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Friday,August 14,2020 08:52 AM
  • In pictures | Museveni tours Jinja textile factory
    09:27 AM 14 August 2020

    In pictures | Museveni tours Jinja textile factory

    During his tour at Nytil, President Museveni said that Uganda has potential to grow the textile and other sectors, and praised the Nytil proprietors for "doing a great job".

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  • Repent, Archbishop Lwanga tells church raiders
    07:58 AM 14 August 2020

    Repent, Archbishop Lwanga tells church raiders

    St Peter’s Church, Ndeeba was demolished on Sunday night following a protracted land ownership dispute.

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  • ▶️  MPs urge political parties to re-examine their ideologies to avoid defections
    07:53 AM 14 August 2020

    ▶️ MPs urge political parties to re-examine their ideologies...

    The Kasese Municipality MP, Robert Centenary, says it is time parties examined their internal politics to handle their differences

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  • Kabale Hospital receives incomplete sets of uniforms
    07:09 AM 14 August 2020

    Kabale Hospital receives incomplete sets of uniforms

    Tabaruka informed the committee that they had treated this as a donation since the money did not come from the hospital budget.

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  • Michael Jordan's sneakers sell for $615,000, new record
    08:14 AM 14 August 2020

    Michael Jordan's sneakers sell for $615,000, new record...

    Though the sale broke the record set in May when a pair of Air Jordan 1's sold for $560,000, the new auction landed below the estimated range of $650,000 and $850,000.

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