40 Students Injured In Separate Accidents

40 Students Injured In Separate Accidents   At  least 40 students sustained grave injuries in separate accidents that occurred along roads in western Uganda over the weekend. The first accident in which 10 students of Birere secondary school in Isingiro were injured  occurred at Nyabuziba in Birere Sub-county, Isingiro district, as they were traveling from […]

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Tycoons & Celebs Breastfed By Desire Named

Tycoons & Celebs Breastfed By Desire Named   Bootylicious singer Desire Luzinda should be crowned ‘Mother of the Nation’, for she has ‘breastfed’ various men, of different ages and sizes.   The ‘Kimala’ singer aka Kitone queen attracts men way bees are attracted to honey or nectar in flowers and as a result of this, […]

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M7 Meets Sudan’s VP over Refugee Influx

M7 Meets Sudan’s VP over Refugee Influx President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan has hailed President Yoweri Museveni’s peace efforts in Sudan following the safe release and handover of 125 Prisoners of war by SPLM-North to the Khatoum government. In a special message delivered to President Yoweri Museveni by the Sudanese Vice President Hassabo Mohammed Abdel […]

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M7, Muhamed discuss security in Somalia

M7, Muhamed discuss security in Somalia President Yoweri Museveni and his counterpart, the newly elected Somalia President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, have today held a bilateral meeting during which they discussed the security situation in the horn and development in Somalia. “I congratulate you on two counts; One, your recent victory as the new President of […]

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ICC orders Congo warlord Germain Katanga to pay victims

ICC orders Congo warlord Germain Katanga to pay victims The International Criminal Court (ICC) has for the first time ordered a war criminal to pay reparations to victims of his atrocities. Germain Katanga, an ex-militia leader in the Democratic Republic of Congo, should pay $1m (£800,000) to villagers targeted in 2003, judges ruled. But as […]

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Gambia to set up truth commission to probe Jammeh’s Rule

Gambia to set up truth commission to probe Jammeh’s Rule The Gambia will set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate abuses committed during ex-President Yahya Jammeh’s rule, the justice minister has said. The finances of Jammeh would also be investigated, Abubacarr Tambadou added. People would be encouraged to confess to crimes, and victims […]

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Ex-Egypt President, Mubarak Finally Returns Home

Ex-Egypt President, Mubarak Finally Returns Home More details are coming in following the release of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, six years after he was overthrown. Mubarak left a military hospital in southern Cairo and went to his home in the northern suburb of Heliopolis, his lawyer said. He was ordered freed earlier this month […]

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Farmers Worried Over Outbreak Of Deadly Crop-Eating Pest

Farmers Worried Over Outbreak Of Deadly Crop-Eating Pest Uganda has confirmed an outbreak of fall armyworm, a hungry pest that has been devastating crops across southern Africa. Agriculture Minister Vincent Sempijja said the caterpillar had been confirmed in 20 districts across the country. “Up to 40% of maize crops have been destroyed in the areas […]

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All Eyes on World Cross-Country Championships Tomorrow

All Eyes on World Cross-Country Championships Tomorrow The World Cross-Country championships are taking place in the Ugandan capital Kampala on Sunday, the biggest global sports event the country has ever hosted. The tourism ministry has been promoting the event, as Uganda becomes only the fourth African country to host the prestigious long-distance championships. Kenya and […]

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Russian involvement in Libya ‘undeniable’ – US

Russian involvement in Libya ‘undeniable’ – US The head of US military operations in Africa, asked about the presence of the Russian military in Libya, has said that there are “Russian troops in the area”, Reuters news agency reports. It follows reports , denied by Russia, that it had deployed special forces to a military base in […]

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Juiciest Babes @ Uganda Christian University Unveiled

Juiciest Babes @ Uganda Christian University Unveiled There are a number of female students at Uganda Christian University (UCU) Mukono, who have been branded by duded as very juicy, appetizing and extremely delicious. These are the babes who make loaded dudes flock UCU on a daily basis not to attend lectures but to drool and […]

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North Korea Ambassador Warns U.S On Uganda Cooperation

North Korea Ambassador Warns U.S On Uganda Cooperation  By Patrick Ocaido Ri Hung Guk, the chargé d’affaires a.i, of the Democratic Peoples’ Republic of Korea (DPRK) Embassy, Kampala has warned Donald Trump’s U.S against interfering with Uganda’s cooperation. During an exclusive interview on Tuesday, Ri Hung Guk said that U.S should not attempt to antagonize […]

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Katsha Biffs Gitawo & Ssemwanga

Katsha Biffs Gitawo & Ssemwanga South African based businessman, Shafique Katumba aka Katsha De’bank has vowed to crush the alliance between his former frenemies Ivan Ssemwanga and Cameroon Gitawo. Ssemwanga and Gitawo recently buried their hatchet after feuding for years. Initially, Katsha, Ssemwanga and Gitawo were best friends and were doing business together, but they separated after […]

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Best Kemigisa, Katuramu Shocking Secrets Leak

Best Kemigisa, Katuramu Shocking Secrets Leak   John Sanyu Katuramu, the former Tooro Kingdom prime minister who is currently  incarcerated at Luzira   Maximum prisons serving a life sentence, is a man who has deep secrets with Queen mother Best Kemigisa! The secrets between Katuramu and Kemigisa are so deep that they even resulted into the […]

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Unveiling New Police Publicist

Unveiling New Police Publicist Asan Kasingye-the architect of Community Policing By John V Sserwaniko Some two years ago, Makerere students organized a party at Staff canteen during which they gave a trophy to IGP Gen Kale Kayihura christening him the title “Champion of Community Policing.” Started in UK in 1800s, Community Policing is about deepening […]

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Uganda Asks China for New Loan

Uganda Asks China for New Loan Ugandan government has asked China for a $500 million loan to help build almost 600 km (360 miles) of roads in the country’s oil-rich west, amid concerns that the country’s heavy reliance on foreign borrowing could lead to a spike in debt. Uganda has discovered an estimated 6.5 billion […]

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Mwenda Knocks Boda-Boda Rider, Survives Lynching

Mwenda Knocks Boda-Boda Rider, Survives Lynching Veteran Journalist Andrew Mwenda, the proprietor of The Independent Magazine, yesterday survived being lynched by boda-boda riders in Mukono after he knocked one of their colleagues. The incident happened at Wantoni trading center and an eyewitness says that “After knocking the boda-boda guy down, Mwenda attempted to drive off […]

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Micho Names 23-man Squad Ahead Of Uganda-France Friendship Week Match

Micho Names 23-man Squad Ahead Of Uganda-France Friendship Week Match The National team coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredejovic has named a team of 23 players that will face the French Military team in a friendly match that will played on Saturday at Nelson Mandela National Stadium. All of the players are locally based mostly those who […]

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Muk Don Brands NRM Die-Hards ‘Masqueraders’

Muk Don Brands NRM Die-Hards ‘Masqueraders’  By Venenscias Kiiza Dr. Ssimba Sallie Kayunga, a political science lecturer at Makerere University has, said that there is no any level of institutionalization in Uganda’s political parties, questioning the royalty of even the so-called National Resistance Movement (NRM) self-proclaimed supporters. He says there is a need to strengthen […]

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Jailed Rwanda Mother Denies Plotting Against Kagame

Jailed Rwanda Mother Denies Plotting Against Kagame A pregnant mother from the UK has appeared in court in Rwanda on charges of spreading state secrets, trying to harm President Paul Kagame and attempting to form an armed group. Violette Uwamahoro, a Rwandan-British national, pleaded not guilty to the charges when she appeared in the High […]

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