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Raila’s third petition

A comparison of Uganda and Kenya’s presidential election maneuvers  Kampala, Uganda | IAN KATUSIIME | After a dramatic last day filing of his presidential election petition at the Supreme Court of Kenya challenging the outcome of the Aug.9 election, Raila Odinga was caught in the middle of a range of …

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Coping with the hard economic times

With persevere and watching your expenses, you can go over the hurdles we are experiencing as prices spear through the roof COMMENT | PETER KAUJJU | David Mulongo is one of the routine shoe hawkers along Jinja Road, Nile Avenue and mostly the Old Portbell Road in Kampala City, Uganda’s …

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People on low pay suffer brain damage

Study claims they suffer faster memory decline in later life | THE INDEPENDENT | Can earning less money, year after year, take a toll and negatively affect our brains and memory? Unfortunately, that answer may be yes, according to new research presented at the Alzheimer’s Association 2022 Addressing Health Disparities …

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Why are men at higher risk of cancer?

Biological differences may be at play | THE INDEPENDENT | Cancer of most types develops more often in males than in females, and deaths from cancer reflect this disparity. A new study from researchers at the National Institute of Health’s (NIH) National Cancer Institute has analyzed data for 171,274 male …

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Isimba dam shutdown

The energy minister says nobody will be punished until investigations are concluded | THE INDEPENDENT | The abrupt shutdown of the 183MW Isimba hydropower plant on Aug.08 continues to cause anxiety amongst Ugandans, with many urging authorities to penalize those that caused the error. However, speaking as the main guest …

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