Masaka - Masaka Catholic Diocesan Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa called on Ugandans to pray for the Chief Justice Bart Katureebe and the other eight Justices on the Supreme Court Bench as the country awaits their ruling on the Amama Mbabazi petition against President Yoweri Museveni, electoral commission and the Attorney General. While celebrating mass for Palm Sunday
Kamuli - The National Resistance Movement Party has endorsed HajjatRehemaWatongola again to face off with FDC stalwart Salaam Musumba in the Kamuli Municipality by-election.
Female judicial officers have been cautioned to desist from snatching other women’s husbands as such conduct is unbecoming of judicial officers. The caution to the female judicial offices was made yesterday by senior Supreme Court judge, Stella Arach Amoko. This was at a two-day workshop organized by the Judicial Studies Institute, a training arm of the Judiciary to impart skills
Kampala - A local body for Elections observers has decried the increased electoral violence that have threatened the credibility of the electoral process. In their monthly report, the Citizens’ Electoral Observer Network have profiled increased cases of electoral violence, especially in areas where the opposition is more grounded and strong.
The embattled Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura has again turned down Parliamentary summons to appear before the Human Rights Committee of Parliament to answer alleged crimes of torture committed under his directives, reflected in the Human Rights Commission report before Parliament. The evasive army general at the helm of the Uganda Police Force
The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura has lashed out at reports that complacency in the traffic police has caused the rampant accidents along Masaka road. Kayihura was speaking at a press briefing at the police headquarters at Naguru, defending the force’s traffic Police as clean and not to blame for the road carnage that has claimed over 20 lives in a space of five days.
Market vendors selling utilities, like food, chicken, tomatoes, are crying for low sale turn ups during this festive season. A number of markets we reached to, vendors are still stranded with their commodities, with no customers yet, and those appearing, want to buy at low prices. Walking through various markets in Kampala metropolitan
Iganga Municipal Council is drowning into the mantel following the debt scandals that have been growing up since 1994.This was revealed in the council meeting held at the town council hall as they make the end of year remarks on what has been done and the failures. In this meeting, the town clerk Luyimbazi James revealed that the
The African Union Commission chair Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has called upon the on fighting groups in Burundi to be cooperative and also show a sign of respect ahead of the peace talks that kicks off tomorrow at Entebbe.