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Pictorial: Buganda Lukiiko 2019-2020 Budget Reading

15 Jul 2019 · The Buganda Kingdom Lukiiko on Monday received and approved a 121 billion Shillings Budget for the financial year 2019/2020. The budget is up from that of 108 billion for the last financial year 2018/2019.

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Pictorial: Buganda Lukiiko 2019-2020 Budget Reading

The Buganda Kingdom Lukiiko on Monday received and approved a 121 billion Shillings Budget for the financial year 2019/2020. The budget is up from that of 108 billion for the last financial year 2018/2019.
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Buganda Lukiiko Approves UGX 121 Billion Budget 1 1

The Kingdom will focus more of its efforts this year on completion a shopping mall at Mirembe Villas, construction of low-cost houses at Sentema, increase the production of Olwendo mineral water, completing the registration process of Buganda Coffee Company, and starting an online newspaper ‘Gambuuze’, among others.
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Buganda Detects Ploy to Ban Masaza Cup Competitions 3 1

Buganda Kingdom Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga told the Lukiiko sitting at Bulange-Mengo today that the recurrent chaos, abuse of alcohol, fights and other vices in the competition are an orchestrated move to destroy the image of the tournament.
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Taxi Drivers Protest Electronic Express Penalty System 4 1

Denis Walinga, a taxi driver who operates on Jinja stage, says the system now imposes fines on them as opposed to the vehicle owners. He also says that the system doesn’t allow drivers time to negotiate their way out with the taxi owners.
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Buganda Kingdom Criticizes Sections of Coffee Bill 1

The bill proposes the registration of farmers capturing details of the size of land, the number of coffee trees and particulars of the farmers, coffee buyers and sellers among others. The bill also proposes that land, where the coffee is to be grown shall be evaluated by the Uganda Coffee Development Authority to determine its suitability for coffee growing.
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MOH Asks KCCA to Construct Walking, Running Lanes Ministry of Health 1

The health ministry wants KCCA to provide walking and running lanes on Kampala's roads
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Karimojong Street Children Reunited with Families 1 1

Some of the girls who have been on the streets since they were minors returned with children born on the streets. URN reporter saw at least five infants among the group that were produced in Kampala streets.