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The Minister Of State for Finance and General Duties Henry Musasizi, has defended the increase of tax on fuel products from Shs1450 to Shs1550 saying Uganda’s economy has recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic & the increase is part of Parliament’s earlier recommendation to have tax on fuel products increased every two years.

By Godfrey Kiyingi/KMA Updates The Minister Of State forF inance and General Duties Henry Musasizi, has defended the increase of tax on fuel products from Shs1450 to Shs1550 saying Uganda’s economy has recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic & the increase is part of Parliament’s earlier recommendation to have tax on fuel products increased every two […]

The Minister Of State for Finance and General Duties Henry Musasizi, has defended the increase of tax on fuel products from Shs1450 to Shs1550 saying Uganda’s economy has recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic & the increase is part of Parliament’s earlier recommendation to have tax on fuel products increased every two years. Read More »

“THE PRESIDENT IS IN GOOD SPIRITS AND WILL SOON BE OUT OF ISOLATION” – DR. KENNETH OMONA ASSURES UGANDANS

PPS Kenneth Omona reads through some of the messages on a banner wishing President Museveni a quick recovery before he received it to take to the president. The banner was placed at State House gate in Nakasero. PPU. PPS Kenneth Omona reads through some of the messages on a banner wishing President Museveni a quick

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Special Message from Uganda’s first lady and Minister Of Education and Sports Hon.Janet Museveni

Bishops, pastors, brothers, sisters in Christ, men and women of God, Today, the Lord leads me to thank you for your prayers for the health of the President, myself, and our entire family. Thank you for standing in the gap especially for your President, because the enemy, who has never known that he was defeated

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Taiwan envoy to Somaliland calls on WHO to let Taiwan join World Health Assembly

Featured Photo Caption:Taiwan’s Ambassador to Somaliland H.E Allen.C. Lou (MOFA Photo) By Duncan DeAeth,Taiwan News, Staff Writer Allen C Lou says Taiwan’s experience with COVID-19 justifies cooperation with WHO TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Allen C. Lou (羅震華), Taiwan’s representative to Somaliland, issued a public call for the World Health Organization (WHO) to admit Taiwan to proceedings

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Covid inquiry demands to see Boris Johnson’s WhatsApp messages

Boris Johnson – ANDY RAIN/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock© ANDY RAIN/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock The Covid-19 Inquiry has requested details of a No 10 WhatsApp group to be submitted as formal evidence. Thousands of documents have been requested to inform the inquiry, including from the Cabinet Office, it was revealed on Monday. The first preliminary hearing for Module 2 of the inquiry, which will examine

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Vaccination Of Children Against Covid-19 Will Not Take Place Without Parents’ Consent – Ministry Of Healt

By Our Reporter. A child being vaccinated/Courtesy Photo. Following several media posts stating that the Ministry of Health plans to vaccinate children aged 12-17 years old against Covid-19 with or without their parent’s consent, the Ministry of health Director General Dr Henry Mwebesa has refuted the claims and labeled it as “completely false.” Dr. Henry.

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ANNOUNCEMENT BY NEHAWU TO WITHDRAW STAFF FROM PRECINCTS OF PARLIAMENT

Parliament, Sunday, 9 January 2022 – Parliament has noted a public statement by the National Education Health and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu), which organises staff of Parliament, that it has instructed its members not to report to the precincts of Parliament due to alleged occupational safety and health issues. The union’ statement is based on the

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South Africa Eases Covid-19 Crowd Restrictions For World Cup Game

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Oct 11 – A maximum of 2,000 spectators can attend a World Cup qualifier between South Africa and Ethiopia in Johannesburg on Tuesday as the republic eases Covid-19 restrictions introduced last year. “The (government) has approved that a limited number of spectators will be allowed back into the stadium,” a national football association statement

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