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12:07

8 Polling Assistants Held for Stealing Memory Card apac municipality

The 32 Gb memory card was being used for storing data and particulars of voters for Akere Division in Apac town.
12:34
12:34

Makerere Council Votes Overwhelmingly For Professor Nawangwe makerere university 1 Top story

Speaking to URN this morning, Dr. Etyem said they will forward the names of Prof. Nawangwe and Prof. Baryamureeba to the chancellor, Dr. Ezra Suruma to make his pick for the post of Vice Chancellor.
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Makerere Blames Guild Electoral Violence on Politicians uganda police 1 4

The Makerere University Dean of Students, Cyriaco Kabagambe, has warned students that action will be taken against those who resort to violence ahead of guild elections today. Kabagambes remarks come hours after the police engaged in running battles with students on Thursday evening when the final rally turned into a fight. This was shortly after former presidential candidate Kizza Besigye sneaked into the university.
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13:47

Ongwen Denies War Crimes Charges lra war crimes 3 1

At the opening of his trial, Dominic Ongwen, the former Lords Resistance Army LRA commander has told judges at The Hague that he doesnt understand the charges being brought against him.
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17:36

Auditors Evaluate Demand for Independent Audit of Elections 3

Rob Newsome, a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, an international audit firm and leader risk assurance explains that Uganda may not be able to conduct a successful audit since the opposition lacks confidence in the Electoral Commission and other government entities. He says the Electoral Commission is the axle of the process.
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13:07

NRM Sweeps Mbale, Bulambuli and Manafwa LC 5 Seats uganda elections 2 1

The ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party has swept the LC V chairperson seats in Mbale, Bulambuli and Manafwa districts.
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20:30

Pictorial: Election of PWDs Memembers of Parliament

The election saw all the incumbents Alex Ndeezi, Hood Katuramu Karibedda,Safia Nalule, Wilson Nokrach and Helen Grace Asamo retain their seats in parliament.