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Schools to close by November 25, Government.

Schools to close by November 25, Government.

Education, FEATURED, GOSSIP, Latest News, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
Government has directed schools to ensure early examinations for non-candidate classes , a move will see schools close early for third term holidays. “Cabinet considered and approved a proposal from the Ministry of Health to reduce the third term by two weeks so as to decongest schools that are likely to increase vulnerability of children to Ebola infections. Closing schools earlier will reduce areas of concentration where children are in daily close contact with fellow children, teachers and other staff who could potentially spread the virus,” the State Minister for Primary Education, Dr.Moricu Kaducu told journalists on Tuesday at the Uganda Media Centre. She explained that the move stemmed from a guidance by the Health Ministry as one of the ways to ensure they control the spread of E...
<strong>ATU and ICT ministers underscore importance of a digital economy for Africa’s resilient growth.</strong>

ATU and ICT ministers underscore importance of a digital economy for Africa’s resilient growth.

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ATU'S Ministerial Forum for developing Africa's Digital Economy. The African Telecommunications Union (ATU) held a ministerial forum on Day 0 of AfricaCom 2022, bringing together participants from Malawi, Namibia, Uganda, and Zambia. The session focused on methods to engineer a new sense of hope for Africa’s digital economy journey. Under the theme ‘Rise Stronger with Digital Economy: New Paths towards a Resilient Recovery and Growth’, the forum was supported by Huawei. Introducing the session, the General Secretary of the ATU, John Omo spoke about digital transformation as the driver of inclusive economic growth, job creation, the improvement of public service delivery, and the optimisation of business services in Africa. “Africa needs digital innovation to spill over into all segments...
Museveni appoints Lt Gen Okidi new UPDAF Commander.

Museveni appoints Lt Gen Okidi new UPDAF Commander.

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President Museveni, who is also the commander in chief of the armed forces has made several changes in the Uganda People’s Defence Air Forces(UPDAF) in which he appointed Gen Charles Okidi as the overall commander. According to the changes announced on Monday evening, Okidi who was at the rank of Major General was promoted to the next rank of Lieutenant General before being appointed the UPDAF commander. The president consequently appointed Lt Gen Charles Lutaaya who has been the Air Force commander as a senior presidential advisor on matters of air force whereas Lt Col Stephen Kiggundu promoted to Brigadier and appointed deputy commander air force , a place which has previously been held by Gen Okidi. Biography Considered one of the blue eyed boys for President Museveni, Lt Gen Okid...
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