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MAN JAILED FOR TOUCHING WOMAN’S BREAST

By UTN Reporter

Kampala - A 24-year old man has been charged and remanded at Luzira prison for touching a woman's breasts and shoulders.

Phillip Akwetereho a music trainer and a resident of Kamyokya Kisenyi 2 Zone in Kampala has been charged before City Hall Grade One Magistrate Moses Nabende and he denied the offense of indecently assaulting a woman.

Prosecution led by Pamela Orongot states that on the 13th July 2017 at Kisenyi 2 zone Akwetereho unlawfully and indecently assaulted a one Irene Arayo by touching her breasts and shoulders.

The magistrate has remanded him to Luzira prison until August 3rd when he returns for mention of his case.

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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

COURT MARTIAL ORDERS KABAZIGURUKA’S ARREST

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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.

Government Increasing Internet Services

Masaka- Government has stepped up efforts to spreading the national e-government infrastructure throughout the country to connect its offices to a much cheaper internet service. Under the project whose phase three is now commencing in the Southern and Central part of Uganda, Districts, Sub Counties and Municipal Council offices will be connected to the fiber cable network.

GOVT WANT SSEJUSA SUIT DISMISSED

The Attorney General has asked the High Court to dismiss with costs General Sejusa’s unjustified one billion shillings compensation claim on grounds that it was filed out of the stipulated 90 days.

Senior State Attorney George Kalemeera told presiding judge Margret

PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE SCRUTINIZES LAND BILL 2017

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Kampala - The Parliamentary Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs is locked in a series of arguments on the land bill 2017.

PWD's DEMAND FOR FAIR JOB COMPETITION

Kampala - The association of the disabled persons in Uganda have cried out to the employers and the Government institute fair employment competition at work places for the disabled to prove their worth.

Court throws out case intended to block Museveni’s swearing-in

The High Court in Kampala has this evening thrown out with costs the case filed by two concerned citizens that was aimed at blocking President Museveni’s swearing-in slated for this Thursday.

The application for interim orders had been filed last week by

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

RIEK MACHR’S SON CONFIRMED DEAD

The South Sudan Government has confirmed that the son of the former first Vice President Riek Machar is dead. Gatwang Machar, in his 20’s died in a fierce fire exchange in the Capital Juba between his father’s forces, J1 and the Government army last month. Gatwang was a member of Dr Riek Machars security detail, in the inner circle of J1.