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14:46
14:46

Women’s Council Registers Healthcare Emergency Cases in Villages Covid 19 3 1

The move comes in the wake of a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, which led to a 14-day suspension of both public and private transport, as a measure to control the movement of people. Under the arrangement, all persons intending to seek healthcare services were advised to seek movement permits from their respective RDC’s.
08:09
08:09

Five Remanded For Illegal Possession of Wildlife Species Pangolins 1 Top story

Prosecution contends that the accused persons were arrested in Masindi district on April 7th after being found with three live pangolins.
17:43
17:43

Crime Preventer Remanded for Unlawful Possession of Police Handcuffs Crime preventers 1

Nayebare told court that he is an innocent man who has never committed any crime and the said exhibits were simply planted on him
14:35
14:35

Two More Marine Officers Remanded for Abuse of Office Police officers 2 Top story

A highly placed source familiar with the matter told URN on condition of anonymity that the Marine Officers whose duty is to man security on Lake Victoria took a police boat without permission of the Coxswain (Boat Driver) and sailed up to Tanzanian territory.
17:59
17:59

Five Arrested With Pangolins in Masindi URA 1

According to the Spokesperson of the Criminal Investigations Department of Police Charles Twine, the five suspects were found with three live pangolins from Masindi District, and they will be transported to Kampala before they are arraigned in court.
15:57
15:57

Lock Down to Increase Case Backlog-Judiciary 2 1 Top story

According to the breakdown, the Land Division of High Court has a case backlog of 5,681 cases, Anti-Corruption Court 61, and Commercial Court 1766, Criminal Division 1,276, Civil Division 1,364, Execution and Bailiffs 2,832, Family Division 2,705 while the International Crimes Division has the least number of backlog standing at 33 cases.
15:36
15:36

Lawyer Petitions Minister to Discharge Dr Spire from Quarantine Corona virus 1

Spire has so far spent 21-days in quarantine despite testing negative on two different occasions. According to the Ministry of Health, his quarantine was extended after members of the same group that was quarantined at Arch apartments in Ntinda tested positive to Coronavirus Disease.
17:32
17:32

Police in Kitgum Stuck With Capital Offenders As Courts Remain Closed 1

Security personnel say the suspects were arrested on separate days shortly after courts were suspended and have since remained in detention at Kitgum central police station.
16:05
16:05

Prosecution Objects To Tumukunde's Bail Application ISO 1 Top story

Prosecution led by Lino Anguzo, the Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions has objected to the application, saying Tumukunde has capacity to interfere with ongoing investigations once released. They rely on the sworn affidavit by Senior Superintendent of Police, Richard Mugwisagye who is attached to the Criminal Investigations Directorate-CID Headquarters in Kampala.
15:21
15:21

Police Officers Remanded For Torture of Elegu Residents Elegu Town Council 1

Court heard that the officers on 2nd April at Elegu Town Council in Amuru District, intentionally inflicted severe pain or suffering on 38 victims purportedly to punish them for disobeying a curfew. However, they all pleaded not guilty.
12:12
12:12

19 Remanded in Arua for Disobeying Lawful Orders

Court heard that the suspects on Saturday at 4:30 pm congregated and locked themselves inside Kampala Gardens Bar and Lodge along Enyau road in Arua Municipality.
17:43
17:43

Police Constable Remanded for Aggravated Torture COVID 19 Curfew 1

Nakate’s tormentors who were arrested in a joint operation together with the State House Anti-Corruption Unit will now face a maximum death sentence if found guilty.
16:47
16:47

Mabirizi Petitions East African Court over Deregistered Suit Corona Virus 1 1

According to his evidence before the East African Court, Mabirizi states that on March 30th 2020, he was shown a handwritten statement by the Administrative Head of the High Court Civil Division, Dr Andrew Bashaija ordering that his cases must be de-registered and their serial numbers given to other cases.
15:22
15:22

Court Orders Prisons to Produce Pastor Yiga Abizaayo 1 1

Grade one Magistrate Timothy Lumunye issued the order for Yiga’s production after the prisons officers failed to bring him in court.
12:08
12:08

Marine Officers Remanded for Abuse of Office 3

The source noted that in the circumstances, the accused persons who are alleged to have set off for a criminal activity sank alongside the police boat together with four guns.
17:26
17:26

80 Remanded for Disobeying Lawful Orders Covid 19 2

The suspects appeared at Buganda Road Court on Thursday afternoon before the Chief Magistrate Mariam Ayo Akello.
14:45
14:45

Courts Close Following President's Directive on Corona Virus Prevention 1 1 Top story

Electoral Commission lawyer, Eric Sabiiti said he got information about the adjournment at night when he had reached Masaka from his upcountry home. Clients who turned up at the Anti-Corruption Court were also stranded as the registry was locked with no judicial officer in vicinity apart from security.
15:40
15:40

Pastor Yiga Remanded Mityana Road 2 Top story

Prosecution heard that on March 27th 2020 while at his church Revival Christian in Kawaala, a Kampala Suburb and before several Television stations, Yiga claimed that there was no Corona virus in Uganda and Africa at large well knowing that such words are likely to spread infection of the disease, which is dangerous to life.
19:29
19:29

37 Chinese Nationals Charged For Trading in Uganda without Licences Court 4

Three of them, according to prosecution, were on March 19, 2020, found disassembling several mobile phones and computers for trading purposes, albeit without a trading license. The offenses were reportedly committed in Kireka, Kira Municipality in Wakiso District.
17:34
17:34

Constitutional Court Nullifies Section 8 of POMA poma act 1 Top story

However, in a majority decision of four Constitutional Court Judges against one delivered this morning, the Justices noted that parliament bluntly passed POMA in total disregard of article 92 of the constitution, which stops the house from passing any law that may alter any decision or court judgment.
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