the essential role U.S. military advisers deployed in the field play in supporting operations by regional forces, improving information-sharing and civilian early warning networks, and promoting voluntary defections from the LRA.
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US Congressmen Call for Extension of LRA Advisor Mission us army Top story

With just a week to the month of August, Representatives Jim McGovern and Ed Royce, who have been long-time champions on the LRA issue from Washington, have written a letter to President Obama encouraging him to recommit the U.S. advisors to this mission so that they accomplish its objective.
09:05
09:05

Ntoroko Island Communities Struggle To Access Health Services lake albert 3

There are five islands located in Kanara Sub County, on the shores of Lake Albert. One of the islands is Mulango, where there is no single fully functional health centre. The residents living on the islands are forced to use boats to make a journey of two hours to seek health services at Ntoroko health centre or Rwebisengo health centre III.
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KCCA to Implement UGX 3bn Pilot Project on Non-Motorized Transport 3

The pilot project which does away with use of motor cars is to encourage walking and cycling and is to be piloted on Namirembe Road and Luwum Street. The ground breaking of the pilot project is to take place in July 2015.
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South Sudan Footing 'Mobility Costs' Of UPDF - Ambassador south sudan war 1 Top story

The South Sudanese ambassador Samuel Luate Lominsuk has confirmed that indeed the South Sudan government is footing the fuel and oil costs of the Uganda People’s Defence Forces in South Sudan.
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