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NTVUganda has added Eighteen arrested as Police cracks whip on curfew violators video

Eighteen arrested as Police cracks whip on curfew violators Police in Moyo is holding 15 people for violating rules set to prevent and contain the spread of C0VID-19. Another 8 were found wearing military fatigues and manning illegal roadblocks. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Connect with us on Messenger via m.me/NTVUganda from Blogger https://ift.tt/2xbCt9S via SEO Services


NTVUganda has added Quarantined person set to be freed tells his story video

Quarantined person set to be freed tells his story #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Connect with us on Messenger via m.me/NTVUganda from Blogger https://ift.tt/2xd1X6U via SEO Services


NTVUganda has added Soldier protests the alleged beating of his son by LDUs video

Soldier protests the alleged beating of his son by LDUs #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Connect with us on Messenger via m.me/NTVUganda from Blogger https://ift.tt/3aVqCvd via SEO Services


ENERGY: Oil report for Tuesday April 7, 2020

Image may be subject to copyright By OILPRICE.COM – Prices for RBOB gasoline futures have collapsed, and some refineries have even faced negative margins for selling gasoline. – That is a reflection of the deep decline in demand. Price signals are telling refineries to cut back on production. U.S. gasoline demand fell from 8.837 mb/d on March 20 to 6.659 mb/d on March 27. – Refinery runs fell from 15.838 mb/d to 14.898 mb/d over the same timeframe. Market Movers – Total (NYSE: TOT) announced the sale of $400 million of assetsRead More


CANADA: Over 62,000 defective masks sent to Toronto long-term care workers

Medical officer of health Dr. Eileen de Villa, Mayor John Tory and fire chief Matthew Pegg delivered Toronto’s daily COVID-19 briefing. (Michael Wilson/CBC) Toronto recalling $200K worth of faulty surgical masks distributed at long-term care facilities City announces 10 more deaths attributed to COVID-19, a more than 30% hike since Monday By CBC News · Posted: Apr 07, 2020 12:10 PM ET | Last Updated: 22 minutes ago Toronto is recalling more than 60,000 faulty surgical masks that were distributed to workers at long-term care homes in late March. The news comesRead More


NTVUganda has added NWSC, MTN to increase access to water video

NWSC, MTN to increase access to water In a bid to ensure that all have access to water during this COVID-19 epidemic, National Water in partnership with MTN and Roofings Limited to provide 100 water points aimed at supplying water to water-stressed areas in Kampala. Areas to benefit from the water points include those at the periphery of the water supply network which receive intermittent or no water supply at all. Each of the 100 points will be installed with a 10,000 ltr capacity tank that will supply water atRead More


NTVUganda has added COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Tough choices ahead for contraceptive use video

COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Tough choices ahead for contraceptive use As times continue to be uncertain and with a global cash crunch in motion, many people may be plunged in poverty. While there are fears of contraceptives’ stock-outs, suppliers now fear that customers may be facing a tough choice between buying food or contraceptives. Florence Naluyimba Blondel talked to Reproductive Health Uganda as well DKT international representatives in Kenya and Uganda about how they are coping with an emergency which has rendered almost other health issues especially sexual and reproductive health services nonessential.Read More


NTVUganda has added COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Tough choices ahead for contraceptive use video

COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Tough choices ahead for contraceptive use As times continue to be uncertain and with a global cash crunch in motion, many people may be plunged in poverty. While there are fears of contraceptives’ stock-outs, suppliers now fear that customers may be facing a tough choice between buying food or contraceptives. Florence Naluyimba Blondel talked to Reproductive Health Uganda as well DKT international representatives in Kenya and Uganda about how they are coping with an emergency which has rendered almost other health issues especially sexual and reproductive health services nonessential.Read More


NTVUganda has added Hoima airport works suspended to prevent the spread of COVID-19 video

Hoima airport works suspended to prevent the spread of COVID-19 SBC Uganda Limited, the company constructing Hoima International Airport, has suspended operations over COVID-19. This follows a presidential directive instructing construction, and other companies, to encamp their employees or stop operations during the lockdown. The company’s Public Relations Officer said they had no alternative but to stop the Three Hundred and Nine Million Dollar project whose progress is at 40%. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Connect with us on MessengerRead More


NTVUganda has added COMBATING COVID-19: Ministry receives first batch of Nytil delivery video

COMBATING COVID-19: Ministry receives first batch of Nytil delivery Nyanza Textile Limited (Nytil) has donated 160 million shillings to the ministry of health to boost its capacity of addressing the scourge of COVID-19 in the country.The company has also provided 10,000 face masks and bedsheets to the COVID-19 taskforce to aid its work. Mitul Jobanputra the vice-chairperson of Nytil says it is time for those with the financial capacity to stand with the government and the country at this time. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ugRead More