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News today in pictures - November 22

By Hannington Mutabazi

Added 22nd November 2019 01:17 PM

We have captured all those moments that keep you gripped and fascinated with what is happening around you through our camera lenses.

News today in pictures - November 22

We have captured all those moments that keep you gripped and fascinated with what is happening around you through our camera lenses.

PICTURES   NEWS

Pictures tell a story worth a thousand words! And today, we tell you stories in pictures worth all those words.

We have captured all those moments that keep you gripped and fascinated with what is happening around you through our camera lenses.

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President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has today offically launched "SIMI mobile" a phone  assembling plant in Namanve. Apart from Phones, SIMI Mobile also assembles laptops that are sold on the market. 

Museveni has this year alone commissioned over 30 factories. 

Take a look at the pictures through Miriam Namutebi's lenses 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Government has inaugurated the new surveyors Registration Board. The nine member committee is comprised of Judy Rugasira Kyanda, the chairperson, Dr. Moses Musinguzi the deputy, Fiona Nanozi, Irene Laker Kitara, Wilson Sendiwanawa, Barbara Mugenyi, Gilder Kaermundu, Duncan Tayebwa and Wilson Ogara.
 
The minister of lands Betty Amongi presided over the function. She appealed to the Board to help the Government get rid of quack surveyors. Amongi assured the board members of the government's support.
 
Get a glance of the pictures through Francis Emorut lenses
 

 

 

 

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After a heavy downpour, early morning today downtown in Kampala, business was interrupted. Business in Owino market and Kisenyi came to a standstill.
 
The heavy downpour also affected transport, especially for pedestrians.
 
Take a look at the mess in Kampala through Patrick Kibirango's lenses
 

 

 

 

 

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