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KABAFUNZAKI CASE ADJOURNED

By UTN Reporter

Kololo - Embattled Minister of State for Labor Herbert Kabafunzaki has this afternoon appeared before the Anti corruption court for mention of his Corruption case and two others.

However Chief Magistrate Agnes Alum adjourned the matter and extended his bail to 18th May when Prosecution hopes to have concluded investigations in this case.

Kabafunzaki is jointly charged with his political Assistant Brian Mugabo and an interior designer Bruce Lubowa for their role in a 5 Million shilling bribe they allegedly received from an Investor Mohammad Hamid, as an inducement to clear his name from allegations of sexual harassment by his former employee.

The incident happened at Serena Hotel in Kampala on 8th/April this year.

All the accused have since denied the allegation.

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PRESIDENT MUSEVENI ORDERS FOR REAPPOINTMENT OF PROF BALUNYWA

UTN Reporter

The replacement of the embattled Principle Makerere University Business School, Prof Wasswa Balunywa hits a snag following his reappointment by President Yoweri Museveni barely

SAND MINING AFFECTING WETLNAD

The National Environment Management Authority, NEMA has for the second time stopped a Chinese Company to carry out sand mining in Lwera Wetland for breaching the terms and conditions under which they are supposed to operate while sand mining.

The Chinese company, Hong Hi Jeng Cai received a license for sand

BUGANDA FOOTBALL COMMITTEE CONSULT ON FOOTBALL

Mengo - Kampala - In an effort to improve football in Buganda region, stakeholders in the game are set to hold different consultative meetings in the region. The Buganda Football Development Committee starts the meetings early February

UGDebate2016 aftermath As Mbabazi campaigns in Katakwi Serere and Soroti

Eastern: Pledges special commission of compesation and restocking after signing a memorandum of understanding with Teso leaders.

Mbabazi return to the Teso sub region in the districts of Katakwi ,Serere Soroti today in an attempt to woe ugandans to vote him as the next president of Uganda.

While dressing his supporters at the Soroti sports

Biraaro Combs Acholi Region

Gulu - The Farmers' Party of Uganda (FPU) Presidential Hopeful Maj. Gen. Benon Biraaro has promise to bring better Education Standards in Acholi and the rest of Uganda. On his campaign trail in Gulu Gen Biraro noted that the Education standards in Acholi sub region have deteriorated over the past 20 years of the Lord’d Resistance Army insurgency.

FDC SWEARS-IN BESIGYE

Forum for Democratic Change Presidential hopeful Dr Kiiza Besigye has been sworn-in as an alternative President this afternoon.

In an extremely exclusive function held at a private location was posted on the

Interpol Suspends Labour Exports

Kampala - INTERPOL has halted issuance of Certificate of Good Conduct to Ugandans seeking to work abroad as authorities scamper to deal with the labour exportation scandal in which 24 Ugandan women escaped inhumane treatment at the hands of their employers in Saudi Arabia. Interpol Director, Assistant Inspector General of Police Asan Kasingye

OIL DISTRICTS FORM COALITION

District leaders in the AlbertineGraben Oil and Gas Districts Association – AGODA have been urged to engage communities living in the Oil exploration region in Agricultural activities that will draw income from Oil & Gas Companies in the area through provision of food crops and other related items.

KCCA TO LOSE 22B TO MARKET VENDORS

By Isaac Tenywa

Kampala Capital City Authority will lose about Shs. 22bn in compensation to road side vendors working along the Railway line in areas of Kibuye, Katwe, Ndeeba and Nalukolongo.