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19:50
19:50

MPs React to Kyagulanyi's Withdrawal of Petition BOBI WINE 4 1

A section of Members of Parliament have expressed mixed reactions over former Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi's move to withdraw his petition after claiming that he would not get justice.
17:07
17:07

Lawyers Weigh in on Kyagulanyi’s Petition Withdrawal Supreme Court 1

Lawyers have said that some grounds raised by former Presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi including failure to amend his petition as strong enough to withdraw the case.
13:59
13:59

Family Seeks Probe into Death of Awach Sub County Chairperson-Elect Fred Oteka dies 1

Oteka, 41, a former businessman in Awach Trading Centre died a week ago, from Awach Health Centre IV after developing breathing complications. Earlier that day, he had attended a Management Committee meeting at Awach Primary School and stopped for a meal at a nearby restaurant.
12:26
12:26

EC Demands Statements on Election Results Anomalies from Returning Officers 2 1

The Electoral Commission (EC) says it has taken interest in issues raised by Uganda Radio Network (URN) from data analysis of election results.
12:22
12:22

I Haven’t Retired from The Struggle- Dr Kizza Besigye 1 3

Dr Besigye was the chief guest during thanksgiving prayers organised by Denis Onekalit Amere, the Kitgum Municipality Member of Parliament-elect over the weekend. Amere defeated State Minister for Environment Beatrice Atim Anywar in the January 14, parliamentary polls.
11:43
11:43

Human Rights Body Wants Journalists Compensated for Torture

The UHRC condemned the actions of the officers who were seen beating up journalists and other people when NUP leader Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu went to deliver his petition to the UN agency, over alleged violations of human rights. The commission expresses exceptional concern over the recent media reports showing a blatant violation of the rights of journalists and other people by some errant security officers", says a statement.
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