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Gov’t to Distribute 300 Million Coffee Seedlings

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Desire has been communicating to her fans right from her bleeding heart through her Facebook page, and this is where she also first announced the release of the video that she had moments earlier uploaded to YouTube.

It is however unclear if the singer is about to get out into the public eye to promote the new piece of art since it has been reported that the Uganda Police Force is still hunting for her have her testify against her jilted Nigerian boyfriend about the purported revenge pornography.

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Desire has been communicating to her fans right from her bleeding heart through her Facebook page, and this is where she also first announced the release of the video that she had moments earlier uploaded to YouTube.

It is however unclear if the singer is about to get out into the public eye to promote the new piece of art since it has been reported that the Uganda Police Force is still hunting for her to get her to testify against her jilted Nigerian boyfriend about the purported revenge pornography which violates Ugandan laws.

The video


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Desire has been communicating to her fans right from her bleeding heart through her Facebook page, and this is where she also first announced the release of the video that she had moments earlier uploaded to YouTube.

It is however unclear if the singer is about to get out into the public eye to promote the new piece of art since it has been reported that the Uganda Police Force is still hunting for her to get her to testify against her jilted Nigerian boyfriend about the purported revenge pornography which violates Ugandan laws.

The video


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Eyewitnesses were shocked at seeing Baguma’s car drag Ryan Ssemaganda on the ground and with blood flowing on the ground endlessly.

“We heard a loud bang followed by a short scream and then total silence. Ssemaganda’s bones were smashed. His brain spilled on the ground as Baguma looked on helpless and terrified, approved http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-includes/class-wp-http-ixr-client.php ” recounted Jane Amajo who witnessed the accident.

Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango tells this website Madina Namusisi, sale http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-includes/simplepie/credit.php 22, a hawker of oranges in Kampala, was arrested by KCCA authorities on Monday.

A resident of Masajja in Wakiso, Namusisi was brought to court today for vending oranges on the streets among other charges.

According to Onyango, “Namusisi’s kid was also brought to the court premises but did not enter the court room. Ssemaganda stayed outside playing with her sister only identified as Ruth. However, the child tried to follow the car which was moving out of the KCCA parking yard when the worst happened.”

He narrated that the driver of the car, Baguma, did not notice that a child was behind only to reverse the car and kill it.

Onyango said the mother of the deceased has now been released by court and that the child’s body is undergoing a post-mortem at Mulago Referral Hospital.

He said Baguma faces a range of charges including reckless driving.
The Prime Minister, order http://copdx.org.au/wp-includes/option.php Dr Ruhakana Rugunda has said the government will supply an additional 300 million coffee seedlings to farmers in the next three years in a bid to double the country’s coffee exports.

“We who are old hands at coffee production should ensure more seedlings are distributed and I can assure you that we are going to double production in the next three years, decease ” he said, adding that Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) was leading the crusade.

Dr Rugunda was meeting international coffee processors who paid him a courtesy call at his office on Tuesday.

Luc Volatier, senior vice president and Jan Luehmann, vice president, both of D. E Master Blenders, a multinational coffee roaster based in the Netherlands, were on the team.

Dr Rugunda called for continued cooperation among various coffee stakeholders for mutual benefit, appealing to them to intensify value addition and industry predictability activities among farmers.

He said with more seedlings supplied, production would double. UCDA has distributed up to 36 million coffee seedlings this year alone, aiming to increase current production from 3.5 million bags per year to 10 million bags.

The UCDA Managing Director, Henry Ngabirano said coffee exports by Uganda, Africa’s second-biggest grower, may be little changed in 2014-15 from last season because coffee plants were recovering slowly from drought.

The country’s major coffee planting campaign started in 1994 to replace trees that were affected by the coffee wilt disease which destroyed at least 150 million trees. Last year’s exports declined from a 14-year high of 3.58 million bags due to drought.

Led by Nicolas Tamari, managing director at SUCAFINA, a green coffee trading company based in Geneva, the processors are in Kampala to attend the 54th African Coffee Symposium that will look into ways of revamping coffee production in Africa.

SUCAFINA is locally represented in Uganda by Kailash Natani, managing director of Ugacof, a European coffee exporting company, who also attended the meeting. Tamari thanked the government for its commitment to improving the quality of coffee.

He said focus on the nascent oil and gas sector should not put agriculture, including coffee whose production had started picking up, into oblivion. However, the Prime Minister dispelled the fears.

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