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Security guard ordered to pay a fine or be sent to prison for stealing Matooke

Security guard ordered to pay a fine or be sent to prison for stealing Matooke

By Ruth Anderah: A 24 year old security guard has been ordered to pay a fine of 200,000 shillings or be sentenced to 90 days in prison for theft. George Orijuka a resident of Kigoowa Ntinda in Nakawa division has been convicted by City Hall Court grade one magistrate Moses ...

David Kugonza

October 11th, 2017

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Speaker of Parliament Kadaga to meet party Chief Whips to discuss modalities of age limit consultations

Speaker of Parliament Kadaga to meet party Chief Whips to discuss modalities of age limit consultations

By Samuel Ssebuliba: The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga is set to meet party Chief Whips to discuss modalities of age limit consultations. She has also appealed to the police to allow opposition MPs consult their constituents about the controversial matter without any ...

David Kugonza

October 11th, 2017

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UPDF Commander in Chief makes changes

UPDF Commander in Chief makes changes

By Benjamin Jumbe: The Commander in Chief of the armed forces, H.E President Yoweri Museveni has made changes in the Uganda People Defense Forces (UPDF) leadership. In the new changes, the President has appointed Brigadier Dick Prit Olum the country’s Defence Advisor in ...

David Kugonza

October 10th, 2017

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UN Secretary-General condemns ADF attack on peace keepers

UN Secretary-General condemns ADF attack on peace keepers

By Benjamin Jumbe: The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has strongly condemns a series of attacks attributed to the Allied Democratic Forces in the North Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which resulted in the death of two peacekeepers from ...

David Kugonza

October 10th, 2017

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Prosecutors’ strike paralyses work at courts of law

Prosecutors’ strike paralyses work at courts of law

By Ruth Anderah: The prosecutors’ strike has already started affecting the operations at the courts of law. In Kampala, at both the KCCA and Buganda Road courts, no prosecutor has appeared this morning prompting the magistrates to adjourn cases to future dates without ...

David Kugonza

October 10th, 2017

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