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Aruu North By-Elections: NRM Supporter Knocked Dead by DP Candidate

A staunch supporter of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) in Aruu County has been killed in a car accident, The Tower Post has learnt. Bosco Odongyik was reportedly knocked dead by the opposition Democratic Party flag bearer in the Aruu North Member of Parliament race, Bernard Obina Ologi. The news was

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Minister Nakiwala Kiyingi Threatens to Expose “Rot” in DP

State minister for youth and children affairs Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi has responded to reports that Democratic Party (DP) is planning to discipline party members that many believe have been compromised. Nakiwala who stood for election as Kampala Woman MP during the 2016 elections, is a member of DP but was appointed

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Identities of 2 Gov’t Officials Arrested Soliciting Bribes from Investors Revealed

President Yoweri Museveni has congratulated the security forces for successfully arresting two Senior Government Officials, Ogor Mike, an Economist and Godfrey Turyabahika, a Commissioner in the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, who were involved in the act of taking bribes from investors. The President said this during the meeting

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Electoral Commission Told to De-register “Sleeping” Political Parties

Political science scholar Dr Simba Ssali has urged Uganda’s elections body, the Electoral Commission, to de-register dormant political parties. Dr Simba, a political science lecturer at Makerere University, was Wednesday presenting a paper titled Youth in a Multiparty Political Dispensation at a youth symposium organised by the National Youth Council. One of

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Joseph Ochieng Wins Kyambogo Guild Race

Ochieng Joseph, a Bachelor of Arts (Education) Student is the new Guild President of Kyambogo University. Ochieng, an independent candidate referred to as the common man in the race, beat seven other contenders in polls held Tuesday. He emerged winner with 4,810 votes, followed by Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) candidate Ashaba

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