Namboole - The Presiding Pastor of the Adventist Church in Central Uganda Conference Rev Samuel Kajoba has called on Ugandans to fight hatred among leaders and in family. Rev Kajoba says hatred has retarded development in several sectors of Government, affecting service delivery to the people.
As fear and tension envelop customers regarding the future of Barclays bank, the institution has come out to deny allegations from the public regarding its looming closure.
This comes barely few months after the imperial bank
Munyonyo - The United Nations has renewed its plea for all inclusive gender equality especially for Women and Children. Through the United Nations’ Women’s Office in Uganda, the international body pushes for the implementation of the gender Equality agenda 2030 for sustainable development.
Lack of knowledge has been sighted as one of the greatest challenges faced by a girl child in Uganda.
A non-government organization, Determined African Related kids say they have conducted a research especially in the eastern region of the country and found out that lack
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Kampala - The hearing of the case in which fourteen Muslim Clerics including Tabliq leader Amir Ummah Sheikh Muhammad Yunus are accused of murder has been deferred to February 6.
The Uganda People’s Defense Forces have deployed heavily at the Democratic Republic of Congo Boarder points of Bunagana in Kisoro following a crackdown on criminality that saw weapons discovered.
12 Guns were discovered Saturday night in areas
Police is holding Forum for Democratic change presidential hopeful Rt Col Dr Kizza Besigye at its notorious detention facility, Nalufenya in Jinja.
After being whisked away from the City Centre, Dr Besigye was briefly detained at Nagalama, as a ritual, before being driven at a super-sonic speed to Nalufenya.
Kampala Metropolitan Police Spoke person Patrick Onyang confirmed
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
Kampala City Traders Association have decried the malice by Chinese traders of dealing in retail business as well as wholesale practice, yet they came into the market with intention of the latter. The traders insist that this practice is driving them out of business, as they cannot favorably compete against this group. This led to a tour by Parliamentary committee on