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Day: October 27, 2022

SOROTI PUNTERS REAP BIG FROM FORTEBET-ALEX MUHANGI SOCCER.

SOROTI PUNTERS REAP BIG FROM FORTEBET-ALEX MUHANGI SOCCER.

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Muhangi gave all the 8 participating teams jerseys and ball plus cash. It was not just playing football but also lots of winning gifts and merry-making in general. All this happened at Hilder’s P/S playground last Saturday, a day that Fortebet-Alex Muhangi soccer tour stormed Soroti City. The tour started with a give back to the community, specifically donating a number of daily-use items to the needy children at St. Francis Rehabilitation Centre. Fortebet and Muhangi then proceeded to the football battlefield, where the clash for the champions took place. Eight teams representing the 7 Fortebet branches then battled out in knockout encounters until the victors, Soroti Market branch emerged. The victors took on Muhangi’s team, in a match that was full of talent show-off. As usual, thes...
Ministers to start compulsory Kiswahili lessons next week.

Ministers to start compulsory Kiswahili lessons next week.

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Cabinet ministers in Uganda will next week start undergoing compulsory Kiswahili lessons to enhance their fluency in the language. The development was revealed by the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for East African Community Affairs Rebecca Kadaga. “Starting on Monday, the entire cabinet is going to start training in Kiswahili officially. It will be on every Monday starting from 9am to 10am for ministers to take lessons in Kiswahili,” she revealed. Kadaga was on Wednesday 27, speaking during the opening ceremony of the second annual East African Court of Justice (EACJ) judicial conference at Mestil Hotel in Kampala. Kadaga noted that the Ugandan government attaches special importance to the issue of integration and to this she said is committed to ensuring a common language ad...
Furious “Muhoozi” finally declares Bid for uganda’s Presidency.

Furious “Muhoozi” finally declares Bid for uganda’s Presidency.

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UPDF General Muhoozi Kainerugaba has finally let the cut out of the bag announcing his ambition to assume the top office in the land. The Four-star General, made the declaration on social media platform- Twitter, revealing that occupying the office is the only way he can repay his mother Janet Kataha Museveni. “The only way I can re-pay my great mother is by being President of Uganda,” he tweeted. Muhoozi then declared: “And I shall definitely do it!!” Stay on this website we shall keep you posted.
FINALLY: Government repatriates Kyotalimye Joan Agnes back home.

FINALLY: Government repatriates Kyotalimye Joan Agnes back home.

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Kyotalimye Joan Agnes, the lady who recently sent out an audio message asking to be rescued from a Saudi Arabian hospital, has today returned to the country under the facilitation of the Government. According to the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Aggrey David Kibenge, Kyotalimye returned aboard an Ethiopian Airways flight that touched the tarmac at Entebbe International Airport at around 10:35am. “As we had informed the country earlier, Kyotalimye today returned to the country from Saudi Arabia and we shall be conducting a few procedures to establish what was actually happening to her when she sent out a distress call,” Kibenge noted, adding that more information would be shared in the due course. He commended the Ugandan Embassy in Saudi Arabia f...
Ebola:30 dead,109 infected–Ministry of health.

Ebola:30 dead,109 infected–Ministry of health.

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The number of confirmed Ebola cases has risen to 109 and the outbreak has claimed 30 lives, Health Minister Jane Ruth Aceng said on Wednesday, adding that the government was setting up an additional treatment centre. Fifteen of the confirmed cases were among health workers, of whom six had died, she told a news conference. Aceng said five treatment centres were operational and a sixth was being set up. “The Ministry of Health with support from partners is setting up an additional treatment facility in Mulago sports field,” she said, adding that the new centre would raise the number of beds available to treat Ebola patients to 351. The virus circulating in now is the Sudan strain of Ebola, for which there is no proven vaccine, unlike the more common Zaire strain seen during recent outbrea...