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Police Arrests Suspects in Murder of 5 Children in Kyenjojo

A Joint Task Team comprising of homicide, flying squad and Kyenjojo police, have arrested five (5) suspects in connection with the gruesome murder of 5 young children whose ages range from 7 years to a one month old toddler, which occurred on the night of 13/03/2019 at about 0100/am, in

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Police Destroys Narcotic Drugs Worth Shs 10 Billion

Police on Thursday (March 14th, 2019) destroyed 618 Kilogrammes of narcotic drugs worth US $ 2.8 million (about Shs 10 billion) at the Nsambya Police Barracks. The drugs were seized from drug traffickers from 2015 to date. The Deputy Inspector General of Police Maj. Gen. Sabiiti Muzeyi commended the anti-narcotics officers and

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Uganda to Host EAC Armed Forces Command Post Exercise

Representatives from Army, Police and Prisons across six East Africa partner states (Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda) are holding a six-day meeting at Silver Springs Hotel in Kampala preparing for a Command Post Exercise (CPX) to be held in Uganda in November 2019. Major General Jean Jacques Mupenzi

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VC Nawangwe Suspends Makerere Guild Elections

Makerere University Vice Chancellor (VC) Barnabas Nawangwe has suspended students’ Guild elections to an unnamed date, The Tower Post has learnt. This, the VC communicated in a letter dated February 13th addressed to the Dean of students. Nawangwe said his decision was guided by a request by the Guild Speaker to extend

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PHOTOS: Busoga Kingdom Marks 80 Years of Kyabazingaship

Joy and celebrations rocked Bugembe at the weekend as Busoga Kingdom marked 80 years of Kyabazingaship. The celebrations that were graced by Kingdom Prime Minister Joseph Muvawala were characterized by dances and jubilation as the Basoga celebrated their heritage and their king. Busoga, a traditional Bantu kingdom is one of five constitutional

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Museveni to Africa: Let Us Not Repeat Mistakes of Past Leaders

Whereas African leaders of old made mistakes that led to the colonization of the continent and enabled slave trade to thrive, contemporary leaders must ensure these failings do not reoccur, President Museveni has said. The President was addressing a breakfast meeting as the African Union marked the 400th anniversary of the

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Police Explains Why They are Hunting NBS Journalist Solomon Sserwanja

Police has finally come out to explain the Wednesday night raid at the home of NBS TV investigative journalist Solomon Sserwanja which led to the arrest of his wife Vivian Nakaliika Sserwanja. The news of the raid became public on Thursday morning indicating that Sserwanja escaped arrest because he was away

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Four Perish in Mabira Road Accident

Four people have been confirmed dead in an accident, which occurred in Mabira Forest along Kampala Jinja highway on Friday night. Sezibwa Regional Police Spokeswoman C/ASP Hellen Butoto has confirmed the accident. "A motor vehicle Costa Reg. No UBD 343P that was from Kampala heading to Jinja tried to over take in

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