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17:11
17:11

Former Arua District Officials Sent to High Court for Diversion of Funds 1

According to the summary of the evidence, during the financial year 2017/2018, the accused persons reportedly used their offices to divert 436 million Shillings that was meant for road works in Arua and instead used to pay allowances to individual officers and councillors. The documentary evidence is signed by State Attorney Agaba on behalf of the DPP.
16:34
16:34

Teachers Protest Release of Suspects Accused of stealing Their sh10.8 bn Teachers' Funds 2 3

Three top officials of Microfinance Support Centre and one teacher are accused of stealing 10.8 billion shillings that was meant for helping private school teachers who have not been earning anything since the lock down, through their Savings and Credit Societies.
19:43
19:43

MTK Officials Remanded For Defrauding Gov’t Over UGX 1Billion MTK Uganda Limited 2 Top story

It is alleged that Dr. Kitaka, Natukunda and others still at large while in Kampala in June supplied 190,000 doses of fortivax (inactivated foot and mouth vaccine) worth Shillings 1,095,353,800 to the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries.
18:27
18:27

Police Yet to Receive Bakaleke's Arrest Warrant acp siraje bakaleke 2 1

Last week, the Anti-Corruption Court Grade one Magistrate Moses Nabende issued a warrant of arrest to Bakaleke for failing to respect two criminal summons that were directing him to appear in court over fraud, abuse of office and kidnap charges.
16:16
16:16

Siraj Bakaleke, 8 Others Charged for Defrauding South Korean Investors kidnap 1

The group is implicated in the alleged extortion of 1.4 billion Shillings from two South Korean Nationals Park Seunghoon and Jang Shingu Un who came to Uganda looking for gold amounting to USD 1.5 million, early this year. But the South Koreans were arrested from Acacia Mall in Kampala; where they were due to meet their lawyer Paul Wanyoto.
17:29
17:29

Magistrate Khainza Opts Out of ‘Yellow Pigs' Trial jobless youth 1

The trial of the jobless brotherhood youth started followed the shocking entry into parliament by the two youths with two yellow-colored piglets. The youths identified as Norman Tumuhimbise and Robert Mayanja were reportedly protesting against unemployment, corruption and harsh budgetary measures.
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