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Month: April 2021

Huawei ICT Academy of Uganda launches Free Online Courses open to everyone in May.

Huawei ICT Academy of Uganda launches Free Online Courses open to everyone in May.

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Huawei ICT Academy of Uganda has today launched a new series of free online courses open to anyone interested in building an ICT career with internationally recognized certifications. The courses can be accessed via Huawei’s e-learning portal with no minimum education requirements for successful enrollment. Similar to the existing Huawei ICT Academy curriculum that has been in existence for over 3 years in Uganda at public universities like Makerere University, MUBS, Gulu, Muni, Kyambogo and many others. The new courses are free to all registered learners and come with a certificate of completion at the end of the course. According to Huawei Uganda, the new courses can be accessed online and will be instructor-led in order to simulate the best in-classroom conditions for all student...
Secretes reveled why Rev Christopher Tugumehabwe wants 500m from Archbishop Stanley Ntagali over his wife

Secretes reveled why Rev Christopher Tugumehabwe wants 500m from Archbishop Stanley Ntagali over his wife

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Days after he publicly apologized for committing adultery with a reverend’s wife, former Anglican Church of Uganda Archbishop Stanley Ntagali is being asked to pay Shs530m in damages and legal costs or risk being dragged to court. Last Thursday, Ntagali apologized in front of Anglican bishops and other clergy at Namirembe Cathedral as the Anglican Church marked 60 years of self-governance. “On Christmas Eve 1974 as a young man I gave my life to the Lord Jesus Christ, and I still love the Lord because he has loved me and I have loved to serve him over the years. Sadly, I fell into sin of adultery and I confessed to the Lord to forgive me and I want the church to forgive me,” Ntagali confessed. “My brother bishops, all our partners, brothers and sister in the vineyard of the lord, ...
NUP Youth Councilor Found Dead

NUP Youth Councilor Found Dead

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The newly elected Goma division youth Councillor Shanon Mubuuke was found dead in her rented room in Ntinda zone in Goma division Mukono municipality, at 1 am. Residents suspected that the deceased might have slipped in the bathroom and got complications with her seven months pregnancy thus to her demise. Muyimbwa Charles, a neighbor narrated to us that they last heard councillor shanon talking on the phone while in the bathroom. "We last heard her talking on the phone at around 9:30 am with some people we didn't know, after some hours at around 1 pm, we discovered that her door was not open, we became suspicious" Said Muyimbwa. Muyimbwa and other neighbors started knocking on the door while calling her phone but there was no response. "We went and opened up the small windo...
Kings College Buddo’s Grace dormitory catches fire.

Kings College Buddo’s Grace dormitory catches fire.

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Fire has gutted Grace House, a girls dormitory, leaving all students properties worth millions in ashes. The cause of the fire is yet to be known. According to sources no deaths have been registered in the inferno because all the students had gone to attend their morning classes.  According to Luke Owoyesigyire, Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, the fire started at around 7am from a building housing senior one and three students while students were attending morning preps. “The Police Fire and rescue services have responded to a fire outbreak break at King's college Budo today in the morning. So far, fire and rescue services have managed to contain the fire from spreading any further,” Owoyesigyire said in a statement. It should be noted that fire gutted Buddo jun...
We don’t have any hand in denying Katikilo Mayiga  to speak at sekiboobo’s Vigil, Family

We don’t have any hand in denying Katikilo Mayiga to speak at sekiboobo’s Vigil, Family

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Buganda's premier Charles Peter Mayiga on Saturday faced it rough, after a group of youth connived, with some politicians in Mukono, to deny him to talk to the congregation that gathered at the fallen Alex Benjamin Kigongo's Vigil, at Nekoyede village in Nakifuma Mukono district. the late ssekibob Benjamin kigongo kikonyogo The function started normally at 10 am, with a thanksgiving mass led by the Mukono diocese Bishop James William Ssebagala, after the mass, speeches from all invited guests started and the public address was in its normal state. Drama ensued immediately when the Katikiro of Buganda started addressing the congregation and the public system went off, Mayiga had to wait for over 15 minutes as the system was being rectified but in vain. Today the family of the l...
president Kagame to pastors – must have 1st Degree, worship to be strictly in official church hours

president Kagame to pastors – must have 1st Degree, worship to be strictly in official church hours

