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19:12
19:12

Mak Student Leaders Pessimistic About Outcome of Council Meeting Makerere University 1 1

Marion Kirabo, the guild minister for Gender, Ethics and Integrity who was also part of the students’ team that presented in council said they are pessimistic about the outcomes of the meeting.
15:12
15:12

Pictorial: Protests in Kisekka Market military police 9

Hundreds of shops were closed today afternoon following protests in Kiseka Market
17:09
17:09

Mak Don Beaten by Military Police, Hospitalized MAKERERE UNIVERSITY 2 5 Top story

Luwangula who is currently receiving treatment at Mengo Hospital in Kampala says that he was beaten on Thursday night after conducting a lecture.
14:51
14:51

Police Reconstruct Maj Gen Kyaligonza Crime Scene military police

The team which was led by the Kampala Metropolitan Criminal Investigations Commander Johnson Olal reconstructed the scene of crime and also interviewed a number of residents in the area on the incident that occurred on Sunday morning.
20:40
20:40

Maj Gen Kyaligonza Summoned for Assaulting Traffic Officer major general 1

Kyaligonza, together with two of his Military Police guards are alleged to have assaulted Sargent Esther Namaganda, a traffic police officer while she was on duty guiding traffic in Seeta. The Military police guards who were arrested yesterday have since been identified as Peter Bushindiki and John Okurut.
16:40
16:40

Security Foil Student Strike, Kyambogo Defers Internship Fees Payment kyambogo university 1 3 Top story

In his October 26 letter to the University Bursar and the Kyambogo ICT Director, Okello said the university management agreed that continuing students in the School of Management and Entrepreneurship - SOME had agreed to pay the revised fees in the second semester.
19:45
19:45

Police on High Alert Ahead of Bobi Wine's Return military police 2 1

The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, says any person found participating in the illegal procession or assembly will face the law.
16:10
16:10

Arua Municipality: NRM Members Scared for Their Safety resident 3 1 Top story

Joyce Lekuru, the Arua District NRM Vice Chairperson, said it has become difficult for their members to identify with their party colors.
15:56
15:56

Military Court Expels Kitatta's Lawyer Indefinitely ground 1 Top story

Muyanja argued that the witness was supposed to defend his testimony given that he is the one testifying against the accused persons. The lawyer had asked Kasaija to explain the events that unfolded when he arrested the accused persons on January 19th, 20th and 21st 2018.
13:56
13:56

Mak Military Deployment Unnecessary- Don military police 1 3

Military police personnel have been deployed at Makerere University Campus over the last two weeks, to quell student protests against the lifting of the presidential age limit from the constitution. They have pitched camp at the eastern gate of the university adjacent to the university police post.
10:38
10:38

Pictorial: Chaos, Destruction As Makerere Students Join Age Limit Protests military police

Makerere University may still be counting losses a day after protests against presidential age limit removal left a trail of destruction.
18:37
18:37

Age Limit Protest Leaves Trail of Destruction at Makerere military police 7 1

It was a chaotic day at Makerere University as students mobilised to march to parliament in protest of the planned removal of the presidential age limits.
07:09
07:09

Pictorial: The Strike That Led to the Closure of Makerere University strikes

Windscreens were crushed, fire lit in different corners of the university and property vandalized within and in the outskirts of Makerere. One Police Officer was also injured by a bottle thrown by students from Douglas Villa Hostel in Kikoni Makerere.
17:19
17:19

Security Deployment to be Maintained Until Swearing In elections 2016 1

Fred Enanga, Police spokesperson, says the officers will stay until all elected leaders are sworn-in in May because some of the election leaders may want to disrupt the swearing in.
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