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NTVUganda has added Bunyoro kingdom rejects new Hoima police chief video

Bunyoro kingdom rejects new Hoima police chief Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom has rejected the new Hoima District Police Commander, Alex Mwine, who has just been transferred from Mityana District following the incident where police teargassed Mbogo Clan members attending a commemoration event in Mityana District.The Bunyoro Kingdom officials, led by the Prime Minister Andrew Byakutaga, say the police commander is not fit to serve in their area. The Inspector General of Police transferred Alex Mwine, alongside his boss, the Wamala Regional Police Commander, Bob Kagarura, a few days after the teargasRead More


NTVUganda has added Benet community clash wildlife body over park land video

Benet community clash wildlife body over park land The 50,000 shilling penalty imposed on cattle owners who encroach on conservation areas in Sebi Sub-region, is fueling tension between the Uganda Wildlife Authority and the Benet Community in Kween District. The wildlife authority enforced the cash penalty for each head of cattle found in the national park. Members of the communities are bitter and claim that the wildlife authority never consulted or engaged them on a matter to do with their livelihood.#NTVNews #NTVTonight #NTVWeekendEdition Subscribe to Our Channel For more newsRead More


NTVUganda has added Govt and private sector promote reading culture video

Govt and private sector promote reading culture A selection of 120 story books have been translated and versioned for adaption in Ugandan local languages following a survey to ascertain the kinds and numbers of books available for children on the Ugandan market The translated and adapted book titles are to be evaluated by the National Curriculum Development Centre language department, content approved, printed into books and freely distributed to Uganda schools and community libraries#NTVNews #NTVTonight #NTVWeekendEdition Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvugandaRead More


NTVUganda has added FRIDAY INTERVIEW: One on one with Simeon Masaba video

FRIDAY INTERVIEW: One on one with Simeon Masaba Still staying with URA FC, earlier this week, they announced that former Uganda Cranes defender Simeon Masaba joined the club to boost their coaching team. He returns to the team he played for in 2010. Masaba will work under Sam Ssimbwa, with Bbosa Lutalo, Steven Billy Kiggundu and Augustine Nsumba as the other coaches. #NTVNews #NTVTonight #NTVWeekendEdition 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 —— AUTO – GENERATED;Read More


NTVUganda has added FRIDAY INTERVIEW: One on one with Simeon Masaba video

FRIDAY INTERVIEW: One on one with Simeon Masaba Still staying with URA FC, earlier this week, they announced that former Uganda Cranes defender Simeon Masaba joined the club to boost their coaching team. He returns to the team he played for in 2010. Masaba will work under Sam Ssimbwa, with Bbosa Lutalo, Steven Billy Kiggundu and Augustine Nsumba as the other coaches. #NTVNews #NTVTonight #NTVWeekendEdition 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 —— AUTO – GENERATED;Read More


Video: Canadian Woman Shoved From Bus After Spitting on Commuter, Probe Underway

via @PerilofAfrica  Newly surfaced cellphone footage recently prompted an investigation by Canada’s Metro Vancouver Transit Police after a woman was filmed being forcefully shoved out of a commuter bus for spitting on a fellow traveler. http://dlvr.it/RkCYN8 —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: October 23, 2020 at 04:04PM


Why Trump Can’t Seem to Stop Bashing New York

via @PerilOfAfrica  At the debate, President Trump called the city a “ghost town,” and he has often depicted it as a lawless zone, apparently in an effort to appeal to his base. http://dlvr.it/RkCY22 —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: October 23, 2020 at 04:01PM


Today’s WorldView: Pope Francis, the anti-Trump of our age, Talking Points

By Ishaan Tharoor with Ruby Mellen, THE WASHINGTON POST Centuries ago, Christendom was accustomed to the periodic existence of “antipopes.” They were clerics who, whether through spiritual conviction or political machinations, challenged the designated pontiff with rival claims to the top seat in the Vatican. Sometimes kingdoms backed them. Often men died for them. In our more global and secular context, it’s arguably the principal figure in the White House — not the Holy See — who commands such consequential power on earth. And in the age of President Trump, there areRead More


Ugandan pay-TV market loses 8% of subscribers because of Covid-19 in H1

By TELECOMPAPER Thursday 22 October 2020 | 11:15 CET | News Ugandan pay-TV service providers suffered about an 8 percent contraction in subscriber numbers, or approximately 130,000 customers, in the six months to June, The Monitor reported citing the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC). The drop was caused by the suspension of major sports activities both within and beyond Uganda. From the beginning March to June, the country was in lockdown with a number of sports activities suspended. The suspension, UCC says, could have forced some pay-TV subscribers, especially those anchoredRead More


Today in History – October 23 — Library of Congress

Today in History – October 23 The Senate passed a $5.98 billion supplemental Lend-Lease Bill on October 23, 1941, bringing the United States one step closer to direct involvement in World War II.  Continue reading. Click here to search Today in History for other historic moments. Read more on https://loc.gov Today in History – October 23 —— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: October 23, 2020 at 09:04AM