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15:46
15:46

80-Year-Old Remains Lone Suspect in Fraudulent Sale of Land

He is accused of masquerading as an administrator of estates of the late Joshua Kabiine. A team of officers from the Land Protection Police Unit led by Commissioner of Police-CP Charles Mutungi arrested Muwanga after the lawful administrators lodged a complaint upon realising that the estate of their late father and grandfather had been sold without their knowledge.
09:13
09:13

Kyambogo University Lifts Ban On Carrying Bags Universities 4 1

On Tuesday, the University Secretary released a circular indicating that only specific laptop bags, small bags for females and light bags would be accepted after thoroughly checking at the gate.
20:48
20:48

CMI Arrests Maj Okua Over Shooting of Traffic Policeman 1 1

The Army says that Maj Okua picked Constable Mukebezi from the scene, reported a case at Kira Road and drove him to Mulago hospital.
14:28
14:28

Three Family Members Electrocuted in Nsangi 2 1

The Kampala Metropolitan Deputy Police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigyire says that preliminary findings indicate the accident resulted from illegal power connections within the area.
20:02
20:02

Shot Traffic officer in Intensive Care Unit after Losing Leg 3 1

Mukebezi was reportedly shot after a UPDF officer attached to the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence -CMI headquarters in Mbuya on Saturday as he attempted to tow a military vehicle registration number H4DF 1391 that had veered off the road and rammed into a signpost at Kobil Petrol Station along Kiwatule Road.
14:54
14:54

Former Ministers, MPs Asked to Return Official, Diplomatic Passports 1 1

Jacob Siminyu, the Ministry of Internal Affairs spokesperson explains that an MP acquires an official passport only when he or she is still a serving legislator. The same applies to ministers with Diplomatic passports that are only valid as long as they are still in the cabinet.
12:33
12:33

CID Cautions Bigwigs Against Defying Criminal Summons 2 1

CID Spokesperson Charles Twine says that many people especially those holding public offices are increasingly dodging summons even when they are delivered to them, their personal assistants or their superiors. He cited politicians, officials from different government ministries and departments, security officers, and well-established business persons.
09:24
09:24

Two Terror Suspects Arrested from Mpigi Detained in Mbuya 2

The suspects who include Siraje Ssenkungu and Muzafaru Kataza were arrested on Sunday from Mpigi by Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI), JATT, and Crime Intelligence after they were allegedly named by some of the suspects already in custody.
21:28
21:28

President Museveni Pardons Venezuelan, 78 Other Inmates 1 1

At least 79 inmates including a Venezuelan have been set free from various government prisons after they have been pardoned by president Yoweri Museveni. Uganda Prisons Service –UPS Spokesperson, Frank Baine, said Museveni forgave the inmates on medical and humanitarian grounds.
16:45
16:45

Maj Okua, 3 Others Face Attempted Murder Charges for Shooting Traffic Officer 1 1

Police insist that whatever Constable Mukebezi did was within the law and it was right to check the state of the occupants in the military vehicle and tow the wreckage to the police station. According to police, Maj Okua and his accomplices are still at large.
12:35
12:35

Parenting Styles, Media Content Could Trigger Suicide Amongst Children 2 1 Top story

Physiatrists believe that this could be one of the factors that are fueling suicide amongst teenagers, even though there is no clear-cut or simple answer as to why children commit suicide. The others push factors include depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder- PTSD, high levels of stress, physical abuse, sexual abuse and Neglect.
07:23
07:23

UPDF Soldier Wanted For Shooting Traffic Officer Esther Namaganda 1

“Someone shot a traffic officer on Kira road following a minor accident this morning (Sunday). What awaits such a rash, negligent and intentional crime”. Kasingye tweeted early before it was later confirmed that a UPDF officer was behind the shooting.
09:37
09:37

Parents Storm Kawempe School After Fire Outbreak 4 1

At first, the gatekeepers and policemen insisted that no parent was going to be allowed in for security purposes as more parents continued arriving each passing minute pleading to see their children.
12:16
12:16

Five Pupils Killed in Two School Fires Kawempe Division 2 1 Top story

The four are said to have died in the fire that caught one of the pupils’ dormitories at around 3am this morning. The victims have been identified as Tena Denge, Bashira Nabawesi, Julian Nakalanzi, all in primary one and 7-year-old Hasina Nakawuki, a primary two pupil.
15:35
15:35

35 Suspects Arrested for Attacking Motorists Along Northern Bypass northern by-pass 3 1

The suspects were picked up last night in the ongoing security operations that kicked off two weeks ago. This follows reports of thugs targeting motorists and pedestrians along the Northern bypass.
08:36
08:36

2600 Motorcycles, Cars Impounded in Last Week’s Curfew Operations 1

Uganda has been under nighttime curfew for almost two years, as one of the measures undertaken by the government to control the spread of COVID-19. The curfew runs from 6 pm for motorcycles and from 7 pm for the rest of the public, including, among others, pedestrians and motor vehicles.
07:21
07:21

CMI Detains Sheikh Ssebuufu for 53 Days Without Trial 1

“What I know is that he was arrested based on intelligence and he was detained at Mbuya for some days but later transferred to SIU. The boys he was arrested with were released on bond after they proved that they were not aware of his alleged crimes,” a source said.
18:16
18:16

ESO, UPDF Officer Detained Over Extortion, Assault in Kira 1 2

Henley Magola, a resident of the Kiganda zone listed some of the victims of assault as David George Macha, Opalas Sevelius, and Josh Okunyu. The four are nursing injuries they sustained after being assaulted by a group of nine men for allegedly declining to pay them for violating the nighttime curfew.
16:19
16:19

CID Probes UPDF Captain for Hiring Guards to Torture her Builders 1 1

According to police, the guards had plucked out the fingernails of victims with pliers. One of them lost an eardrum according to the police surgeon’s report. Twine says they have commenced inquiries vide SD 49/06/2022.
10:57
10:57

Traffic Police to Arrest Drivers, Conductors Without Vaccination Cards 2 1

Without mentioning the exact date, the Traffic Police Spokesperson, Faridah Nampiima told journalists on Monday they will soon start checking drivers and their conductors for COVID-19 vaccination cards.
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