Posted by: mugas | September 9, 2008

Journos catch mobile bug

Frank Mugabi                             

Mobile Journalism. The term sounds as new as the concept on the media landscape.

Last year, Reuters became the first news agency to conduct a mobile journalism trial focusing at initiating a new way in which journalists sourced and filed news stories.  Read More…

Posted by: mugas | August 7, 2009

Back on form

It has been long since things streamed the way they are supposed. Now, ladies and gentlemen, am back forever. I would say i was on vacation.
Brace yourself for the best things in life.

THE UN Refugee agency (UNHCR) has earmarked about $11m for the infrastructural and environmental rehabilitation of areas that have for the last 20years been occupied by refugees in West Nile. Read More…

Posted by: mugas | October 5, 2008

MONUC warns on LRA, ADF movements

THE UN Peace Keeping Mission in DR Congo (MONUC) has implored the Uganda, Sudan and Congo Governments to urgently develop a joint strategic plan to deal with the rebel Lords Resistance Army and Allied Democratic Force (ADF).

The mission’s political affairs officer, Jacob Mogeni, told a cross border security conference that ended in Arua town on Friday that the two rebel outfits were a major threat to tranquility along the Uganda-Congo border, as demonstrated by the renewed LRA attacks in eastern Congo. Read More…

Posted by: mugas | September 24, 2008

Congolese soldier held in Arua

By Frank Mugabi                  

SECURITY authorities in Arua district have set stringent conditions for their Congolese counterparts before releasing the Congolese soldier who was arrested two weeks back.

Arua resident district commissioner, Maj. Ibrahim Abiriga, said Mambo Denai, who is attached to the Congolese forces in Ariwara Township, would not be released until the Congolese release Ugandan stolen vehicles in their custody. Read More…

Posted by: mugas | September 24, 2008

Koboko district moves on education

Koboko District Local Government has made up to its promise and
rewarded the two best performers in last year’s Primary Leaving
Examinations.

Kanini Gloria who completed at Nyarilo primary school with aggregate
10 and Onziga Fred of  Teremunga primary school who scored eight each
received sh400,000. Read More…

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