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Modern meaning of martyrdom

Hundreds of thousands of Christians once again are making the annual pilgrimage to Namugongo Martyrs Shrines to commemorate the 45 Christian young men (recognized in the spirit of Christian unity or ecumenism as 22 Catholics and 23 Anglicans) who were killed by KabakaMwanga II in 1886. These martyrs are among …

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AFROBAROMETER: Right poll, wrong people

What polling strategy means for Afrobarometer survey findings “Most Ugandans favour proposed reforms to improve elections and Parliament, new Afrobarometer survey shows.” That was the title of a statement to journalists from Afrobarometer’s agent in Uganda, Hatchile Consult Ltd, on April 28 when the results of the survey were released. …

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The Independent wins 3 awards at ACME gala

Three journalists of The Independent walked away with prizes at the recent National Journalism Awards organized by African Centre for Media Excellence (ACME). Haggai Matsiko won in the category of National Print for the story “Inside the shs1trilion bail-out”, Ronald Musoke won Best Feature for the story “Massacre on Masaka …

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ACME AWARDS: The Independent’s Musoke is Uganda’s best feature writer

The Independent’s Ronald Musoke has scooped yet another feature writing accolade at the annual Uganda National Journalism Awards. Musoke’s story Massacre on Masaka road saw him recognized as best features writer at the Uganda National Journalism Awards 2017 held in Kampala on Wednesday night. The award is granted to the feature treatment of any …

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