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International Fund for Agriculture development president has challenged African governments to continue investing in rural populations.

International Fund for Agriculture development president has challenged African governments to continue investing in rural populations.

The president of the International Fund for Agriculture development has challenged African governments to continue investing in rural populations. Dr Kanayo Nwanze made the appeal at the opening of IFADS 40th governing council in Rome Italy. Nwanze who was speaking to ...

David Kugonza

February 17th, 2017

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MUK Council meets to discuss the fate of students whose names are missing from the graduation list.

MUK Council meets to discuss the fate of students whose names are missing from the graduation list.

By Damali Mukhaye. Makerere University Council meets this morning to discuss the fate of students whose names are missing from the graduation list. The guild council yesterday said that over 400 students who are eligible to graduate have not been included on the graduation ...

David Kugonza

February 17th, 2017

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Kyambogo officials quizzed for the failure to account for over 9 billion shillings.

Kyambogo officials quizzed for the failure to account for over 9 billion shillings.

Parliament’s public accounts committee has committed officials from Kyambogo University to the Criminal Investigation Department of Police to record statements for failure account for over 9 billion shillings. The had appeared before the committee yesterday to respond to ...

David Kugonza

February 16th, 2017

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Kayihura has assured security to all foreigners in Uganda

Kayihura has assured security to all foreigners in Uganda

The inspector general of police Gene kale kayihura has assured security to all Chinese Nationals in Uganda and other foreigners. This comment followed mysterious murder of two Chinese National in Makerere kikoni, allegedly by their fellow chines National. According to Gen ...

David Kugonza

February 16th, 2017

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BOU reduces the Central Bank Rate in its continued efforts to stimulate demand in the economy.

BOU reduces the Central Bank Rate in its continued efforts to stimulate demand in the economy.

By Moses Ndhaye The Bank of Uganda has reduced the Central Bank Rate from 12% to 11.5%, in its continued efforts to stimulate demand in the economy. While releasing the Monetary Policy Statement earlier today, the governor Prof. Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile said economic ...

David Kugonza

February 16th, 2017

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