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Ugandan Media Mogul and President of the East African World Broadcasters Association Kihura Nkuba has advised government to revisit its funding that goes to defense and give more priority to the agricultural sector.

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“Almost everyone is looking up to President Yoweri Museveni for security,” he said. .

This he said this was in spite of the fact that about 80 percent of the country’s 36 million people are dependent in the agricultural sector and dwell in the rural areas.

Nkuba said Uganda’s agriculture performance is too weak because the real growth in agriculture has averaged only two percent per annum over the last 10 years which is less than a third of the average growth of the rest of the Ugandan economy.

He further noted that this led to low productivity especially in the food crop sub-sector which is dominated by smallholder farmers because farmers use rudimentary farm technology and produce mainly for subsistence rather than the market.

Nkuba advised government to put more efforts on sensitizing farmers on commercial farming, buying and providing more seeds to farmers instead of buying guns, tankers and other security to sponsor wars in other nations.
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He, however, used a mobile phone for a very short time during the 2011 presidential campaigns.

This website now understands that Museveni now carries an iPhone.

The phone user’s interface is built around the device’s multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard. The iPhone has Wi-Fi and can connect to many cellular network mobile phones.

While at his country home in Rwakitura, Museveni uses his iPhone to telephone family members and also receive calls from senior government officials and friends.

The president’s number remains unknown to us. But State House officials say it is known by his immediate family members and very close friends.

“He does not usually receive calls on his mobile phone. It’s mainly for family and sensitive issues,” said a source who preferred anonymity as she is not authorised to speak to the media.

She further said Museveni maintains some distance between the phone and his ear when receiving calls.

Research by the National Cancer Institute in United States shows that cell phones emit radiofrequency energy, a form of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation, which can be absorbed by tissues closest to where the phone is held.

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It should be noted that Museveni prefers using the desk phone especially when he is in office.

While communicating with army commanders, http://ca-uqam.info/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-press-this.php Museveni usually uses the army radio call.

He, however, used a mobile phone for a very short time during the 2011 presidential campaigns.

This website now understands that Museveni now carries an iPhone.

The phone user’s interface is built around the device’s multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard. The iPhone has Wi-Fi and can connect to many cellular network mobile phones.

While at his country home in Rwakitura, Museveni uses his iPhone to telephone family members and also receive calls from senior government officials and friends.

The president’s number remains unknown to us. But State House officials say it is known by his immediate family members and very close friends.

“He does not usually receive calls on his mobile phone. It’s mainly for family and sensitive issues,” said a source who preferred anonymity as she is not authorised to speak to the media.

She further said Museveni maintains some distance between the phone and his ear when receiving calls.

Research by the National Cancer Institute in United States shows that cell phones emit radiofrequency energy, a form of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation, which can be absorbed by tissues closest to where the phone is held.

“The amount of radiofrequency energy a cell phone user is exposed to depends on the technology of the phone, the distance between the phone’s antenna and the user, the extent and type of use, and the user’s distance from cell phone towers,” researchers said in 2014.

“Studies thus far have not shown a consistent link between cell phone use and cancers of the brain, nerves, or other tissues of the head or neck. More research is needed because cell phone technology and how people use cell phones have been changing rapidly.”
The Saints FC have been awarded three points and three goals after CRO FC failed to comply with FUFA directives to enable the Federation’s competitions committee refix the aborted game.

FUFA’s Competitions manager Ali Mwebe on January 6th wrote to CRO asking them to compensate The Saints for costs incurred when they failed to honor a December 6 FUFA Big League fixture at Namboole Stadium.

The Saints was ready for CRO and the match officials were also present at Namboole but CRO failed to turn up to play. The Saints and match officials waited for an hour and the game was called off.

CRO later wrote to FUFA saying they had failed to honour the fixture after their vehicle got a mechanical breakdown enroute to Namboole.

FUFA rules are clear and state that in such a scenario the game could be refixed but CRO would have to first compensate The Saints costs for the aborted game.

FUFA duly wrote to CRO giving them the deadline of January 13 to compensate The Saints. CRO failed to comply FCC awarded The Saints three points and three goals in accordance with FUFA rules.

Mwebe wrote: ‘FCC decision emphasized that; ‘Further penalty in accordance to the rules will be taken in case of non compliance…CRO therefore loses the match, side effects three points and three goals to The Saints FC.”

The Saints Chairman Johnson Musinguzi said: “The FUFA rules are clear, http://dailyniropekkha.com/wp-includes/embed-template.php every club knows them, as The Saints, we would have wanted to play CRO, we were ready, but the game has rules and they must be respected by all.”

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