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12:57
12:57

12 FDC Supporters on Charges of Inciting Violence Granted Bail 1

The incident occurred on July 28, 2023, at the FDC office Headquarters in Najjanankumbi, Rubaga Division. It is alleged that they incited the public to cause chaos and disrupted the FDC Executive meeting from taking place.
18:39
18:39

DPP Closes 17 Files on Iron Sheets Scandal 2 2

The revelation of the DPP that she is only left with technocrats for prosecution now closes the public debate and as to whether she would prosecute the top three government ladies including the Vice President Jessica Alupo whose name had equally been implicated.
16:16
16:16

Businessman Asks Court Martial to Dismiss Charges 1 1

Nyansingwa told the court that the last time they appeared on March 22nd, 2023, the court gave the prosecution the last warning.
15:52
15:52

Investigator Asks Court Martial to Reject Bail for NUP Supporters 2 1

Mubehamwe relied on an affidavit sworn by the the Investigator Musinguzi who told Court that the applicants have capacity to interfere with state witnesses as well as investigations.
17:58
17:58

Emotions as Tortured Kidnap Victim Testifies in Military Court Aggravated Robbery 2 1

Muhayire narrated how they stopped at a fuel station and discussed whether to kill him using paraffin or petrol by pouring it in his ears or silencing him with a gun. He was however saved by Mutebi, one of the suspects who allegedly said that they shouldn't kill him otherwise it would be easy for them to be traced.
16:42
16:42

Mityana Police Officers Killed While Following False Complaint 1

Three state witnesses who appeared before the General Court Martial this afternoon told the court that Issa Kizito, one of the suspects lodged a false complaint that he had been robbed of 500,000 Shillings which was part of the capital that he uses in his tomatoes business.
17:28
17:28

Air Quality Monitoring Improves, Data Not Put to Use 1 4

Abdu Njuki, the Acting Town Clerk at Makindye Division admits the gap in the utilization of the air quality data, .but says that as more monitoring units are being set up, KCCA - and Makindye in particular - will be engaging partners like AirQo to guide them on how air quality information can be used at different levels to identify air pollution hotspots and develop solutions.
17:26
17:26

Mother Faints After Court Martial Grants Bail to Her Son 1 1

In his ruling, Lt General. Gutti granted Ntege bail of Shillings 5 million not in cash and asked his sureties to execute a non-cash bond of Shillings 10 million each. He also restricted Ntega from going beyond the boundaries of Kampala and Wakiso District without court permission.
16:37
16:37

Court Martial Remands 15 Suspects over Treachery, Murder of Police Officers 1

The group from Mityana, Kasanda Wakiso, and Kampala districts were on Monday arraigned before the seven-member panel of the Court Martial officers led by Lt General Andrew Gutti who read to them one count of treachery and four counts of murder and two others for aggravated robbery.
14:16
14:16

Makindye LCIs to Collect Data for Tax Collection, Share the Revenue with Municipality 3

Deputy Town Clerk Makindye municipality Ssemakula Henry also urged the chairpersons to take Municipal officials to their areas to see the registered residents who are supposed to pay taxes such as the property tax for rentals.
09:22
09:22

Rewarding Voters: Makindye Council Fires Non-resident Support Staff 4

According to a memo, all departments will lay off all support staff by 30th December so that new staff who reside within Makindye can apply for the jobs and start working in January after the Christmas holiday.
08:54
08:54

Family of Deceased Security Guard Sues Gaaga Bus For Over UGX 100M Compensation gaaga bus accident 1

Owacuwun contends that on January 26th 2019 around 3 am at Kyakala, Mijera Town Council along Kampala Gulu Highway in Nakasongora District, Ayiassi who was driving a Scania bus registration number UAP 765H was negligent and careless while transporting passengers to Paidha from Kampala.
18:15
18:15

Three Nigerian Artistes Remanded for Holding Concert amidst Covid-19 Hazard Omar Lay 3

The three Nigerians are Temilade Openiyi , Stanley Omar Didia and Muyiwa Awoniyi. They are jointly charged with four Ugandans including some of the organisers of the concert Kim Salim and Benjamin Kabuura, Phillip Kasakya an event security coordinator and Ivan Ddungu who owns the venue where the concert was held
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