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Museveni warns Bunyangabu leaders against telling lies

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has warned Bunyangabu district authorities against feeding him on lies especially on issues related to service delivery in the area. He was speaking during commemoration of the International Women’s Day at Rwimi Primary School grounds in Bunyangabu district on Friday. …

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UBL joins Women’s Day celebrations with new initiative

Kampala, Uganda | JULIUS BUSINGE | In commemoration of Women’s Day for this year, Uganda Breweries Limited has unveiled a new programme targeting fresh graduates or completing undergraduates whose background is in science technology, engineering and math (STEM). Dubbed ‘women’s day recruitment program’, it has an objective of offering a hands-on experience …

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MUSEVENI: Women are the base of society

  Mityana, Uganda | PPU | President Yoweri Museveni has said that women are the base of society and, therefore, should not be marginalized. Museveni made the remarks during the celebrations to mark International Women’s Day held at Busuubizi Core Primary Teachers’ College in Mityana district on Thursday. This year’s …

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Ugandan corporates embrace International Women’s Day

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  Thursday turned out to be a dramatic day on the Ugandan broadcasting scene, with women MPs, artists and several public officials featuring as programming was adapted for Women’s Day. Out of the studios, several institutions and brands also stepped up their messaging as they …

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MUSEVENI: Security key to empowering women

Ugandans marked the International Women’s Day in Dokolo on Wednesday, with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni stressing that improved security produces an environment in which women and child issues can be raised and discussed. Officiating at the International Women’s Day celebrations in Northern Uganda, Museveni pointed out that discussing women or child issues …

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