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18:19
18:19

State House Impersonators Remanded in Lira 2 2

Elly Apenyo, 29-year-old businessman and his colleagues Denis Olwa 40-year-old social worker were arrested on Monday and detained at Lira Central Police Station till Friday afternoon when they were paraded before court.
17:54
17:54

Court Issues Criminal Summons Against Jobless Youth in Piglets Case The Alternative 2 2

Ojobile is jointly charged with Robert Mayanja, for allegedly dumping pig heads at Kampala Central Police Station in November 2018, while protesting alleged corruption in the Bank of Uganda. According to them, corruption had been the sole ingredient for the closure of commercial banks in Uganda, over the years.
09:04
09:04

Gulu District Sells 30 Plots of Land to Settle Compensation for Dismissed Staff debt 1 2

The District Council passed a resolution in 2001 for the termination of contracts of Parish Chiefs who were working in the various Sub Counties across the district. The resolution led to the termination of contracts for 89 Parish Chiefs who later dragged the district to court and sought compensation for unlawful termination.
15:04
15:04

Muslims Applaud Court for Banning Exams on Eid Days Kibuli Mosque 3 1

The order followed a successful petition filed in 2013 by two Muslims Sadiki Kakaire and Suleiman Isotah Magumba against UNEB and its then Chairperson Fagil Mandy.
15:02
15:02

Ministry of Local Gov't Advised to Change Dates for Swearing-in of Leaders Paul Okirig 1

According to the letter dated May 11th 2021 by Paul Okirig on behalf of Solicitor General Francis Atoke, if the swearing-in takes place more than seven days effective today it will be in contravention of section 169 of the Local Governments Act.l
19:12
19:12

Court Orders UNEB Never to Conduct Exams on Muslim Public Holidays eid el fitr 1 Top story

Musoke says that whereas she agrees with the respondent that there was no any evidence as to whether UNEB since 2013 conducted exams in Muslim religious holidays, that notwithstanding, in her view the fact that no formal renunciation has been made by UNEB means that it's act of implementing such practices was done in the years stated by the petitioners and is most likely to continue in future.
10:12
10:12

Former Journalist Dean Lubowa Saava Remanded over Cyber Stalking 2

Court heard that Lubowa between March and April 2021, in the Kampala District willfully, maliciously and repeatedly used electronic device to post video recordings on his YouTube and Facebook accounts to harass businessman and flight Captain John K. Kassami before making threats to place him in reasonable fear for his safety.
08:51
08:51

Kiggundu Appeals Against Appeal Court on UGX 120 Billion Decision DTB Kenya 1

Accordingly, the banks petitioned the Court of Appeal arguing that against it arguing that the commercial court decision was reached without evaluating any evidence on record related to the breach of contract, fraud and statutory duties between the parties among others.
07:53
07:53

Court Blocks UPDF Officer From Opening Boundaries on Disputed Land 1

On Monday, the High Court Registrar Agnes Nkonge issued an interim order stopping Captain Godfrey Karamuzi, from opening up boundaries on disputed land occupying two villages of Kasese and Kyakago in Byakabanda Sub County. The land measures 254 hectares in Rakai district.
16:46
16:46

Loser of Entebbe Municipality Mayoral Race Petitions Court Fabrice Rulinda 1

Various High Court circuits in the country started receiving Election Petitions arising from the Local Council elections after the Uganda gazette of winners came out on April 22 2021.
13:35
13:35

State Given One Month to Finalize Investigations into Bizonto Sectarianism Case 1

The comedians Julius Sserwanja is also known as Kidomoole, Peter Sabakaaki (Omuzinyuuzi), Mbabaali Maliseeri (Uncle Luyuguumo), and Gold Ki Matono, also known as Opeto were arrested over on March 5, 2021, in relation to a satirical skit which, according to the government was used to promote sectarianism.
07:54
07:54

Justice Kisakye Flies Abroad for Medical Check Up eye surgery 1

According to the Judiciary Public Relations Officer Jamson Karemani, Kisakye sought permission from Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo to go for the check-up in a country he didn't specify and permission was granted.
15:44
15:44

What Next After Ongwen’s Sentencing? ICC 1 1

Ongwen 45, was found guilty of 61 crimes comprising crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Northern Uganda between 1 July 2002 and 31 December 2005 while serving as a brigade commander of the LRA’s Sinia Brigade.
12:32
12:32

NEMA Right to Allow Sugar Cane Growing in Bugoma Forest-Judge Save Bugoma Forest 2

In his decision delivered to parties via email on Friday, Justice Musa Ssekaana the head of Civil Division of High Court dismissed the petition filed by Water and Environment Media Network Uganda Limited, National Association of Professional Environmentalists -NAPE and Africa Institute for Energy Governance.
17:33
17:33

Makerere University Defends Self in Guild Presidential Election Case 1

Makerere University through it's Acting Secretary Yusuf Kiranda who also has a similar defense to that of University Acting Dean of students Winifred Kabumbuli, now want the High Court to dismiss Nalukwago's application with costs saying it lacks merit.
13:09
13:09

Judge Issues Criminal Summons Against Two Police Officers 2

The police officers, identified as Detective AIP Francis Katega and Corporal Viola Nambi, are currently attached to Kyengera and Kabalagala police stations respectively.
08:03
08:03

Masaka Senior Internal Auditor Pleads Guilty to Corruption 2

The court heard that Ssempiira solicited two million Shillings as gratification from Emmanuel Kiwumulo Mwanja, a pensioner for purposes of expeditious processing of his gratuity. He however accepted a bribe of one million Shillings from Kiwumulo on April 22, 2021, which eventually led to his arrest by the State House Anti-Corruption Unit.
19:38
19:38

Acholi Clerics Welcome Dominic Ongwen's 25 Year Sentence 1 2

Anglican Bishop Emeritus Nelson Onono Onweng, the Chairperson of the Acholi clerics under the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative (ARLPI) said that they are happy by the ICC`s judgement and termed it as ‘’considerate’’.
18:30
18:30

Deputy Chief Justice Asks Magistrates to Visit Disputed Land Sites land cases 1 1

Speaking to journalists at Luwero Chief Magistrate Court, Buteera said magistrates must always endeavour to visit the disputed land before they resolve the row.
17:12
17:12

Kenyan Gov’t Defends Itself in Male Mabirizi's Case over Maize Ban Poultry farmers 2 1

Evidence submitted by the Kenyan Government shows that Uganda was charging Kenya poultry meat Value Added Tax of 18 percent and withholding tax of six percent which is not applied to locally produced like foods, one percent of infrastructure levy, six percent of withholding tax on processed chicken meat and six percent tax for broilers and layer day old-chicks
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