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Agency appeals for more effort against stoke

Mike Sebalu The Stroke Foundation Uganda wants Government to come up with latest updated figures of patients for proper planning as they join the rest of the World to Commemorate the World Stroke day on 29/10 this year. Globally, 80 million people have had Stroke and 50 others survived though

Police, rights activists condemn brutal arrests

By Kenneth Lukwago and Michael Kigozi The Director Interpol and International Relations in the Uganda Police Force Fred Yiga condemns the actions of plain clothed men believed to be security Personnel who were captured on camera yesterday brutally arresting an unidentified man around Christ the King Church in Kampala. Yiga

Religious leaders join fight against gender violence

Kenneth Lukwago Religious leaders through the inter religious council of Uganda undertake to fight against gender based violence and also protect children from any form of violence In their commitments, the religious leaders say they will offer spiritual support, Counseling and guidance to victims and perpetrators, create centers where gender

NGO’s fight oil development till public is heard

Kenneth Lukwago Thirteen Civil society organizations working in the Oil and Gas sector want the development of the Tilenga Oil project delayed until the National Environmental Management Authority conducts a public hearing to consult communities likely to be affected by the project This follows a public notice by NEMA inviting

Politics in Landslides Angers Minister

BY ROSE NAMALE Minister of Relief, Disaster preparedness and Refugees Eng Hillary Onek proposes that all Members in parliament sacrifice half of their salaries for six months to provide humanitarian support for the people of Bududa District who have been affected by landslides. Earler this month, heavy rains in Eastern