By UTN Reporter
Police Deputy spokes person Patrick Onyango has survived an assassination according to sources.
Presidential Hopeful for Go Forward John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has spoken out on the death of his head of Security Detail Christopher Aine.
The 13th Northern Corridor Integration Projects (NCIP) summit in Kampala kicked off yesterday with several technical and ministerial meetings. Under the NCIP framework, the presidents and their respective governments continue to provide the political impetus necessary for the implementation of the projects in a faster and more efficient way. The forthcoming meetings
Kalangala - A meeting to resolve a long stand-off between Kalangala Palm oil Farmers under their body Bugala Farmers Association has reached a deadlock. Court in Masaka had set the two parties. Farmers and Bidco to resolve their rows mutually out of court, but the two have failed to reach an amicable solution to the matter as farmers rejected the 49 Acres of land offered by
Over 50 Rally drivers are expected to participate in the annual Gorilla Rally in Kabale over the Easter festivities. The event, second on the National Rally Championship Calendar is expected to take place between 25th – 28th March 2016 This Rally is organized by the Eastern Motor Club and
Kibaale - At last official opening of the boundary for Kagombe Central Forest Reserve is set to begin before the end of April 2016 in a campaign to address the challenge of the continued encroachment and destruction of Natural Central Forest Reserves. The opening of the boundary follows the Court Order demanding that the NFA opens up the boundaries of the central forest reserves to allow communities understand
Election observers under their umbrella body Citizens Election Observers Network – Uganda (CEON-U) have noted with concern the gaps that were manifested during last week's Supreme Court ruling on the Amama Mbabazi election petition. The group is also demanding police to produce evidence showing that Dr. Kiiza Besigye’s freedom is a threat to State security.
Kampala — The increasing number of lawsuits against Uchumi Supermarkets (Uganda) Ltd has prompted the beleaguered company to petition the High Court to wind up its operations to safeguard its remaining assets from creditors.
The Supreme Court is expected this Friday to read out its full and detailed judgment in the presidential election petition in which former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi lost to President Museveni.
The reading of the full judgment was confirmed by the Registrar of