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MUK students vow to continue striking

By Aloysious Kasoma Makerere University students have vowed to continue striking if the government doesn’t look into the university conditions. The students want the government to order the university to scrap off the 60% payment policy introduced by the university last month. According to Kata Ivan the university Guild President, …

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Museveni is hijacking Parliament-DP

By Aloysious Kasoma Opposition Democratic Party has accused president Museveni of hijacking parliament whenever issues of accountability and corruption arise. Democratic Party Deputy Spokesperson Kenneth Kakande said that the president is protecting corrupt officers which will lead to the country’s loss of billions from the donors. “Museveni is also involved …

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Use of ICTs can fetch farmers more dividends

By Ronald Musoke Judith Payne, the e-business Advisor at USAID in Washington has reminded agriculture-dependant countries like Uganda to harness the potential of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) if their farmers are to improve their livelihoods. With about 70% of Ugandans believed to derive their livelihood directly from agriculture, Payne said …

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Pope Benedict to resign

By Aloysious Kasoma The Catholic church all over the world has been surprised by the news from the Vatican that Pope Benedict xvi is set to resign due to health conditions. Pope Benedict delivered in Latin to members of a consistory or church council, announcing his planned resignation on Monday. …

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MPs inspect KCCA projects

By Aloysious Kasoma Members of Parliament on Local Government Committee took a day off to move around some parts of the city to inspect different projects done by Kampala Capital City Authority. The MPS however were not convinced with the quality of the work done by the authority in the …

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