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UCU students prefer  both practical and theory learning.

UCU students prefer  both practical and theory learning.

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UCU is on track to realize thier theme by teaching theory accompanied by practical skills . Speaking to some students at UCU about what they think about having a more practical form of learning to theorize, this is what they had to say. Our main reason for coming here is to get skills and other values on how to make the church more sound. So, of course, we need the practical bit. Theory helps us learn how to talk to people and the vocabulary to use. Theory shapes and prepares us for the world we will encounter after completing this course, but we need practical projects to learn how to work with Christians in church. , we need a blend of the two and not theory alone. I think there should be a balance between practical and theoretical because, then, we will be more proactive in what we do. ...
The battle  for Ntaawo land ownership between UCU and Residents resurrects.

The battle  for Ntaawo land ownership between UCU and Residents resurrects.

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It has been three years since the two parties are no bickering over the contested Ntawo land, it seems the honeymoon over, it was Sunday night when goons allegedly with protection from police knocked down a house belonging to Mzee John Jingo. The residents said that police blocked access to the house and it was in the mid night that's when they started hearing people knocking down the house. "We made the alarm that gathered many of us so that we could rescue the house but police fired bullets and we ran away," said the residents. Nagayi Harriet the daughter of Jingo said that she was born and raised in the contested house and the house belongs to her father. They have been using it and the land for many years. She adds that they were surprised when police stopped them when they brought...
ROTARIANS URGED GOVERNMENT.

ROTARIANS URGED GOVERNMENT.

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Rotarians in Sonde have advised the government for policy change to make basic education a priority and to reinstate public libraries all over the country as a way of eradicating illiteracy in Uganda. The Rotarians were celebrating Drop Everything and Read - DEAR Day across the country at Jinja – Misindye C.O.U primary school where they provided schools with basic reading tips and also reached out to seven schools with textbooks. Proscovia Nakawunde, the Head teacher jinja misindye Primary school commended the sonde Rotarians for providing them with the books citing shortage of reading books, she noted that the pupils read in groups a policy which is not effective. "With the population of 450 pupils, the school has reading books, they don't have enough desks, they read in groups seven p...
Former Japanese Prime Minister Abe shot, in critical condition.

Former Japanese Prime Minister Abe shot, in critical condition.

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Former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe collapsed and showed no sign of life after being shot twice on Friday when he was delivering a speech in the western city of Nara, local media reported. Abe fell to the ground and was seen bleeding after he was shot from behind at 11:30 a.m. local time by an unidentified man with a gun, local police and firefighters said. While speaking in front of Kintetsu Railway’s Yamato-Saidaiji Station ahead of Sunday’s upper house election, Abe fell to the ground after the second shot rang out, according to the police. Abe, 67, was rushed to the Nara Medical University Hospital in Kashihara City and showed no vital signs, according to the local police and emergency services. The Nara City Fire Department confirmed that the former Japanese PM was in cardio-pul...