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BOBI WINE FINALLY CLEARED LEAVES FOR US

BY Ntale Younus

The Embattled Kyadondo East Legislator Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine has been finally cleared by police to travel to the US for medical treatment.

Bobi Wine was on Thursday evening blocked

BOBI WINE RELEASED BY COURT MARTIAL AND CHARGED AGAIN

By Ntongo Rajbah

Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi has been released by the General Court Martial in Gulu.

The Court headed by Chairman Gen Andrew

4 MPS CHARGED WITH TREASON, 33 REMANDED

BY UTN REPORTERS

Gulu Chief Magistrates Court has remanded the newly elected Arua Municipality MP Kassiano Wadri, together with 33 others to Gulu Main Prison.

Arua Municipality MP Kassiano Wadri has been charged before Dawa Francis Matenga along

MP ZAAKE BLOCKED AT AIRPORT BY AVIATION POLICE

BY Ntale Younus

Mityana Municipality Legislator Francis Zaake has been blocked at Entebbe Airport by Aviation Police as he was being transferred to India for specialized medical attention.

The Legislator was scheduled to travel to

Workers’ Legislators Demand for Compensation to flogged Journalists

By Ntale Younus

Workers’ Legislators have demanded for compensation of journalists who were recently brutalized by security forces during the protest against the continued detention

BOBI WINE TO BE PRODUCED IN COURT MARTIAL-UPDF

BY OTIM NORBERT

The Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) have reaffirmed its commitment to produce Kyaddondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine to be charged before the military court

GENERAL KAYIHURA REGAINS FREEDOM, GRANTED BAIL

By Otim Norbert

The former Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, has finally regained his freedom after securing bail from the Gen Court Martial siting at Makindye.

Kaihura’s release was after he lured two of the top UPDF

TEAR GAS ROCKS UP KAMWOKYA IN PROTEST OF BOBI WINE ARREST

BY NTALE YOUNUS

Bullets and tear gas have been fired in Kamwokya, Kampala to disperse seemingly angry residents who are protesting the arrest of Kyadondo Legislator Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine.

Bobi Wine was arrested

KASIANO WADRI BEHIND BARS REPLACES ABIRIGA

By Otim Norbert

Former Terego Legislator Kassiano Ezati Wadri has been announced as the winner of the highly contested Arua Municipality parliamentary seat.

Kassiano Wadri, stood as an independent candidate, after failing to convince

Gen Kayihura Charged, remanded

By Ntale Younus

Former Police Chief Gen Kale Kayihura has been charged with three counts and remanded to Makindye Military Barracks.

Kayihura has been in the army cell for

BOBI WINE CHARGED BEFORE COURT MARTIAL AND REMANDED IN MAKINDYE

BY UTN REPORTER

Kyaddondo East Legislator Robert Kyagulanyi a.k.a Bobi Wine has been charged before the General Court Martial in Gulu on allegations relating to illegal possession of weapons and ammunitions.

Bobi Wine appeared before the

GOVT SUED OVER KAIHURA DETENTION

By UTN Reporter

A Human Rights activists have dragged government to court on allegations relating to continued detention of former IGP Gen Kale Kayihura for close to two Months.

Issa Ogomba together with Sarah Rukundo a law

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CIVIL SOCIETY DEMANDS FOR ACCESS TO OIL AGREEMENTS

Civil society organizations have urged government to disclose details of the oil and gas contract sharing agreements in a bid to ensure transparency in the petroleum sector. Transparency is a notion that is being preached in all crucial developmental sectors including the oil and gas, Uganda national roads authority among others, to counter corruption tendencies.

HEARING OF THE ELECTION PETITION UNDER WAY AT SUPREME COURT

Kampala - Security has been beefed up at the Supreme Court in Kampala as the hearing of the Election Petition case filed by Independent Candidate John Patrick Amama Mbabazi kick off. Through his lawyers led by John Mary Mugisha and Severino Twinobusingye, Mbabazi filed the petition last week accusing NRM’s Yoweri Museveni, the Electoral Commission as well as

URA PLACES WBS UNDER RECIEVERSHIP

WBS Television has taken a turn for the better in the first receivership engagement in Uganda.

The move was revealed today in a press briefing by a joint team of URA officials, Uganda registration services bureau and the WBS TV administration.

EU DISPATCHES OBSERVERS TO VILLAGES

Kampala - The European Elections Observer Mission to Uganda has dispatched off Observer teams to different parts of the Country in preparations for the February 18th General election.

The teams dispatched this Morning from the Sheraton Hotels in Kampala comprised of a total of

FIFA WORLD CUP TROPHY FINALLY IN UGANDA

ENTEBBE - The long-awaited FIFA World Cup trophy has arrived in Uganda amidst tight security.

The World Cup trophy jetted into the country alongside a team of FIFA officials

KADAGA TIPS BUSOGA ON CULTURE

Speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga has tipped Busoga children to be vigilant on issues pertaining to culture, language development, clan origin, social norms, wealth and well-being.

KASESE, MASINDI, ARUA GET SOLAR POWER

A 5 Million Euro massive rural electrification Solar Photovoltaic (PV) project has been launched to benefit three districts of Kasese, Masindi and Arua districts. The Solar PV project is a renewable energy that targets to benefit 50% of off-grid Ugandans to the renewable energy sources by 2020. WWF initiated the project to I n an effort to increase access to clean

FDC PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRANT DR BESIGYE INVITED FOR M7 SWEARING

Former FDC presidential candidate retired col Kizza Besigye has been challenged by Government to attend the presidential swearing in slated for Thursday this week.

The minister in charge of presidency, Frank Tumwebaze Government

KAYIHURA 7 OTHER SENIOR OFFICERS SUMMONED OVER BRUTALITY

Kampala:The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura is summoned by Makindye Chief Magistrates Court to answer to the criminal charges privately instituted against him and seven other senior officers in connection to the recent brutal clobbering of Dr Besigye supporters.

According to the criminal summons signed off by Chief Magistrate Richard Mafabi