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Rector Clarifies on Role of University Student Leadership IUIU 3

Prof. Gyagenda was responding to requests raised by the IUIU outgoing guild president Oguti Nasir, who had asked for some privileges to the guild leadership like being exempted from paying tuition and access to some allowances.
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National Court Open Day To Engage Public On Ways To Tackle Case Backlog 2 1 Top story

Mawanda stated that the Judiciary is making accountability and it will sensitize Court users so as to be able to obtain feedback from them adding that the National Court Open Day is aimed at further strengthening the independence of the Judiciary enshrined in the Constitution.
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Mbarara City to Organise Boda Boda Elections 3

The riders have been without leadership for the past four years, after the term of office expired in 2020. Although elections were scheduled to take place, they were disrupted by the outbreak of Covid-19.
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Dokolo Polls Close Amid Heightened Security Dokolo by- election 2 3

The Police deployed in Dokolo district to man security have been struggling to counter allegations of voter bribery, vote stuffing and violence that emerged in the afternoon hours on Thursday. Major complaints came from the opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) and the Uganda People’s Congress (UPC).
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Dokolo By-elections: Oyam Woman MP, Four Others Arrested Dokolo by- election 2 2

Alum, a member of the Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) party was deployed by the party to supervise the voting process in Adok Sub County. She was picked from Regorego Polling Station in Amwoma Sub County with two other supervisors, Oleko Jennifer Opio and Vicky Atim.
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Dokolo By-election: Voting Delayed by Non-Functional Biometric Machines Dokolo by- election 2 1

At Apenyoweo Primary School ‘A’ Polling Station in Okwongodul Sub County, the Biometric Machine failed to work, leaving more than 30 voters stranded.
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09:27

Voting Kicks Off in Dokolo Amid Delays Dokolo District 2 1

Most of the Polling Stations visited by our reporters started voting after 7:30am due to the delayed turn up of voters to witness the opening of the voting materials. At Angwecibange B and C Primary School Polling Stations located in Central Ward in Dokolo Town Council, voting had not started by 8:02am.