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COVID -19: Schools Considering to Keep Learners During Holidays COVID 19 9

Mike Sekago, says they are considering retaining the learners because they are not of their safety when they return home because of the rampant COVID-19 infections.
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Gulu Archdiocese Seeks UGX 1.9 Billion to Combat Teen Pregnancies in Acholi teenage motherhood 1 3

Masimo Opiyo, the Executive Director of Comboni Samaritans, says teenage motherhood has overtime presented a huge challenge for the region spanning over three decades right from the early 90s during the height of the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army - LRA rebellion.
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Gulu FDC Candidates Launch ‘Defaced Poster' Campaign Gulu City 1 2

Patrick Lumumba Oola, the Gulu City FDC Chairperson, says the under the ‘defaced posters’ campaign FDC candidates will be moving to voters with torn and defaced posters.
20:54
20:54

Normalcy Returns to Nakapiripirit Following Ethnic Tension Over Death of Teenager police 1

Nakapiripirit District Police Commander, Joseph Bongo, says calm has returned and normal business has resumed. He says they have also picked up two suspects, whose identities have been withheld to aid the police investigations.
20:26
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Finance Market Seeks More Sources as Listed Companies Lose Prices 3

The fall in the shares of the companies could be attributed to a fall in demand as foreign investors withheld their money, while others sold off their share to either keep cash or reinvest in their home countries and other markets considered safer.
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KCCA Speakers, Executive Secretaries Not Paid 2

The office of the Speaker, deputy and Executive Committees were created under the KCCA Amendment Act 2020. The Speaker and Deputy are elected from councilors at the Authority and divisions respectively.
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Stella Nyanzi Saddened by the Poverty Levels in Kampala Dr. Stella Nyanzi 3 2

Speaking to Uganda Radio Network on the sidelines of her campaigns in Nakawa Division in Kampala on Tuesday, Nyanzi said that everywhere she has gone before listening to what she is going to do for them, people first ask for handouts like; T-shirts, money, masks or local gin.
19:30
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Amuriat To Acholi: My Government Will Protect Your Land 1 Top story

Speaking to his supporters in Padibe Town Council, Amuriat, said land has long been a problem in Acholi, arguing that the current regime has done less to guarantee it’s safety for the locals. Amuriat said once in office, he will extend the land rights to locals and empower them with the land laws.
18:13
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Flying Squad Re-Arrests Car Robbery Suspect 1

John Wandera was picked on Monday from one of the suburbs of Kampala after he was tracked and trailed by Flying Squad operatives under the commander of Senior Superintendent of Police Godwin Turamye.
17:58
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Women Activists Want EC to Control Security Operations in Campaigns 3 1

Speaking at a press briefing organised by the Forum for Women in Democracy at Mestil hotel in Nsambya, Sarah Birete, the Executive Director Center for Constitutional Governance, said security agencies have hijacked the electoral process.
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Mulago Medics Separate Conjoined Twins 3 3

Dr Philis Khisa says the scoping process started last week to identify the exact organs that the children shared.
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DP to Reprimand Party Leaders for Supporting Kyagulanyi 1 3 Top story

Mbidde, who seeks to unseat Mathias Mpuuga said that he held a meeting with Mao and they agreed to take parallel positions on the choice of the presidential candidate, adding that he had opted to go with Kyagulangyi, the ‘new kid on the block’.
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Buganda Kingdom to Set Up Committee to Study Revival of Cooperative Unions 3 1

The Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga explained that the committee will examine the advantages that can be exploited by the Kingdom and the already existing cooperatives to ensure that the cooperative movement is strengthened within the Kingdom.
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Tumukunde Rallies Kabarole Residents to Vote for Change Beatrice Kiraso 4 2

Tumukunde, who was speaking at the launch of his manifesto at Boma grounds in Fort Portal on Tuesday, said that the people of Tooro Sub-region contributed much to the liberation struggle that ushered in the current government but has not benefited much.
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Man Killed Over Suspected Infidelity police station

According to preliminary information, Ouma left for the funeral of his friend in Busia district on Monday evening but didn’t find his wife, Fanisi Nabwire at home upon his return. His five-year-old son reportedly told him that his mother had gone to the maize plantation with Siminyu.
16:58
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More Mothers Delivered Premature Babies in Mulago During Lockdown Ministry of Health 3

Dr Anita Tumwebaze, a paediatrician at the newborn unit of Mulago Women and Neonatal hospital said that more than 100 cases were recorded.
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Drunkards Assault Police Constable 1

Peter Ddamulira, a resident at Mukono appeals to police to change the way they handle suspects. “So many people get arrested but they are not charged. They instead coerced to bribe their way out,” he said.
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Opposition Candidates in Gulu to Seek Legal Redress over Defaced Posters 5 1

Posters and banners belonging to contestants such as Presidential candidate Patrick Amuriat Oboi of FDC, Robert Mugabi of Alliance for National Transformation - ANT and Lyandro Komakech of Democratic Party – DP, Caesar Rubangakene of National Unity Platform – NUP were defaced and confiscated.
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Mixed Public Reactions After Muntu Cancels Meetings in Kalangala 4

Muntu was expected to campaign in Kalangala on Monday, the same day he visited Kyotera and Rakai district. However, he postponed his planned campaign meeting in Kalangala citing transport complications. However, some residents are not sympathetic to Muntu and his campaign team.
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Child Born With Exposed Intestines 2

Dr. Eric Alilo, the in-charge ogf Kotido Health Centre IV described the condition as gastroschisis, a birth defect of the abdominal wall where the baby’s intestines stick outside of the body through a hole besides the belly button.
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