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Pastoralists in Ntoroko Task Gov't to Honour Pledge to Construct Valley Dams

18 Jan 2022 · Two years ago, the government promised to construct concrete underground tanks, which would store water during the wet season and provide adequate supplies to the pastoralists during the dry spell. However, nothing has been done since then.

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18:08
18:08

Pastoralists in Ntoroko Task Gov't to Honour Pledge to Construct Valley Dams 2 4

Two years ago, the government promised to construct concrete underground tanks, which would store water during the wet season and provide adequate supplies to the pastoralists during the dry spell. However, nothing has been done since then.
12:10
12:10

Low Turn Up of Learners, Teachers in Ntoroko Flooded Schools 3 1

Despite receiving the tents, the schools recorded a low turn up of learners. Paul Ninsiima the Headteacher Rwangara Primary School says that he was expecting more than three hundred learners who had been mobilized and registered to resume learning, but only 100 reported.
17:30
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Pupils in Ntoroko to Study in Tents 3 2

On Sunday, UNICEF delivered 10 tents each measuring 72 meters to help learners in the affected schools to enable learners to resume studies as they wait for the district to construct permanent structures.
17:13
17:13

Captured ADF Commander to Be Repatriated to Uganda 2 2

Benjamin Kisokorania was captured on Sunday by the Congolese army at Uvira in the South Kivu province as he returned from neighboring Burundi.
14:21
14:21

Tooro Mourns Renowned Educationist Isaac Kaihura 2 1

Kaihura was the proprietor of Fort Portal Secondary School, one of the first schools in Fort Portal. He also owned demonstration farms in Fort Portal and Kyenjojo District.
11:04
11:04

Gunmen Kill Businessman in Fort Portal 1

Steven Nyakairu, a resident of Kyogya Cell in Kitumba Ward, Central Division was killed on Tuesday at 9:00 pm and robbed 1.5 million shillings.
11:25
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1,000 Pupils in Ntoroko Remain Home As Floods Cut off Schools 2 1

The affected learners are from Umoja, Kachwamkumu, Kanara, and Rwangara Primary Schools. In 2019, floods from Lake Albert submerged school blocks and latrines at the schools.