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17:18
17:18

St. Augustine Chapel Releases CCTV Footage of Killed Makerere University Student 3

The CCTV footage released on Friday shows Tegu holding stones a few minutes past 10 pm on June 27 chasing policemen who had gathered outside St Augustine Chapel.
13:01
13:01

Police Release Eight Makerere Residents Arrested Over Student Murder 2 1 Top story

Tom Ogwang, whose son, Reagan Ogwang and daughter, Sharon Ogwang, had been arrested confirmed that they have been set free on police bond. Teddy Olwayo, said her brother, Raymond Olwawu, has been also released on bond.
17:08
17:08

MP Komakech Granted Leave to Introduce Human Rights Defenders Protection Bill violation of rights 1 1

Komakech who introduced the Private member's bill entitled “Human Rights Defenders Protection Bill 2020 says that human right defenders that undertake to defend the rights of other persons like human rights organizations, activists, and lawyers among others have often been the target of repressive measures by the government, security forces and businesses among others.
16:00
16:00

UPDF Explains why LDUs are Deployed Outside their Areas of Origin 4 1

This video is among the many that have especially in the last three months gone viral where LDU personnel are seen assaulting hapless citizens. Acts like these, according to Maj. Bilal Katamba, the spokesperson of the LDUs, blur the good things that the force has been able to accomplish especially its primary purpose of fighting crime.
15:55
15:55

Four Suspected Thugs Apprehended in Nansana During Patrol 1 Top story

Major Bilal Katamba, the 1st Division UPDF Spokesperson, says the suspected thugs had raided Nansana East II B zone where they were found breaking the walls of buildings to gain access.
15:23
15:23

We are Working with Police to Find Student Killers – Prof. Nawangwe 2

Makerere University Vice Chancellor, Prof Bernabas Nawangwe, has said the administration is working with police to unearth circumstances that led to the beating and causing death of veterinary student Emmanuel Tegu.
19:27
19:27

Parliament Seeks Explanation for Mak Student Death LDUs 3 1

Gulu woman MP and Leader of Opposition Betty Aol Ochan told Parliament that the events leading to the student’s death are very suspicious and demanded an explanation about the killing.
19:04
19:04

Police Forcefully Takes CCTV Footage Showing Killed Makerere Student 2 3

The priest on Tuesday informed journalists that the CCTV clips were to be officially released to police and journalist on Wednesday at 11 am. However, upon accessing St Augustine Chapel CCTV control-room, the police detectives and police ICT team blocked access for journalists and Makerere Guild members access.
11:22
11:22

Fresh Details Emerge on Mak Student's Death 3 3 Top story

Jane Aguti, whose brother, Nicholas Omase is locked up says police was the first to chase Tegu and even fired three bullets. According to Aguti, although she doesn’t know why the officers were chasing the deceased, she suspects that the mob could have responded to the gunshots.
21:07
21:07

Man Dies in Mukono Stone Quarry Accident 1 1 Top story

Deborah Sanyu, an eyewitness said that Bukenya was crashing rocks in the quarry into smaller pieces for sale on Tuesday evening when the huge boulder rolled down and hit him on the head killing him on the spot.
13:32
13:32

Applicants Throng Interpol for Certificate of Good Conduct 4 2

Simon Ocaayi told URN at the Interpol Offices in Kololo on Monday that he is preparing to travel to Iraq for work once the lockdown is lifted. He however, said this was the third time he was being turned away at the gate yet all he wants is to register and have his documents ready.
13:14
13:14

10,000 Junior, Senior Police Officers Retrained in 4 Years 1

At least 10,000 junior and senior police personnel have been equipped with new command and investigations skills in the last four years according to data compiled by police force’s research, planning and human resource directorates.
11:55
11:55

Mukono Man Arrested for Killing Another Over Land 2 1

The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Area Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire identifies the suspect as Hassan Kiwanuka. According to Owoyesigyire, Kiwanuka has been on the run for hacking Matia Gimmony in June 30, 2020.
20:27
20:27

Police Warns Politicians against Flouting EC Roadmap Fred Enanga 1 1

Police’s warning follows an incident on Saturday where the supporters of presidential hopeful also Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu better known as Bobi Wine, converged at the Bulange Mengo based CBS FM after the politician appearing on a radio talk show. They tried to march with him to his Kamwokya based office but police foiled the endeavor.
15:47
15:47

Killed Makerere Student Was Respectful, Humble Preacher 1 Top story

Luddie Kirabo, who fellow-shipped with the deceased at Christ Hearts Church in Makerere, says Tegu would preach about God whenever he met fellow students.
15:04
15:04

14 Arrested in William Street Mosque Operation Patrick Onyango 3 1 Top story

According to Onyango, the suspects will be charged with among other things obstructing a lawful operation, trespass, inciting violence and embezzlement.
16:11
16:11

Another Police Detective Dies in Motorcycle Accident 1

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango says that the detective Police Constable Andrew Nyende was riding a motorcycle registration number UP-5040 when he had a head-on collision with Tata lorry registration number UAY 186Y.
19:54
19:54

Police Fire Teargas to Disperse Ex Vice-President Gilbert Bukenya's Supporters 1

Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango says that Prof. Bukenya used taxis to ferry people to his home without following the Ministry of Health guidelines on controlling the possible spread of coronavirus disease. Taxi's are only allowed to carry half of their capacity at the moment.
17:36
17:36

Security Might Kill more Ugandans than COVID-19, Warns MPs 3 1

Members of Parliament want Government to prevail on errant security officials saying many Ugandans may die as a result of security brutality than of COVID-19.
16:44
16:44

Police Attributes Crime Reduction to Installation of CCTVs 2

Although police attributes crime reductions on among other things community sensitization, increased intelligence operations, extension of police services near citizens through building new stations, CCTVs are highlighted as one of the major security projects that are greatly helping in fighting and reducing crime.
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