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Government reacts on  Ugandan female  committing Suicide in Dubai.

Government reacts on  Ugandan female  committing Suicide in Dubai.

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Agnes Igoye, the deputy national coordinator, trafficking in persons department, has confirmed that the person in the video that has since gone viral is Monica Karungi, who comes from the western Uganda Isingiro district. Karungi, according to a video that was seemingly recorded by her colleagues in the apartment she was living in, jumped from the ninth floor of a 12-storied building and landed on a concrete courtyard near a black parked vehicle. Igoye has since explained that they are in touch with the ministry of Foreign Affairs to establish circumstances that could have forced Karungi to terminate her life. The repatriation of her body will depend on how fast the investigations are conducted. It is not yet clear how Karungi went to Dubai since the Internal and Foreign Affairs ministr...
Stephen Kaziimba Urges Journalists to be Ethical While Reporting

Stephen Kaziimba Urges Journalists to be Ethical While Reporting

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The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu has appealed to journalists constantly be ethical while reporting stories. As journalists in Uganda celebrate World Press Freedom Day, which is marked on May 3 annually. In his message, Kaziimba said that the Church of Uganda recognises the role of media in evangelism however, he tasked journalists to ensure that ethics are followed to the dot to avoid staining their reputation. “On this World Press Freedom Day, may we renew our commitment to freedom of the press. I encourage media professionals to remain ethical, accurate and balanced in their reporting,” Kaziimba said. Adding: “The Church of Uganda acknowledges the role of the media in evangelism and community transformation.” The day comes at a time when several reports indi...
Use of Crypto currency is not Allowed in Uganda – BoU

Use of Crypto currency is not Allowed in Uganda – BoU

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Bank of Uganda has notified members of the public that it has not licensed any company or any person to offer cryptocurrency services in Uganda. “This is to advise that Bank of Uganda has not licensed any institution to sell cryptocurrencies or to facilitate the trade in crypto-currencies. This is in line with the official government position as communicated by the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development in October 2019,” a circular by Andrew Kawere, the acting director of the national payments system dated April 29 says. In the last few years, cryptocurrency has gained popularity in Uganda, especially in urban centres. Many Ugandans, especially professionals seeking an additional income and the unemployed have invested in cryptocurrencies in a bid to make a living. However,...
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