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Protest against social media tax broken up with teargas

Protest against social media tax broken up with teargas

Police made arrests and cleared streets of demonstrators against Social Media Tax in Kampala on Wednesday. The “peaceful demonstration” attracted activists who include journalists, opposition legislators, artists and civil society officials who earlier urged the public to come into the capital ...

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A life worth living is worthy celebrated!

A life worth living is worthy celebrated!

By Dickson Tumuramye Recently I attended a burial celebration of a person I didn’t know. It was my friend’s sister who had gone to be with the Lord. A line up of speakers, one after the other praised this girl ...

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I know Judith Babirye inside out – Pr Bugembe

I know Judith Babirye inside out – Pr Bugembe

Renown Pastor and recording gospel artist, Wilson Bugembe has spoken out about the ‘relationship saga’ surrounding Buikwe District woman MP, Judith Babirye. He has said that Hon. Babirye is incapable of sabotaging another woman’s marriage. Earlier last month, social media went ablaze ...

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A gift without character is destructive, says Brian Lubega

A gift without character is destructive, says Brian Lubega

Can God overlook sin because one is so gifted? Worship leader and Pastor Brian Lubega has said Ministry leaders cannot lead effectively without authentic and godly character. The gospel recording artist, song writer and music director revealed during an interview on LightHouse Television on Monday ...

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Faith leaders urge Ugandans to vote in local council elections

Faith leaders urge Ugandans to vote in local council elections

Faith leaders under their umbrella body the Inter-religious Council of Uganda(IRCU) have urged Ugandans to fully engage in Tuesday’s local council elections.    IRCU, through its Chairperson Mufti Shaban Ramadhan Mubajje said during a meeting with Journalists in Kampala that citizens should ...

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