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MOREEN KYALYA CALLS FOR REGIONALIZED ARMY.

By Nabbuye Rehemah, Namakula Sylvia and Nanziri Winnie.

Former presidential candidate Maureen Kyalya Walube has proposed to regionalize the army which she say will help to improve the welfare and performance of the army officers.

Maureen Kyalya Walube who doubles as the Executive Director of Uganda Toris told journalists at centenary Park in Kampala that the failure to have a regionalized army is the reason for the poor performance of most Army offices as they often think about their families.

Kyalya Walube who is the mastermind of a political drive code named waking sleeping Giants advises Ugandans who have a political ambition to actively come out and declare their ambitions in order to develop Ugandan politics.

According to Kyalya she describes waking sleeping Giants as those interested in becoming presidents but reluctant in the field.

Kyalya gave reference of former premier and presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi whom she describes to be in hiding leaving Ugandans in suspicion.

About empowering Ugandans through cooperatives and social welfare, Maureen Kyalya, says there is need to mandate vulnerable people to improve on their wellbeing.

Kyalya sounded to be attacking politicians who think of being rewarded in return yet they can serve Ugandans genuinely which has contributed to the retarded growth and development in the country.

About the increasing deaths in the country, Kyalya wants to have reduction of guns amongst Ugandans.

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VOTING IN ENTEBBE CANCELLED

Voting in Entebbe turned chaotic after the two rivaling sides failed to come to terms with the conditions in which the ballot boxes were delivered. The boxes were delivered to Entebbe Police with several of them holding brocken safety seals, a condition NRM supporters alleged was to be blamed on their DP counterparts. The boxes were delivered to the Police a night

KAYIHURA ORDERS POLICE OUT OF BESIGYE HOME

Kampala - Police Chief Gen. Kale Kayihura has withdrawn Police out of Dr Kiiza Besigye’s home in Kasangati. His order comes hours before the High Court Judgment this afternoon, in a case that Dr Besigye challenged his house arrest. In a press conference at Naguru, Gen Kayihura said given last evening’s Supreme Court Ruling, the Police finds it appropriate to withdraw security from the FDC strong man’s home.

IGG MULYAGONJA BLASTS MPs OVER GRAFT

The Inspector General of Government has lambasted MPs for fueling the rampant corruption in the country by shielding officials implicated in grand theft of public funds.

Irene Mulyagonja made the scathing remarks shortly after

MINISTER ON SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AS UGANDA, USA AND JAPAN IN COLLABORATED CONCERT

Ugandan have been challenged to have a mind change towards skills development as the only to address the increasing unemployment amongst the youth .

This was revealed by the Minister of State for Higher Education Dr J C Muyingo

Investment Body Launches Web Portal

Kampala – The Uganda Investment Authority - UIA has launched a one-stop Center for investment, code named the e-biz portal set to fasten the proceedings involved in investment into the Country. The new innovation is projected to provide a major mileage towards improvement of the investment climate in the country, with the final solution to be reached in June 2016.

UNEB WITHHELD 4525 UCE 2017 RESULTS

BY Maria Eyoru

The Uganda National Examinations Board, UNEB has withheld 4,525 results on allegations relating to exams malpractice.

At least results from 33 Schools have been withheld.

According to the Examining Body, there has been a general improvement in the

CHIEF JUSTICE PONDERS ADVOCATES ON DISPENSATION OF JUSTICE.

BY NAMULI DAPHINE

The Chief justice Bart Katuleebe Magunda has appealed to advocates to give quality services to people ahead of the desire to have dispensation of justice.

Chief justice Bart Katuleebe while addressing during

INSIDE NETENYAHU’S VISIT TO UGANDA

With just a few hours left to the visit of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netenyahu allegations that surfaced in 2014 by Israeli Newspaper Hareetz come back to haunt. The newspaper raised among others that Israel was exporting its unwanted refugees to Uganda. While contemplating potential locations for a Jewish homeland over a century ago, Theodor Herzl - the father of modern political Zionism

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