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Civil Society Advocacy Group Against Mobile Money and Social Media Tax Laws Takes New Twist.

The Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group is set to launch a road map to protest the approved mobile money tax after the first campaign failed. The group’s first campaign focused  on soliciting  over 250 signatures from the MPs to ensure they reject to the mobile money tax . In an interview, the group’s executive director Julius Mukunda said the meeting …

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Member Of Parliament Breaks Leg In Terrible Kiryandongo Accident!

Erute North Member of parliament; Charles Angiro Gutmoi Abacacon was last night involved in a terrible accident towards Karuma Dam. The member of parliament was rushed to Kiryandongo from where he has been transferred to Kampala early this morning. Police reveals that Hon.Charles’ Noah was driving his Car, registration number; UAV 039G and collided with a FUSO track; UAJ 730U. The …

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Kiryandongo Accident Victim Suffers Terrifying 50 Million Bill At St.Francis Hospital, Nsambya!

After the terrible Kirandongo accident of a Gaaga bus, a trailer and a tractor that cost 23 lives as per the police report, government came out and did what it could to save the situation. This included airlifting the causalities to Kampala for better medication, giving 3 million and 5 Million to the causalities and deceased’s families as well as …

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LC1 Elections: Nakaseke LC 5 Chairperson Urges Public Not to Elect Thieves!

Chairman for Nakeseke Ignatius Kiwanuka  has requested  the public not to vote for thieves in the forthcoming Local Council 1 elections. “I request all the people to vote the leaders who can protect their property but rather not who take the sides of the rich and steal peoples land” said Ignatius He urged the public to be alert in these …

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World Press Freedom Day Celebrations: Police Named as Biggest Violator Of Journalists’ Rights.

Today 3rd May is the world press freedom day, the journalists in Uganda through their association the Human Rights Network for Journalists have started walking on the streets  to go the railway play ground where the ceremony is taking place . This year’s celebrations are rhyming to a theme “Keeping Power In Check: Media, Justice and the Rule of Law” But …

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