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07:12
07:12

MPs Pressurise EC To Hold Lower Council Elections kabakumba matsiko 3 1

The Committee members are particularly concerned about the failure by Electoral Commission to conduct lower local council polls since 2001.
09:22
09:22

Kabakumba Rejects Poll Results uganda decides 3 1

Moses Tugume, the FDC candidate came third with 5,493 votes, followed by Rogers Kanti and Lenox Mugume who got 387 and 248 votes respectively. Minutes after Kizindo declared Kiiza winner, Kabakumba rejected the poll results citing irregularities.
10:45
10:45

Kabakumba Concedes Defeat, Congratulates Rival kabakumba matsiko 1

In Kibaale, the incumbent Buyaga East Member of Parliament Ignatius Besisira lost to Journalist Eric Musana, while NRM rebel MP Barnabas Tinkasimire trounced his main challenger Denis Namara in Buyaga West.
09:42
09:42

Former Masindi NRM Registrar Under Fire Over Mbabazi Letter kabakumba matsiko

Kabakumba Matsiko, the Masindi district NRM chairperson describes Byabakama as a masquerader and a self-seeker who is not supposed to transact any business on behalf of NRM and urges party supporters to disregard his letter.
08:01
08:01

Kabakumba To Evict 4000 Residents In Bujenje land disputes

The land under contention covers the villages of Ikoba, Bihanga and Kityedo in Bwijanga Sub County.
16:23
16:23

MPs Nandala, Kabakumba Go Personal In Parliament brown envelopes 4

Just two days after Deputy Prime Minister General Moses Ali pushed Ndorwa East MP Wilfred Niwagaba, Mafabi and Kabakumba diverted from discussing the long awaited Anti Money Laundering Bill and instead accused each other of corrupt tendencies.
15:55
15:55

Judge Refuses to Disqualify Self from Kabakumba Election Case kabakumba matsiko

Court of Appeal Judge Steven Kavuma has refused to disqualify himself from a three-man panel hearing an election appeal challenging the victory of Bujenje County MP Kabakumba Masiko.
17:05
17:05

NRM MPs Back in Entebbe for Another Caucus kabakumba matsiko

Today’s caucus meeting comes at a time when the Minister for Presidency, Kabakumba Matsiko, is facing a political battle of her life. MPs are calling on her to step down or be censured, over allegations that she stole a radio mast belonging to the Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) and installed it at her private radio station, Kings Broadcasting Services in Masindi.
23:57
23:57

30 MPs Sign Censure Motion Against Minister Kabakumba kabakumba matsiko

Minister Kabakumba Matsiko faces censure for allegedly taking possession of government radio equipment for personal use.
09:54
09:54

Bujenje Election Losers Rejects Court Ruling kabakumba matsiko

Phenihas Kyotasobora, the loser of Bujenje Parliamentary elections has rejected a court ruling dismissing her election petition against Kabakumba Matsiko, the incumbent MP.
15:46
15:46

Hiked Food Prices Worry Child Activists anppcan 1

The African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN) has warned that the soaring commodity prices are a recipe for child labor.
06:37
06:37

"I am Still Government's Spokesperson' Insists Kabakumba walk-to-work

A story of Kabakumba being stopped from talking on behalf of government.
Jan 18 results