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‘False Teacher’ killed in Northern Uganda

  A Female pastor with Pentecostal Assemblies of God (PAG), Margaret Bunia, 45, has been killed on allegations of ‘misleading’ Christians in her sermons. The incident happened at Pagirinya settlement in Adjumani District where she had gone to preach.  The police spokesperson of West Nile Region Josephine Angucia says that

We’ve been chased out of Kampala, Drug-Shop opperators

A row has broken out in Uganda’s human drugs retail industry, following a directive by the National Drugs Authority that effectively orders small retailers out of urban areas. The retail sector has 1300 pharmacies which are large medical stores, half of which are in the capital Kampala, and 11,000 smaller

Poor health services, unemployment and inflation are major concerns for Ugandans

  Most Ugandans, or 60 out of 100, are more concerned about the poor health services in the country, more than anything else, according to a recent survey on the socio-economic situation in Uganda. Lack of employment, high consumer prices and poor transport services follow in that order, with Corruption

South Sudan warring parties sign peace deal

South Sudan’s government has reached a power-sharing agreement with the country’s main rebel group.

Healthy seedlings, key to better yields- Agriculturalists

Agriculturalists recommend that farmers adopt the use of healthy seedlings to avoid diseases that attack vegetables and also reduce the use of pesticides by up to 70% hence realizing improved yields.