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19:45
19:45

Court Issues Criminal Summons Against Kitutu in Fresh OPM Case opm scandal 1 Top story

The amended charge sheet tendered before court by Prosecutors Diana Nantabazi and William Moses Ntumwa has now introduced Minister Kitutu and the Head of Accounts at OPM Atuhirwe.
18:07
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Trial Of Minister Lugoloobi In Iron Sheets Scandal Starts John Isabirye 2

Minister Lugoloobi is the Member of Parliament for Ntenjeru North in Kayunga District and prosecution wants to prove that he was not among the intended beneficiaries .
15:37
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Seven Witnesses Lined Up to Pin Minister Lugoloobi in Ironsheets Theft Scandal Margaret Tibulya 1

Today, the Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions Josephine Namatovu informed the Court that she has lined up seven witnesses who are ready to testify in the case when the hearing resumes next week.
14:39
14:39

Minister Kitutu Seeks Permission to Travel Abroad 1

The court has heard that Kitutu is married, has parliamentary responsibilities of serving and representing the people of Manafwa as the woman MP and possess sureties that will ensure that she doesn't abscond from court obligations.
15:26
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Court Okays Cross Examination of Gov't Witnesses in Kitutu Torture Case Johnson Natuhwera 1 1 Top story

On Tuesday, Kitutu through her lawyers Jude Byamukama, John Musiime, and Dr. Akampumuza asked the Anti-Corruption Court Judge, Jane Okuo Kajuga to allow them to cross-examine the witnesses who swore affidavits opposing the trial for the real truth to come out.
14:45
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Minister Lugoloobi's Iron Sheets Case Flops John Isabirye 1 1

Last week, Lugoloobi denied the charges, and the trial was fixed to start on Tuesday before the Anti-Corruption Court Lady Justice Margaret Tibulya. However, she did not turn up in court.
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Minister Lugoloobi Appears Before High Court, Charged Amos Lugoloobi 1 Top story

Lugoloobi appeared before Lady Justice Margaret Tibulya on Tuesday morning who read to him two charges of dealing with suspect property.
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Court Relaxes Minister Lugoloobi's Bail Terms 2 Top story

In her ruling, Lamunu said that although the prosecution opposed the case, the court has taken note of the frequent official travel needs of Lugoloobi proved by various invitation letters attached to his application.
13:29
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No More Pictures, Videos From Karamoja Iron Sheets Trial 1 Top story

The order was issued this morning by Justice Jane Okuo Kajuga following a successful application by the lawyers representing Karamoja Affairs Minister Mary Gorreti Kitutu, her brother Michael Naboya Kitutu and her Personal Assistant Joshua Abaho with whom she is jointly charged.
15:58
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DPP Asks Court to Dismiss Lugoloobi's Application for Relaxed Bail Terms Amos Lugoloobi 1

During the hearing before the High Court Registrar Lamunu on Wednesday, Lugoloobi's lawyers led by Tony Tumukunde argued that their client had been formally invited to various conferences and events, highlighting their importance for Uganda's sustainable development goals.
12:50
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Minister Kitutu Committed to High Court For Trial Jonathan Muwaganya 1

Kitutu and her brother Michael Naboya Kitutu and Personal Assistant Joshua Abaho were committed on Thursday by Chief Magistrate Joan Aciro.
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DPP Closes 17 Files on Iron Sheets Scandal 2 2

The revelation of the DPP that she is only left with technocrats for prosecution now closes the public debate and as to whether she would prosecute the top three government ladies including the Vice President Jessica Alupo whose name had equally been implicated.
15:57
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OPM Undersecretary Granted Bail Geoffrey Sseremba 1

Sseremba who handed himself to court on Wednesday joins other six officials from the OPM who were charged last week before the Anti-Corruption Court
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Six OPM Staff Granted Bail Geoffrey Sseremba 1

On Friday the Court presided over by Acting Senior Principal Grade One Magistrate Abert Asiimwe granted the officials bail following successful applications from their different lawyers.
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Arrest of Key Witnesses Delays Start of Minister Nandutu's Trial Agness Nandutu 1

Prosecution led by Jonathan Muwaganya and David Bisamunyu told the court that the witnesses could not be produced in court because some were arrested on Wednesday by the Inspectorate of Government and remanded to Luzira Prisons.
17:31
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Six OPM Staff Remanded over Fresh Multi-billion Shillings Scandal Joshua Abaho 2

The six are Deogratious Masigazi, the Under Secretary/head of the Pacification and Development Program, Joshua Abaho, the Senior Assistant Secretary, the Principal Assistant Secretary Barbara Asasira, Emmy Tonny Ameny- the Assistant Commissioner Programs, Peter Amodoi-the Programs Officer, and the Assistant Secretary Samuel Ofungi.
11:38
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Minister Kitutu's Brother Requests Transfer of Iron Sheets Case to High Court Jude Byamukama 1

According to the prosecution, between June 2022 and January 2023, at the office of the Prime Minister's Stores in Namanve, Mukono District, Kitutu is accused of causing the loss of public property in the form of 9,000 prepainted iron sheets.
12:38
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Nandutu Goes To Constitutional Court, Asks For A Halt Of Trial Agness Nandutu 2 Top story

According to Alaka they have also filed a constitutional petition seeking for the interpretation of the offense of Section 21A of the Anti Corruption Act where Nandutu is being charged .
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Mabirizi's Move to Block Trial of Iron Sheets Suspects Lacks Merit - AG OPM Scandals 2 1

Mabirizi's application was filed in April 2023, arguing that some suspects, including the Vice President, Speaker, Prime Minister, Ministers, Members of Parliament, and Members of Local Government Councils, cannot be held criminally liable as they are not holders of offices in the public service.
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Minister Nandutu Further Remanded Agness Nandutu 1

Muwaganya has told Court that when Nandutu was summoned by police, she abandoned her home and as of April 15th, 2023 all her three known phones were switched off , a search at both her home and farm and known places of her abode all yielded no results as she was suspiciously absent.
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