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Students impregnated during lockdown cleared to proceed with studies immediately schools reopen

By Charles Katabalwa 9th Sept 2021   As the country remains uncertain when government will clear the re-opening of schools, the Ministry of Education and Sports has revealed that it has allowed students who conceived during lockdown period to continue with their studies after delivering.   Denis Mujimba, the Ministry’s Spokesperson has confirmed to the […]

Island MPs threaten to mobilize fishermen against brutality

By Francis Lubega 9th Sept 2021 Members of Parliament representing people from islands have threatened to mobilize masses against brutality from the Fisheries Police Protection Unit and Fisheries army. Addressing journalists at parliament this Thursday, the legislators who included Robert Migadde of Buvuma County, Betty Naluyima, Woman MP Wakiso district and Dr. Michael Lulume Bayiga […]

Families of Masaka Murder victims earns Shs10m each from President Museveni

By Francis Lubega 8th Sept 2021 President Yoweri Museveni has hosted families of those who lost their loved ones to machete wielding group that has been terrorizing residents of greater Masaka region. Museveni consoled widows, relatives and children of the deceased re-affirming his commitment to protect Ugandans and for Masaka in particular some suspects have […]

Parliament can’t influence court to release Ssegirinya, Ssewanyana- Oulanyah

By Francis Lubega 8th Sept 2021 The Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanya has advised legislatures to stop misunderstanding and misinterpretation of their privilege rule while in parliament to avoid contradicting the constitution of Uganda. This came after the Kiira Municipality Member of Parliament Ibrahim Semujju Nganda raised a matter of concern asking Oulanya to update […]