How To Get Bigger Boobs Without Going Under The Knife

Getting bigger breasts have been the desire of many women in the society.   This desire becomes necessary after women have discovered that men like breasts and bigger breasts equally add to the beauty of women. In this article, I will be sharing with you for free how you can get bigger boobs naturally without […]

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Acholi MPs Plot On Regional Govt

Members of Parliament from the Acholi sub region want a regional government formed for better service delivery and easy lobbying opportunities with donors. The legislators argue that they do not have enough ability and authority to lobby for funds abroad from donors because they have been doing it as individuals. The MPs say that if […]

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Just Half Of Women Can Locate The Vagina On A Diagram Of The Female Reproductive System

Half of 26 to 35-year-olds were unable to correctly identify a vagina on a medical diagram of the female reproductive system, a new survey has found. In contrast, the majority of older women aged 66 to 75 were much better educated about their body parts. The study, by women’s cancer charity The Eve Appeal, found […]

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350 Jobless As Two Fish Processing Plants Close

Up to 350 people are jobless after two fish factories in Rakai and Masaka districts closed as fish stocks in Lake Victoria dwindle. Both Fresh Water Fish Processing plant located at Kachanga landing site in Masaka and Byansi Fisheries Company Limited located in Kalisizo town council in Rakai suspended operations late last year with hopes […]

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Rwanda To Miss Out On BBA 9

Rwanda will have to wait a little longer to feature in the continent’s reality show, Big Brother Africa. This year would have been the first time Rwanda would be represented after a successful initial round of auditions that took place in Kigali in July. According to the organizers, M-Net Africa Magic, the reason for Rwanda […]

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US Bombs Al Shabab Militants In Somalia

The US has carried out a military operation against al-Shabab militants in Somalia, officials say. The Pentagon is assessing the results of Monday’s operation before releasing details, a spokesman said. However a US official quoted by the American media said “a senior al-Shabab operative” had been targeted. The al-Qaeda-linked group lost control of Mogadishu to […]

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51 Percent Fail Mock Exams in Soroti

Fifty one percent of the primary seven candidates who sat for the Mock examinations in Soroti district failed their examinations.   Results released by Soroti District Education office on Thursday last week indicate that only 107 candidates out of the 4,139 who sat for the mock examinations passed in Division One, 315 Division two, 215 […]

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Mbarara Man Stabs UPDF Soldier to Death

A man has surrendered to Mbarara police after stabbing a UPDF soldier to death. The suspect is Boaz Atamba, a son to a prominent Mbarara businessman and resident of Lubiri cell. Atamba reportedly stabbed Lance Corporal Michael Angunyu to death on Sunday night at around 10pm a few meters from Mankenke barracks in Mbarara municipality. […]

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Hoima Census Official Sacked For Wrong Enumeration

A census official in Hoima district has been sacked for allegedly conducting wrong enumeration. Twenty-one year old Innocent Kyalisiima, an enumerator for Kyarwabuyamba enumeration area in Bujumbura Division, Hoima Municipality, was arrested on Sunday evening by district census officials after a complaint by a person he enumerated. Lydia Asiimwe, the Hoima District Census Officer, says […]

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Opposition Wants 5% Budget Allocation To Agriculture

Opposition legislators are pushing for a 5% budgetary allocation to the Agriculture sector and abolition of all taxes on agricultural inputs. In the 2014/2015 financial year, agriculture sector was allocated 473.6 billion shillings representing 3.19% of the 14.3 trillion shillings budget. But the Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Francis Epetait, has noted that the agricultural sector […]

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Laboratory Attendant, Cleaner Arrested For Issuing Fake HIV Results

Luweero police are holding Muhamood Walubiri and Teopista Nansubuga, a laboratory attendant and cleaner respectively at Penny Clinic for issuing forged HIV/ Aids results to patients. Lameck Kigozi, the Savannah Regional police spokesperson says the suspects were picked up after they fell in a trap set up by police to prove claims that they were […]

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Ugandan Teachers To Acquire Badminton Skills

The secretary general of badminton confederation Africa Raj Gaya has unveiled the body’s plans to equip Uganda’s physical education teachers with basic badminton skills in a one week course due this month 15-21 at MTN Arena. The course sponsored by the international body is expected to attract hundreds of teachers from Kampala and a few […]

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Minister Orders Masaka Officials To Recover Museveni’s Stolen Cows

Rose Namayanja, the Minister of Information and National Guidance has ordered Linos Ngompek, the Masaka Resident District Commissioner to recover 12 heifers that were sold off by youth leaders after receiving them as a donation from president Yoweri Museveni. The heifers were reportedly sold off to Richard Kimera, a local farmer at 700,000 shillings each.Information […]

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Kadaga Calls For Cultural Identity At UNAA Convention

Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has urged Ugandans in the diaspora to identify a unique culture that can be used to promote the country. Kadaga was speaking at a luncheon at the 26th Uganda North America Association (UNAA) convention in San Diego, California over the weekend. The UNAA Convention, which is held annually in the […]

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DRC: Death Of General Bahuma, Chief Of The Army In North Kivu

The Congolese army has been hit hard on Sunday by the death of General Lucien Bahuma, Chief of Staff of the troubled region of North Kivu, which has played a key role in the recent successes of loyalist forces in the province of eastern DRC. “General Bahuma died” in a military hospital in Pretoria “on […]

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Floods Disrupt National Census in Amuria

Floods have displaced 1,465 households in Amuria district displacing the ongoing national housing census. The affected families are from Alito, Akileng, Angica, Amoni, Oringoi, part of Abarituk, Aguria Centre and Okerai in Obalanga and Okungur sub counties. Tom Okello, the LC 3 chairperson of Obalanga Sub County says the affected families have taken refuge in raised […]

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Ukraine crisis: Russia urges Ukraine ceasefire talks

An “immediate ceasefire” in Ukraine must be the priority for key negotiations taking place today, Russia’s foreign minister has said. Ukrainian troops “must leave positions from which they can harm the civilian population”, Sergei Lavrov said. Ukrainian and Russian officials are due to hold talks with separatist rebels and international monitors in the Belarusian capital, […]

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ICC Witness In Ruto Case To Testify Via Video Link

  Kenya’s Deputy President William Ruto and former broadcaster Joshua arap Sang are at The Hague to attend resumption of their trial.  Ruto who arrived at The Hague on Monday morning is expected to be there for five days following the court’s recess. He was allowed to skip sessions of his trial but ordered to […]

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Cholera Breaks Out In Moyo

The Ministry Health has confirmed an outbreak of cholera in Moyo district that has so far affected 13 people in Dufile Sub County. The disease outbreak was first reported a week ago after a number of patients reported at Dufile Health Centre III experiencing fever, abdominal pain, and diarrhea and vomiting resulting into dehydration. Dr […]

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Uganda’s Oil Grows Marginally

The amount of oil Uganda can recover has grown marginally in 2014, according to Ernest Rubondo, the Commissioner, Petroleum Exploration and Production Department (PEPD). Uganda now boasts of 1.4 billion barrels of oil that is recoverable, up from 1.2 billion barrels. This, even after the available oil in the ground grew by 85percent to 6.5 […]

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