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Today in Pictures – Thursday, October 24

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Added 24th October 2019 10:13 AM

Every day we bring you a selection of photo highlights. Take a look at what we have in store for you today.

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Several students have been arrested since the start of the strike

Every day we bring you a selection of photo highlights. Take a look at what we have in store for you today.

Uganda News in Pictures

Makerere University strike enters day three as more students are arrested. The students are protesting a 15% tuition increment.  Karim Ssozi brings you images from the scene.

 

 

BELOW: Jordan Kiwanuka, his brother Adnan Kiwanuka and their mother Beatrice Kavuma Kiwanuka at Makindye family court where they had gone for a court ruling on their family property. The case has been pushed to  October 29 (Photo credit: Miriam Namutebi)

 

 

 

Beatrice Kavuma Kiwanuka arrives at Makindye family court.

 

 International day for rural women

The International day for rural women 2019 celebration is being held in Soroti. The day started with a match at Arapai sub-county headquarters to the Arapai market where the celebration is taking place. The state minister for gender Peace Mutuuzo is presiding over the event themed rural women's economic empowerment through savings and affordable credit (By Godfrey Ojore)

 

 

 

 

 

BELOW: Heavy downpour leaves Kamengo Police officers homeless. All their household items were  destroyed. (By Paddy Bukenya)

 

 

 

Police crackdown on stolen motorbikes in Kibuye

 olice detectives arresting asin ugerwa one of the suspects arrested during a crackdown on motorbike thieves in ibuye ampala on hursday hoto by imothy urungi Police detectives arresting Yasin Mugerwa, one of the suspects arrested during a crackdown on motorbike thieves in Kibuye, Kampala on Thursday. (Photos by Timothy Murungi)

 

 

 

 

 

 

State of the roads in the city

 

 any of the roads in usabala have port holes hotos by imothy urugi Many of the roads in Busabala have portholes (Photos by Timothy Murugi)

 

   boda boda rides past a huge porthole A boda boda rides past a huge porthole

 

 

 

Leader of Opposition on Makerere strike

Leader of Opposition Betty Aol and her education minister Mathias Mpuga want the government to investigate alleged sexual harassment by security personnel on Makerere female students during the recent strike. She made the remarks at a presser at parliament this morning. (By Maria Wamala)

 

 

 

The 2nd UMI international conference 

 eft to right inister for public service ilson uluri ukasa receives a gift from  hancellor eraldine amirembe itamazire as  hairman governing council rancis avier ubanga look on at the closure of the 2nd  international conference y aria amala (Left to right) Minister for public service Wilson Muluri Mukasa receives a gift from UMI Chancellor Geraldine Namirembe Bitamazire as UMI Chairman governing council Francis Xavier Lubanga look on at the closure of the 2nd UMI international conference (By Maria Wamala)

 
 

 

 

BELOW: Deputy speaker Jacob Oulanyah and Gulu University officials meet at Parliament (By Maria Wamala)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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