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Tororo diocese registers 4,000 martyrs day foot pilgrims

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | More than 4,000 pilgrims from Tororo Archdiocese have already registered for this year’s foot pilgrimage to Namugongo, Tororo Archbishop Emmanuel Obbo has said. Obbo said more foot pilgrims are expected to register for foot pilgrimage from the Archdiocese which will animate this year’s Martyr’s Day …

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Court summons Tororo North County MP over a debt

Kampala, Uganda | GODFREY SSALI | The High Court in Kampala has summoned MP Tororo North County, Annet Nyakecho to respond to claims by OWAIS Motors (U) Ltd that she has refused to pay 85 million shillings being balance for the car she purchased. Owais motors says, that on 13 …

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Govt to help organise Tororo-Teso festival in non-controversial venue

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Government will help the Iteso in Tororo organise a cultural festival in a non-controversial venue and also extend financial support following Saturday’s aborted event. Police stormed the event at King George V Memorial ground , saying the choice of venue was considered provocative and raised …

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VIDEO: Tororo District in panic over leaflets

VIDEO: Tororo District in panic over circulating leaflets  Residents of Tororo district are in panic over a letter that was dropped in the town centre purportedly giving Itesots a one week ultimatum to leave the district The unsigned letter is purported to have come from the Japadholas. The letter purportedly threatens …

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Court confirms NRM’s Nyakecho as Tororo North MP 

The Court of Appeal has reinstated NRM’s Annet Nyakecho as the validly elected Member of Parliament for Tororo North Constituency. This after three justices, Deputy Chief Justice Steven Kavuma, Paul Mugamba and Alfonse Owiny-Dollo allowed Nyakecho’s appeal against a decision of Mbale High Court Judge Patricia Wasswa Basaza who had …

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Uganda Finance Officers in court for seeking bribe from China’s Guagzhou

Two employees of Ministry of Finance have been charged with corruption before Uganda’s Anti-Corruption court and remanded to Luzira prison until April 13. John Charles Ogol, a principle finance officer together with Geoffrey Turyamuhika, a senior economist,  appeared before Chief Magistrate Agnes Alum Friday and denied the charges. Prosecution alleges that …

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