Terror suspect faces 25years in jail

Edris Nsubuga, the man who confessed to being part of the terrorists behind the July 11 bomb blasts has been sentenced to 25years in jail. He has been sentenced to 25 years on each count of the 3 counts terrorism though they will run concurrently. Nsubuga admitted placing the laptop that was used by the …

3million Ugandans infected with Hepatitis B

The ministry of health has revealed that more than 3 Million Ugandans are estimated to be infected with the Chronic Hepatitis B virus. The revelation was made by the health minister Dr Ondoa Christine while presenting a statement to parliament on the status of the disease in the country. Hon Ondoa also noted that the …

Terror suspects plead for mercy

The High Court will on Friday this week deliver its judgment for the two suspects who confessed to being part of the terrorists behind the July 11 bomb blasts. Edris Nsubuga pleaded guilty to charges of terrorism while Mugisha Mohammod pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to committing acts of terrorism. Nsubuga admitted placing the …

2Terror suspects plead guilty

Two suspects have today pleaded guilty to charges arising from the July 11th bomb blasts. Edris Nsubuga has pleaded guilty to charges of terrorism, while Mugisha Mohammod pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to committing acts of terrorism. Edris Nsubuga had earlier confessed to committing the act before the police and also made an extra …

Suspected suicide case at Mulago Hospital

A body of a man was this morning recovered in a septic tank at Mulago hospital, in a suspected case of suicide. The man whose identity has not yet been identified is reported to have been a patient at Mulago Hospital. Some of the patients claim that he attempted to throw himself into the tank …