Unveiling of Entebbe Botanical Gardens' hidden secret

Unveiling of Entebbe Botanical Gardens’ hidden secret

In a thrilling turn of events, a remarkable discovery was made at the enchanting Entebbe Botanical Gardens, as the vigilant police force stumbled upon an unexpected revelation—a potentially dangerous explosive device. The explosive according to Kampala Metropolitan deputy police spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire was detonated after police led by the DPC of Entebbe Police Division was…

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Growing concerns over potential price increases in 2024

Growing concerns over potential price increases in 2024

A mounting apprehension is gripping consumers as concerns continue to surge regarding the possibility of price hikes in 2024. With economic factors, market dynamics, and global events shaping the landscape, experts are closely monitoring the situation to gauge the potential impact on various sectors. Economic Factors: The economic climate plays a significant role in shaping…

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Jinja Christmas prayers marred by lingering memories of church break

Jinja Christmas prayers marred by lingering memories of church break

The festive atmosphere in Jinja, a city known for its vibrant Christmas celebrations, was overshadowed this year as residents gathered for Christmas prayers while grappling with the haunting memories of recent church break-ins. The incidents, which occurred at St Joseph  church left a somber and cautious ambiance, dampening the usual joy and enthusiasm associated with Christmas….

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Uganda makes bold commitment to eliminate tuberculosis and leprosy by 2030

Uganda makes bold commitment to eliminate tuberculosis and leprosy by 2030

The Uganda government has set an ambitious yet attainable goal of eliminating two debilitating infectious diseases within the next decade. The minister of Health Jane  Ruth Aceng announced that Uganda is committed to ending tuberculosis (TB) and leprosy as public health problems by 2030. This new target aligns Uganda with global strategies to fight TB…

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Congolese National apprehended in Jinja for possession of bullets and sketch maps

Congolese National apprehended in Jinja for possession of bullets and sketch maps

In a significant development, a citizen of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been arrested in Jinja, Uganda, for being in possession of bullets and sketch maps. The arrest highlights the authorities’ commitment to ensuring public safety and maintaining law and order. The individual, identified as Levi David Nyanzi believed to be in his…

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Outrage Spreads as Minister Kasolo's controversial Beat the Poor remark sparks anger

Outrage Spreads as Minister Kasolo’s controversial “Beat the Poor” remark sparks anger

Minister Kasolo ‘s recent comment, in which he allegedly advocated for the mistreatment of the poor, has ignited a wave of public anger and backlash. This shocking statement has garnered widespread criticism and sparked a fervent debate on social justice and inequality. The controversial remark, made during a public address, has struck a nerve with…

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