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FDC’s Patrick Amuriat Oboi Duly Nominated, Bare Footed

Forum for Democratic Change Presidential flag bearer Eng. Patrick Amuriat Oboi has been duly nominated to take on the mantle of trying to unseat Museveni. Oboi who is the second party flag bearer in the history of opposition FDC becomes the sixth candidate to be nominated following incumbent Gen. Museveni Tibuhaburwa,

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PHOTOS: Several FDC Supporters Arrested as Amuriat Prepares for Nomination

Police has arrested several supporters of the opposition Forum for Democratic Change – FDC in a standoff at the party headquarters on Najjanankumbi. The arrested were making way to gather at the party headquarters from where they were planning to escort their presidential flag bearer Patrick Amuriat Oboi to Kyambogo for

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PHOTOS: NRM’s Yoweri Museveni Duly Nominated to Seek Sixth Term as President

National Resistance Movement Chairperson and incumbent President Yoweri Tibuhaburwa Museveni has Monday morning been duly nominated to contest for President of Uganda. The 75 year-old who arrived at the Electoral Commission’s nomination centre in Kyambogo a few minutes to 10:00AM was declared a duly nominated after scritinising and reviewing all needed

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CONFIRMED: Shaban Bantariza Died of Covid19

Shaban Bantariza, the deputy director of the Uganda Media Centre died of Covid19, government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo has confirmed. Opondo made the revelation while addressing journalists at Mulago Hospital on Tuesday morning. “I want to confirm the sad news that indeed Shaban has died of Covid19,” he said, rubbishing previous reports that

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Arrested Bobi Wine Supporters Charged in Army Court, Remanded

National Unity Platform (NUP) supporters who were arrested during the Military raid at the Party’s offices on Wednesday have been charged in the Court Martial and remanded until Friday October 23rd. The 132 people were picked by Police and the army as they executed a search at NUP headquarters in Kamwokya. The

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