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Day: August 27, 2021

Panga Wielding People Claim Another  Life In Greater Masaka

Panga Wielding People Claim Another Life In Greater Masaka

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This follows the murder of a 70-year-old woman was last night. The deceased has been identified as Annet Nampijja, a resident of Kasaali-Masaka in Kimaanya-Kabonera division in Masaka city The incident happened at around 8 pm when the old woman who had gone to the kitchen to get food was attacked by the assailants. Police have now taken the body of the deceased to Masaka regional referral hospital for postmortem. Available records show that between July 22 and August 25, 17 people have been killed by machete-wielding thugs while 14 others are currently nursing serious injuries in the districts of Sembabule, Lwengo, Lyantonde, Masaka, and Bukomansimbi. The police spokesperson for the Southern region, Muhammad Nsubuga, has since revealed that preliminary investigations show that most of the ...
Former Somali President  Attends Promoted Lieutenant General Lokech’s Burial.

Former Somali President Attends Promoted Lieutenant General Lokech’s Burial.

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President Yoweri Museveni and Commander in Chief of armed forces has promoted the late Paul Lokech to the rank of Lieutenant General. This was in his statement read to him by Internal Affairs minister Gen. Kahinda Otafiire at the burial, he said that Lt. Gen Lockech was due to Lokech’s great contribution to the country. Museveni also hailed the former Police Deputy Inspector General for his bravery and integrity. He also promised to continue supporting the former IGP’s family. Lt Gen Paul Lokech died, suddenly, on Saturday last week. The cause of death was revealed to be two blood clots in his lung and ankle caused by an injury he sustained about two weeks ago. At the send off at Paipir Primary School in Padre district, was the former president of Somalia, H.E Sharif Sheikh Ahmed who laid ...
Minister Muyingo launches 3rd edition of Huawei ICT Competition.

Minister Muyingo launches 3rd edition of Huawei ICT Competition.

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(Kampala Uganda, Friday 27th August 2021)The State Minister for Higher Education Dr John Chrysestom Muyingo has today launched the Huawei ICT Competitions 2021- 2022.Launching the third edition of the competitions at Serena Hotel Kampala on Friday, Dr Muyingo lauded Huawei Technologies for working with the government of Uganda to promote the delivery of quality education through ICT. "We partnered with Huawei for the Seeds for the future program and over the years we have always made it a point to play an active role in the implementation of the digital upskilling initiatives in schools and universities across the country," the Minister said. " The Corona Virus Pandemic has presented the sector with profound challenges. No one foresaw the coming of this pandemic and the crippling effect i...
Deputy Prime Minister, Rt. Hon.Rukia Nakaddama Calls upon women to pursue ICT

Deputy Prime Minister, Rt. Hon.Rukia Nakaddama Calls upon women to pursue ICT

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The 3 rd Deputy Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Rukia Nakaddama Isanga represented Prime Minister of Uganda, Rt. Hon. Robinah Nabbanja as Guest of honor at the Huawei ICT Talent Development Report Launch, 2021-2022 ICT Competition launch and awarding ceremony of the 2020 ICT competitions.3 rd Deputy Prime Minister Rukia Isanga Nakaddama, handing over gifts to Nalwoga Doreen, a 2020 Huawei ICT global Competition winner.Deputy Prime Minister Rt. Hon. Rukia Isanga Nakaddama has called upon Ugandan girls and women to take up opportunities in the Information and Communication Technology sector.Rt Hon Rukia Isanga Nakaddama at the event August 27th, 2021, challenged women to take on the male-dominated field in order to excel in their respective careers and improve their efficiencies at work and lifesty...
300 Health Personnel Passed out at St Francis School of Health Sciences

300 Health Personnel Passed out at St Francis School of Health Sciences

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Mukono: At least 256 students have today Friday 27, graduated at St. Francis School of Health Sciences (SFHS) Namataba in Namataba, Mukono district These were awarded with Certificates and Diplomas in various health department disciplines. During the ceremony, the Lugazi diocese Bishop Emeritus Mathias Ssekamanya asked them to be exemplary in their work in order to uplift their profession. He said: “Continue to keep the good ethics. Always serve in humility. Be gentle and kind because the way you treat people will give glory to God and also attract people to the institution.” "The medical profession is one of the most revered professions but some unscrupulous elements are denting the image in form of corruption, unethical conduct and negligence," he added Buruhani Buzige , the Allied Heal...
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