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Former cranes manager, Chris Mubiru is arrested

Former cranes manager, Chris Mubiru is arrested. Police had last year issued an arrest warrant with Interpol after he  fled the country. He is accused of alleged defilement and sodomy. Speaking to Kfm this morning, Police spokesperson Judith Nabakooba confirmed his arrest calling upon anyone with information to help in the investigations to come out.

Workers at bank of Baroda strike

  Workers at Baroda bank Main branch are on strike. The workers are demanding for a salary increment and better working conditions. Customers were this morning welcomed by empty counters, with no single worker to attend to them. The bank management has now posted a notice at the entrance asking customers to use other branches because the workers are on strike. we spoke to some of the workers who says that they signed aggreements okaying the increment in 2011 but nothing has been done to effect details of the agreement.  

Former Buganda speaker dies

Former Buganda Kingdom deputy speaker, Dr Fred Higiro Semajege has died. He passed on this morning at an undisclosed hospital . Buganda kingdom spokesman, Denis Walusimbi says his death is a great loss to the kingdom. He has been one of the longest serving ministers in the kingdom having served during the Late Kabaka Muteesa’s reign. He also played a crucial role in mending relations between the Buganda and central government.  

Sam Njuba passes on

FDC national chairman Sam Kalega Njuba is dead. The opposition leader died at Nsambya hospital where he was admitted with stomach complications FDC chairman in the Buganda region, Yusuf Nsibambi says that Njuba had undergone several operations after tests showed he had cancer. Nsibambi describes Njuba as a dedicated man and a nationalist

14 sign up to censure Tumwebaze

About 14 MPs have signed the motion for the censure of Kampala Minister and Minister for the presidency Frank Tumwebaze. Most of those signed up are mainly from the opposition apart from one NRM Chemaswet Abdi who is expected to move of this motion. The movers of the censure motion accuse Frank Tumwebaze of incompetence, abuse of office and contempt of court when he rejected a court order. Some of the mps who have signed the petition include Hassan Kaps Fungaroo, Betty Aol, Betty Nambooze, Alice Alaso, and Lulume Bayiga. The others are Gerald Karuhanga, Moses Kasibante and Wafula Oguttu who he is hopeful that they will raise the signatures. According to the Parliamentary Rules of Procedure, the legislators have …