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Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019

 

AFCON: When #UgandaCranes will face Senegal – Senegal will win

Ugandans are well known for running and hiding under their beds after hearing one bullet or inhaling some tear gas.  Then they are known for clebrating only if a foreign regime or rebel outfit comes to “liberate” them.   Naturally, this week when Uganda faces Senegal, Uganda will go home crying like little babies hoping they get their sucker, milk and cookies on the flight home after losing to the real team that will win AFCON.  Meanwhile, Senegal, hardly ever talks, never brags, never shouts.  Well, do you guys remember thatRead More


AFCON: When #UgandaCranes will face Senegal – Senegal will win

Ugandans are well known for running and hiding under their beds after hearing one bullet or inhaling some tear gas.  Then they are known for clebrating only if a foreign regime or rebel outfit comes to “liberate” them.   Naturally, this week when Uganda faces Senegal, Uganda will go home crying like little babies hoping they get their sucker, milk and cookies on the flight home after losing to the real team that will win AFCON.  Meanwhile, Senegal, hardly ever talks, never brags, never shouts.  Well, do you guys remember thatRead More


UGANDA: Lt Col Edith Nakalema arrests Kisoro councilor for making noise in meeting

Nakalema arrests Kisoro councilor  for making noise in meeting By EDGE.UG There was drama on Tuesday when Lt Col Edith Nakalema ordered a council arrested for making noise during a meeting at Kisoro district. The Anti – corruption Unit of State House head was in South Western Uganda to unearth facts behind a Shs7.3bn fraud at the district. While investigating tea growing corruption allegations at the district Council Hall, Nakalema dived into an agreement signed by the district Chairman Abel Bizimana and the late Chief administrative officer Mr.Tibugyenda Wilson inRead More


UGANDA: Lt Col Nakalema sends Kisoro officials to CID over Shs7.3bn fraud

Lt Col Edith Nakalema By EDGE.UG Lt Col Edith Nakalema, the head of State House Anti – corruption Unit, has ordered Kisoro district officials to report to CID headquarters in Kibuli for interrogation. Nakalema on Tuesday stormed the South Western Uganda district following complaints alleging collusion between district officials and NAADS to defraud government of Shs7.3bn. NAADS executive director, Dr. Samuel K. Mugasi, was present at the unearthing of the facts related to these allegations. Nakalema said she received several complaints that officials of Kisoro District Local Government were colludingRead More


ENERGY: Oil report for July 2, 2019

By OILPRICE.COM – At the start of 2019, the U.S. had 18.8 million barrels per day of oil refining capacity, a record high. – Refining processing has climbed steadily over the years, adding nearly 3.7 mb/d of capacity over the past decade. – Between 2009 and 2018, U.S. oil imports fell by 1.3 mb/d, exports increased by 2 mb/d, leading to a decrease in net imports by about 3 mb/d. Market Movers – ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) warned that weaker chemical margins will slash second quarter profits by $100 million to $300 million, quarter-on-quarter.Read More


AFCON: Uganda Cranes players strike over bonuses

By EDGE.UG Uganda Cranes players reportedly staged a sitdown strike Tuesday over unpaid bonuses. Having qualified for the Round of 16, the players were supposed to hold a training session at the Arab Contractors stadium at 7pm. Kawowo Sports reports that players never showed up. Fufa Communications Manager Ahmed Hussein told the waiting journalists that the training was cancelled but never explained why. The players are demanding $6,000 for win and draw against DR Congo and Zimbabwe. A win fetches $ 4000 for each player while a draw earns eachRead More


AFCON: Uganda Cranes players strike over bonuses

By EDGE.UG Uganda Cranes players reportedly staged a sitdown strike Tuesday over unpaid bonuses. Having qualified for the Round of 16, the players were supposed to hold a training session at the Arab Contractors stadium at 7pm. Kawowo Sports reports that players never showed up. Fufa Communications Manager Ahmed Hussein told the waiting journalists that the training was cancelled but never explained why. The players are demanding $6,000 for win and draw against DR Congo and Zimbabwe. A win fetches $ 4000 for each player while a draw earns eachRead More


AFCON: Uganda Cranes players strike over bonuses

By EDGE.UG Uganda Cranes players reportedly staged a sitdown strike Tuesday over unpaid bonuses. Having qualified for the Round of 16, the players were supposed to hold a training session at the Arab Contractors stadium at 7pm. Kawowo Sports reports that players never showed up. Fufa Communications Manager Ahmed Hussein told the waiting journalists that the training was cancelled but never explained why. The players are demanding $6,000 for win and draw against DR Congo and Zimbabwe. A win fetches $ 4000 for each player while a draw earns eachRead More


NTVUganda has added 2019 07 02 BUGIRI ICE PLANT ENG GN video

2019 07 02 BUGIRI ICE PLANT ENG GN #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: July 02, 2019 at 03:25PM


NTVUganda has added Government moves to regulate Ministries with new E- Govt law video

Government moves to regulate Ministries with new E- Govt law Government is working on a new E-government law that will help expand regulate ministries, departments and agencies on its use. According to ICT minister Frank Tumwebaze, it will deepen accountability in the use of public resources. #NTVNews Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: July 02, 2019 at 03:25PM