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State to respond to Sebuufu submissions seeking acquittal

March 25, 2019 10:15 am

By Ruth Anderah.

Prosecution is today expected to respond to the final submissions filed by Pine car bond businessman Muhammad Sebuufu for murder of a business woman Donnah Betty Katushabe.

Last week Ssebuufu asked High Court to acquit him of murder of city Katushabe saying prosecution failed to bring sufficient evidence to connect Sebuufu to the murder.

Sebuufu through his lawyers Caleb Alaka denied involved in the murder and instead pinned former DPC at CPS Aaron Baguma, whom he said ordered a team of police officers commanded by Specioza Nyanzi to go at Bwebajja and arrest Katushabe.

Katushabe is alleged to have been assaulted to death on October 23rd 2015 by Sebuufu and his workers at Pine car bond for failing to pay a balance of 9 million for the car she had bought.

The summary of the prosecution evidence is that Katushabe bought a car from Pine car bond at 13 Million shillings of which she only paid 5 and left a balance of 9 million shillings.

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Kadaga had breakfast, Lunch and is improving - MOTHER

March 25, 2019 10:12 am

BY PHILIP WAFULA

pwafula@ug.nationmedia.com

KAMULI-The Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga who was airlifted to Nairobi in critical condition yesterday is now feeling better.

Her mother Eva Kadaga has told daily monitor that Kadaga’s health is improving and that she was able to at least able to eat today.

Kadaga was on Thursday admitted at Nakasero Hospital, where she was reportedly being treated for fatigue-related illnesses.

According to a statement issued by the Office of the Speaker of Parliament, Kadaga became ill as a result of a hectic work schedule, fatigue and jetlag upon her return from long haul flights to New York, USA and Rabat, Morocco.

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ICT State Minister Nantaba survives assassination

March 24, 2019 5:16 pm

By Ritah Kemigisa

The State Minister of Information and Communications Technology Idah Nantaba has survived an attempted assassination.

It is reported that unknown gunmen using motorbikes tried to end the minister’s life while on her way to Kampala from Kayunga.

She says that she is currently at Naggalama police station recording a statement.

According to NTV, the unknown gunmen who were traveling on a sports bike trailed Nantaba before she alerted the Police.

The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigire adds that Nantaba was suspicious of the men on the motorbike before she called the Nagalama Police station which alerted other stations.

Owoyesigire adds they started patrolling and monitoring the surroundings before the gunmen opened fire which prompted the Police to fire back, killing one on spot.

The Police is yet to issue a detailed statement.

 

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MP asks Kampala traders not to pay rent

March 23, 2019 2:17 pm

By Ritah Kemigisa.

Traders at Nabukeera and Qualicel arcades have been asked not to pay any rent until the Attorney General pronounces the rightful owners of the two buildings.

The Kampala Central Member of Parliament Muhammad Nsereko tells KFM that this is is the only way the confusion among the traders shall be stopped.

The traders have for two days been protesting against what they call double rent payment following a directive from a one Yanga to pay five months worth of rent, already paid to the late Charles Muhangi, when he managed the said properties.

Nsereko says the traders should start paying their own power bills moving forward and also promised to petition parliament on Tuesday next week for other legislators to offer guidance.

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Kadaga transferred to The Aga Khan Hospital

March 23, 2019 2:17 pm

By Juliet Nalwooga.

The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has been airlifted to the Kenyan capital, Nairobi for further specialized attention at Aga Khan Hospital.

The Speaker’s Principal Assistant Press Secretary, Mr.Sam Obbo says the decision to transfer Rt. Hon Kadaga from Nakasero Hospital Kampala to Aga Khan Hospital in the Kenyan capital Nairobi was based on the advice of doctors in Kampala.

Parliament in a statement issued on Thursday noted that the Speaker was admitted in critical condition at Nakasero hospital immediately after returning from the United States where she had been participating in the 63rd session of the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations headquarters.

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Parliament confirms Kadaga’s ailment

March 22, 2019 4:25 pm

By Moses Kyeyune.

Parliament has confirmed that the Speaker Rebecca Kadaga is admitted at Nakasero hospital in critical condition.

The Speaker’s private press secretary Sam Obbo has however indicated in a statement to the press, that doctors are managing the situation.

Obbo says Kadaga’s ailment was caused by fatigue and jetlag suffered on a long tour of Morocco and the United States of America, where she has been for close to a week.

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