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Latest News on Uganda: Wedding of the Year

One presenter went Live on NTV Uganda and decided to make an unusual wedding of truth and his friend Friday where all visitors will be required to pay for the wedding so they could attend. The reason to make such decisions is after writer Jemimah Pearl country decides to join to earn a fee of going to study at the University of Oxford. We were Live on NTV Uganda from the wedding. Pearl 32-year-old, he hit the headlines in recent days he decided to join himself as dressed shera. You may wonder why Pearl did this? Pearl for  NTV News Live said that he thinks more will go to educational development than to relax at home and began married life. “At the age of 21 or 22, people began to ask me when I will enter into married life when I see I have many things to do, like go …

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High Court dismisses KACITA case against UNBS

Uganda News Online Today: The High Court in Kampala has dismissed an application filed by the Spokesperson of Kampala city traders association Issa Ssekitto challenging the composition of the standards council within the Uganda National Bureau of Standards.

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State seeks shs 15B to combat Nodding disease

To date, there are more than 3’000 children affected by the nodding disease in the districts of Gulu, Kitgum, and Pader in northern Uganda. Months after the government announced a 7 billion strategy to help deal with adverse effects of the disease, it says it is now seeking 15 billion shillings. NTV News Live Today will provide more information till the end of the day.

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A4C to hold Rally at Kololo

Latest News on Uganda opposition, pressures group A4C hit back at yesterday’s pronouncement by the Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura over rallies during this week’s IPU assembly being held in Kampala. A4C is planning a rally at Kololo airstrip on Tuesday next week to focus on the alleged continued brutality against Ugandans by the police.

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Latest News in Uganda : Museveni opens EALA Session

President Yoweri Museveni today opened the 3rd meeting of the 5th session of the East African Legislative Assembly for UTV News Live in Kampala and called for the fast tracking of the East African Political Federation. He told the EALA MPs that there was need for Southern Sudan and Congo to join the community and emphasized the need for member states to ensure that the Swahili language is taught in schools.

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