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50 districts receive UGX 1.8B for COVID-19 fight

Nakaseke, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | The Ministry of Health has released 1.8 Billion Shillings to 50 districts to boost the fight against the COVID- 19 pandemic. Uganda has so far registered 5,380 cases and 60 deaths of COVID 19 pandemic.  However, several districts are struggling to trace contacts, manage patients …

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Koomu, Kigula win NRM primaries in greater Luweero

Luweero, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |  The Incumbent Chairpersons of Nakaseke and Nakasongola districts have won the National Resistance Movement primaries opening their opportunities to retain their seats. Nakaseke District Chairman Ignatius Koomu Kiwanuka defeated his rival Wasswa Tadeo Ziritwawula, the current Chairperson of Ngoma Town Council to retain the party …

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Nakaseke district struggles to pool vehicles for COVID-19 fight

Nakaseke, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |  Authorities in Nakaseke are struggling to pool vehicles to help the surveillance team to respond to management of COVID 19. Last month, President Yoweri Museveni directed that all government vehicles at the district be surrendered to a pool to be overseen by the district health …

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Chinese firms donate UGX 98M to Nakaseke for COVID19 fight

Nakaseke, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |  Nakaseke district has received a boost of Shillings 98 million from Chinese firms in Kapeeka Town council to finance the activities of the Corona Virus Task Force. The money was handed over to Nakaseke district by General Salim Saleh, the Chairperson of the 16 Chinese …

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Museveni cautions UPDF to guard against contamination

Nakaseke, Uganda  | THE INDEPENDENT |  President Yoweri Museveni has cautioned Uganda People’s Defense Force- UPDF soldiers against what he called contamination. He explained that earlier armies including that of the colonial and traditional leaders misused power and turned against civilians, which led to the collapse of the country. He was …

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