• President to support Aquaculture- World Fisheries Day.

    President to support Aquaculture- World Fisheries Day.0

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    • November 30, 2022

    The recently celebrated World Fisheries Day brought the prime minister Hon. Nabbanja and State minister for fisheries Helen Adoa to Serere district where the day’s celebrations for Uganda took place. Under the theme: “Promoting Fish Farming for improved household incomes”, the president pledged to support aquaculture and to continue engaging fishing communities on better fishing

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  • Mauna Loa Erupts Again Since 1984.

    Mauna Loa Erupts Again Since 1984.0

    The world’s largest active volcano, after nearly 40 years- Hawaii’s Mauna Loa is erupting again. The eruption even with larva flowing on one side is said not to be threatening to the nearing communities. South West airlines is not operating from Hilo International because of the eruption – the airline announced. it also reported cancelling

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  • FIFA Lifts Ban on Kenya’s National Football Federation.

    FIFA Lifts Ban on Kenya’s National Football Federation.0

    Due to Corruption allegations, in February, Football’s World governing body (FIFA) suspended the Football Kenyan Federation (FKF) from hosting or playing in any international matches under FIFA ban. Ababu Namwamba- Kenya Sports Minister announced on Monday that the  Federation would be reinstated but warned that official facing charges not returned to the body until his

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  • Street Vendors and Hawkers to Have a Good Christmas.

    Street Vendors and Hawkers to Have a Good Christmas.0

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    • November 29, 2022

    As KCCA  steps up street vendor and hawker eviction operatives, many Ugandans earning a living by such are left jobless and needy. The Kampala City Council Authority resolved that the street vendors occupy the market stalls which was expensive for many due to limited financial capital. The Kampala Central Division mayor -Mr. Salim Uhuru on

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  • Unknown Men Grab Kabuleta.

    Unknown Men Grab Kabuleta.0

    Joseph Kizza Kabuleta, a former presidential candidate was taken to an unknown destination by plain clothed men who grabbed him at his party offices in Bugolobi at about 1:00pm on Monday. A video footage captured at the offices shows 6 unknown men in plain clothing enter the NEED (National Economic Empowerment Dialogue) offices, four approached

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  • Why We Suffer – Part 2.

    Why We Suffer – Part 2.0

    The presence of evil. The question of why we suffer surfaces instantly whenever we are faced with afflictions. This is chiefly so because as human beings, we find it more painful to have no reason for our suffering than the pain we go through at any such moment. As Christians, many of us are pushed

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  • A prelude to “Why We Suffer “- Part 1.

    A prelude to “Why We Suffer “- Part 1.0

    The grim reality of suffering is one that is inescapable for all people from all walks of life. It is the kind of experience that touches everyone regardless of intellectual capacity, social & economic status, health status and even spiritual stance. Because suffering is such a daunting issue, there has been a lot to think,

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  • Uganda To Deploy 1000 Troops to Dr. Congo.

    Uganda To Deploy 1000 Troops to Dr. Congo.0

    Uganda as part of the EAC block is going to deploy 1000 troops to Eastern Congo to fight the M23 rebels that have infested the region causing instability and displacement of many over the years. The East African region including; Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and South Sudan are set to send troops to the Congo Eastern

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  • ‘Drone’ Drivers Arrested In Police Operation.

    ‘Drone’ Drivers Arrested In Police Operation.0

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    • November 23, 2022

    Police have arrested 29 drone drivers in an operation. Drivers of Toyota Hiace minivans locally known as “Drones” that were operating as passenger service vehicles without license had their drivers arrested. The spokesperson of the Directorate of Traffic and Road Safety, ASP Farida Nampiima, told journalists in Kampala yesterday that the drivers have been taken

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