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REVEALED: Identity of Makerere Girl Pictured Semi-Nude at Finalists’ Dinner Disclosed

The identity of one of the Makerere University Students pictured dressed semi-nude during a School of Education dinner at the weekend has been revealed. According to Makerere University office of dean of students, one of the two female students wanted by police for flouting provisions of Anti-Pornography Act 2014, is Naddamba

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Kazinda Guilty of Syndicate Corruption, Gets another Five Year Jail Sentence

Geoffrey Kazinda, a former principal accountant in the Office of the Prime Minister, has been found guilty of syndicate corruption. On Wednesday, the Anti-corruption Court in Kampala convicted Kazinda and three others for conspiracy to defraud government of Shs 316m fuel cash – money used to fuel “ghost” Office of the

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Kanyeihamba: Museveni’s ‘Sowing the Mustard Seed’ is a Good Reference Book

Retired Supreme Court judge George Wilson Kanyeihamba has spoken out on President Yoweri Museveni’s decision to donate copies of his ‘Sowing the Mustard Seed Book’ to all secondary schools. At the start of May the education ministry announced that Museveni had directed that all libraries of government aided secondary schools receive

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Buganda Land Titles are Fake – Govt

The State Minister for housing, Chris Baryomunsi, has spoken out on the controversial Buganda Kyapa Mu Ngalo (Land title in your hand) campaign. Recently, kingdom premier Charles Peter Mayiga launched a campaign by Buganda Land Board to issue land 49-year leases to all tenants on “Kabaka’s land”. But minister Baryomunsi poked holes

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Dictator Idi Amin’s Grandson Loses MP Seat

Taban Amin Tampo Jegejege, a grandson to fallen Ugandan dictator Idi Amin Dada, has been thrown out of Parliament after Court of Appeal on Tuesday nullified his election. Three Justices of the Court of Appeal Steven Kavuma, Cheborion Barishaki and Paul Mugamba ruled in favour of Taban’s challenger Sam Amooti Otada. Court

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Kabaka is Not the Owner of Buganda Land – Museveni Minister

The State Minister for housing, Chris Baryomunsi, has spoken out on controversial Buganda land issues. Minister Baryomunsi told NBS TV Tuesday that the king of Buganda Kingdom was not the owner of the kingdom land as believed by his subjects. Recently, kingdom premier Charles Peter Mayiga launched a campaign by Buganda Land

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Museveni Fires RDC Ocailap for Aiding Land Grabbing

President Yoweri Museveni has suspended Soroti Resident District Commissioner (RDC) over misconduct relating to involvement “in aiding and interfering or causing conflicts in regard to land issues in Soroti district”. In a letter written to RDC Filbert Ocailap on May 29, the president’s representative in the district has been ordered to

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IEBC Clears Kenyatta, Odinga to Stand for President

It is now official that President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition kingpin Raila Odinga are candidates in the August 2017 presidential poll. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has Monday cleared the duo, sons to Kenya’s founding fathers: Kenya’s first president Jomo Kenyatta and pioneer vice president Jaramogi Odinga. Kenyatta will stand

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City Tycoons Contribute to Semwanga’s Children Trust Fund

Kampala tycoons on Sunday attended the vigil of Ivan Ssemwanga Sunday night at the fallen socialite’s home in Muyenga, and set up a development trust fund to help his three children. The Trust Fund idea was a brainchild of Club Guvnor Proprietor Charlie Lubega. Other tycoons and celebrities at the vigil included

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KCCA Boss Musisi is a Populist, Says Kampala Minister Beti Kamya

As the 2015 KCCA (Amendment) Bill takes shape, Kampala minister Beti Kamya and Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) executive director Jennifer Musisi are already facing each other in what will likely be a cold war in the management of city affairs. Kampala junior minister Benny Namugwanya Bugembe tabled the Bill before

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