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14:48
14:48

Frank Mwesigwa Returns To Powerful Police Command Position 1 Top story

Mwesigwa, who was promoted to his current rank in 2022, commanded operations that led to arrest of National Unit Platform (NUP) presidential candidate, Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine, on November 18, 2020 at his campaign venue, Luuka District, in Busoga sub-region.Soon after the news of Bobi Wine’s arrest spread on mainstream and social media channels, hundreds of his supporters took the streets demanding for his immediate release.
12:34
12:34

Professional Law Enforcers Firmly Take Charge of Police Again 1 Top story

From 2001 to 2018, the IGP was a military General starting with Gen Edward Katumba Wamala who served up to 2005 and was replaced by Gen Edward Kale Kayihura who was dropped on March 4, 2018, after being at the helm of police for more than 12 years.
16:33
16:33

Kisubi House Fire Kills 6 Children 1

Luke Owoyesigyire, the deputy Kampala metropolitan police spokesperson, said locals tried their best to save the children’s lives but in vain because the fire swiftly engulfed the whole house giving neighbours no chance to save the victims.
11:25
11:25

Museveni Appoints New Commander for Operations Against ADF Rebels Yoweri Museveni

Col Deo Akiiki Asiimwe, the deputy Defence Public Information Officer (DPIO), confirmed the appointments, congratulating both generals on their new roles and wishing them success.
07:49
07:49

Ugandans in Diaspora Selling Passports to Strangers-Internal Affairs Spokesperson South Africa 1 Top story

“Ugandans losing passports must return. The passports were being sold to fraudsters and they were used in crime. In some of these countries differentiating Africans would be difficult. They would sell at USD5000. It was easy for them to get these passports. Working with these foreign governments, we resolved that anybody who claims he has lost a passport must return home so that thorough investigations are done,” Mundeyi said.
07:29
07:29

UBOS Trains 500 Soldiers for Upcoming Census Brigadier General 1 Top story

Dr. Chris Mukiza, the Executive Director of UBOS, highlighted the importance of involving the UPDF in the census, noting that it would have been challenging for civilian UBOS officials to access barracks to count soldiers and their families. He commended the UPDF for their participation, emphasizing the importance of counting every individual.
09:46
09:46

ADF Linked Terror Suspects Wanted for Abandoning Bombs in Komamboga 1

.The Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) were detonated on Saturday following a tip-off from residents of Kwata zone, Komamboga, a suburb of Kampala who became suspicious after seeing unknown persons in their neighbourhood with strange packages in polythene bags.
15:28
15:28

Uganda Ever Ready for Eastern Africa Standby Force- Minister Oboth 1

Oboth lauded the development partners of EASF, represented by Jens Lindvig, the Danish Defence Attaché to Kenya, who chairs the Friends of EASF, especially in terms of funding. According to Oboth, Eastern Africa standby force can be a reality only if member states fulfill their obligations to enhance African solutions for African problems.
08:29
08:29

SFC Foil Forceful Access to Nakasero State Lodge

Maj Jimmy Omara, the Public Information Officer (PIO) for Special Forces Command (SFC) confirmed Bwanika’s arrest and detention at CPS. Omara’s response came after rumours circulated in some WhatsApp groups that a woman had been shot to death at the entrance of Nakasero State Lodge.
20:50
20:50

Catholic Church In Uganda Short Of Wine For Mass Palestine 1 Top story

The war in Gaza has affected shipments to Uganda and therefore delayed the delivery of wine from Spain.
11:27
11:27

Police Director for Human Resource Brig Gen Kamunanwire Retired from UPDF 1

The latest retirement brings the number of UPDF Generals retired in less than a year to 18 and over 50 Colonels which has left many wondering why the massive exit of senior military personnel. But Museveni used the event to explain that he is now confident to retire the Generals and other senior military officers because he sure they will not lead a miserable life since their salaries were increased and so their retirement packages.
13:09
13:09

Sectarianism Has Capacity to Spark National Insecurity-Gen Otafiire 1

According to Otafiire, providing security for countries like Uganda requires a collaborative effort from all stakeholders. He emphasized that security is now a basic necessity and providing it to the people, leaders in all spheres must ensure unity, democracy, production, fair share in determining destiny and satisfying people’s needs “because insecurity is a threat to life.”
14:56
14:56

79 People Killed in Road Crashes Last Week Ministry of Works 3

Kananura revealed that out of the 79 fatalities, 29 were motorcyclists, 23 were pedestrians, and nine were passengers on motorcycles or involved in crashes with other vehicles.
18:08
18:08

How Museveni, Aliker Got Entangled in America-Libya Politics United Kingdom 1 Top story

Dr. Martin Aliker, a veteran businessman, politician, diplomat and dental practitioner died on Monday. He was 95 and will be buried on Sunday at Aworanga, Gulu, where he was born in 1928. In his long and illustrious career at the intersection of politics and business, Aliker used his strong connections in powerful offices in different countries to position himself as a player in international diplomacy.
17:22
17:22

SGS Compensation at 30 Percent- Gov't 1 3

Citing an example of a lawyer, Raphael Okiot, who was killed by a concrete truck that collapsed on his vehicle on Wednesday this week, Waiswa said SGS vehicle inspection centres will tremendously reduce incidents of crashes emanating from motor vehicles in dangerous mechanical condition.
09:15
09:15

Police Probe Two Murders in Nansana 1

The two killings of unidentified people happened in Jembe zone and Gganda Kawuwa.
17:38
17:38

AU Urges Governments to Prioritize Fairness at Workplace 1

Uganda’s Minister of State for Labour, Employment and Industrial Relations, Esther Anyakum Davinia, said that Uganda is already in the process of signing the protocol of Free Movement and Transhumance of persons in the IGAD region with the other seven member states of IGAD so that there are no restrictions on the movement of migrant workers in the region, with the COMESA and ECCAS therefore, which is a very good opportunity for our migrants to freely move and work in these regions.
16:13
16:13

Experts Criticize Gov't For Not Allocating Money for Road Safety 1 4

The experts wondered why the government would not allocate money for road safety yet the number of people dying and getting injured increases every day.
10:28
10:28

29 Arrested for Lynching Suspected Killers of Bodaboda Riders 1

Sande Ssemanda and Richard Mawanda were hacked to death and their motorcycles were robbed at Kakola village, Katogo Parish, Nama Sub-county, in Mukono district.
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