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16:15
16:15

Tourism Minister Accused Of Grabbing Deceased Sister's Property fiona egunyu

Asha Egunyu Komuhendo, a daughter to the former Presidential Advisor on Legal Affairs, Fiona Egunyu, has accused State Minister for Tourism Agnes Akiror Egunyu of deliberately trying to grab her mothers property.
12:40
12:40

Tourism Police Arrest Man Who Cons Tourists uganda police 1

Lucky Bonarde Katebiire was arrested last week from his home in Kisaasi where he was operating an internet based unregistered company called Connect Hemisphere Safaris that he has been using to con tourists.
10:58
10:58

Kaweesi Moves to Quell Clandestine Cliques in Police 1

He was informed by suspects that police officers often demand for payment from those who would like to acquire comfortable places to sleep. Suspects were paying 30,000 to sleep in a special cell nicknamed Sheraton or 10,000 to sleep in another nicknamed Africana. Those without money then sleep in what is referred to as go-cool.
08:15
08:15

DRC Releases 5 Ugandans Held For Trespass uganda police force

Five Ugandans including two Policemen arrested early last for alleged trespass on the Democratic Republic of Congo territory have finally been handed over to the Ugandan Ambassador, Major James Kinobe.
17:09
17:09

DPP Sends Global Fund Investigators Back To CIID global fund probe

The Directorate of Public Prosecutions – DPP has returned police officers who were attached to his office to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations and Intelligence (CIID) in Kibuli for lack of funds to investigate Global fund cases.
18:24
18:24

Suspected Kajjansi Cop Killer Still at Large uganda police force

Charles Kataratambi, the commandant of the Flying Squad disclosed last week that they had managed to recover two South Sudan registered guns during the raid on Kyangwali refugee settlement.
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17:41

KCCA, World Bank to Value City Wetlands 1

Bateganya explained that lots of money is invested to build drainage, a role the wetlands used to play.
12:35
12:35

Uganda grapples with Human Trafficking 1

Investigations revealed that most Ugandans who are either knowingly of unknowingly convinced to leave the country in search of better employment head to Kuwait, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates – UAE and Qatar.
00:51
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IGP Wants Law to Compel Police Officers to Belong to Police SACCO exodus sacco 1

The law governing SACCOs only allows people to come together at their free will but not coerced to belong to a particular group. But Kayihura says this needs to be changed for all members of the security agencies to be forced to belong due to welfare issues.
10:04
10:04

Two Suspected Robbers, Cop Killed in Gun Fire Exchange flying squad

The gunfire exchange started after police raided the suspect’s hideout.
12:25
12:25

Flying Squad Holds Four Suspected Vehicle Robbers

Ibn Ssekumbi, the Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson explains that on October 31 last year, the suspects hired Godfrey Suuna to transport Medi Lukwago from Masaka hospital to Lukaya in his vehicle registration number UAS 352R.
11:37
11:37

Newly Built Lubigi Channel Clogged 1

There is evidence that the contractor has tried to use machinery to de-silt the channel but abandoned the idea after realizing that it was tampering with the wire mesh lined on the bottom of the channel.
09:50
09:50

Government Set for National ID Mass Enrollment updf 1 1

The Ministry of Internal Affairs spokesperson, Pamela Ankunda explains that the directorate of Citizenship and Immigration control is already testing equipment at the National ID registration Secretariat at Kololo airstrip.The equipment being tested includes cameras, laptops, spare batteries, finger print readers, scanners and generators.
18:31
18:31

UNRA to Compensate People Affected by Entebbe Expressway Next month 1

There is on-going agitation among landlords and Bibanja holders who accuse UNRA for alleged failure to compensate them since March 2012.
06:22
06:22

URA Attaches RVR Accounts Over UGX 9.4B Taxes tax evasion

Uganda Revenue Authority –URA has frozen the bank accounts of Rift Valley Railways over a 9.4 billion shillings debt in unpaid taxes.
10:06
10:06

Ugandan Traders: Business is slow in Juba south sudan 1

Nyanzi says despite the fact that war is still ongoing he realized that he could make some money since people who are still stuck in Juba were in need of food.
17:54
17:54

Self-centered Individuals Frustrating Nakivubo Park yard Progress park yard market 1

Last week vendors in Park Yard market met at Nakivubo settlement primary school but failed to elect representatives to the committee set up to oversee the utilization of the one billion shillings given to them by President Yoweri Museveni. The Money was offered after the latest fire that gutted the market last month.
11:07
11:07

Gov't Surveilling Internet users - Unwanted witness report 1

According to him the internet monitoring unit, which was set up by officers from the Irish police had compiled a list of names of people they deem critical to the NRM government.
22:34
22:34

6 Injured in Bwaise Accident

The accident occurred at the Bwaise-Sir Apollo Kaggwa Junction at 6.50pm. It involved a south Sudanese truck registration number SS- WBG 079A which lost control and rammed into six other vehicles.
12:20
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Uganda Police Commended for Promoting Security in Somalia uganda police force 1

Somalia Police Commissioner Brigadier General Abdihakim Dahir Sa’eed observes that with the training they had received from the Uganda Police Force, the situation in his country was improving by the day and as such, Ugandan businessmen were already in Mogadishu looking for business opportunities.
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