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Muslims Urged to Strengthen Family Ties

By NDLG Communications Office


The Imam of the Ntungamo district mosque sheikh Rhamathan Rwamahe has asked Muslims to strengthen families if the current political and social insecurity is to be stopped.

Preaching during the Eid el Adha prayers at Ntungamo district mosque, he said most of the challenges in the country currently begin at family level and with families breeding violence and economic insecurity high, the country must pass through a series of violence until the issues are resolved.

Government Urged to Support Local Innovators



By NDLG Communications Office




The government of Uganda has been urged to move and support local innovators in the country in a bid to solve un employment and boast skills development.


This call was made by Kweyamba Ruhemba the Ntungamo district chief administrative officer during a meeting with a team of staff from the Ministry of Science, technology and innovation held at Ntungamo district headquarters.


CSO’S Tipped on Transparency


 By NDLG Communications Office


 Civil Society organizations have been challenged to always uphold transparency if they are to remain relevant in the areas within which they operate.


The call was made by Ntungamo district Local Council V chairperson Denis Singhahache while speaking at entry meeting for the sustainable outcomes for children and youth –SOCY held at Ntungamo district boardroom.


Singhahache revealed that some organizations have failed to deliver to the expectations of the leaders.

Teachers Cautioned on Drunkenness



Teachers in the southwestern district of Ntungamo have been cautioned over allegations of drunkenss which believed to be affecting their performance .

The call was  on Friday made by the Uganda National Teachers Union Secretary General Philibert Baguma while facilitating at one day education workshop that attracted representatives of teachers from all the sub branches in the area held at Ntungamo District Council hall.

Ntungamo Municipality Health Centre IV Gets Ambulance


  By NDLG Communications Office


Ntungamo Municipality has received a brand new ambulance registration number UBD 698V courtesy of the Japanese government.


 The Ambulance worth 350 million shillings will be stationed at Ntungamo Municipal Health Centre IV.

While receiving the Ambulance on Tuesday, the Ntungamo Municipality town clerk Christopher Ahimbisibwe commended the Japanese Embassy in Uganda for intervening to save lives.


Ntungamo  Women Council Leaders go Through Unopposed


 By NDLG Communications Office


Four members of the Ntungamo district women council were on Wednesday nominated and selected unopposed after no opponent turned up to challenge their nomination by close of nominations at 5Pm


Peace Musiime was elected the district women council chairperson with   Nyinomujuni Jean Annet as the vice chairperson.


Annet Kyoshabire becomes eth publicity secretary while Karungi Annet Nshemereza became the secretary for finance.


Police officers from Somalia commended


By Editorial Team


Over 160 Formed Police Officers (FPU) from the Field Force Unit that have been in AMISOM mission in somalia on a one year tour of duty have been appreciated for their endless efforts they put in to bring and preserve peace in that country.

This was during the debriefing ceremony that was held today at Field Force Police (FFP) headquarters,Naguru .

Health Ministry Orders for Heightened Surveillance Following Ebola Outbreak in DRC

Health Minsitry Orders for Heightened Surveillance Following Ebola Outbreak in DRC


By Communication Office


The ministry of health has ordered for heightened surveillance in districts close to the boarder with the Democratic Republic of Congo following the outbreak of Ebola in the area.

The recent outbreak of the disease was reported in Mangina , Mbalako health zone , in Beni Territory of North Kivu Province.

The outbreak is just 100 kilometers away from the Uganda-Democratic Republic of Congo Boarder point at Mpondwe in Kasese district.