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UOC Workers Spend Four Months Without Pay roger ddungu

Workers at the Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) offices at Lugogo are worried after going four months without pay.
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Court Summons Besigye, Lukwago Over Ariong's Death john bosco ariong

Buganda Road Court on Monday issued criminal summons against the Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, FDC leader Kiiza Besigye, Kampala woman MP Nabilah Nagayi, Kawempe mayor Munyagwa Mubarak and Ingrid Turinawe, the chairperson of FDC women’s league.
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Ad hoc Committee on Oil Resumes Work 1

The ad hoc committee on oil has resumed its work nearly four months after court stopped the probe. The seven-man parliamentary committee started work on Monday after the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga gave the go-ahead for the probe.
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Parliament Begins KCCA Recruitment Probe jeniffer musisi

The parliamentary committee on Presidential Affairs has begun investigating the methods of recruitment in the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA). Employees of the defunct Kampala City Council (KCC) petitioned parliament seeking clear terms of their departure in the event that the current Authority under Executive Director, Jennifer Musisi, does not absorb them.
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Mirundi Opts For Out of Court Settlement With PS Muganzi tamale mirundi

Presidential Press Secretary Tamale Mirundi has this morning opted to settle out of court the defamation case filed against him by the Works Permanent Secretary Charles Muganzi.
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Museveni Pardons Shama Kooky sharma kooky 1

Sharma Kooky, a businessman of Indian origin who was in 2000 convicted and sentenced to death for the brutal murder of his wife, has been released on a presidential pardon. Kooky together with his brother Lavinder Kumar, were in September 2000 sentenced to death for the December 23rd 1997 murder of Renu Joshi. The crime was committed at Plot 43/45 Martin Road in Old Kampala where the couple was staying.
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Malian Team Stranded in Uganda after Coup djoliba fc

Mali’s top soccer side Djoliba FC is stranded in Uganda after their Saturday first leg clash against URA FC in the 2012 Orange Champions League. While they celebrated the 2-0 away win over URA FC, their country’s military toppled the government of President Amadou Toure. Many flights into and out of Bamako, the capital of Mali are suspended and the team of 18 players and seven officials are now unsure when they would get back home.
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150 Illegal Immigrants Face Deportation

About 150 illegal immigrants mainly of Asian origin are to be deported within a period of one week, according to officials from the Immigration Department.
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Gov't, Opposition Comment On Afrobarometer Report

The report reveals that that 74 percent of Ugandans now think that the country is going in the wrong direction. The revelation is shocking given that it comes just a year after the last presidential elections that returned the current government under President Yoweri Museveni to power.
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Hearing of Buganda Riots Case To Start On April 14th pro-buganda riots

The Judiciary has announced April 14th as the hearing date of the much anticipated trial of 27 suspects arrested in connection to the September 2009 Buganda riots that left at least 30 people dead.
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Clinical Officer Arrested For Performing Abortion

Wanimwange 75, a Congolese national who operates a private clinic in Opano village in Nebbi town council, was on Thursday arrested by police after an investigation was lodged against him. The former clinical officer of Nebbi hospital who retired in 1992, is alleged to have performed an abortion on a 17 year old student of Nebbi town Secondary School.
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Pressure Group Storms Police Headquarters Over Ochola's Comments okoth ochola

Pressure group ‘Concerned Citizens’ on Monday morning stormed the police headquarters demanding a clarification from deputy Inspector General of Police Okoth Ochola over the statement he made stating ‘the red line has been drawn’.
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Netherlands based Striker Kizito to Make Cranes Trip to Khartoum uganda cranes

Netherlands based striker Derrick Fabian Kizito is part of the Cranes team that departs on Tuesday for Khartoum, Sudan ahead of an International friendly against Egypt on Thursday.
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UNRA: Seven Bridges Get Facelift

At least seven bridges are currently undergoing repairs in a government program to rehabilitate all major bridges in the country.
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Police Officers Decry Lack Of Helmets police protection

Police officers in Kampala have expressed concern over the lack of enough protective gear to help them deal with dangerous situations. The complaints follow the death of John Michael Ariong, a police officer who was stoned to death five days ago during riots that followed the arrest of opposition politicians.
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Kayihura Links Al shabaab & ADF to Market Fires mysterious fires

The Inspector General of police Lt. General Kale Kayihura claims that al shabaab militants and ADF rebels are responsible for the mysterious fires that have burnt down markets around the country.
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150,000 Infected With River Blindness In Hoima

Close to 150,000 people in Hoima are infected with River blindness, according to the results from the district disease focal office.
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UPDATE: Buganda Officials Allowed to Meet Riot Suspects In Luzira buganda riots

Four Buganda Kingdom officials have been allowed inside Luzira Prison to meet the 27 suspects of the 2009 Buganda riots.
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Arua RDC Wants Four Municipal Officials Arrested ibrahim abiriga

Arua Resident District Commissioner, Ibrahim Abiriga, has ordered police to arrest four senior municipal officials who last week spearheaded the destruction of shrines belonging to different traditional herbalists.
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Police Officers: Braving the Sight and Smell of the Dead for a Noble Duty police patrollers 1

The respect accorded the dead in Africa most times borders on fear. Most people will fear to touch, dress or even view the remains of dead relatives. However, a Uganda Radio Network reporter who recently spent three days moving with the police patrol unit says handling dead bodies is one of the duties that await officers on these patrol cars.
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