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19:52
19:52

MPs Task Judiciary on Delayed Justice 7 1

Bugweri County MP Abdu Katuntu tasked the Judiciary officials to explain whether they are comfortable with the speed at which disputes before court are handled.
15:28
15:28

Judiciary Seeks UGX 77b Budget For Vehicles, Construction of Courts 4 1

According to the budget estimates, Judiciary’s budget has been maintained at Shillings 181.61 billion. Bigirimana told MPs that the allocation is minimal for the institution and has left key activities for the coming financial year not funded. He appealed for an additional allocation of 26.5 billion shillings to purchase cars for judicial officials.
18:18
18:18

Supreme Court Declines to Halt Buganda Ground Rent Collections Kabaka 1 1

The Supreme Court Judge Dr Esther Kisakye has declined to halt the ground rent collections in Buganda Kingdom.
13:06
13:06

Lira RDC Warns Christians Against Fuelling Conflicts in Pentecostal Assemblies PAG Lira 1 2

RDC Odongo says the conflict between the two parties is being fuelled by some members who are opting to cross over to another faction.
20:45
20:45

Father Jailed 13-Years for Defiling, Impregnating Own Daughter Luweero High Court

The Prosecution led by Beatrice Alok Odongo, the Luweero Resident State Attorney told the court that during August 2016, Minani unlawfully performed sexual acts with his daughter, then aged 12, despite being her biological father.
19:59
19:59

Luweero Chief Magistrate to Make Weekly Visits to Police Cells 1

Luweero Chief Magistrate Samuel Munobe told URN in an interview on Wednesday that as a way of reducing complaints, he and other officials under the District Chain Link Committee have resolved to make weekly visits to police cells to establish why suspects are detained there above 48 hours and ensure that residents get justice.
16:05
16:05

Justice Kakuru Frustrated by Delayed Judgement in Basajjabalaba Case Legal Brains Trust 1

Kakuru told the court that it was unfortunate that they had failed to deliver judgment for the third time, saying he feels frustrated with the delay. He explained that they had failed to deliver judgment this time round because of the one of the judge has been sick for almost a week.
21:27
21:27

Detectives Lack Adequate Skills To Record Statements-CID Spokesperson 1 1

According to Twiine, the inspection that was conducted last week was aimed at assessing police performance, man power, human rights observance and attitude of police officers during investigations.
20:14
20:14

Government Ignoring LGBTs– Museveni Judiciary Uganda 4 1

In 2013, parliament passed the anti-homosexuality act that the president signed into law on February 24th, 2014. However, the Constitutional court annulled the act on August 1st 2014 on grounds that Parliament faulted procedures in enacting it.
19:02
19:02

Two Charged for Possessing Contraband Cosmetics 2

Court heard that on January 7th 2020 while in Kyabuyoro village in Kanungu District, Tumwijukye was found in possession of 185 cartons of assorted contraband cosmetics from the Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC worth Shillings 9 million.
17:31
17:31

Bagyenda Refuses to Defend Self on Murder Charges Brian Bagyenda 2

However, Bagyenda, who is the prime suspect, told court through his lawyer, Nsubuga Mubiru that he wouldn’t defend himself. He instead asked court to summon his father, Col Kaka Bagyenda, the Director of Internal Security Organisation, Sister Jane Francis Nantamu and Dr. Brian Mutamba from Butabika National Mental Referral Hospital.
17:20
17:20

Tracking the Masterminds of the Dunamiscoins Scam police 1

Many of the former staff of the exchange believe that in arresting Lwanga and Nabunya, the police went for the soft targets. Although Lwanga, Nabunya, and two others, Susan Awon and Faith Makula, were the registered owners of Dunamiscoins Resources Limited, the beneficial owners of the company; were four West Africans; Kingsley Egbe and Johnson Frank from Nigeria and Isaac Akwete, and a one Dr Mike from Ghana.
14:04
14:04

MP Theodore Ssekikubo Released on Bail 1 1

Masaka Chief Magistrate Deogratius Ssejjemba released Ssekikubo on a noncash bail of 10 million Shillings. His five sureties were also executed on a non-cash bond of 25 million each Shillings. The sureties included MPs Barnabas Tinkansimire, Anifa Kawooya, Mary Kabanda, Florence Namayanja and Lwemiyaga sub-county councillor Johnstone Kamugisha.
18:26
18:26

Secretary Sues Equal Opportunities Commission for Unfair Dismissal

Kasamba joined the commission in January 2017 from Kasese District Local Government on a three-year contract, which would have ended this month. However, he says, the commission, which is constitutionally mandated to eliminate discrimination and inequalities against any individual or group of persons in Uganda, was run along tribal lines, an approach which made the working environment toxic and unbearable.
07:23
07:23

341 Shortlisted Applicants Miss out On Kwania Job Interviews staff recruitment 3 3 Top story

David Ocheng, the Principal Selection System Officer in the Ministry of Public Service, says all candidates were notified about the test but couldn’t explain why the majority didn’t show up.
18:59
18:59

Failure to Renew Practicing Certificate Cost Kafuuzi a Cabinet Post Parliament 1

Advocates certificates are renewed on an annual basis. But Kafuuzi last renewed his certificate of practice on April 22, 2015, slightly over three years after enrolling as an advocate on January 18, 2012, according to the roll of advocates posted on the Judiciary Website http://judiciary.go.ug/data/ladvocates/
18:03
18:03

EA Court Sets Date for Ruling on Application to Block 2021 Elections Age Limit 1

This is according to a notice signed by the Registrar of the East African Court of Justice Yufnalis Okubo summoning Uganda’s Attorney General and Mabirizi to go and receive the ruling.
14:55
14:55

Court Rules Brian Bagyenda Has Case to Answer butabika hospital 1

On Friday, Justice Moses Kazibwe ruled that Bagyenda and his co-accused have to defend themselves against the evidence produced to court by the 16 prosecution witnesses.
13:32
13:32

Uganda Cancer Institute Cannot Handle Glaser’s Illness – Dr Orem 1

A new report signed by the head of the Uganda Cancer Institute Jackson Orem has recommended that Glaser seeks urgent comprehensive management abroad. According to Dr Orem. There is evidence of progression of cancer, to a level that cannot be handled by the Uganda Cancer Institute.
19:40
19:40

Taskforce Recommends Disciplinary Action Against Seven Court Staff 1

Last year, the Chief Justice, Bart M. Katureebe set up a nine-member Taskforce chaired by the then Registrar Inspectorate of Courts Dr Immaculate Busingye to investigate several Judiciary officers at different Magistrates Courts who had implicated by media reports to be involved in corruption tendencies.
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