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The government of Rwanda led by African strongman Paul Kagame has passed a law that now requires all pastors in the country to have, at least, a bachelor degree in order to preach, with over 6,315 churches closed. According to reports, as at July 5th 2018, the government of Rwanda proposed the new law which has now been passed and is operational. The new law requires all pastors and preachers in Rwanda to hold a bachelor degree in theology. Among other requirements, toilets must be a certain distance from a church’s entrance, church access roads and campuses must be paved, churches must have lightning conductors, and inside walls and ceilings must be plastered and painted The new law also says that as a servant of God after receiving God’s calling, you must also meet the gover...
FUFA Polls 2021: Regional  Delegates to the FUFA Assembly 2021- 2025

FUFA Polls 2021: Regional Delegates to the FUFA Assembly 2021- 2025

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1 *West Nile Region* (Voted unopposed)Delegates representing  the Region to the FUFA Assembly  2021-2025 Ade Frederick  -Chairman / 3rd Division  Ariga Rasoul Ibrahim  (Yumble DFA) Mike Letti  (Arua DFA) Mawadri Charles Delson (Adjumani DFA) Onwang Andrew (Nebbi DFA) Giramia Joan      (Zombo)  2. *Eastern Region FA* Isa Musiwa (Chairman)Isa Magola -3rd DivisionAmin BosaLatif MafukoHaji Jamali NgobiMutesi Zaituna 3. *Kampala Region FA* Idirisa Kasalirwe- Chairman-(Unopposed)- Rubaga DFATamale Haruna-(Unopposed)- Makindye DFAHamid Juma-(Unopposed)- Nakawa DFASande Moni-(Unopposed)-Kampala Central DFADarius Mugoye -(Unopposed)-3rd Division League ClubsAmina Bukenya-Unopposed –Kawempe DFA 4 *Wes...
Local investors thought for a financial bail out due to covid 19effects from  government

Local investors thought for a financial bail out due to covid 19effects from government

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Local investors who are involved in the manufacturing Industry  appealed to the government to waive the Income tax to enable them recover from the effects of covid 19 . The plea was made to the Minister of trade Amelia Kyambade as she toured some of the local factories run by Ugandans in Mukono district Mr. Robert Zikusooka the proprietor of Roykems industries, the makers of Rose Foam mattresses, appealed to the government to avail the local manufacturers with tax holidays, and also remove the income tax from them. "Government is caring for foreign investors only, because they get tax holidays but we as locals are not enjoying such privileges, we need to have such opportunities in order to have a fair business competition with our chinese and indian counterparts" Said Zikuso...
BUY FOOD HERE OR SHIFT REFUGEES – HILARY ONEK TOLD UN.

BUY FOOD HERE OR SHIFT REFUGEES – HILARY ONEK TOLD UN.

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The Minister for Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees, Mr Hilary Onek, has said the United Nations must buy food from Ugandan farmers to feed refugees or relocate them to countries supplying  it.Mr Onek, who is no stranger to such demands, on Tuesday argued that claims that local produce lacks quality is an excuse to ring-fence lucrative food supply for foreigners.“We are going to discuss this matter in Cabinet and we are [not] going to allow procurement of food outside the country by the World Food Programme (WFP), let the money remain here,” he said during a press conference at the Uganda Media Centre in Kampala.The minister was responding to remarks by Ms Rosa Malango, the United Nations Resident coordinator, that WFP was unable to purchase food locally because of “poor qual...
Huawei: ICT has the potential to reduce carbon emissions and leap-frog Africa into a green economy

Huawei: ICT has the potential to reduce carbon emissions and leap-frog Africa into a green economy

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(Kampala Uganda, 23 April 2021) Global tech company, Huawei believes that information and communication technologies or ICTs, has the potential to reduce global carbon emissions by 20% over the next decade. William Xu, Director of the Board and President of Huawei's Institute of Strategic Research, recently said energy sustainability was a daunting challenge that faced all countries over the next decade. “Global energy consumption is growing at an annual rate of 1.7%. Currently 85% of energy comes from fossil fuels. Energy sustainability is a daunting challenge that faces all of us. By empowering a wide range of industries, ICT technology has the potential to reduce global carbon emissions by 20% over the next decade,” said Xu. He added that as many countries commit to carbon neu...
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