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Morning Breeze

This show runs from monday to friday and helps you start your day fully informed of what is going on in the country

Morning Traffic In and Around the City
Face Off with Oscar Semweya-Musoke, a must watch every Sunday 5PM.
Dalton Kaweesa is at Kitgum Junction: "The number of cars coming from Mukwano side tell how heavy traffic is in the areas of Nsambya."
Hon. Nambooze: Never in my six years as MP have I asked to go abroad for treatment but this time, I had to travel. At Mulago, the one machine that was needed to carry out tests given my condition had broken down 2 years ago.
Katabazi: The budget 2017/18 is the biggest budget we have seen so far. This includes a 10% cut to support infrastructure development. David Lambert: By default, when the budget is cut, it affects many ministries. In the last quarter, we didn't receive the money that we had expected and this...
Gashumba: This is going to be a must watch show every Sunday
Lucky: The show will focus on everything about health
Dr. Ekwaro Obuku (Gen. Secretary Medical Association): Averagely, an intern gets 780,000 shillings, this includes accommodation Gen. Secretary Medical Association): In Uganda we have 5000 doctors and only 1500 doctors are in practice Dr. Obuku: People are misleading the president that in order to achieve a middle income status, you have...
Hon. Anthony Akol throws more light that they were given sugar and money
Owek. Dan Muliika: I was here in January and told you that we are going into a useless exercise of elections. Uganda is a failed state. The whole country has failed systems. The other day I saw police caning people. We have to take power to the owner and draft...