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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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SOMALIS REJECT INCUMBENT HASSAN MUHAMUD

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Mogadishu - Former Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo has been elected federal President of Somalia after defeating incumbent Hassan Sheikh Mohamud in a hotly contested presidential election.

GOVERNMENT INJECTS SHS. 20B IN COFFEE FARMING

Kampala – l;Government has invested a total amount of Shs 20bn shillings into Coffee development in the Country. The money meant is for rural farmers to boost local production, and hit an average requirement for the Country by the year 2020.

MUK,NCHE DEFEND HAJJ MBABAALI’S CREDENTIALS

Officials from the National Council for higher education and Makerere University have defended NRM’s haj Muhammad Muyanja Mbabaali’s academic documents in the Masaka grade one magistrate’s court. The duo has today told court that basing on the procedure followed by an applicant for the mature age entry at Makerere University Kampala, Haj Mbabaali duly acquired the said academic

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

HIGH COURT CONFIRMS CHARGES ON MUSLIM CLERICS

The International Crimes Division of the High Court confirms charges of terrorism, murder and attempted murder against the remaining 14 suspects including the leader of Tabliq sect Sheikh Yunus Kamoga for having behind the wave of murder of top Muslim clerics two years ago.

Following the confirmation of the aforementioned charges against the

RWENZURURU PREMIER ARRESTED

>p>Police in Kasese has arrested the Prime Minister of Rwenzururu Kingdom John Tembo Kaitsumbire. Prime Minister Kaitsumbire was picked from Kasese town their morning according to Police Spokesman Andrew Felix Kaweesi.

EC SUED OVER BAN OF USE OF MOBILE PHONES AT POLLING CENTERS

Court: Few hours left for Ugandans to go to the polls, the Electoral Commission (EC) has been dragged to courts of law by a human rights watch-dog, Legal Brains Trust (LBT) for the recent ban on the use of mobile phones and cameras at the polling stations.

In their suit that was filed on Monday, the human rights body contends

RAKAI WOMEN DEFEAT ALL ODDS TO SUCCESS

Rakai - They used to face similar challenges which challenges rotated around school fees, paying for medical charges, buying clothes for their children and making final decisions on how and when to run their home affairs. The year was 2010 when she teamed up with Agrippina Kiwanuka Ndagire currently the head teacher of St. Paul Kitovu PS before they were later joined by Vienne Nalunjogi

DR NYANZI SAGA: MAK COMMITTEE BLAMES POLICE, FR LOKODO

Kampala - The committee set up by Makerere University to investigate the standoff at MISR says a separate investigation by the Police under the directives of the Minister for Ethics and Integrity is slowing its work. Makerere says the MISR standoff can be resolved internally like any other issue within the university but the Ministry insists Dr. Nyanzi’s actions are not confined