Caroline Zawedde

Rukungiri district councillors storm Chief Administrative officer to demand for money

A section Rukiga district councilors have today stormed the office of the district Chief Administrative Officer in demand for the money to facilitate their agriculture study trip to Masaka. The councilors who had turned up this morning for a trip were frastrated when the Clerk to Council told them that …

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Rubanda East Legislator and the district chairman clash over government funds

The Rubanda East Legislator and the district chairman clashed for the third time in a period of one month yesterday during the fundraising for the construction of a classroom block at kyokyezo primary school in Nyamweru sub county Rubanda East constituency Rubanda district. It all started when Hon. Henry Ariganyira …

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Uganda Police deploys 18000 officers to keep watch of UCE Examinations countrywide

Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) examination in kigezi region have officiated and delivered well on the examining centres though it has been raining for almost 9hours. According to kigezi police spokes person Elly matte Students in kigezi region, there is heavy deployment of security at every examining centre all over the …

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Justice Tsekoko, former Supreme Court judge is dead

George Wilson Tsekooko, former Supreme Court judge has been announced dead. The Judiaciary has announced the passing on of this former judge by its spokesperson Solomon Muyita and National Broadcaster UBC have confirmed the development. . Justice Tsekoko passed away at Norvik Hospital in Kampala, where he was admitted several …

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Namilyango College blocks its own student from doing his S4 exams

By our Reporter www.kigezinews.com Keeping you informed with the latest news stories. George William Eronda, 18, a student at Namilyango College School has been blocked from sitting his Uganda Certificate of Education examinations. Eronda – the student blocked from sitting for his exams All S4 students countrywide started their examinations …

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