Mbidde Defends Kezaala Defection

Mbidde Defends Kezaala Defection By Our Reporters DP Vice President Mukasa Mbidde has defended the move by his party National Chairman Mohammed Kezaala to abandon the DP post in order to serve as Deputy Ambassador under President Museveni’s government. Kezaala’s move has been criticized by many as a culmination of political deal making many DP […]

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Col Frank Kaka Bagyenda: The lethal NRA Bush war Operative

Col Frank Kaka Bagyenda: The lethal NRA Bush war Operative By Ben Byarabaha President Yoweri Museveni last week named Col. Frank Bagyenda as the new director general of Internal Security Organisation (ISO). Col. Bagyenda replaced Brig. Ronnie Balya who has been the DG since 2010. In today’s briefing, we unleash the untold secrets about Col. […]

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Uganda UK Convention Boss Roots for Investment In Uganda

Uganda UK Convention Boss Roots for Investment In Uganda The Vice-Chairman of Uganda convention in UK has advised Ugandans in the Diaspora to take advantage of the conducive investment environment and incentives. Mr. Bernard Robinson Magulu; CPA, FCCA, the Vice President of Uganda Convention in UK and Country Representative has advised Diasporans to utilise the […]

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ARMY RESHUFFLES: How Will Gen Angina Be Remembered

ARMY RESHUFFLES: How Will Gen Angina Be Remembered By John V Sserwaniko Until this week defense reshuffle, Charles Angina was the Deputy Chief of Defense Forces (CDF). Knowledgeable sources say the very prayerful General cordially worked with his boss CDF Katumba Wamala. As DCDF, Angina busied himself frequently visiting army installations talking to soldiers acquainting […]

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Uganda’s Top PR Gurus & What Makes Them Tick

Uganda’s Top PR Gurus & What Makes Them Tick By John V Sserwaniko & Moses Semakula Cynthia Mpanga: She is a young adult who works with Standard Chartered bank. She is rated highly by media people because she promptly gets back to you with very good answers. She is passionate and knowledge about the institution […]

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Death Toll Rises after Brazil Prison Riot

Death Toll Rises after Brazil Prison Riot By Agencies At least 26 people have died during a 14-hour riot in a Brazilian prison, police said. The revised death toll is three times what was initially reported, and could increase further, the sources said. On Saturday afternoon, violence erupted between members of rival gangs at Alcacuz […]

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Gambia President-Elect Barrow ‘To Stay In Senegal Until Inauguration’

Gambia President-Elect Barrow ‘To Stay In Senegal Until Inauguration’ The Gambia’s president-elect Adama Barrow is to remain in Senegal until his planned inauguration on Thursday, state media in Senegal say. The move was requested by West African leaders after a Mali summit, APS said. President Yahya Jammeh, who initially admitted election defeat, says he will not step […]

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Court Sets Date For hearing Kanyamunyu Bail Application

Court Sets Date For hearing Kanyamunyu Bail Application By Serestino Tusingwire High court in Kampala has today ordered Luzira prison officials to produce Matthew Kanyamunyu, his girlfriend Cynthia Munwangari and his brother Joseph Kanyamunyu on 10th January for hearing of their bail application. Kanyamunyu who is the prime suspect applied for bail in December and […]

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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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Migrants found hidden in suitcase

Migrants found hidden in suitcase Police have detained two Moroccans who tried to smuggle migrants into Spain’s North African enclave of Ceuta – two hidden in a car and one in a suitcase. When police checked a car on Monday one person was found hidden in the dashboard and another in the hollowed-out back seat. […]

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Kidney, Liver of Besigye Aide Rot

Kidney, Liver of Besigye Aide Rot By John V Sserwaniko Doreen Nyanjura, a leading assistant to Col Kizza Besigye, is grievously ill and  has been confined home for the past few days. Nyanjura (aka FDC Preacher) is also KCCA Lord Councilor representing Makerere University. Yesterday she confirmed what has been a rumor for some days […]

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Kill, Slaughter, Kidnap All Nigerians — Boko Haram Leader

Kill, Slaughter, Kidnap All Nigerians — Boko Haram Leader The ringleader of the Nigeria-based Boko Haram Takfiri terrorist group has urged the militants to beef up extreme violence against people, denying recent claims by the government that the group has been crushed. In a video posted on YouTube purportedly by Boko Haram on Friday, a […]

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New Year celebrations: New Zealand’s Auckland first world city to welcome in 2017

New Year celebrations: New Zealand’s Auckland first world city to welcome in 2017 Auckland in New Zealand has become the first major world city to welcome 2017. Fireworks erupted from the 328m (1,080ft) tall Sky Tower in the city centre. Polynesia and Pacific islands including Samoa, Tonga and Kiribati entered 2017 at 10:00 GMT. Many […]

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21 dead as twin bombs rip through Iraq market

21 dead as twin bombs rip through Iraq market At least 21 people have been killed and 40 people wounded in a double bombing at a busy market in the centre of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, officials say. The explosions happened near shops selling spare parts for cars in the al-Sinak market, according to police […]

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US actress Debbie Reynolds dies, a day after daughter Carrie Fisher

US actress Debbie Reynolds dies, a day after daughter Carrie Fisher US actress Debbie Reynolds has died, a day after the death of her daughter Carrie Fisher, her son announced. US media say the 84-year-old had a stroke. She was taken to a Los Angeles hospital on Wednesday. The Hollywood legend is best known for […]

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Economist Tayebwa is dead

Economist Tayebwa is dead Author of Various books on Economics and former Makerere University lecturer Bernard Tayebwa Mugisha has gone to meet his creator. This website understands that the Author “Principles Of Economics” book died of kidney failure. Tayebwa was diagnosed with a chronic kidney disease, diabetes mellitus and hypertension and he has been undergoing […]

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Ebola vaccine gives 100% protection, study finds

Ebola vaccine gives 100% protection, study finds An experimental vaccine against the Ebola virus was found to be 100% effective, according to a study published in The Lancet on Thursday. The results offer hope of better protection against the disease that ravaged West Africa in 2014, killing more than 11,000 people. “Ebola left a devastating […]

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PHOTOS: Famous Cassablanca Bar Burnt To Ashes

PHOTOS: Famous Cassablanca Bar Burnt To Ashes By Serestino Tusingwire Fire has this morning gutted the Kansanga based Casablanca bar and restaurant, burning property worth millions to ashes. The cause of the fire was not readily established. Management stated that no life was lost. This website has learnt that the property destroyed in the fire […]

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Cranes Goalkeeper, Denis Onyango, To Set Up Goalkeeping Academy

Cranes Goalkeeper, Denis Onyango, To Set Up Goalkeeping Academy By Serestino Tusingwire The celebrated Uganda cranes goalkeeper, Denis Masinde Onyango has revealed his plans to start up a goalkeeping academy to help the young generation develop their talents. Onyango believes this will help Uganda become one of the countries producing best goalkeepers even after his […]

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Mumbere Case Adjourned Until 12th January

Mumbere Case Adjourned Until 12th January By Serestino Tusingwire The hearing of the case in which the Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere and 152 royal guards are accused of numerous offences in connection to Kasese clashes has been adjourned to January 12, 2017. Mumbere and his royal guards were today appearing before Jinja magistrates’ court […]

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