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Besigye in the car that had been held by police for years. Courtesy Photo

IGP Ochola Orders Kasangati Police to Return Besigye’s Car Years after it Was Impounded

Uganda Police chief Inspector General of Police (IGP) Martins Okoth Ochola has directed Kasangati police to return opposition leader Dr Kizza Besigye’s car. Writing through Erasmus Twaruhukwa, the director of human rights and legal services at Uganda Police, Ochola ordered to return Besigye’s car, registration number UAK 773F “This therefore is to

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Marshal Tumusiime

Details Emerge on Murder, Hanging of Mutara Chairperson

More details have emerged on the murder of Mitooma district’s Mutara sub county LC3 chairman Jackson Kaginda, and the hanging of his body. Sunday night, unknown assailants killed Kaginda and tied his body in a forest in Ryansana Cell, Kashenyi Ward in Bushenyi-Ishaka Municipality along the Ishaka-Kagamba Road. Kaginda had driven his

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Gun wielding men who brutalized Yusuf Kawooya charged in army court, detained at Makindye. Courtesy Photo

Yusuf Kawooya Tormentors Arrested, Charged in Army Court, Detained

Uganda's army has arrested and tried five men who brutally arrested Democratic Party (DP) mobilizer Yusuf Kawooya on Colville Street. Available reports indicate that the suspects appeared before the disciplinary court on Saturday. They have since been detained at Makindye Military Barracks. Some of the men have been identified as Daniel Senkungu, Moses

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Yusuf Kawooya, man brutally arrested by Flying Squad operatives in Kampala

Video: Man Brutally Arrested by Flying Squad Gunmen Identified; Tormentors Sit at CPS

A man abducted by gun wielding-men in civilian clothes on Thursday has been identified as Yusuf Kawooya, but the motive of the brutal arrest remains unknown. The ‘gunmen’ beat up Kawooya before bundling him in a taxi-like van waiting, according to a video captured by Uganda’s Record TV. The van Registration number

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Jennifer Musisi

Jennifer Musisi Speaks Out on Resignation, KCCA without Her

Jennifer Musisi, the outgoing Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) executive director has spoken out on her resignation. Speaking for the first time since announcing her resignation roadmap on Monday, Musisi said  “it is a normal thing for people to resign”. “It’s not an abnormal thing. [People resign] for all sorts of reasons,”

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Uganda She Cranes Win 2018 African Netball Championship

The Uganda She Cranes are the winners of the 2018 Africa Netball Championship. The team emerged winners after defeating Zimbabwe on a 66-51 result on Saturday. The game was played at the Olympic Youth Development Centre in Lusaka, Zambia. The victory also got them their second continental unbeaten title. Below are Uganda’s other results in the

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Obama Visits Kenya, Meets President Kenyatta

Immediate former US President Barrack Obama arrived in in Kenya on Sunday afternoon and started his two day visit in Kenya by paying a courtesy call on President Uhuru Kenyatta. While welcoming the 44th US President into Kenya, President Kenyatta thanked Obama for keeping his promise of visiting the country after

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FULL LIST: Makerere, MUBS Private Admission List 2018-2019 Released

The Office of the Academic Registrar, Makerere University has released the Official admission lists for privately sponsored students for Makerere University and Makerere University Business School (MUBS) for the Academic Year 2018/2019. See the lists below: 1. Admission List Private 2018-2019 - Makerere University 2. Admission List Private 2018-2019 - MUBS 3. Admission List Private 2018-2019 - Makerere University Jinja

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VIDEO: Bobi Wine Releases “Kyarenga” Video – Watch Here!

Musician Bobi Wine has released the video of his latest song titled “Kyarenga”. “Kyarenga” is massive Afro-beat love song in which the Firebase Entertainment singer expresses his love for the girl he is pursuing. Bobi Wine’s creative lyrics even make the song more beautiful, as he sings in a number of languages

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