Criticism over PLE poor performance drives student to suicide

Criticism over PLE poor performance drives student to suicide

A 15-year-old girl who recently sat for Primary Seven has committed suicide shortly after the release Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE). On Wednesday morning, the girl who had sat for her final primary exams at Bwikya Muslim Primary School was found hanging which shocked everyone, wondering what could have lead her to such extremes. According to a suicide note that the…

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Retired permanent secretaries demand explanations from the President

President Museveni

Upon the appointment of permanent secretaries by President Museveni, seven Permanent Secretaries were retired. However, these permanent secretaries have come out to demand the President for answers as to why they were laid off yet at the time they were working for government, they were devoted and committed to their work. In the document that had an opening statement stating…

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Digital Equality Award winners announced by Coalition for Digital Equality

Digital Equality Award winners announced by Coalition for Digital Equality

Coalition for Digital Equality (CODE) has finally announced the winners for the Digital Equality Awards. Coalition for Digital Equality is known for majorliy forcing on networking both local and international stakeholders to address the digital gender divide and drive sustainable economic growth in Africa. Hence the organisation came up with awards through which they recognition the achievements of individuals in…

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Nabbanja has proved that women’s money is unchewable- Hon Muhammad Ssegirinya

Kawempe North MP Hon Muhammad Ssegirinya has come out to say that the PM Rt Hon Robinah Nabbanja just proved the saying that women’s money is hard to be chewed. This follows the exercise of giving out COVID 19 relief package the government promised to deliver to the people termed as vulnerable. The exercise commenced and ended a few days…

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More than half of vulnerable Ugandans received the COVID-19 relief cash

More than half of vulnerable Ugandans received the COVID-19 relief cash

As of July 20th, more that half of the vulnerable Ugandans had received the COVID-19 relief cash through mobile money as promised by government. Basing on reports, 413,504 vulnerable Ugandans had already received the relief fund which can translate to 82.5% of the Ugandans that had registered and qualify under the category of vulnerable Ugandans. This money is meant to…

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Uganda receives UGX 5 billion for the Covid-19 response plan

Uganda receives UGX 5 billion for the Covid-19 response plan

Uganda has received UGX 5 billion a donation towards the Covid-19 response from the government of Denmark. The amount is meant to be used for implementing the Covid-19 resurgence response plan through the World Health Organization that shall use the money to fund areas in critical conditions. Furthermore more, the sum that has been donated to Uganda is also meant…

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UIA grants Prof Patrick Ogwang 5 acres of land, 10 years tax holiday

UIA grants Prof Patrick Ogwang 5 acres of land, 10 years tax holiday

Uganda Investment Authority has granted Professor Ogwang 5 acres of land in Soroti Industrial Park to set up and industry and ten years of tax holiday. During the ceremony when the Minister handed over the grant to Professor Ogwang, she said she believes local investors have the potential to build the country and that’s why they have focused on then.…

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Shock as Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja is locked out of office

Robinah Nabbanja

Reports reaching our office indicate that Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja was today’s morning locked out of her office. Apparently, by the time the Prime Minister arrived at her office today’s morning, a few minutes to 8:00am, she found her office locked and there wasn’t a single trace of human existence in the office premises. To make matters worse, the Prime…

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Illegal enforcement of SOPs lands policeman behind bars

SOPs - Bugiri man arrested for killing his two children and severely injuring a neighbor

SPC 2818 Patrick Malimu has been incarcerated on Saturday afternoon for illegal enforcement of Covid-19 SOPs / Standard Operating Procedures. Allegedly, the mentioned policeman alongside another suspect Richard Oyet were both arrested having illegally enforced Standard Operating Procedures at Amoko-Lagwayi Easy village in Pajule town council. The act is considered illegal basing on the fact that Patrick Malimu acted on…

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Drop in COVID-19 patients rules out chances of third wave

COVID-19 cases

National Planning Authority  has eliminated chances of a third wave of Covid-19 thanks to the shrinking numbers of covid-19 patients. The conclusion was drown thanks to the fact that the weekly reports that have been accumulated over time indicate that the number of patients suffering from COVID-19 had dropped over time. Through a model method that was developed alongside Pennsylvania…

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