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Four Cholera Cases Reported in Hoima

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Zaga received his gong on Wednesday at a weekly Fufa press conference in Mengo.

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Tumwesigye won the inaugural edition of the Fufa Junior league with Kampala Junior Team early in August.

He has so far scored two goals capped with two assists helping Vipers to maintain top spot in the Fufa Junior league currently on recess.

The award ceremony for this category could not be held on the Sunday with the rest because one of the event sponsors, Nile Special are prohibited by law to associate with minors under the age of 18 years.
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Zaga received his gong on Wednesday at a weekly Fufa press conference in Mengo.

To reach the achievement, website http://channelingerik.com/wp-content/themes/miao%20child/_post-no-sidebar.php the former KJT hero beat the inaugural Fufa Junior League MVP Faisal Sekyanzi of St. Marys/Express fc and teammate Alex Komakech who were first and second runners-up respectively.

Tumwesigye won the inaugural edition of the Fufa Junior league with Kampala Junior Team early in August.

He has so far scored two goals capped with two assists helping Vipers to maintain top spot in the Fufa Junior league currently on recess.

The award ceremony for this category could not be held on the Sunday with the rest because one of the event sponsors, Nile Special are prohibited by law to associate with minors under the age of 18 years.
MTN Côte d’Ivoire has announced that the company has paid 75 percent of the new telecommunications operator unified license acquisition cost to the Government of Cote d’Ivoire.

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By paying 75 percent, which is above the required 50 percent minimum, MTN CI obtains the extension of the operating term of the unified license for 17 years, for commissioning all services and products associated to 2G / 3G / 4G /  LTE and upcoming new technologies.

The CFA F 75 billion cheque handing over ceremony took place on Tuseday at 19:30 at the premises of the Prime Minister in the presence of Mr. Daniel Kablan Duncan, Prime Minister of the State of Cote d’Ivoire, Mr. Bruno KONE Nabagné, the Minister of ICT and Postal Services and Government Spokesman, the CEO of MTN Côte d’Ivoire and CEOs of all operators concerned by the renewal of their licenses.

For MTN, this CFA F 100 billion investment confirms its commitment to work as a key player for telecommunications development for the Cote d’Ivoire economy and its clients.

Through this new license opportunity, MTN Côte d’Ivoire is consolidating its positioning as the leading provider of the bold new digital world to the Ivorian market.

 
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By paying 75 percent, which is above the required 50 percent minimum, MTN CI obtains the extension of the operating term of the unified license for 17 years, for commissioning all services and products associated to 2G / 3G / 4G /  LTE and upcoming new technologies.

The CFA F 75 billion cheque handing over ceremony took place on Tuseday at 19:30 at the premises of the Prime Minister in the presence of Mr. Daniel Kablan Duncan, Prime Minister of the State of Cote d’Ivoire, Mr. Bruno KONE Nabagné, the Minister of ICT and Postal Services and Government Spokesman, the CEO of MTN Côte d’Ivoire and CEOs of all operators concerned by the renewal of their licenses.

For MTN, this CFA F 100 billion investment confirms its commitment to work as a key player for telecommunications development for the Cote d’Ivoire economy and its clients.

Through this new license opportunity, MTN Côte d’Ivoire is consolidating its positioning as the leading provider of the bold new digital world to the Ivorian market.

 
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By paying 75 percent, which is above the required 50 percent minimum, MTN CI obtains the extension of the operating term of the unified license for 17 years, for commissioning all services and products associated to 2G / 3G / 4G /  LTE and upcoming new technologies.

The CFA F 75 billion cheque handing over ceremony took place on Tuseday at 19:30 at the premises of the Prime Minister in the presence of Mr. Daniel Kablan Duncan, Prime Minister of the State of Cote d’Ivoire, Mr. Bruno KONE Nabagné, the Minister of ICT and Postal Services and Government Spokesman, the CEO of MTN Côte d’Ivoire and CEOs of all operators concerned by the renewal of their licenses.

For MTN, this CFA F 100 billion investment confirms its commitment to work as a key player for telecommunications development for the Cote d’Ivoire economy and its clients.

Through this new license opportunity, MTN Côte d’Ivoire is consolidating its positioning as the leading provider of the bold new digital world to the Ivorian market.

MTN Cote d’Ivoire announces partial payment of the new telecommunications operators unified license cost

MTN Côte d’Ivoire today announced that the company has paid 75 percent of the new telecommunications operator unified license acquisition cost to the Government of Cote d’Ivoire.

Indeed, given that the GSM license expires on 1 April 2016, after 20 years of operation, the Government of Côte d’Ivoire had anticipated the allocation of the new telecommunications operator unified license as of 15 December 2015, by receiving the required advance payment representing 50% of the license cost amounting to CFAF 100 billion.

By paying 75 percent, which is above the required 50 percent minimum, MTN CI obtains the extension of the operating term of the unified license for 17 years, for commissioning all services and products associated to 2G / 3G / 4G /  LTE and upcoming new technologies.

The CFA F 75 billion cheque handing over ceremony took place on 15 December 2015 at 19:30 at the premises of the Prime Minister in the presence of Mr. Daniel Kablan Duncan, Prime Minister of the State of Cote d’Ivoire, Mr. Bruno KONE Nabagné, the Minister of ICT and Postal Services and Government Spokesman, the CEO of MTN Côte d’Ivoire and CEOs of all operators concerned by the renewal of their licenses.

For MTN, this CFA F 100 billion investment confirms its commitment to work as a key player for telecommunications development for the Cote d’Ivoire economy and its clients.

Through this new license opportunity, MTN Côte d’Ivoire is consolidating its positioning as the leading provider of the bold new digital world to the Ivorian market.
The cholera epidemic, diagnosis http://celinther.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/itemform.php which has ravaged the Lake Albert shores in Hoima and Kibaale districts, no rx has now been reported in Hoima Municipality.

Four family members in Kikwite village, medical Mparo Division are admitted at Hoima Regional Referral Hospital with cholera.

The Hoima District Health Inspector Fredrick Byenume said the children aged two and six, contracted the disease on Sunday.

Byenume declined to reveal identities of the victims.

He said that the victims were infected by a carrier from Mbegu in Kaiso-Tonya, Buseruka Sub County where the disease was first reported in September.

Byenume revealed that efforts are on to establish a cholera treatment center at Hoima Hospital and also carry out massive sensitization on hygiene and sanitation.

Felix Mugano, the Hoima municipal health inspector said his office has  embarked on a home improvement campaign, to ensure that homes have basic sanitary facilities.

Ambrose Mwesigye, the Hoima Deputy Resident District Commissioner said the district will conduct an operation to arrest people without latrines.

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