Newly appointed Deputy Inspector General of Government, Andrew Munanura Karokora says he will not be bogged down by lack of enabling laws and procedures in the fight against corruption but will shift the burden to the accused persons to explain their wealth.
The East African Community (EAC) Secretary General Dr Richard Sezibera has defended the election of Uganda\'s nine representatives to the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), saying it was lawful.
The resident of Kekuubo cell, Nyabikoni ward, Central Division was arrested on Friday, August 17th. Arresting officers described him as a renowned drug dealer who has for years extended his business from Mbarara to Kampala and even across the border into Rwanda.
Dr. Kiiza Besigye says he will not endorse any candidate standing to replace him as Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party president. He says all the three candidates standing for the position are competent enough to discharge the duties of party President.
Nineteen women belonging to Inter-party Cooperation (IPC) have today asked the High Court in Kampala to accept the NTV video footage to prove their assault case in which they sued nine senior police officers for battering them in 2010.
A two time escapee in Apac district is facing the full wrath of the law after a grade one magistrate sentenced him to four years imprisonment. While Felix Ongom, 30, expected to be sentenced for repeatedly escaping from Police custody, he found himself facing an extra charge of escaping with government property.
A suspected robber in Kalyankonko village, Maanyi sub-county, Mityana got more than he bargained for after breaking into a residentâ€™s house on Thursday, 16th. The armed robber was disarmed, hacked and his body later burnt by his intended victim, with the help of neighbours.
The pothole developed about a month ago due to runoff water that has continuously washed away murrum leaving a deep horizontal gaping hole in the road. Drivers say the pothole that started small has now deepened due to continuous water runoff.
MV Pearl, the newly launched private ferry on Lake Victoria, has resumed operations two days after it broke down sparking off protests from stranded passengers. On Saturday, MV Pearl developed a technical glitch and suspended operations leaving hundreds of passengers stranded.