Youth Accuse Nantaba of Grabbing Their Property

[Monitor] Kayunga -Youth leaders have given the Minister of State for Information and Communications Technology, Ms Idah Nantaba, a one week ultimatum to handover “their property” which they say were donated to them by President Museveni in 2013.

[Monitor] Kayunga -Youth leaders have given the Minister of State for Information and Communications Technology, Ms Idah Nantaba, a one week ultimatum to handover "their property" which they say were donated to them by President Museveni in 2013.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

High Bills Force Patients to Seek Services of Traditional Healers

[Monitor] Soroti -The surge in motor accidents among the boda boda cyclists and their passengers has exposed a big gap in regional referral hospitals as far as the orthopaedic services are concerned. The cry among victims with fractured bones is overwh…

[Monitor] Soroti -The surge in motor accidents among the boda boda cyclists and their passengers has exposed a big gap in regional referral hospitals as far as the orthopaedic services are concerned. The cry among victims with fractured bones is overwhelming yet services at government hospitals are evidently limited with few able to handle serious orthopaedic surgeries.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Coach Bogere Cries Foul As She Pearls Settle for Seventh

[Monitor] Kampala -She Pearls coach James Bogere was left to rue the officiating at the Netball World Youth Cup after they settled for seventh position at the championship in Botswana.

[Monitor] Kampala -She Pearls coach James Bogere was left to rue the officiating at the Netball World Youth Cup after they settled for seventh position at the championship in Botswana.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kabugo Wary of Bright Stars ‘Physical’ Attacking Force

[Monitor] Kampala -South Sudan may not have the attacking power akin to Uganda Cranes’ triumvirate of Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Derrick Nsibambi and Milton Karisa but have an enviable physical presence upfront.

[Monitor] Kampala -South Sudan may not have the attacking power akin to Uganda Cranes' triumvirate of Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Derrick Nsibambi and Milton Karisa but have an enviable physical presence upfront.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Ajmal’s Trainee Raheel Revels in Maiden Ton

[Monitor] Kampala -Muhammad Raheel Sanwar became the third centurion of the Jazz Safari National League after he scored a ton of 107 runs to help KICC beat Patidar Samaj by 296 runs at Kyambogo Oval on Sunday.

[Monitor] Kampala -Muhammad Raheel Sanwar became the third centurion of the Jazz Safari National League after he scored a ton of 107 runs to help KICC beat Patidar Samaj by 296 runs at Kyambogo Oval on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Embrace Early Childhood Development Education

[Monitor] Recently, Daily Monitor moved around a few primary and pre-primary schools. The aim was to establish what learning materials the schools used to implement the 2007 early childhood development education (ECDE) policy by the Education ministry.

[Monitor] Recently, Daily Monitor moved around a few primary and pre-primary schools. The aim was to establish what learning materials the schools used to implement the 2007 early childhood development education (ECDE) policy by the Education ministry.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

African Rulers and Their Choice of Death Abroad

[Monitor] Dear Tingasiga: Uganda’s current rulers spend millions of public dollars on their healthcare abroad, complete with comfortable digs for their bajanjabi (attendants) and pocket money for a little shopping before returning home. President Yower…

[Monitor] Dear Tingasiga: Uganda's current rulers spend millions of public dollars on their healthcare abroad, complete with comfortable digs for their bajanjabi (attendants) and pocket money for a little shopping before returning home. President Yoweri Museveni puts the figure at $75 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Hope Through Vocational Training

[Monitor] Eighteen-year-old Deborah Moriba arrived at Ufua I Refugee Camp in Arua District in October last year. The mother to a five-year-old child was escaping war from her village in Goja, South Sudan.

[Monitor] Eighteen-year-old Deborah Moriba arrived at Ufua I Refugee Camp in Arua District in October last year. The mother to a five-year-old child was escaping war from her village in Goja, South Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda