EDUCATIONA legendary American actress, Susan Sarandon is expected to jet in today. She is an Academy Award and BAFTA Award winner who is also known for her social and political activism for a variety of causes. During the time of her visit, she will be visiting schools like Hope North School, where she is actively involved in some education projects. Hope North School located in Gulu is a school for former child-soldiers and orphans.
FDC spokesperson Ibrahim Semujju Nganda addressing the media the party’s headquarters in Najjanankumbi. Photo by Nancy NanyongaForum for Democratic Change (FDC) has called the switching off of unregistered SIM cards a shabby move. Speaking during the weekly press briefing held at the party headquarters in Najjanankubi today, the party spokesperson Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, said though the party appreciates the need to register SIM cards to fight crime; it was handled in a shabby way.
A total of 185 professionals from different banking institutions and those intending to join the institution sat for the examinations. PIC: Chairman of the Executive and Membership Committee, Uganda Institute of banking and Financial Services (UIBFS) Stephen Mukweli(L) handing over results to the Chief Executive Officer UIBFS, Anthony Mulindwa during the release of the results at Uganda Institute of banking and Financial Services Kampala on July 28,2016.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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