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07:44
07:44

Museveni Awards Medal to Man Who Captured Buganda Clan Leader Killers 2 Top story

The Nalubaale Medal is awarded by The President to all civilian activists who have contributed to the political development of Uganda, either through armed struggle or civil disobedience, under section 3 of the National Honours and Awards Act of 2001.
17:06
17:06

NUP Accuses Gov't Of Selective Application Of Law In UPDF Attire Controversy 4 1

Some citizens who have in the past been captured or observed dressed in army uniforms and no action was taken against them include State Minister for Sports Peter Ogwang, and veteran journalist Andrew Mwenda among others.
08:41
08:41

Bobi Wine Supporter Alleges Sodomy and Torture in Detention 1 7

Kayiwa, commonly known as Musaayi Gwa Bobi, was among the alleged casualties sharing ordeals at the special joint prayers held at the NUP headquarters in Kamwokya on Thursday in honor of persons facing gross human rights violations and those facing trial in military courts.
11:33
11:33

Museveni Calls For Speedy Rollout Of Digital Number Plates 1

Museveni argues that just like cameras, the digital number plates will be handy in defeating crime
15:29
15:29

Museveni Criticizes US, UK for Issuing Advisories on Terrorism 1 Top story

“I hear that the panicky Americans and British sent out what they call advisories to their citizens not to come to Uganda. These are mistake makers. If the situation was so bad, it would be us to advise people not to come to Uganda; not the British and the Americans. We know what we are doing, always. Even if a mistake occurs, we know how to handle it. These advisories by some of these actors is another form of interference in our internal affairs by these elements,” Museveni said.
14:33
14:33

IGG Vows to Incite Public Against Corrupt Officials

Speaking at the Uganda Media Centre to mark the 20th African Anti-corruption Day celebrated today, July 11, Kamya said the public must understand that there is a relation between their miserable lives and the actions of government officials who squander money meant for the improvement of their welfare.
11:04
11:04

Iron Sheets Saga: What The Law Says About Gifts to Leaders

If indeed, it’s true that the iron sheets were actually gifts from the minister of Karamoja Mary Goretti Kitutu, the question would be then, did these leaders follow the law that relates to gifts? The Leadership Code Act defines benefits that public officials receive that must be declared to the Inspector General of Government-IGG.
14:29
14:29

Anti-Corruption Agencies Recover UGX 256b 1 4

Akello Rose Lilly, the Minister of Ethics and Integrity said although the struggle to defeat corruption in Uganda is still far from being won, nonetheless, there is reason to celebrate the achievements of the different anticorruption agencies.
14:27
14:27

Woman Found Dead in River After Selling House to Minister Babalanda 2 7 Top story

In a longwinded case that goes back one year ago, Babalanda purchased a family home at 650 million in a deal that has now been labelled as dubious and illegal. The land in question was registered in the name of Verida Kajungu Degeya, a widow to Fredrik Degeya and her only daughter Florence Namubiru.
07:49
07:49

Museveni Again Vows To Defeat Terrorists

In a statement following yesterday’s bombings in which six people including the three suicide bombers died, Museveni said the country is more prepared now to deal with terrorism than it was five years ago.
12:45
12:45

Heavy Deployment in Kampala After Morning Blasts 8

All roads to the city have now been sealed off as police cordoned off Buganda Road, Lumumba Avenue and Parliament avenue as crime scenes. The junction between Mapeera House, Mabirizi Plaza and City Square has been sealed off by military and police trucks and hundreds of people are now seen walking out of the central business district.
11:42
11:42

23 Police Officers Injured in Kampala Explosions 1

The bomb went off at 10 am, injuring police officers at the quarter guard and civilians who were standing under a tree shade between CPS and Kooki Towers along Buganda Road in the Kampala Central Business District.
16:45
16:45

A Year Later, Relatives of November Riot Victims Cry for Justice 3 8 Top story

Speaking at a memorial service organized by the National Unity Platform-NUP in Kampala, relatives and politicians alike said although President Yoweri Museveni promised to hold to account some of those who killed their people and also compensate them, one year later nothing has happened.
18:26
18:26

Sheikhs, Scholars Label President’s Comments on Komamboga Bombing Islamophobic 10

Joseph Kasule, a Research fellow at the Makerere Institute of Social Research -MISR who has done studies on Islamic fundamentalism in Uganda, said that because the world has been made to believe that the only people capable of terrorism are Muslims, it becomes fashionable and believable if the government throws the blame on their door step.
17:12
17:12

Komamboga Bombing Victim Laid to Rest At Bukasa Cemetery 1 4

Nyinaneza a 20-year-old barmaid who is thought to have come from Rwanda had no known relatives in Uganda leaving her body unclaimed by anyone.
13:11
13:11

NUP Smells a Rat Around Komamboga Bombing 2 5

The claim, Rubongoya says, cannot be taken lightly because this could be a well-orchestrated move by the state to frame NUP leaders in order to put them behind bars for a long time.
18:53
18:53

Jim Muhwezi; The Ugandan Politician in The Pandora Papers

Yesterday, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists-ICIJ released the now-famous Pandora Papers where it reviewed more than 11 million documents from 14 organizations that help powerful people across the globe hide properties overseas in offshore accounts away from the intriguing eyes of the public and tax collectors. According to reporting by ICIJ, Muhwezi owned and held shares in two shell companies.
17:16
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One Ugandan Politician, Eight Companies Cited in The Pandora Papers 1 Top story

The papers revealed that individuals from at least 200 countries and territories had opened secret accounts in order to amass wealth. 336 current and former politicians have been cited in the papers.
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