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BOBI WINE SMEAR CAMPAIGN STARTS

By UTN Report

Residents in Lubaga North Constituency in Kampala woke up to shock when they found several posters depicting People Power Icon Robert Kyagulanyi Aka Bobi Wine as a neo colonialism tool used by the Western World.

The Poster found just metres away from the home of NRM Parliamentary Chief Whip Ruth Nankabirwa's home in Nabulagala also say the Kyadondo East legislator is a selfish individual sponsored by gay communities in the west to promote gay rights in Uganda.

More on this story will come you way.

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4 MPS CHARGED WITH TREASON, 33 REMANDED

BY UTN REPORTERS

Gulu Chief Magistrates Court has remanded the newly elected Arua Municipality MP Kassiano Wadri, together with 33 others to Gulu Main Prison.

Arua Municipality MP Kassiano Wadri has been charged before Dawa Francis Matenga along

FEMALE JUDGES CAUTIONED ON SNATCHING MARRIED MEN

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

THE HUNTER BEING HUNTED, KIRUMIRA TRANSFERRED TO NALUFENYA

BY UTN REPORTER

The Inspector General of Police, IGP Gen Kale Kayihura has appointed ASP Edgar Akankwatsa to replace the controversial ASP Muhammad Kirumira as the new District Police Commander (DPC) for Buyende.

This development was announced by SSP Emilian Kayima, the police spokesman.

Kirumira was arrested on Thursday morning from his home Bulenga

FDC REJECT EC RESULTS

Kampala- Following Police’s continued efforts to deny the leading opposition Party, the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) to announce results from their Tallying center in the February Polls, FDC party has rejected the results, saying the Kiggundu results was unbelievable fraud seen by a young baby.

The party’s president, Rt Gen Mugisha Muntu in a Press release circulated to

XMAS FIRE LEAVES AMURU RESIDENTS HOMELESS

Amuru- At least 34 families were left homeless following a wild fire outbreak in Amuru District. The fire that gutted over 40 huts, destroying property worth of millions of shillings in Okidi ward in Atiak Sub County

M7 Snubs Presidential Debate Again

Kampala - NRM Flag Bearer and incumbent President Yoweri Museveni has snubbed the second Presidential Debate slated for this coming Saturday February 13th. Museveni snubbed the very first debate that was held on January 15th citing a very tight campaign schedule. The Chairperson of the NRM Campaign Task Force Mike Kennedy Ssebalu

PROSECUTION MAKES FINAL SUBMISSIONS KAMPALA TWIN BOMBING CASE

Court: Prosecution in the 2010 Kampala twin bombing case has today commenced making its final submissions to try and link 13 suspects accused of masterminding the explosions that left at least 76 people who were watching a televised World Cup match dead and scores injured.

The submissions have been made by Senior Principal State Attorney

ENGINEERS WARN THE PUBLIC ON "QUACK ENGINEERS"

The Uganda Association of Professional Engineers have warned the public against using what they termed as unqualified and quack engineers who end up constructing buildings that collapse and kill people.

The association President Eng Dr Dorothy Okello warns that if the public

BESIGYE SPEAKS OUT ON THE LOP MANDATE

The former FDC flag bearer Dr. Kiiza Besigye has revealed that the choice of the leadership of the opposition in parliament was a party mandate. Besigye was responding to the question on whether the party leadership in parliament was misrepresented when the party President Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu choose to have a leader of opposition in Parliament a matter that was seen to accept