FDC’s Kizza Besigye arrested

The FDC Party President Col. Kizza Besigye has been arrested in Kasangati this morning. Besigye was arrested at Nangabo road, just near his home in Kasangati from where he was walking. The FDC leader has vowed to continue walking to work even after the walk to work protests have ended, despite a warning the police …

Speaker to name adhoc committee today

The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga is expected to name an adhoc committee to investigate the oil sector. The constitution of the committee is part of the resolutions passed by Parliament during a 2-day special session held at Parliament a fortnight ago. The committee will be tasked to investigate allegations made against three top government …

Oil Adhoc committtee to be named this Thursday

The Parliamentary Adhoc committee to investigate the oil sector is to be named this Thursday. This is according to Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, while presiding over a heated debate this afternoon. Some members including the opposition chief whip Winfred Kizza have insisted that the ministers implicated should step aside as per the parliamentary resolution earlier passed. …

Police withdraws deployment at Besigye’s home

The hearing of the petition challenging the continued presence of the police at the home of FDC leader Col. Kizza Besigye has been pushed to Thursday this week. This is after the representative of the state Esther Nyangoma told court, that the attorney general had been duly served. Besigye, through his lawyers of Mpanga and …

Court nullifies election of Singh Katongole

The High court has declared Moses Kasibante the legally elected MP Rubaga North and ordered Singh Katongole to vacate the seat immediately. High court judge Vincent Musoke Kibuuka has ruled that the contested vote recount that saw Singh Katongole MP was illegal and is void. Kasibante was first declared MP but his victory was over-turned …