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20:08
20:08

Ntungamo LCV Chairperson, Councillors in Blame Game Over Attack on District Speaker Denis Singahache 5 2

The District speaker Elijah Authaire and clerk to Council were on Wednesday attacked and pepper-sprayed by unknown people who forced themselves into their offices at the district headquarters.
14:35
14:35

NRM to Conduct Party Elections in New Districts 25 new districts

Speaking to journalists at the party offices at Kyadondo Road Kampala on Thursday, Tanga Odoi the party Electoral Commission Chairperson said the elections will be held on January 21.
16:39
16:39

Police Brutality, Clapdown of Opposition Activities Bad Signs for 2021 Polls-ANT 4 2

ANT spokesperson, Wilberforce Seryazi says that such brutality and clampdown of opposition activities give bad signals for the next general elections.
22:28
22:28

Police, Electoral Commission Reach Consensus on Bobi Wine Consultations

Speaking after the meeting held on Thursday at the Electoral Commission offices on Jinja Road in Kampala, Simon Byabakama Mugenyi said that Kyagulanyi and three other presidential aspirants Nkwagabwa John Herbert, Fred Mwesigye and Joseph Mwambazi should be allowed to exercise their right to consulting Ugandans.
18:58
18:58

Bobi Wine to Reschedule Consultation Program Elections

Speaking to journalists at his offices in Kamwokya hours after a meeting with the Police leadership and the Electoral Commission, Kyagulanyi said that there was agreement among the three parties that, it is within his right as a presidential aspirant to reach out to Ugandans without any restrictions from the police and other security organs.
19:12
19:12

EC, Police to Meet Bobi Wine over Foiled Consultations UGanda Police Force 1

The other aspirants are Nkwagabwa John Herbert, Mwesigye Fred and Mwambazi Joseph. This development comes just days after Kyagulanyi, campaigning under the People Power umbrella failed to hold three of his full week scheduled consultation meetings in different parts of the country. These included meetings earlier planned to take place in Gayaza, Gulu, and Lira.
15:34
15:34

Civil Society Wants Court to Interpret POMA National NGO forum 5 1 Top story

Charity Kalebbo Ahimbisibwe, the Head of Communication and Advocacy at Citizens’ Coalition for Electoral Democracy in Uganda-CCEDU, says police often interprets POMA the way it wants.
21:03
21:03

Persons with History of Aggression Barred from Gen Muntu’s Party 2 1

The party has strictly forbidden the recruitment of persons with a taint of intolerance and any form of political aggression.
14:30
14:30

Archbishop Urges Political Aspirants to 'Keep Money Out of Campaigns' Church of Uganda 3 1 Top story

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, The Most Reverend Stanley Ntagali made the call in a New Year’s Day Sermon at St Paul’s Cathedral, Namirembe. Ntagali cautioned all political aspirants about the high cost of winning an election. He urged people not to go into debt as a means to get elected.
10:03
10:03

High Court Orders for Fresh LCI Elections in Lungujja Parish 1 4

Justice Lydia Mugambe of Civil Division on Monday ruled that the elections conducted in Sendawula Zone in July 2018 were disrupted by chaos, commotion resulting in unfair elections.
16:29
16:29

People Power Unveils 2020 Consultation Road Map 1 Top story

Joel Senyonyi, the Spokesperson of the group said they will launch their consultations from Kyadondo East County, the home of their Presidential Aspirant before spreading out to other regions of Uganda.
11:20
11:20

People Power Coordinator Out on Police Bond 1 Top story

The Iganga District Police Commander, David Ndaula, says they released Lugwire and his co-accused because investigations are still ongoing.
11:13
11:13

Masaka NRM Leaders Demand Review Of Voters Verification Exercise 3 2

Fred Kalema, the NRM Chairperson for Nyendo-Ssenyange Division and other party leaders want the Electoral Commission to consider conducting the exercise at village council levels to enable all eligible voters to participate.
19:18
19:18

Makerere Management, Disciplinary Commitee Clash Over Student Suspension Gulu University 1

According to the memorandum of appeal to the University Council, the supreme governing body of the university, Goddy Muhanguzi Muhumuza, a University legal officer wants Council to allow the appeal, set aside the students’ disciplinary committee’s decision and grant the costs of appeal to the institution.
11:37
11:37

Inconsistencies Affecting Voter Registration Exercise in Masaka 1 4

Swaibu Makumbi, the Chairperson of Masaka Social Rights Defenders Network, argues that the exercise is being affected by lack of common practices to guide its effectiveness.
15:55
15:55

Opposition Constitution Amendment Bill Title Gazetted 1 1

The title gazette follows several exchanges between the Clerk to Parliament Jane Kibirige, Attorney General’s Office, Ministry of Finance and the Leader of Opposition Betty Aol Ocan.
19:04
19:04

Opposition Doubts Competence of New Cabinet 6 1

The new faces in the cabinet that was announced on Saturday include Kyaaka County MP Jackson Kafuuzi, Ajuri County MP Denis Hamson Obua, Usuk County MP Peter Ogwang, Kakumiro Woman MP Robinah Nabbanja, Kitgum Municipality MP Beatrice Anywar, Igara West MP Rafael Magyezi, and Serere Woman MP Helen Adoa.
12:14
12:14

Court Dismisses Interim Application Seeking to Include Prisoners In Voting Process sarah langa 1 Top story

The Deputy Registrar of the High Court Civil Division, Sarah Langa dismissed the application this morning on grounds that the applicant, Steven Kalali ought not to use the application as a short cut to justice for his delayed suit pending judgment, which is illegal.
07:26
07:26

Opposition MPs Discuss How to Advance Constitution (Amendment) Bill Jacob Oulanyah 1 Top story

The opposition legislators met over the weekend in a three day retreat at Entebbe led by the Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Betty Aol Ocan, their party leaders and representatives from Uganda People's Congress (UPC), Democratic Party (DP), Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) and Justice Forum to chat away forward.
11:18
11:18

UN Women to Train Women Vying for Political Office 1

The project to train the women is expected to start early next year and targets over 6,000 women. The women will be taught how to debate, solicit campaign funds and how to network with influential people
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