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Gov’t Bans Early Campaigns, Warns Journalists About Rising COVID-19 Cases

Gov’t Bans Early Campaigns, Warns Journalists About Rising COVID-19 Cases

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The government, through the minister of Information  and Communication Technology (ICT) and National Guidance, Judith Nabakooba, has warned politicians to desist from campaigning when it is not yet time for conducting political campaigns. Minister Nabakooba, who is also the Mityana District Woman member of Parliament, issued the warning in a statement released Sunday October 18, 2020, in which she also warned journalists to watch out for their lives, because chances of contracting Coronavirus (COVID-19) during this political season are high are cases of infection are increasing among the media fraternity. Here below is the Minister’s statement in part;     “The Ministry of ICT and National guidance is mandated to keep the public informed...
‘Only President Museveni Has Mandate To Reopen Schools’-Min. Nabakooba

‘Only President Museveni Has Mandate To Reopen Schools’-Min. Nabakooba

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Minister for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and National Guidance Hon. Judith Nabakooba, who is also the Mityan Municipality Female legislator, has cautioned all Ugandans to stop speculating about the reopening of educational institutions, urging them to patiently wait for a government resolution and communication about the same. The Minister revealed this in  a press statement she issued Sunday September 13, 2020 in which she noted that only President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni reserves the mandate to reopen schools and other education institutions. Minister Nabakooba’s statement reads in full thus; Stop Speculating on Reopening of Institutions Thank you members of the Press for showing up for today's national briefing. I want to st...
Information Minister Nabakooba Warns Of Prolonged COVID-19 Lockdown If Ugandans Continue Flouting Museveni Directives

Information Minister Nabakooba Warns Of Prolonged COVID-19 Lockdown If Ugandans Continue Flouting Museveni Directives

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Minister for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and National Guidance Hon. Judith Nabakooba, has warned that government might be forced to extend the Coronavirus Health Guidelines if Ugandans to stop their indiscipline of not observing the COVID-19 directives that were issued by President Yoweri Museveni and the Ministry of Health. During a presser held on Sunday, Nabakooba said that the Ministry of Health has told Government that the clusters of community infections that have emerged are a bigger threat than that of truckers. She noted that there are dangerous practices such as boda-bodas carrying passengers, people not wearing masks, failure to observe social distancing among others, which she said may force Government to consider extending t...
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