Tuesday, November 29Elite News ---- For Adverts or Story call: 0788166280 | 0705145487-----
Shadow

FEATURED

URA Treats Clients To Sumptuous X-Mas Bash

URA Treats Clients To Sumptuous X-Mas Bash

FEATURED, NEWS
By Keefa Nuwahereza As a way of giving back to their clients, management at Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) on Tuesday decided to treat their clients to a massive Christmas bash. The bash, which was attended by several  top taxpayers in Uganda, was held at the URA Tower in Nakawa. The cake URA served her clients at the X-Mas Bash While commenting about this lovely treat ahead of Christmas, URA Tweeted thus; "We just really want to share with you, dear Taxpayers, the spirit of Christmas as we serve you with purpose. "We are saying "Thank you for paying your taxes" in the language called for you deserve it. This is happening now on the upper ground of the URA Tower. Some of the Taxpayers who were served cake Elite News has learnt that URA also cut a del...
‘I Quit My Banking Job To Start Personal Business And I Don’t Regret’- Kamuganga

‘I Quit My Banking Job To Start Personal Business And I Don’t Regret’- Kamuganga

FEATURED, NEWS
By Keefa Nuwahereza Many youth think that they cannot start up their own companies or businesses by exercising their entrepreneurial skills. But for Gadi Kamuganga, a youthful real estate agent running a personal company called 'Buy A House Kampala Uganda LTD,' it is a different story. He tells friends working with big companies in Kampala that they can quit their and start up private businesses but very few believe him. Kamuganga at one of his projects However, here below is his very touching story, which he shared with hundreds of thousands of f his followers on social media;"These pictures speak volumes, that was 2011 after Quitting a Banking Job but couldn't find another job. Kamuganga built this property for sale I decided to join a friend i had met a few months...
Zambia Learns From Uganda, Legalises Marijuana Growing

Zambia Learns From Uganda, Legalises Marijuana Growing

FEATURED, NEWS
By Keefa Nuwahereza If you thought it is only Uganda that is rooting for marijuana growing and exportation then you're behind news. Elite News website has learnt that Zambia has legalised the production and export of cannabis for economic and medicinal purposes.  Zambia’s motivation is rooted in a hefty fiscal deficit and growing debt burden.  External debt grew to $10.5b at the end of 2018 from USD8.74 billion a year earlier. This venture is estimated to gross up to USD36 billion annually. Although, it’s not clear whether Zambia has actually legalized the use of cannabis, it is one of several countries progressively looking to commercialize the plant. This however comes at a time when Uganda and other Africa countries are grappling with making the decision to ...
Dr Sudhir Bails Out Tamale Mirundi By Paying Medical Bills

Dr Sudhir Bails Out Tamale Mirundi By Paying Medical Bills

FEATURED, NEWS
By Keefa Nuwahereza Kampala mogul Dr Sudhir Ruparelia, of the Ruparelia Group and Ruparelia Foundation, has expressed his generous heart once again after paying Tamale Mirundi's medical to zero. Mirundi has been hospitalised at Kisubi hospital since last week, where he was rushed after getting thoracic complications, which deterred him to talking. However, after getting medical attention from surgeons at Kisubi Hospital, Mirundi reportedly failed to pay the hefty medical bills and despite  being the Presidential Advisor on media affairs, government refused to intervene. So after getting stuck in hospital, Mirundi passed out word about the matter and before long  bags of money had been delivered to his sickbed courtesy of Dr Sudhir, Frank Gashumba, Salim Uhuru and young tycoon ...
Caretaker boss Freddie Ljungberg urges Arsenal board to finally appoint a permanent manager

Caretaker boss Freddie Ljungberg urges Arsenal board to finally appoint a permanent manager

FEATURED, SPORTS
Freddie Ljungberg has pleaded with the Arsenal board to finally appoint a permanent manager after another humiliating day at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners were blown away by champions Manchester City, who stormed into a 3-0 half-time lead but could have scored at least three more during another bitterly disappointing afternoon for Arsenal - who have now gone six games without a home win. From his five games in interim charge, Ljungberg has tasted victory just once - in last Monday’s 3-1 win at West Ham.
‘Don’t Lay Wreaths On My Coffin, Donate Money To Poor People-‘ Bishop Ssentongo

