Stirling Takes Over UCU Roads

Stirling Takes Over UCU Roads Stirling Civil Engineering Construction Company has taken over the construction of roads at Mukono-based Uganda Christian University (UCU). Stirling, an established local civil engineering company in the country was recently contracted by UCU to construct 3km road project of the first phase. According to the site supervisor, Solomon Obella, construction […]

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Doctors Pins Bishop Makumbi Tormentors

Doctors Pins Bishop Makumbi Tormentors The court hearing of case in which Bishop Patrick Makumbi of the Lweza based Gospel Hearing Centre is accused of defilement climaxed with testimonies from Mulago and Police doctors. Bishop Makumbi is accused of allegedly defiling a 16year old Nalweyiso Shamirah alias Nansubuga Kirabo which led to a pregnancy and […]

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MUK Don Hailed for Fighting Pathogens in the Country

MUK Don Hailed for Fighting Pathogens in the Country With the increasing population in Uganda and world over, there is also the increasing trans-boundary diseases and pathogens which require technical touch to analyse them in the laboratories and fighting them. However, by the year 1995, the only highest level of education for these highly important […]

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Finance Ministry Official In Man-Poaching Scandal

Finance Ministry Official In Man-Poaching Scandal A senior official has been accused of allegedly poaching a married man and derailing him from his family. This comes after a babe identified as Evelyn Swits aka Lynette Marsalovva, a degree graduate of Food Processing from Kyambogo University, accused a lady identified as Jackie, of allegedly snatching her […]

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Karisa Poaches Top Scribe To Boost NBS Team

Karisa Poaches Top Scribe To Boost NBS Team Word reaching the ever-sharp ears of our Snoops has it that NBS TV boss Kin Karisa has started poaching finest scribes from print media houses to boost his television station. After poaching all good presenters from rival television stations, his target now is hunting for good scribes […]

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Rugby Cranes Ranked 36th in the Latest World Rankings

Rugby Cranes Ranked 36th in the Latest World Rankings By Emmanuel Sekago The Uganda rugby cranes team has been put in the 36th position according to the latest world rankings. This means the team climbed 2 positions from 38th position which it previously held. Uganda made it 50.30 points after beating Tunisia which dropped three […]

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Kabafunzaki Insists he did not Solicit 5M from Aya Boss

Kabafunzaki Insists he did not Solicit 5M from Aya Boss The troubled  State Minister for labor  Herbert Kabafunzaki on Tuesday pleaded not guilty (for the second time) to corruption charges including receiving five million shillings  from the Proprietor of Aya group of companies Mohammad Hamid. Kabafuzanki and his political aid Mugabo Brian and a relative Lubowa […]

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NRM Group Backs Removal of Presidential Age Limit

NRM Group Backs Removal of Presidential Age Limit Fred Mwesigye, the Chairman of Presidential Affairs Committee in parliament has condemned opposition politicians and activists for trying to stifle the debate on the proposal to remove the presidential age limit from the constitution. Mwesigye, who is one of the 1986 bush war fighters, made the remarks […]

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South Sudan’s President Declares State Of Emergency In Home State

South Sudan’s President Declares State Of Emergency In Home State South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has declared a three-month state of emergency in his home state, where clashes have raged for months between clan-based militias, the government spokesman said on Tuesday. Michael Makuei, who is also the information minister, said the army would be given […]

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Gunmen Abduct Two Catholic Priests In Volatile Eastern Congo

Gunmen Abduct Two Catholic Priests In Volatile Eastern Congo Gunmen in restive eastern Democratic Republic of Congo kidnapped two Catholic priests in an area at the centre of over two years of massacres by unknown assailants, the country’s conference of bishops said on Monday. The two priests — Charles Kipasa and Jean-Pierre Akilimali — were […]

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U.N. Urges East Libya Army To Probe Executions, Suspend Commander

U.N. Urges East Libya Army To Probe Executions, Suspend Commander The United Nations called on Tuesday for the Libyan National Army (LNA) which controls the eastern part of the country to investigate summary executions of prisoners. Its human right’s body and voiced concern at the fate of those still in their custody. The LNA is […]

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UIA’s Jolly Kaguhangire’s 1st 100 Days Audited As Top Tax Payers’ List Leaks

UIA’s Jolly Kaguhangire’s 1st 100 Days Audited As Top Tax Payers’ List Leaks By John V Sserwaniko On April 1st, Jolly Kaguhangire Kamugira took office as the Executive Director Uganda Investment Authority (UIA), a body charged with policy advisory roles, attraction and retention of credible investors to Uganda. On expiry of her first 100 days […]

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Angry Youths Assault Mwenda Over Age Limit

Angry Youths Assault Mwenda Over Age Limit By Our Reporters Operating under “Protest Article 102(b),” a group of Ugandan youths from all political parties including NRM have resorted to targeting key supporters of Museveni’s right to rule for life by scrapping the age limit provisions in the Constitution. They have created a very active whatsapp […]

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Why M7 Has Ignored NRM Youth League On Age Limit

Why M7 Has Ignored NRM Youth League On Age Limit By Our Reporters For months now, the entire national leadership of the NRM youth league has been out criticizing efforts to scrap age limit to enable President Museveni rule for life. The group is led by national youth league chairman Nasur Gaddafy, General Secretary Morris […]

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M7 Summons Cabinet Over Sick Cows

M7 Summons Cabinet Over Sick Cows By Our Reporters A multi-billion livestock export deal between Uganda and Egypt is on the verge of collapsing after the intervention President Museveni had devised, costing billions, got unexpected hurdles. Museveni, who is struggling with a frail economy, has desperately been trying all efforts to increase the inflow of […]

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Kenzo To Perform In Sweden on Mama Africa Club & Nile A.P’s 18th Anniversary 

Kenzo To Perform In Sweden on Mama Africa Club & Nile A.P’s 18th Anniversary Celebrated song bird and Uganda’s international award winner, Eddy Kenzo will drive Stockholm wild come August this year. This historic performance has been organized by Mama Africa Club and Nile A.P, the event’s organizers and promoters, with a whooping record of […]

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Gov’t To Invest In Atomic Energy

Gov’t To Invest In Atomic Energy By Patrick Ocaido Government is set to invest millions of money to put up a 2000Mw nuclear power project with a projection to enhance power stability and reliability. This was revealed by Prime Minister Dr Rukahana Rugunda who was flagging off a 5 day long workshop of the 28th […]

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Revealed: Ambulance Taking Nelson Mandela To Hospital Caught Fire

Revealed: Ambulance Taking Nelson Mandela To Hospital Caught Fire The ambulance which was carrying South Africa’s first black President Nelson Mandela Madiba caught fire as it was taking him to hospital in the months before his death, his doctor, Vejay Ramlakan, has revealed in a newly published book, AFP news agency has reported. Dr Ramlakan […]

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Tanzania Pastor Arrested After Two Drown In River Baptisms

Tanzania Pastor Arrested After Two Drown In River Baptisms Tanzanian police have detained a pastor after two worshippers drowned while being baptised in a river near Rombo in the north of the country. The two victims were overwhelmed by the current of the River Ungwasi, a police spokesman has told the BBC. It is not […]

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DR Congo Rangers Killed In Raid To Find US Journalist

DR Congo Rangers Killed In Raid To Find US Journalist Four Congolese park rangers and a porter have been killed in an operation to find a US journalist and three other rangers, officials say. The group had gone missing during a militia attack on the town of Mambasa in the Okapi wildlife reserve, in the […]

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