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Masaka Bishop challenges gov’t on promotion of industrial productivity

Masaka, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Masaka Diocese Catholic Bishop Serverus Jjumba has challenged the government to dedicate efforts towards enhancing industrial productivity as a remedy to youth unemployment. Bishop Jjumba says that it is high time the country took deliberate interventions that aim at building a sustainable economy, bent …

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Masaka Diocese generates 400 page report from consultation on reforms

Masaka, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A report of at least 400 pages has been generated from public consultations on possible reforms in the administration of the Catholic church from Masaka Diocese. The consultation process which began in February this year has according to Masaka Diocesan Bishop, Serverus Jumba attracted wide …

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Masaka Diocese opens special rehabilitation centre for depression victims

Masaka, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Masaka Diocese has opened a special counselling and psychosocial support facility for emotionally and spiritually stressed people in the area. Established at the Daughters of Mary Convent in Bwanda, Kalungu district, the center will provide psychosocial rehabilitation and support services to people that are …

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Police disperse NUP supporters in Masaka

Masaka, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The venue for the Masaka Diocesan day at Kitovu Sports Arena, was a scene of running battles between police and supporters of the National Unity Platform-NUP who were gathering to catch a glimpse of Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu. Kyagulanyi and Members of Parliament from Masaka sub …

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Catholic Bishops ask Ugandans to pray for peace

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Catholic Bishops have asked Christians in the country to pray for peace in the country. The Bishops highlighted that as it was in the times of the Martyrs, there is much persecution of innocent people all over the country, which is becoming part of the …

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