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The best news photos from Wednesday

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Added 23rd January 2019 10:27 PM

Our selection of some of the most striking news photographs taken around Uganda on Wednesday

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Makerere University students stranded in a lecture room at the School of Social Sciences amid an ongoing staff strike. Photo by Ashraf Kasirye

Our selection of some of the most striking news photographs taken around Uganda on Wednesday

 

s eogratius iyingi left and eronica sala itchetero right share a light moment with iss orld frica uinn benakyo at arliament after a motion was passed to recognise her efforts in the iss orld pageant hoto by iriam amutebiMPs Deogratius Kiyingi (left) and Veronica Isala Bitchetero (right) share a light moment with Miss World Africa Quinn Abenakyo at Parliament after a motion was passed to recognise her efforts in the Miss World pageant. Photo by Miriam Namutebi

 

benakyo with iss ganda oundation  renda anyonjo and evin ziwa in the arliament chambers during plenary hoto by iriam amutebiAbenakyo with Miss Uganda Foundation CEO Brenda Nanyonjo and Kevin Zziwa in the Parliament chambers during plenary. Photo by Miriam Namutebi

 

umes emerging from the embo teel ills factory at asolo village in ganga district hoto by eorge itaFumes emerging from the Tembo Steel Mills factory at Kasolo village in Iganga district. Photo by George Bita

 

embers of mart nline rivers ssociation voting by show of hands during a meeting at entenary ark in ampala he members unanimously voted to disassociate themselves from existing ridehailing smartphone apps and vowed to create their own hoto by palanyi sentongoMembers of Smart Online Drivers Association voting by show of hands during a meeting at Centenary Park in Kampala. The members unanimously voted to disassociate themselves from existing ride-hailing smartphone apps and vowed to create their own. Photo by Mpalanyi Ssentongo

 

llegal fishing boats that were impounded from inja and ayuge hoto by oreen usingoIllegal fishing boats that were impounded from Jinja and Mayuge. Photo by Doreen Musingo

 

 inger ylver yagulanyi errick azekuketa and errick umusiime during their registration at the igh ourt as lawyers hoto by ilfred anya(L-R) Singer Sylver Kyagulanyi, Derrick Bazekuketa and Derrick Tumusiime during their registration at the High Court as lawyers. Photo by Wilfred Sanya

 

  vice chairperson am ngola secretary general asule umumba and the vice chairperson for aramoja region imon eter leper chat following a press conference at the party premises hoto by ancy anyonga(L-R) NRM vice chairperson Sam Engola, secretary general Kasule Lumumba and the vice chairperson for Karamoja region, Simon Peter Aleper, chat following a press conference at the party premises. Photo by Nancy Nanyonga

 

ssistant nspector eneral of olice san asingye right speaks to the regional olice commander oroto ichard aruk centre after unveiling a policy whereby all olice personnel will have to work in aramoja as their first deployment for at least two years hoto by landason anyamaAssistant Inspector General of Police, Asan Kasingye (right) speaks to the regional Police commander Moroto, Richard Maruk (centre) after unveiling a policy whereby all Police personnel will have to work in Karamoja as their first deployment for at least two years. Photo by Olandason Wanyama

 

eteorologist illiam eorge mong from ganda ational eteorological uthority addressing the press at ganda edia entre in ampala e said sporadic rains will continue until midebruary and called on farmers to prepare to plant in a more stable rainfall season that starts in arch hoto by imothy urungiMeteorologist William George Omong from Uganda National Meteorological Authority addressing the press at Uganda Media Centre in Kampala. He said sporadic rains will continue until mid-February and called on farmers to prepare to plant in a more stable rainfall season that starts in March. Photo by Timothy Murungi

 

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