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Bobi Wine Applauds Justice Kakuru for Rejecting Age Limit Amendment

Kyadondo East Member of Parliament and musician Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu aka Bobi Wine has applauded Justice Kenneth Kakuru for ruling against the presidential Age Limit Amendment. Justice Kakuru was the only judge out of the five judges that ruled against the controversial constitutional amendment as Constitutional Court  delivered the ruling on the Age Limit

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Inside Uganda Police’s 5-Year Strategic Plan

Uganda Police Force has unveiled it's 5-year strategic plan that will guide their efforts and actions in a period of 5 years (2015/16 – 2019/20). The 2040 Vision envisages the consolidation, development and promotion of peace and security in the country. According to the Strategic Plan, Priority shall be placed on: - Anti-terrorism measures

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Museveni Launches Mindset Change Initiative

President Yoweri Museveni has launched a new agricultural Programme known as ‘Kisoboka’ – (it is possible) – in Mityana District. The Programme, a mindset change agricultural initiative, is the brainchild of Mityana North Constituency MP and State Minister for Tourism, Hon. Kiwanda Geoffrey Ssuubi together with Mityana District Women MP, Hon.

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FULL LIST: Police Transfers Over 70 Officers in New Reshuffle

Police has transferred and appointed over 70 officers in a new reshuffle. Below is the list of transfers and appointments of gazetted and other ranks released by the Police Public Relations Office on Tuesday; ACP Baryayanga Jerome from welfare and production is appointed coordinator' of refugee affair's under directorate of operations. SP DOKA

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Fighting Crime: Police Arrests 2,321 Suspected Criminals in Kampala

A total of 2,321 people have been arrested in Kampala on suspicion of involvement in crimes such as robbery, counterfeits and drug abuse and distribution in the last six weeks. The operation in which several suspects were netted was commanded by Kampala Metropolitan Police Commander and Commissioner of Police Moses Kabugo

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Uganda, USA Strengthen Military Ties

Uganda and the United States of America have committed themselves to step up military cooperation in order to safeguard peace and stability in the region. This commitment was underscored during a meeting between Gen David Muhoozi, the UPDF Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) and Gen Thomas D. Walderhauser, Commander of

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July 10 Declared Public Holiday for LC1 Elections

Government has declared the date for LC1 polls, Tuesday 10th July, 2018 a Public Holiday throughout Uganda. An official announcement dated July 3rd from the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Public Service Catherine Bitarakwate Musingwiire confirmed the development. “The Honorable Minister of Public Service informs the general public that Tuesday 10th July, 2018

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Refugee Law Project Donates Vehicles, Motorcycles to Police

The Refugee Law Project (RLP) has Wednesday donated two brand new Double Cabin pick up trucks and eight motorcycles to help Police in Northern Uganda provide security in refugee camps. These were handed over to the Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola at a function held at Police headquarters Naguru

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IGP Ochola Issues Strict Guidelines for Officers Effecting Arrests

Police Chief IGP Martin Okoth Ochola has issued strict guideline to all police personnel on arrests and professional handling of suspects by all police officers. The guidelines are in conformity with Article 23 of the Constitution, section 2 of the Criminal Procedures Act, and Sections 23-24 of the Police Act, 1994. The

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UIA ED Jolly Kaguhangire Refuses to Handover Office After Interdiction

Uganda Investment Authority (UIA) Executive Director Jolly Kaguhangire has refused to hand over office as ordered by the UIA Board. The UIA Board headed by Emely Kugonza on Tuesday issued an interdiction letter to Kaguhangire and named Mr Basil Ajer as the Acting Executive Director. “The Uganda Investment Authority Board of Directors

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