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PROF CHRISTINE DRANZOA, MUNI UNIVERSITY’S TOP RANKED SCIENTIST PASSES ON

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU                   ARUA: TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 2022 Prof Christine Dranzoa, Muni University’s top ranked scientist and Vice chancellor has passed on. A natural and biological scientist, Dranzoa’s areas of specialty included biodiversity conservation, ecology, tourism, and gender and community development. At the time of her demise at about 3:30am last …

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DR CHARLES NIWAGABA: HOW HE ROSE TO GLOBAL FAME

BY RICHARD DRASIMAKU ARUA: WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 2022 Dr Charles Niwagaba, Makere University’s second-best scientist and Uganda’s overall third is not new to winning awards and recognition. From a village in Kabale, Western Uganda, his rise through the academic ranks has been glittery. He joined Kigezi College Butobere in 1989 …

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Breaking News: PRINCIPAL JUDGE SURVIVES ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT ON KAMPALA-MASAKA HIGHWAY

Breaking News: PRINCIPAL JUDGE SURVIVES ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT ON KAMPALA-MASAKA HIGHWAY By Goodluck Musinguzi Justice Flavian Zeija, the Principal Judge of Uganda has survived an assassination attempt by unknown gunmen around Buwama on the Kampala-Masaka Highway.  According to sources the Judge’s vehicle is at Buwama Police Station waiting for forensic teams …

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HOW SOROTI CO-JOINED TWINS AND LACK OF WATER AT MULAGO NATIONAL HOSPITAL CAUSED UPROAR THAT REACHED STATEHOUSE CAUSING A MASSIVE INVESTIGATION THAT HAS ENDED IN ARRESTS.

By Goodluck Musinguzi Around 20th April 2021, hundreds of caretakers of the sick were seen fetching water outside Mulago National Referral Hospital. Surgeons in the Directorate of Surgeries reported delayed surgeries at Lower Mulago hospital because sterilization machines wouldn’t get water to sterilize linen. There wouldn’t be water in the …

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EDUCATION IS AN OPPORTUNITY EQUALIZER FOR HUMANITY, FATHERS WORK WITH MOTHERS TO ENSURE CHILDREN GO BACK TO SCHOOL- RAMATHAN GGOOBI PS FINANCE

By Goodluck Musinguzi Ramathan Ggoobi, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development has asked parents to work together so that children are given their lifetime opportunity through education. As schools open their doors for learners, the Permanent Secretary and Secretary Treasury has advised the generation of young …

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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES HAS INVESTED $7 BILLION IN DUBAI EXPO 2020, COVID19 DELAY MADE IT EVEN BETTER

By George Emuron One year delay gave the United Arab Emirates enough time to organize a World-class expo that is being talked about in all parts of the World. It’s going to be the best incentive to most countries whose economies were battered by the covid19 pandemic. Dubai last week …

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UGANDA REGISTERS  300,000 PREGNANCIES IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS,  RE-ENROLL ADOLESCENT MOTHERS AS SCHOOLS OPEN- MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

UGANDA REGISTERS  300,000 PREGNANCIES IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS,  RE-ENROLL ADOLESCENT MOTHERS AS SCHOOLS OPEN- MINISTRY OF EDUCATION By Goodluck Musinguzi Some 5 African countries including Uganda have taken important steps in recent years to protect the right to education of pregnant students and adolescent mothers, Human Rights Watch said. Teenage pregnancy, …

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BUKEDEA COUNTY MP’s POLITICAL ASSISTANT RELIEVED AFTER BROKEN AMBULANCE IS BACK ON THE ROAD

By George Emuron Bukedea: –Following the demand for an ambulance to handle referral cases in Bukedea district, the patients pressured the County Member of Parliament’s Political Assistant to hire primo cars as the Mp ambulance got broken down and ferried for mechanical repair. Sam Muron the Political Assistant for Hon …

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