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Religious Leaders, Lawyers Protest Proposed Government Policy on Churches

Summary: Religious leaders and lawyers from ICAD oppose Uganda’s proposed church regulation, arguing it’s unnecessary and could politicize religion. They reject linking religious groups to rebel movements and emphasize the right to worship freely. KAMPALA, (Examiner) – A coalition of religious leaders and legal experts, represented by the International Centre …

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Mityana Shooting of Suspected ADF Rebel Raises Questions

Summary: Authorities in Mityana District are investigating the shooting death of a resident during what locals believe was a security operation targeting Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) elements. The victim, known only as Musiramu, was fatally shot in his rented room on Tuesday around 11 p.m. MITYANA, (Examiner) – Residents of …

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Uganda Implements Traffic Diversions for Martyrs Day

Summary: Security agencies in Uganda are implementing traffic diversions from Wednesday night until June 3 for Uganda Martyrs Day. Key roads around Kyaliwajjala to Sonde will be pedestrian-only, with motorists redirected to alternative routes to manage congestion. KAMPALA, (Examiner) – Security agencies gathered at an Anglican worship center to plan …

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URDT, Mastercard Foundation Uganda Empowering Youth Through IT Education

Summary: URDT and the Mastercard Foundation Uganda are providing IT training to 67 young people, regardless of their background. The program offers flexible learning for a month, combining theory with practical application. Students like Nyangoma Teddy and Musoki Lilian are transforming their careers, while others, like Ayebale Ahmed and John …

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NUP, Police Agree on Mobilization Protocol

Summary: Last week, the National Unity Platform (NUP) presented a protest letter to the police, condemning the unlawful blocking of their mobilization activities. Following police actions that halted events in Kamuri, Bugweri, and Palisa, NUP leaders met with the police, who promised to address their concerns. KAMPALA, (Examiner) – Last …

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