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POLICE INVESTIGATES KILLERS’ HIT LIST

By Kennedy M. and Mukisa Geoffrey

The Ugandan Police has started investigating a new hit list that has raised concern amongst several Ugandans.

The list topped by the Titular head of Muslims Community, Dr. Kassim Nakibinge Kakungulu, Buganda Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga and Kyadondo East legislator, singer Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu alias Bobi Wine.

Others on the new list are Government Chief Whip Ruth Nankabirwa, Lubaga North legislator Moses Kasibante Ntungamo Municipality MP Gerald Karuhanga, Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago, and Kampala Minister Beti Kamya.

Others include Kawempe South Legislator Mubarak Munyagwa, , Kampala Metropolitan South Commander Siraje Bakaleke and deputy Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango.

Police spokesperson Emilian Kayima said the force will provide the necessary security assistance and investigations into the matter have started. He however, urged whoever is on the list to take personal caution.

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KAYIHURA GIVES 200M TO NANSANA PROSTITUTES

BY KENNEDY MUHIRE

It’s hard to believe that what started as mayhem in the metropolitan areas on Nansana and Entebbe has turned into a structural adjustment program to the area residents in Nansana Municipality, Wakiso District.

EDUCATE SKILLS UGANDA THROUGH SCHOOLS

By UTN Reporter Kampala - The Civil Society has joined schools to fight the denting unemployment problem that bites hard especially among the youths in the urban centers.

KCCA CELEBRATES SANITATION DAY

Kampala - In a bid to keep Kampala city clean, Kampala capital city authority has embarked on monitoring the five divisions making Kampala city in a Kampala sanitation week which started on the 14th of this month. Today the campaign has been in Kasubi 1and 11 with a theme GOOD SANITATION HOW IS YOUR LEADER, this way they have urged the entire community to keep

MUSLIMS CHALLENGED ON PURITY AS RAMATHAN ENDS

BY CHRIS OPIRA AND SHAKIRA NAMATENDE

Wakiso - As the month of Ramathan draws to an end, Muslims have been challenged to pray to Almighty Allah and ask for forgiveness as they struggle to keep their purity.

RED PEPPER EDITORS SENT TO LUZIRA FOR DISTURBING MUSEVENI PEACE

By UTN Reporter

Editors of City Tabloid Red Pepper have been remanded to Luzira Prison for disturbing President Museveni’s peace.

AMISON MOURNS MAJ GEN KARUHANGA

The African Union Mission in Somalia has mourned the passing on of Maj Gen Levi Karuhanga, the first Commandant of the Mission in 2007. Maj Gen Karuhanga established the working formulae in Somalia for the Peace Mission, which all his successors have held. The Special Representative of the Chairperson of African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia Ambassador Francisco Madeira says

UPDF WITHDRAWS FROM CENTRAL AFRICA

CAR - The Uganda People’s Defense Forces has started withdrawing its forces from the Central Africa Republic.

The UPDF entered the Central African Republic in 2008, in a botched hunt for

BUGANDA LOYALISTS STORM POLICE OVER NFA LAND

Masaka - A team of Buganda loyalists has stormed Bukakkata police station demanding for the return of their sign post that was removed by the National Forestry Authority together with the environmental police. The loyalists led by deputy PokinoMwalim Kato Abdallah asked the acting officer in charge of the police station Fred Mwanga to hand over the sign post to them,

Kayihura Warns Media On Aine

Threatens Legal Action

The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura has warned Media Houses that have repeatedly alleged that the Police picked up former head of Security at the Go Forward camp Christopher Aine. Aine was picked by security operatives in Civilian cloths, to unidentified destination. Aine was moving from a Mobile Money outlet in Kyanja, Nakawa Division, near Kampala.