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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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BESIGYE IN COURT: POLICE CONSTABLE SWEATS DURING CROSS-EXAMINATION

FDC’s Dr. Kiiza Besigye has appeared in the Kasangati Chief Magistrate’s court for the hearing of a case in which he is accused of disobeying lawful orders.

Not so different from what happened the last time

MINISTER KABAFUNZAKI’S AIDE DENIED BAIL

By UTN Reporter Kampala - Bruce Lubowa the Interior Designer who was arrested with Minister for Labour Hebert Kabafunzaki over a 5million shilling bribe, has been denied bail by the Anti-corruption court, after failing to present substantial sureties and proper documentation assuring court whether he has a fixed place of residence.

FUELEX BOX CHARGED

Fugitive proprietor of Fuelex fuel stations who was arrested yesterday at Entebbe International airport , has this evening been charged in connection with smuggling over 13 thousand litres of fuel into the country.

John Imaniraguha who appeared before the Anti Corruption

2010 BOMB TRIAL CONCLUDED

Kampala High Court: The trial of 13men accused of being behind the 2010 Kampala twin bombings has been concluded, since March last year when it started before the High court in Kampala.

Now what is left is for the presiding Judge Alfonse Owiny Dollo to

UGANDAN WANTS COMPENSATION FROM JAPANESE EMBASSY

Kampala - A Ugandan Business man wants the Japanese Embassy to compensate him after Japanese Police tortured him. Paul Kiryowa wants Medical compensation to the tune of US $130,000 from the Japanese Embassy in Uganda, claiming he was tortured by the Japanese Police in Tokyo six years ago.

FDC Introduces “Mamba” Truck

Iganga - Forum for Democratic Change youths have introduced a reportedly an armored Land Rover truck to man Dr Kiiza Besigye’s security during the Campaign Trail. The Truck was unveiled on Monday by a group of Opposition youths in Iganga. The Truck, painted with a green-look army paint to the residents in

Government Faults Mengo On Tittle Agreements

Kampala - Minister for Lands and Urban Planning Daudi Migereko has faulted the Mengo establishment for not implementing sections of the agreement which was signed when the Central Government was returning over 85 land tittles to Mengo. Minister Migereko said, the Central Government is concerned over the treatment of Bibanja holders in the country side

BOMBERS OFF FOR OLYMPICS

Kampala - The National Council of Sports has flagged off the national boxing team – Bombers to the Olympic game qualifiers in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The team comprised of five players and two officials plays the Cameron National side in the quest for the Olympics qualification. Among the players include Sula Segawa,

COURT MARTIAL ORDERS KABAZIGURUKA’S ARREST

By UTN Reporter

Makindye - The General Court Martial sitting at Makindye has issued an arrest warrant against Nakawa Municipality MP Michael Kabaziguruka after he refused to turn up in court for hearing of his treachery case.