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20:09
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Retired Soldier Sues Kyankwanzi Commandant for Shs600m Lt Col Khauka 1

In his documents filed before the Civil Division of High Court, Retired Lt Col Vincent Khaukha alleges that in 2019, his company Inbred Associates was contracted as project consultant on the infrastructural development project at NALI which was worth 5 billion shillings.
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Former NYTIL workers spend 25 years begging for their pay government 5 1

The now aged citizens, some already eighty years old, decided to draft a terminal benefits compensation claim of 10 billion Shillings. On average, each would be paid sh2.8 million for all those years, a mere three days' pay for a Member of Parliament.
15:42
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MPs Summon Attorney General over Vehicle Inspection Contract SGS Ltd, 2 1

The Physical infrastructure committee of Parliament has summoned the Attorney General William Byaruhanga to appear before the committee and present Government’s position on the inspection of motor vehicle.
13:07
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Mabirizi Withdraws Age Limit Judgement Review Application from Supreme Court Dr Esther Kisaakye 1 Top story

Mabirizi told the judges that since the Attorney General hadn’t even filed any response to his application, they should be pleased to endorse his decision to withdraw it without issuing any orders.
08:29
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Mayuge District Commercial Officer Dismissed for Lack of Academic Documents Attorney General

The ministry acted on a tipoff from a whistleblower who indicated that Waiswa's academic documents did not corroborate with the institutions he claims to have studied from. The whistleblower further stated that several civil servants in Mayuge district acquired their jobs after bribing the District Service Commission.
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Supreme Court Tightens COVID-19 Preventive Measures Eric Sabiiti 2 Top story

Although the Chief Justice, Bart Katureebe had indicated that not more than 10 people should be allowed during such court sessions, at least 36 seats were reserved in the court room.
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Jinja RDC Erick Sakwa Secures Order to Stay Interdiction police commander 1 1

Sakwa was interdicted on May 4, 2020, but declined to vacate office on account the interdiction was fake and had loopholes in its delivery. The interdiction came days after Sakwa was charged with malicious damage, manslaughter and theft.
14:46
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Court Blocks Payment of UGX 10 Billion to MPs for COVID-19 Activities Covid 19 1 Top story

Through their lawyers of AF Mpanga and Company Advocates, the two legislators contend that parliament breached its rules of Procedure when it smuggled the issues of the said money into the Budget committee report without the consent of members.
16:03
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IGP Tasks Legal Director to Appeal POMA Judgement Fred Enanga 2 Top story

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga, says their Legal Director is working with a team of lawyers from the Uganda Police Force and Attorney General’s office to file an appeal as soon as possible.
11:44
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Gov't, Judicial Officers Opt for Mediation Over Bigirimana's Appointment pius bigirimana 2 Top story

Tegule told court that his clients need to file a Supplementary Affidavit and asked for a month to settle their issues with Bigirimana through mediation. Karemera didn’t object to the application prompting the judge to adjourn the matter to April 8th, 2020 for the parties to update court on the progress of the mediation exercise.
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Gov't Sued Over Kireka Police Barracks Land Attorney General 1 Top story

. In a suit filed by BBM Advocates and Consultants in the Civil Division of High Court, Kireka Estates Limited accuses government of taking over its land without adequate compensation. The contested land hosts Kireka Police Barrack and Ministry of Works Laboratories.
09:45
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Provisions in Approved Presidential Elections Bill Generate Mixed Reactions Attorney General 3 5 Top story

The Electoral Commission Spokesperson, Jotham Taremwa, says the electoral body cannot state a definitive date for elections until nominations are concluded.
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Inter-Ministerial Committee to Conduct Fresh Investigations on Lusanja Eviction resident 5 1

The land in question measuring at least 9.6 acres was given to businessman Medard Kiconco who, according to a judgement by Justice Taddeo Asiimwe, acquired it from the rightful owners in 2016 as opposed to the 148 other claimants who bought it from a one Chrispa Bitarabeho who had no right to sell the land.
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Uganda Releases, Deports 13 More Rwandans Attorney General 1

The Foreign Affairs Minister, Sam Kutesa,, says the release of the Rwandan nationals is part of Uganda’s effort to normalize relation with her neighbor that fell apart at the beginning of last year, leading to the closure of Gatuna border.
07:51
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Uganda in Advanced Stages of Negotiations With DRC in Plunder Case President Museveni 2 1

Byaruhanga says that although the court had asked Uganda and the DRC to settle the matter out of court, DRC proposed 23 billion US Dollars which was too much for Uganda. Uganda has however offered 150 million dollars, though it hasn’t been agreed yet by DRC.
18:03
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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.
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MP Ogwang's Ministerial Appointment Queried Over Academic Papers Rebecca Kadaga 1 Top story

You were vetted by the Parliament of Uganda on 3rd January 2020 based on falsified academic certificates contrary to the Constitution of Uganda and electoral laws. You have ignored and failed to disclose your true education qualifications to the appointing powers with intent to, again, continue drawing the tax payers’ money in form of a salary when you are not qualified so to do,” further reads the notice to Ogwang.
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Nakasongola Introduces Ordinance To Combat Vandalism Attorney General 4 1 Top story

According to proposed ordinance, Bogere wants the district to restrict the business of dealing in scrap to adults above 18 years following reports that children are dropping out of school to sale scrap. He also wants the district council to compel scrap dealers to have known collection centers where people can sale old metals rather moving house to house, which abets vandalism.
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Court Upholds Appointment of Jinja District Land Board Chairperson letter

The order which was issued on Friday by the Jinja High Court deputy registrar, Fred Waninda. It followed an application that was filed by Musenze, after the former Minister of Lands Betty Amongi criticised the manner in which he was elected.
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