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Makerere Forms Team to Study Visitation Committee Report makerere university 2 1

Speaking to the media today at the Senior Common Room at the Makerere University Main Building, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe, the Vice Chancellor said the university officials had agreed not to comment on any issue raised in the report until they study it fully. Prof. Nawangwe says that they have constituted an eight-member team to study the report in order to come up with a formal response that will be discussed by management, and council before it is submitted to the education ministry.
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Visitation Committee Wants Makerere's 230 Bank Accounts Probed makerere university 1

The Makerere Visitation Committee has in its report recommended that the Inspector General of Government IGG should investigate 230 bank accounts run by the university and establish the details of how they were opened up and the individuals operating them.
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Kampala Getting Back its "groove" after Holidays festive season 1

Downtown Kampala is brimming with business activities, a far cry from the ghost-like scenes during the holidays. Many Kampala residents return to their ancestral origins to celebrate the festive season, creating significant and noticeable decongestion of the central business district, in particular.
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LRA Attacks, Abductions Declining - Report dominic ongwen 1

The Lords Resistance Army LRA rebel attacks on civilians in Central African Republic CAR and neighbouring countries are on a decline, the LRA Crisis Tracker reveals. Brigadier Richard Karemire, the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF spokesperson, says that the decline in abductions and attacks shows that the LRA is no more. He says thats why the UPDF started withdrawing from CAR, adding that they have neutralised the rebel capacity to make war.
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Museveni Will End Like Gaddafi, says Hope Mwesigye age limit 5

Former agriculture minister Hope Mwesigye has said President Yoweri Musevenis decision to sign into law the Constitution Amendment Act 2017 is an indication that his leadership will end in a similar way like that of Libyas strongman, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. Gaddafis 42-year-rule ended violently when an armed uprising led to his overthrow in August 2011 and assassination two months later.
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Kadaga Case Referred to Constitutional Court suspension of mps 1 2

The case in which six Members of Parliament sued Speaker Rebecca Kadaga for suspending them has been referred to the Constitutional Court for interpretation. On December 18, Speaker Kadaga suspended the legislators for seven sittings shortly after the Minority and Majority reports on presidential Age Limit removal were tabled on the floor of parliament for debate.
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Strange Substance Bubbling from Ground in Pakwach 1

An unidentified whitish liquid substance is bubbling from the ground in a village in Panyimur Sub-county, Pakwach District, causing anxiety among the residents. The affected village is Rwanga, also the location of the Panyimur pier of the Panyimur-Wanseko ferry.
12:26
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Grounded Panyimur-Wanseko Ferry Disrupts L. Albert Travel 1 Top story

The modern ferry, named The Albert Nile, that plies the 12-nautical-mile route from Panyimur in Pakwach District to Wanseko in Buliisa District, is a major link between West Nile and Bunyoro. Used free of charge, the ferry is a key means of transport for especially traders, including of fish, and other ordinary people who, for ages, have had a very close relationship via marriage and trade.
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Pro-Kadaga Protesters Storm High Court 1

A group of protesters claiming to be National Resistance Movement NRM supporters today stormed Civil Division of the High Court in Kampala protesting litigations against Speaker Parliament Rebecca Kadaga. The group claims Kadaga is being targeted for presiding over proceedings that led to passing of the Constitution Amendment Bill Number 2 of 2017, popularly known as the age limit bill.
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Thugs Trailed SSP Ssebugwawo For a Year unresolved killings 2 1

The killing of Senior Superintendent of Police Dennis Ssebugwawo Lumala in latest attacks in Bukomansimbi district has reignited fears among those once listed for killings. Ssebugwaawo is among the seven people who were killed in attacks on New Years day when thugs raided villages in Bukomasimbi and Lwengo districts. Ssebugwawos name was on the list of those targeted in the infamous anonymous letters dropped in Bukomansimbi in April last year.
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Masaka Murders: Kayihura Camps In Area, Museveni Expected uganda police 1 1

President Yoweri Museveni is today expected in the greater Masaka region where police Chief Kale Kayihura has camped to investigate numerous murders of residents in Bukomansimbi and Lwengo districts on new yearss day.
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