‘Don’t Lay Wreaths On My Coffin, Donate Money To Poor People-‘ Bishop Ssentongo

FEATURED, NEWS
By Keefa Nuwahereza Mourners who attended fallen Bishop Henry Ssentongo's requiem mass on Sunday at Rubaga Cathedral, were stunned after being told that the Bishop's dying wish was that no mourner should lay a wreath on his coffin or grave. He instead beseeched  the mourners, through his Will, to use their money to buy food and other necessities for the needy people across country. Bishop Ssentongo,83, who was the retired Bishop of Moroto Diocese, died last Wednesday at Nsambya due to cancer. Bishop Henry Ssentongo(RIP) with some Catholics who adored him Born in Kalungu District, Bishop Ssentongo went to Kalungu Primary School and Villa Maria Primary School before joining Bukalasa minor Seminary and later Katigondo Major Seminary where he stayed for only one and half year...
FDC Celebrates 15th Birthday With Glamour At Namboole Stadium

FDC Celebrates 15th Birthday With Glamour At Namboole Stadium

FEATURED, NEWS
By Keefa Nuwahereza  Tens thousands of  Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party have today gathered Namboole Stadium to celebrate the Party's 15th Anniversary. Led by the FDC president Patrick Oboi Amuriat and the Spokesperson Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, several FDC stalwarts, supporters and members are already engaging the day's activities. FDC stalwarts at Namboole Stadium The event started with marching where members of each in Uganda marched in front of the FDC party bosses, as expression that the Party is well-represented all over the country. However, unlike other FDC rallies that have been clamped by the police, this time round the police allowed the event, but is heavily deployed within and without Namboole to ensure that no chaos breaks out as FDC stalwarts ...
Uganda Cranes Thrash Djibouti 4-1 In CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup

Uganda Cranes Thrash Djibouti 4-1 In CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup

FEATURED, NEWS, SPORTS
By Keefa Nuwahereza All is going on well for Uganda Cranes in the  CECAFA 2019 Senior Challenge Cup group stages with an unbeaten record, following a comprehensive 4-1 victory against Djibouti on Sunday at the Star Times Stadium, Lugogo. KCCA midfielder Muzamiru Mutyaba opened the scoring with a well taken kick from the penalty spot in the 14th minute. Three second half goals from winger Joackim Ojera as well as two second half substitutes Ben Ocen and Bright Anukani crowned the day for the tournament hosts. Haroun Mohamed scored the consolation for Djibouti. Mutyaba’s penalty arrived after a handball in the forbidden area by the Djibouti defender after Paul Mbowa’s cross from the left on 13 minutes. Ojera doubled the lead after 65 minutes when he finished Abdul Wata...
West African Leaders Pray For Souls Of 71 Slain Niger Soldiers

West African Leaders Pray For Souls Of 71 Slain Niger Soldiers

FEATURED, NEWS
By Keefa Nuwahereza We reported last week how terrorists had killed 71 soldiers of the Niger armed forces following a surprise attack on a military camp. Following the gruesome massacre, leaders from west African countries fighting the jihadist insurgency in the Sahel held a prayer service in Niger beside the graves of 71 soldiers who were killed last week during an attack on a military camp. West African leaders pay their last respects to the slain soldiers They were buried on Friday inside a military base close to the capital Niamey. The Islamic State (IS) group said it carried out the attack. A regional force, helped by French troops, is battling the jihadists. Analysts say the insurgency waged in the Sahel by militants linked to IS and al-Qaeda is escalating at a...
Shock As Makerere University Student Is Electrocuted To Death At Hostel

Shock As Makerere University Student Is Electrocuted To Death At Hostel

FEATURED, NEWS
By Keefa Nuwahereza  Untold shock and grief have engulfed Makerere University Kampala (MUK), after a final year student got electrocuted to death at her hostel. According to sources at the University, Viola  Namulinda, who was in her final year, pursuing a Bachelor of Pharmacy, was found dead at her hostel.  Namulinda  is said to have been electrocuted while conducting chores, which led to her immediate death. Her body was later reported by a friend who had gone to check on her, only to find her lying lifeless on the floor. The corpse was later taken to Kampala Capital City Mortuary in Mulago for postmortem as investigations into her sudden death continue. However, by the time of filing this story, neither the University Management nor the police had issued a statement ...
WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com