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Makerere in post-discharge malaria prevention study

Makerere University has partnered with Masaka, Hoima and Jinja hospitals to conduct a Post Dicharge Malaria Prevention Study following the increased number of children who die of aneamia related-severe malaria within six months after being discharged from hospitals. According to researchers, among what they will be looking for is why …

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Witnesses in Muslim Cleric case shun court

 Hearing of the case in which Tabliq leader Sheikh Yunus Kamoga and 13 others are accused of murdering Muslim Clerics Sheikh Hassan Kirya and Mustapha Bahiga on Feb.06 flopped after witnesses failed to appear as earlier asked by court. Justices of the International Crimes Division Ezikiel Muhanguzi, Percy Tuhaise and …

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Mumbere agrees to be guarded by UPDF

Jinja High Court on Feb.06 released the Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere on bail following an agreement reached between the state and his lawyers that his security shall be provided by the UPDF royal guard Brigade and not the Rwenzururu royal guards. Mumbere who was released on a non-cash bond …

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Two men found with Hippo, Warthog teeth convicted

Buganda Road Court has convicted two men in Kampala who were recently arrested with protected animal species. Chief Magistate James Eremye convicted Daniel Gumwa and Calvin Mwanje both residents of Kampala, on their  own plea of guilt, and ordered Gumwa to serve six months in Luzira prison while Mwanje should  …

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Slain Muslim clerics trial to be heard in camera

The International Crimes Division Court has barred the media and members of the public from attending proceedings in the case where 14 people are accused of plotting the murder of Muslim clerics across the country. This after lead judge Ezekiel Muhanguzi granted prosecution’s request to have its four next witnesses testify …

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Govt taking steps to reduce domestic arrears

Government is taking steps in ministries and departments intended to reduce and solve the problem of increasing domestic arrears, the Minister of State for Finance David Bahati has said. One of the steps, the minister said was instituting prepaid systems for utilities. “The biggest part of domestic arrears is on …

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