Pope Francis

Missing: Cars Bought for Pope Francis’ Visit Disappear

The whereabouts of the two cars used by Pope Francis during his visit to Uganda in November of 2015 are unknown, parliament and the auditor general’s report reveal. Two cars were bought for Pope Francis to travel while in Uganda: a Kia Soul Hatchback and a Mitsubishi L200 pickup truck. The Kia

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Louis Kasekende

Document: Bank of Uganda Deputy Governor Louis Kasekende’s Wealth Exposed

An investigation by the Inspector General of Government (IGG) has revealed how rich the Bank of Uganda (BoU) Deputy Governor Dr Louis Kasekende is and how he acquired his money.   According to the Declaration of Income, Assets and Liabilities Form Kasekende submitted to IGG Irene Mulyagonja in line with Leadership Code

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Balaam Barugahara

Balaam Barugahara Speaks on Reports of Working to Fail Bobi Wine Kyarenga Namboole Concert

Events promoter Balaam Barugahara has dismissed reports that he was behind the postponement of singer Bobi Wine’s Kyarenga Concert at Namboole Stadium.   Bobi Wine has set October 20 for his Kyarenga concert. But unable to secure clearance from police and the stadium’s management, his Kyarenga concert will not happen in October. Instead, the

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Officials from Uganda Police appear before Public Accounts Committee

Uganda Police Spent Shs 88 Million to Train Each Officer; List of Trained Officers Disappeared

Uganda Police Force (UPF) officials on Wednesday failed to account for the expenditure of Shs 22bn on the training of 250 of its officers.   Undersecretary Rogers Muhairwe led a team from the force to respond to questions raised the Auditor General (AG) before the Public Accounts Committee on Wednesday. AG John Muwanga’s

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A walk on the Source of the Nile Bridge.

Photos: Source of the Nile Bridge Launched

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on Wednesday launched the Source of the Nile Bridge, the longest bridge across any river in the East African Region. At the launch, Museveni was in the company of first lady and education minister Janet Museveni and the Japan Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Sato Masahisa. The Source

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Jennifer Musisi Ssemakula

What Jennifer Musisi Achieved as KCCA ED in Seven Years

Jennifer Musisi will officially leave the office of the executive director of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) in December after serving for just over seven years. In a letter informing President Yoweri Museveni of her resignation, Musisi gave a summary of what she achieved while in office. Musisi’s summary touches on her

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DFCU Under Fire Over Sharing Client’s Confidential Information Publicly

DFCU Bank could be dragged to court to answer for charges of sharing former Crane Bank clients’ confidential information publicly, The Tower Post reports. The complaint was lodged by Rajiv Ruparelia (son to Sudhir Ruparelia), a former client of Crane Bank – now DFCU Bank whose phone number was publicly shared

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Nkuringo Bwindi Gorilla Lodge named ‘Uganda’s Leading Safari Lodge for the Third time in a Row

The Awards ceremony took place in Durban - South Africa on 6th October 2018 in front of over 400 Africa’s Tourism leaders, lodges and safari companies. After winning the award,the Proprietor of Nkurigo Bwindi Gorilla Safari Lodge Mrs. Lydia Nandudu Golooba said; "Its a great privilege to be recognized as the

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