• Policeman in Kamuli Dismissed From Force For Robbery.0

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    • November 21, 2022

    A police man in Kamuli District has been dismissed from the force after allegations of robbing 75m. Assistant Superintendent of police ASP Michael Bulenzubuto attached to Anti-Stock Theft Unit was before the disciplinary Court. Mr. Michael robbed a driver at Victoria Sugar Company Way Bridge by which the Busoga North Disciplinary Court found and recommended

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  • Cases of Covid-19 Rise in Kisoro District Again.

    Cases of Covid-19 Rise in Kisoro District Again.0

    Kisoro District has been home for many Congolese refugees since the re-mergence of the war between the Congo government and the M23 rebels since March. Due to the increase in refugee population, without screening and observation of standard operating procedure at the boarder communities, there have been reported rising cases of Covid -19 in the

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  • Mbale Land Slides Leave Many Needy.

    Mbale Land Slides Leave Many Needy.0

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    • November 21, 2022

    The August floods in Bugishu sub-region left 29 people dead and about 1,500 displaced after river Nabuyonga, Namatala and Nashibiso burst their banks. The environmental experts attributed the disaster to environmental degradation coupled with effects of climate change. Early last week there were landslides in Mbale affecting residents on the mountain. Many villages including; Shirimi,

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  • What is Earth’s Carrying Capacity -8 Billionth Person Born.

    What is Earth’s Carrying Capacity -8 Billionth Person Born.0

    The UN earlier this week reported that the 8 billionth child was born causing the world population to hit the 8 billion mark. This happens only 12 years after the world population had passed 7 billion. Many scholars remain unsure if the world population has just hit the 8 billion mark as data by UN

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  • Panic As Donors Cut HIV/Aids Funding.

    Panic As Donors Cut HIV/Aids Funding.0

    It is reported that Uganda has about 54,000 people contracting HIV every year – majority of whom are adolescent girls, adolescent boys and young women , the adolescent girls being most affected. Dr. Mary Otieno, Chairperson of the Aids Development Partners’ Group Uganda while addressing participants at the national HIV/Aids symposium in Kampala reported to

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  • Early Schools’ Closure Controversy.

    Early Schools’ Closure Controversy.0

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    • November 15, 2022

    Early last week, the ministry of education announced the early closure of schools. Pre- primary, primary and secondary schools across the country. The term closure was extended from 9th December to 25th November, two weeks earlier that the initial planned time. This decision was influenced by the spread of Ebola among learners which by the

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