Ex-Ugandan Sodomite, Sengooba Loses Petition

Ex-Ugandan Sodomite, Sengooba Loses Petition News reaching our desk indicates that former pearl petroleum proprietor and gay suspect, Robert Kityo Sengooba has lost a petition where he was challenging the Anti-homosexuality Act 2014. Through his Human Rights Lawyer Patricia Kimera, Sengooba had petitioned East African Court of Human Rights (EACJ) in Arusha-Tanzania (No 6 of […]

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FIFA Unanimously Vote To Increase World Cup Teams to 48

FIFA Unanimously Vote To Increase World Cup Teams to 48 FIFA’s ruling council on Tuesday unanimously approved an expansion of the World Cup to 48 teams in 2026, in a major coup for the body’s president Gianni Infantino. In a bid to widen the game’s global appeal and enrich its coffers, the FIFA panel endorsed […]

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We Are Charged shs5000 a km For Ambulance Services – Expectant Mothers

We Are Charged shs5000 a km For Ambulance Services – Expectant Mothers By Andrew Cohen Amvesi Maracha Women in Maracha district, mainly expectant Mothers have come out to openly accuse their medical bosses of charging them for Ambulance services. According to the women, each expectant mother is asked to pay shs5, 000 per a kilometer […]

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Why Besigye must go — Andrew Mwenda

Why Besigye must go — Andrew Mwenda Good morning friends. We have over the last week ignited a heated debate on the crisis in the opposition especially the leadership of Dr. Kizza Besigye. You have made his page the largest newspaper in the country. I have read the comments on the debate and I am […]

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What People Aren’t Saying About Besigye

What People Aren’t Saying About Besigye By John V Sserwaniko In the early 2000s, as I was growing up in secondary school, Dr. PK Semogerere and his DP dominated the opposition space. Growing up in a political family, I daily read newspapers and followed these things with keen interest. All one had to do then […]

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M7’s New Year Message

M7’s New Year Message Fellow Ugandans, I greet all of you the people of Uganda and congratulate you on finishing the year 2016 and wish you a prosperous 2017. I extend condolences to the families who lost their dear ones in the year that is just ended. During this year of 2016, we had successful […]

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M7 Is Being Messed Up – Madhvani

M7 Is Being Messed Up – Madhvani By Ben Byarabaha Uganda’s richest family, The Madhvani Group  has said President Yoweri Museveni is being messed up by Trade and Industry minister, Amelia Kyambadde. In an exclusive interview with this newspaper, the group’s Managing Director, Mayur Madhvani and his co-director Kamlesh Madhvani said sugar production in the […]

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M7, Madhavani Fall Out Deepens

M7, Madhavani Fall Out Deepens By John V Sserwaniko In a rare show of anger, resentment and frustration, President Museveni has described the Madhvani Group as useless. And to show how serious he was in what in what he was saying, the man from Rwakitura even put his concerns in writing. In our possession is […]

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NRM Party Offices Closed Over Failure To Pay Rent

NRM Party Offices Closed Over Failure To Pay Rent By Milton Emmy Akwam The National Resistance Movement (NRM) party offices in Lira district have been locked after the party failed to pay rent for over a year. NRM had not paid rent since September, 2015; the amount had accumulated to over Shs4m. The offices were […]

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Plot to Arrest Gen Sejusa over Mumbere Leaks

Plot to Arrest Gen Sejusa over Mumbere Leaks By Moses T. Mugalula Gen. David Munungu Sejusa, former coordinator intelligence organizations faces arrest after security landed on details for his connections with embattled Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere. There are fears that Gen. Sejusa will flee the country fearing to be arrested but his aide has […]

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Uninvited Guests At Ugandan Events Becoming An Offensively Pathetic Habit — Dixon Okello Bond

Uninvited Guests At Ugandan Events  Becoming An Offensively Pathetic Habit — Dixon Okello Bond By Dixon Okello Bond A friend invited me to an event and the massive crowd I met when I got to the venue nearly fazed me out (because she said it was something small). The food and drinks were not enough to […]

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Rwenzururu Kingdom Secrets Leak; Omusinga Is Retired ‘General’

Rwenzururu Kingdom Secrets Leak; Omusinga Is Retired ‘General’ The Bakonzo tribe and subjects of the Rwenzururu Kingdom right now find themselves victims of ‘persecution’ following  last weekend’s attack on the palace and the July 5 2014 attacks that rocked the districts of Ntoroko, Bundibugyo and Kasese claiming the lives of close to 100 people. Yesterday’s […]

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Kayunga Demoted As Beach Soccer First Rounds Ends

Kayunga Demoted As Beach Soccer First Rounds Ends By John Batanudde Kayunga town council beach soccer club has been demoted from the 2016-17   Pespi national beach soccer league after missing three games. Deo Mutabazi  the  UBSA  boss  told pepper sport  that Kayunga TC alongside  Buwanika Bulls will not take part in the second  games which […]

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Is Reforming Electoral Commission Becoming a Myth?

Is Reforming Electoral Commission Becoming a Myth? By Faridah Lule Commenting on the recent EC appointment, Presidential press secretary, Don Wanyama, remarked,  “The President is implementing some of these proposals before they are even actualized into law. He was actually under no obligation to name someone at the level of a judge but there he […]

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Uphill climb for gay community in Uganda

Uphill climb for gay community in Uganda Being gay in a country like Uganda is as good as walking on egg shells, it’s abhorred by a vast majority of the population in this land. To many it’s one of the greatest ‘sins’ that a person can ever commit. Because such sentiments this minority group has […]

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FDC’s Besigye Mourns Fallen Akena

FDC’s Besigye Mourns Fallen Akena 15th November 2016. The family of Late Mr Kenneth Watmon Akena, Condolence message: I have learnt of the tragic and most untimely passing of Kenneth. I have also learnt of the violent manner in which he was killed. My heart, thought and prayers are with the grieving family, relatives and […]

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Torn between army and rebels, S.Sudan refugees speak out

Torn between army and rebels, S.Sudan refugees speak out By Michael O’Hagan Yumbe (Uganda) (AFP) – South Sudanese refugees in Uganda have described being forced to flee soaring ethnic violence at the hands of the South Sudanese army while avoiding forced conscription into rebel forces. Hundreds of thousands of people have fled the world’s newest country […]

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Release Kanyamunyu, Here is why

Release Kanyamunyu, Here is why By Angelo Izama Uganda Police Force should probably release Mr. Mathew Kanyamunyu. He is the suspect in a fatal shooting last weekend of a social worker at Lugogo Mall in Kampala. The case has got the blood of many boiling. The victim was a well-liked community organiser from the North […]

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Dear Robert Mugabe, It is time for you to quit

Dear Robert Mugabe, it  is time for you to quit Dear President Robert Mugabe, It is with a heavy heart and a trampled soul that I write this letter to you. Our beloved country that you have presided over for the past 36 years was once the breadbasket of Africa but has declined to become […]

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