Daily Monitor
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Industrial Area,
Kampala, Uganda
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Daily Monitor  - December 14, 2017
Most parts of the country have been left in darkness following power outage. However, electricity distributor, Umeme says they are restoring power in a phased manner.
"Parts of Kampala are back on," reads part of the stark by Ilene.
How is it where you are? https://t.co/Vt03JC33NS

Daily Monitor  - February 23, 2017
Minister attributes delayed veterans’ pension to dormant accounts http://bit.ly/2ly5Wkp

Daily Monitor  - August 18, 2016
He strangled her, she didn't die, he stabbed her 10 times- no success, he buried her alive.
http://bit.ly/2aZcg27

Daily Monitor  - July 13, 2016
Farming is her side job for that extra buck #SeedsOfGold https://t.co/rbUWXLonPx

Daily Monitor  - June 29, 2016
The body of ex minister Kibedi arrives at Entebbe Int'l Airport. Photos by Joseph Kiggundu

Daily Monitor  - May 31, 2016
Museveni: The country is peaceful and will remain so. The infrastructures are in place and being worked on #SOTNUg16

Daily Monitor  - May 31, 2016
Museveni: Uganda Development Bank(UDB) will be capitalized so it gives low interest loans to agriculture & manufacturing #SOTNUg16

Daily Monitor  - May 25, 2016
A coffee crop must be of good quality to attract a high price. Coffee importing countries have a wide choice of producers from whom to buy it and our competitors across the globe work on fulfilling the quality standards set by consumer nations. http://bit.ly/1YYQVEx

Daily Monitor  - May 22, 2016
Soccer. The 21-year-old cross-national footballer, born in London to a Ugandan father and German mother, joins Kitamirike, Nsereko, Kizito and Mutumba as the other foreign players with Ugandan lineage to have either attempted to or played for the Cranes. The story for the latter crop has been mixed; Lorenzen will hope this works out.

Daily Monitor  - May 22, 2016
“When I went to prison, there was no school. In 2008, I looked around and realised so many inmates had dropped out of school; some had never even been to school. I had stopped in Senior Four, but I realised we could make a difference in our lives by starting a school.” http://bit.ly/1swo1Bc

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