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  • Uganda’s education is the death point of imaginative minds

    By Opwonya Nokrach The deficiency in the education sector in Africa is not students reading wrong SUBJECTS at university. The problem in the education sector in Africa is failure of the education sector to inculcate an INNOVATIVE MIND – set in learners as early as possible in their lives. The failure is therefore in Primary School […]

  • Gov’t Dragged to Court Over Aswa Ranch

    A group of political and religious leaders from the Acholi region have taken government to court over the leasing of Aswa ranch to private entities, according to a report by the Uganda Radio Network (URN). URN reported last week that the leaders who dragged government to court include retired Supreme Court Judge, Galdino Okello Moro, retired […]

  • Gospel Artists Up In Arms Over Northern Uganda Music Awards

    Jesse Johnson James Gulu gospel artists under their umbrella, United Gospel Artists Association (UGAA), are protesting over the results of the recently held Northern Uganda Music Awards (NUMA). The artists say the award which took place on January  1, 2020 at Pece War Memorial Stadium in Gulu was characterized by  irregularities like awarding artists under […]

  • Police Blocks People Power Consultation in Gulu

    By Jesse Johnson James Police in Gulu on Tuesday afternoon blocked a consultation meeting of the People Power Pressure group headed by the Kyadondo East Constituency Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine. The consultation meeting was scheduled to take place at Da Covenant, a Bar located in Layibi Division, Gulu Municipality. Kyagulanyi […]

  • Tracing the Final Journey of Archbishop Janani Luwum

    By Olara Otunnu On the night of 16 February , 1977 , a great dark deed was committed in Kampala . Archbishop Janani Luwum was murdered , at Nakasero , by Ugandan president , Idi Amin .  Archbishop Janani was the head of the Anglican ecclesiastical province , then composed of four countries   ( Burundi […]

  • Acholi Province Team Gets Bus From Museveni

    By Emar Okanokodi The Acholi Province football team last week received a new bus to easy the transportation of players. The delivery of the bus follows a request that had been made in May by the Speaker of parliament and Omoro county member of parliament Jacob Oulanyah to president Museveni. Oulanyah is the Patron of […]

  • Tributes come in for Bishop Ojwang hailed

    By Emar Okanokodi & Emmy Ojara Tributes have been coming in for the Reverend Benjamin Ojwang, the retired Bishop of Kitgum Diocese who passed on yesterday morning at Kirudi hospital in Kampala. He was 67. Ojwang was transferred from Gulu Main Hospital two weeks ago where he had been receiving treatment on and off. Wilson […]

  • Former GUSCO Social Worker Testifies In Ongwen ICC Case

    By Tom Maliti International Justice Monitor A former social worker described to the International Criminal Court (ICC) his work at a center that helped former child abductees of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) reintegrate with their community. Eric Awich Ochen also told the court on Thursday last week about research he had done on the […]

  • Scheduled Gulu- Juba Flights To Resume Tomorrow

    By EMar Okanokodi Commercial flights on the Gulu- Juba route is expected to resume in Gulu tomorrow after years of absence. Sky Travels and Aviation Company, a Juba based  firm, will conduct two weekly direct flights from Gulu to Juba International Airport. The maiden flight is expected take off tomorrow at 5pm. Nevy Joyce Apio, […]

  • Mao’s powerful tribute to son, Nicco, as he made 20

    By Norbert Mao What a journey! When you were born your mum and I were overjoyed. That joy continues to fill our hearts. I remember the headline in the Monitor “MP Mao is Dad”! It was a mischievous wordplay of the paper then superintended by the inimitable Wafula Oguttu. Before you were born, I had been […]

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