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POLICE IDENTIFIES NANSANA MURDER VICTIM

BY NAMAKULA REHEMA

Police has identified one of the victims in the murder case at Nansana last week as Nampiija Juliet a resident of Namungoona.

Nampiija, a mother of two was murdered at night on her way from a bar in Nansana Town Council.

Police Spokesman Assan Kasingye told Journalist at Naguru Police Head Quarters that at least 5 women were killed in the same week.

Several people have since been arrested to help police in the investigations.

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WORLD FOOTBALL STAR & STARTIMES AMBASSADOR NWANKWO KANU IN UGANDA.

Star times brand ambassador Nuwankwo Kanu is in Uganda today with emphasis to be put on talent development, Digital migration and sensitizing Ugandans on none communicable diseases.

JANET MUSEVENI’S SUCCESSOR DIES

By UTN Reporter

Ruhaama County Willam Beijukye Zinkuratire, has passed away.

PUBLIC UNIVERSITY STAFF RESUME STRIKE ON SUNDAY

Kampala – Staff of all public Universities across the country are set to resume an industrial action this Sunday, after failing to secure their presidential pledge of salary increment with the Ministry of Finance. The President made a directive to the Ministry of Finance to review salaries and wages of all staff of public Universities in the next financial year.

KATIKKIRO WARNS 0N HEALH CARE

Buganda Kingdom katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga has urged people always to care about their health status, as the only way they can fight poverty and change their status. Katikkiro urged everyone to go for HIV tests, so that they start medication

UPC CALLS FOR MORE INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION

By Flavia Namulindwa, Winnie Nabuuma The Uganda People’s Congress has argued Government to increase investment in the education sector, to enable schools in the rural setting to match the performance of urban schools.

KCCA SENSITIZE KARAMOJONGS ON HYGIENE

Kampala - As days draw closer to celebrate the International Sanitation and World Water day, Kampala Capital City Authority has embarked on a sensitizing drive in the city dwellers to improve hygiene in their communities. Today the authority started with a clean-up exercise in Makindye Division in an area occupied by Settlers from Karamoja region, prone to diseases due to poor hygienic conditions.

Besigye treason Case files ready-DPP

Investigations into the treason charges slapped against opposition leader Kizza Besigye are in advanced of completion, the state has informed the Nakawa Chief Magistrates Court this morning.

The update on how far the investigations have gone was made

ST LAWRENCE LAUNCHES JOB CREATORS’ COMPETITION

By UTN Reporter Kampala - In a rare drive to encourage entrepreneurship in Schools, St Lawrence University has launched an annual competition that will see students getting rewarded for their innovativeness and entrepreneurship skills.

THE WINNERS AND LOSERS IN THIS YEAR 2016/17 BUDGET

Works, Energy, Security, health and Education take lion shares Least funded sectors this time round also given glaring attention.

For the first time in the history of Uganda’s budget