AGRICULTURE

BREAKING NEWS: UGANDA EASES ON LOCKDOWN OPENS SCHOOLS,CHURCHES,TOURISM,SPORTS PARTIALLY

By Goodluck Musinguzi President Yoweri Museveni has eased on the lockdown after six month since COVID19 pandemic spread across the country. On his 17th address to Ugandans he said candidate classes will open on the 15th October 2020. He also allowed 70 people in each place of worship every day …

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MAKERERE UNIVERSITY RESUMES TESTING ITS STAFF FOR CORONAVIRUS

By Goodluck Musinguzi Prof Barnabas Nawangwe, Vice Chancellor Makerere University has announced the second mandatory testing for all staff starting today morning at the Freedom Square. Nawangwe has not spoken about the positive cases at Makerere University but asked his staff to test for their good and families. “I have …

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CORONAVIRUS FORCE MAKERERE UNIVERSITY TO CLOSE SENATE BUILDING

By Goodluck Musinguzi After 67 Members of Staff tested positive for coronavirus, Makerere University Management decided to temporarily close some buildings so that the virus does not spread wildly. Alfred Maskye Namoa tested positive for coronavirus causing closure of his work space The Academic Registrar Makerere University, Alfred Masikye Namoa …

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PANIC AT MAKERERE UNIVERSITY AS 67 STAFF TEST POSITIVE INCLUDING UNIVERSITY SECRETARY,TESTING SUSPENDED

By Goodluck Musinguzi As coronavirus spreads wildly in Kampala City, Makerere University decided to check its staff after one of their lecturer Amanda Ngabirano came out openly after testing positive. The results were shocking on day 1, Six(6) positive cases out of 72 staff tested. On day 2, Nine(9) positive …

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MINISTRY OF HEALTH GIVING OUT THE BEST GIFTS-MOSQUITO NETS

By Goodluck Musinguzi Mosquitoes and sound can be the worst nightmare to a person that is tired and is looking forward to a warm bed, sweet scent in the room. The mosquitoes will make you scratch your body, turn around in the bed and switch on light in order to …

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FIGHTING MALARIA USING LARVACIDE MOVES TO LIRA AFTER NATIONAL LAUNCH WAS HELD IN KIGEZI REGION

By Goodluck Musinguzi President Yoweri Museveni has directed the Ministry of Health to develop serious interventions against malaria which has become a threat to human life. They include distribution of long lasting insecticide mosquito nets, indoor spraying, treating family members of those who have malaria and now lavicide. Hon Jane …

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MAKERERE UNIVERSITY STEPS UP MEASURES AFTER ONE STAFF ANNOUNCED COVID-19 POSITIVE

Ms Amanda Ngabirano riding a bicycle to work in Kampala City By Goodluck Musinguzi Hundreds of people were inconvenienced at gates entering Makerere University today with temperature checks and stating reasons for entering their premises after the Vice Chancellor Barnabas Nawangwe announced sweeping guidelines last night. Ms Amanda Ngabirano, Chairperson …

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MAKERERE UNIVERSITY MOURNS DON WHO CRASHED IN MOTOR ACCIDENT ON JINJA ROAD

By Goodluck Musinguzi Bad news of a motor accident that claimed one of the best soil scientists in Uganda sent shock waves among the staff of Makerere University. Janet Nabukeera on behalf of the Director Human Resources Makerere University announced the death of late Lukman Mulumba Nagaya a lecturer in …

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3 DROWN IN AFRICA’S SECOND DEEPEST LAKE-BUNYONYI ,HON DAVID BAHATI SAYS GOVERNMENT TO DEPLOY FERRIES

Hon Jane Ruth Aceng Minister of Health was forced to use a boat on Lake Bunyonyi when inspecting health centers. By Goodluck Musinguzi Gen Wamala Katumba, Minister of Works and Transport plus Uganda National Roads Authority(UNRA) should expedite the construction of two ferries promised for Lake Bunyonyi, Africa’s second deepest …

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THREE PROFESSORS DIE OF COVID-19 IN TANZANIA, CAMEROON AND SOUTH SUDAN.

WILL UNIVERSITIES IN THE REGION COPE AS MANY MORE ACADEMICS DEATH HAVE NOT BEEN PUBLICIZED OR STILL UNKNOWN? By Goodluck Musinguzi Professors across the region are mourning two re-known Professors of Public Health and Environmental Engineering who died of “Covid-19” in Tanzania and Cameroon Their death certificates show the cause …

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