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Uganda Receives Nigerian Technical Aid Volunteers

Directorate of Technical Aid Corps (DTAC), says the government of Uganda has officially received the Nigerian delegation of Technical Aid Volunteers (TAV), in a grand ceremony. Mr. Mohammed Shehu, Special Assistant to the Director-General (D-G), of DTAC, Dr. Pius Olasunkanmi,

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Uganda: Bobi Wine, Party Withdraws Election Petition From S/Court

Ameh George Robert Kyagulanyi popularly called Bobi Wine has withdrawn his Presidential petition challenging the 2021 Uganda election results, his party’s spokesman Joel Ssenyonyi has told newsmen in Uganda. According to him, “We have respect for the justice system but

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Dabiri-Erewa Says Omah Lay, Tems Are With Nigerian Mission In Uganda

The Chairman, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has revealed that the two Nigerian singers, Omah Lay and Tems who were arrested in Uganda for allegedly violating Covid-19 safety protocol have been released and are now with the Nigerian Mission

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MTN To Dispose Investment In Ghana, Uganda

By Charles Ebi MTN said it has concluded an arrangement to dispose of its 49% equity holdings in the Ghana and Uganda Tower Company investments to a subsidiary of American Tower Company. The South African telecom giant made this known

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Cattle Now To Get Birth Certificate From Government

Plans have reached an advanced stage for the issuance of “birth certificates” for the animals as well as registration of all farmers and their cattle by the Ugandan government. Ugandan Minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, Vincent Ssempijja, said

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Uganda Landslide Claims Over 30 Lives

By Chidozie Ogbonnaya with agencies No fewer than 30 Ugandan lives have been lost due to landslide following heavy rains in the eastern part of the country. It is feared that the death toll could rise as a government rescue team

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Afcon 2017: Ghana, Uganda, Egypt, Mali battle in Group D

GHANA: Nickname: Black Stars Africa Cup of Nations High Point: Champions (1963, 1965, 1978, 1982) How they qualified: Won four of their six games and dropped their only points in draws with Mozambique and Rwanda. A 7-1 thrashing of Mauritius

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Two girls die after circumcision

A teenage girl died after undergoing a botched female circumcision in Sierra Leone, police said Thursday, just days after the death of a 10-year-old girl in Guinea. Female genital mutilation is widespread in the neighbouring West African countries, with about

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Boy Criscent Bwambale sees for the first time in Uganda

For the first six years of his life Criscent Bwambale was one of 18 million people in the developing world currently estimated to be living with preventable blindness. He was born with cataracts, able to make out only vague areas

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