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Makerere Guild to Hold ‘Extraordinary’ Student’s General Assembly

The Makerere University Guild leadership will on Monday hold an “extraordinary assembly” to decide on whether the protests against the 15% tuition increment should continue or be halted. According to a press release, the assembly will be held in the Freedom Square at the university starting 10 AM. In a statement, the

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Makerere University main building

Makerere Cracks Whip on Strike Ring Leaders, 26 Suspended

In light of the recent strikes against the Fees Policy at Makerere University, the institution's management has suspended 26 students suspected to be the ring leaders of the demonstrations that have lasted more than a week. The 26 are believed to have have destroyed University property, property for businesses operating inside

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Makerere Students Burn Former Guild President Were’s Property

Striking Makerere University Students have set fire on property belonging to former Guild President Papa Were Salim, The Tower Post has learnt. The students, according to reports accuse the Veterinary Medicine final year student of being among those who spearheaded the passing of the 15% tuition increment which sparked off continuous

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Ethiopian Airlines Crash Victim CP Christine Alalo’s Body Finally Identified

The  remains of Christine Alalo the late Commissioner of Police Alalo Christine who perished in the Ethiopian Airways have been identified, Uganda Police has announced.  Police says arrangements to bring those remains are underway. Christine was among the 157 who perished in a crash of a Boeing 737 aircraft belonging to Ethiopian Airlines

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Court Sets Judgment Date for Radio Murder Case

High Court Judge, Jane Frances has set October 28 as the judgment day to decide on the Radio murder case in which Godffrey Wamala otherwise known as Troy is accused of killing Mowzey Radio. Court has gathered substantial evidence but before it passes judgment, the judge says, court will allow different

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President Museveni, Putin Hold Talks

President Yoweri Museveni has commended President Vladimir Putin for hosting the first Russia-Africa summit saying it was long overdue in strengthening the trade and bilateral relations between Africa and Russia. The summit follows similar meetings between African countries and other developed countries including Turkey, China, India and more recently Japan.

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Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga Accused of Land Grabbing

Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga is in a spot of bother. Enanga is being accused by some of his family members for using police resources to evict people from their family land located in Oreta village, Amui parish – Akokoro Sub-county in Apac District. Enanga’s grandfather, Naphatali Enanga told the land commission

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