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FDC starts 2016 poll race with Shs 1bn

Written by Edward Ssekika(The Obserever) With a general election less than 13 months away, the opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) is reorganising its grassroots structures with elections that will…

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Nigeria's Boko Haram unrest: African leaders urged to act

African states should act quickly and collectively to curb the growing threat posed by Nigeria's militant Islamists, the African Union chief has said. Cross-border raids into Cameroon showed the dangers…

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Ongwen takes stand in ICC dock, praises God

By ANTHONY WESAKA & IVAN OKUDA(The Daily Monitor) Justice. The ex-LRA commander’s lawyer asked that evidence against her client be translated into Luo. Dominic Ongwen, a former commander of the Lord’s…

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Western diplomats pressure Congo's Kabila to end election law standoff

(Reuters) - Western diplomats met Democratic Republic ofCongo President Joseph Kabila on Saturday in a bid to persuade him to drop plans for amending the country's electoral law, officials said,…

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Officials hint at plan for Kagame third term

The debate over whether to amend the Constitution to allow President Paul Kagame a third term in office could be decided by a referendum, if emerging views on the matter…

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Nigeria elections: Security chief urges vote delay

Nigeria's national security adviser has urged the electoral commission to delay next month's elections to allow more time for voter card distribution. The polls are the first in Nigeria to…

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Editorial

  • Peace is not pleasure
    Peace according to the Scriptures is one of the fruits of the Holy Spirit, Gal. 5:22. It is contrary to pleasant feeling, which is often at emotional level. Peace is not determined by any external influence but it is experienced from within even when other things are NOT constant. That is when all is contrary to ceteris peri bus: one who is spiritually, emotionally balanced and physically fit or unfit would even remain at peace! This means that an individual…
    Written on Monday, 12 January 2015 16:18 Be the first to comment! Read 74 times

Leading ISSUES

  • Peace in the world, reality or dream
    Written by Sr. Jilda Anzoa MSMMC
    Peace in the world, reality or dream What is Peace? Peace has various definitions according to philosophies of different people. It is translated from hebrew word - Shalom which is more than just simply peace; it is a complete peace. It is a feeling of contentment, completeness, wholeness, well being and harmony. When asked: “what is peace?” Some people during Peace Education workshop, gave the following answers: Peace is the basis of life, conflict resolution and problem solving, good governance, prosperity, absence of interpersonal problems, unity, good…
    Written on Wednesday, 14 January 2015 10:33 Be the first to comment! Read 99 times

Health

  • Facts about Leprosy (Hansen’s disease)
    Written by Dr.Teme Kifleyesus
    Facts about Leprosy  (Hansen’s disease) January 30th or the closest Sunday to this date is the World Leprosy Day internationally. The main purpose of this World leprosy day is to increase public awareness of Leprosy. This particular day was actually chosen to commemorate the death of Indian leader, Mahatma Gandhi, who understood the importance of leprosy. Anything which is in excess to its limit is a poison. But nature plays a key role on balancing its limit and keeps its beauty through means of avoiding…
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Leading mission

  • Experience of Bro Francis Chinappan a salesian Missionary of St. Don Bosco
    Written by Br Francis Chinappan.
    Experience of Bro Francis Chinappan a salesian Missionary of St. Don Bosco I  am a Salesian Missionary of St. Don Bosco, my name is Brother Francis Chinappan. My motto as a Salesian missionary is, “whatsoever you do to the least of my brothers you have done unto me.” I have been a missionary for 31 years. My first six years were spent in Juba - South Sudan, sixteen years in Khartoum and eight years in Bombo - Uganda. Later I moved back to India for a two year renewal course and I…
    Written on Monday, 12 January 2015 17:14 Be the first to comment! Read 82 times Read more...

Plants and People

  • Carrots
    Written by Richard Komakech
    Carrots Relevant Plant for human life Carrot is one of the most healing foods that provide the finest and highest quality in nutrients. Indeed, these root vegetables come with wholesome health benefiting compounds such as beta-carotenes, falcarinol, vitamin A, minerals and anti-oxidants in ample amounts. Carrot is one of the favorite juice ingredients. It does not only tastes good, but also has so many health benefits and is highly cleansing. This wonder root plant belongs to the plant family: Apiaceae; genus:…
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Leading CHURCH

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As Adjumani Parish celebrated fifty years, his Excellency Michael A. Blume, the Apostolic Nuncio to Uganda called pastoral agents to address some of the challenges: “Cultural and other barriers, which keep people from entering into holy Matrimony have to be correctly understood and pastorally dealt with… As you pursue more...

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Electricity users could start paying UGX 304.5 instead of the current UGX 518 from 2016 for each unit of electricity. This follows the awarding of solar energy contracts to two companies to feed 20m megawatts to the national electricity grid. The Director Electricity Regulatory Authority Ms. Ziria Tibalwa Waako said...
  • Consecrated Life Consecrated Life
    A Parable of Joy From the beginning of his Pontificate, Pope Francis tries to show to the world a humane face of the Church by bringing the Church close to the people. He has made the Gospel message appealing...
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  • Islamic Scholars denouce Muslim Extremist Islamic Scholars denouce Muslim Extremist
    In a courageous act over 120 Islamic scholars from around the world, many of them leading Muslim voices in their own countries, have issued an open letter denouncing Islamic State militants and refuting...
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SERVANTS OF THE GOSPEL Author: Comboni Sisters, Brothers and FathersPublisher: Paulines Publications Africa, 2014, 235ppAvailable: St. Paul’s Bookshop This volume, Servants of the Gospel, Witnesses in the Footsteps of Saint Daniele Comboni in Sudan and South Sudan is prepared to...

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