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12:32
12:32

Besigye, Lumumba Join Bunyangabu Campaigns bunyangabu district

Rogers Mulindwa, the NRM Party Communications Officer, says Lumumba will represent President Museveni, the NRM party chairperson at the campaign rallies because he is out of the country attending the United Nations General Assembly.
11:00
11:00

Mafabi Digs at Muntu Ahead of FDC Vote nandala mafabi 3 1

The Forum for Democratic Change FDC Secretary General, Nathan Nandala Mafabi, says he will thwart any attempts to skew party presidential elections in favour of any of the candidates in the race. FDC president Mugisha Muntu, who defeated Nandala in the 2012 elections, is the race to retain the top seat of Ugandas biggest opposition party. He faces competition from four other candidates who include former Kumi County Member of Parliament Patrick Oboi Amuriat.
07:22
07:22

Pictorial; Day 2 of FDC Presidential Nominations mugisha muntu

The FDC Electoral Commission Chairperson Dan Mugarura says Lukubira called saying he had encountered difficulty. In total, five candidates have been nominated to contest for the seat.
17:49
17:49

FDC Elections: Two More Candidates Nominated, One Bows Out mugisha muntu 5 1

Those nominated today are Kawempe South MP Mubarak Munyagwa and former Kumi County legislator Patrick Oboi Amuriat. The third candidate who was supposed to be nominated--Moses Bakubi Lukubira--bowed out of the race at the last minute.
06:50
06:50

Pictorial: Final Day of Campaigns in Kyaddondo East mugisha muntu Top story

Tuesday was final campaign day in Kyadondo East by election slated for Thursday, June 29. Uganda Radio Network followed FDC candidate Apollo Katinti flanked by party big wings as he canvassed for votes. At first, he had to briefly call off his rallies as he protested arrest of a fellow candidate Robert Kyagulanyi. The party also battled NRM to take over Wampewo playground as candidates of the two parties wanted to the venue
15:11
15:11

Do Not Abandon Kantinti -Besigye kizza besigye 2

Besigye defends Kantinti saying that he could not perform during his first year in Parliament because he spent most of his time in court trying to defend his victory. He pleaded with voters to return Kantinti to parliament and judge him at the end of a five year term.
07:46
07:46

Pictorial: Chaos Precedes Makerere University Guild Elections kizza besigye

Several police officers were injured as students pelted stones at the Police. Police also used teargas and bullets to disperse the rowdy students. Among the injured, Denis Nyanzi Kasibante, the Makerere University OC station was hit by a huge block, leaving him bleeding.
20:53
20:53

Chaos as Besigye Sneaks into Makerere kizza besigye

Besigye had been sneaked into the university campus in a Toyota Prado registration number UAM 736E belonging to the Makerere LCV woman councillor Doreen Nyanjura.
11:34
11:34

Besigye Laments Endless Court Appearances besigye court cases 1

Besigye has been reporting to the Deputy Registrar of the Criminal Division of the High Court since July, 2016 when he was released on bail after close to two months in detention.
12:11
12:11

Besigye Demands Police Withdrawal from Kasangati Home besigye arrest 1

Police officers have deployed at the home since Besigyes arrival in the country on Monday, after a one month trip to Europe and United States of America. Although there is minimal deployment today on the road leading to Besigyes residence, visitors are subjecting to some checks and scrutiny.
15:38
15:38

I Was Kidnapped By the State-Besigye besigye returns 5 1

Besigye told journalists at his home in Kasangati that he was mobbed by security disguised as Civil Aviation Authority personnel as he inclined off the plane and whisked away towards the Old Airport.
07:57
07:57

Heavy deployment Ahead of Besigye Return kiiza besigye

Presence of both military and regular police officers is visible from Kibuye to Entebbe airport.
15:58
15:58

Chief Justice Condemns Pro-Kayihura Demonstrations police brutality 1

Chief Justice Bart Katureebe told journalists from his chambers in Kampala that such a raid on the courts of law is unacceptable in a country with rule of law.
12:46
12:46

Besigye Asks Museveni to Open Talks with Opposition besigye arrest 1

Former presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye says that President Yoweri Museveni now feels so insecure because he does not have the peoples mandate to hold power. The insecurity, Besigye adds, drives Museveni into clinging onto power regardless of the cost.
12:40
12:40

Besigye Reports to Court over Bail Terms kizza besigye

Former presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye was on July 12, released on a non-cash bail and ordered to report to the Deputy Registrar of the Criminal Division of the High Court once every two weeks.
16:30
16:30

Kizza Besigye Bail Application Deferred over Eid-el-Fitr

The bail application hearing had initially been scheduled for tomorrow. However, in celebration of Eid-el-Fitr, the presiding judge decided to push it to Monday July 11, Solomon Muyita, the Senior Communications Officer of the Judiciary says.
10:55
10:55

State Withdraws Traffic Offense Charges against Besigye kizza besigye 1 Top story

The state was scheduled to present its fourth witness into the hearing of the case but prosecutor Joseph Kyomuhendo asked Magistrate presiding Grade One Magistrate Freddie Egesa to allow them withdraw from the case since the state had lost interest in the matter.
13:12
13:12

Turinawe Held at Jinja Road Police Station journalists beaten 4 1

Siraje Bakaleke, the Kampala East Metropolitan Regional Police, says Turinawe was picked up for disobeying lawful orders.
09:58
09:58

Besigye Pleads for Speedy Trial besigye defiance 2 1 Top story

Besigye also noted that investigations into threats on his life have been slow yet state had asked for two weeks to conclude. He further revealed that the prisons authorities are violating his rights by refusing him to communicate with his supporters.
15:46
15:46

Court Rejects Video Evidence Against Besigye kasangati court 1 Top story

Defence lawyers led by Ernest Kalibbala questioned the credibility of the footage on account that it had been edited to 7 minutes and 42 seconds from a record of 1 hour and 20minutes.
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