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Museveni: I Would Like To Leave Power When Africa is One Nation

Uganda’s three-decade president Yoweri Museveni has said he would be pleased to retire when Africa is united. Museveni spoke Wednesday during the 4th Africa Global Business Forum, a gathering of business moguls, hosted by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce at Dubai’s Madinat Jumeirah Centre, and attended by heads of state of

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Andrew Mwenda: NRM Has Miserably Failed to Justify Age Limit Removal

Opinion: Andrew Mwenda The real crisis of the NRM The debate on the proposed amendment of the constitution to remove the age limit has gathered a lot of momentum. Across the country people are debating. Yet the NRM which began it still lacks a sense of purpose and direction. It has no

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VIDEO: Bobi Wine Releases New Political Song, “Freedom”

Popular Ugandan musician and Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu better known by his stage name Bobi Wine has released a brand new music video titled “Freedom”. “Freedom” is an Afro-beat political song in which the Fire Base Entertainment singer addresses the ongoing controversial Age limit bill moved by Igara West

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VIDEO: Kayihura Speaks Out on Reports that CMI is Investigating Him

The head of Uganda’s Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has further opened up on reports he was being investigated by the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI), in the wake of charges against officers in connection to the repatriation of Rwandan refugees. Last week, Kayihura dismissed reports that claimed CMI operatives had besieged

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MP Magyezi Blocked from Presenting Age Limit Views, Storms Out of Meeting

Igara West MP Raphael Magyezi has failed to present his views in the first public hearing of the emotive Constitutional Amendment Bill after opposition MPs heckled him. Popularly referred to as the Age Limit Bill, the proposed amendment seeks to delete the upper age limit in article 102b to allow three-decade

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Chaos, Insults as Ssemuju Nganda, Oboth-Oboth Exchange Bitterly in Age Limit Committee Meeting

Ugandan MPs on the committee of legal and parliamentary affairs were involved in bitter verbal exchanges, and angry face-offs during the first public hearing of the emotive Constitutional Amendment Bill. Popularly referred to as the Age Limit Bill, the proposed amendment seeks to delete the upper age limit in article 102b

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Police Speaks Out on Standoff with UPDF, ISO

Uganda Police says the arrests of its officers charged with kidnap last week, does not point to bad blood between the force and other security agencies. At the start of last week, senior police officers – including former police Special Operations Unit commander Nixon Agasiirwe and Commandant of Professional Standard Unit Joel

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Police Opens Up on Kayihura Sacking Reports

The spokesperson of Uganda’s Police has dismissed as fictitious reports that three-decade president Yoweri Museveni had fired the head of the force, Gen Kale Kayihura. Last week, Kayihura’s blue-eyed boys, former special operations commander Nixon Agasiirwe and ex-Professional Standards Unit boss Joel Aguma, and five other officers were charged with kidnap

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Museveni: I Need More Time to Plan For My Retirement

Details from a meeting between Uganda’s ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party National Executive Council (NEC) members and party chairperson Yoweri Museveni on the controversial Constitutional Amendment Bill 2017. The proposed amendment, popularly known as The Age Limit Bill, seeks to delete the upper age limit in article 102b of the

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Museveni: Pope Francis’ Prayers Healed My Fractured Arm

Uganda’s three-decade president Yoweri Museveni has claimed Pope Francis prayed for his fractured arm and it healed. Museveni gave his testimony on Sunday during an event held at Namugongo Catholic Shrine to celebrate 50 years of Kampala Archdiocese. Kampala Archdiocese was established in 1966. Three cardinals: Emmanuel Nsubuga, Emmanuel Wamala and Cyprian Kizito

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