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Jun 2022 7 results
17:05
17:05

Jailed MPs Lose Bid Challenging Re-Arrest Allan Ssewanyana 1 1

Sewanyana and Ssegirinya, were first arrested on September 7th, 2021 alongside seven others in connection to the machete killings in greater Masaka districts .
17:01
17:01

Court to Decide on Mabirizi's Application for Temporary Freedom on Notice MTN IPO 1

Mabirizi wants to be released pending the determination of his intended appeal against the decision to convict and sentence him to 18 months in jail for contempt of Court.
15:18
15:18

FUFA Drum Returns After Two-Year Sabbatical 1 4 Top story

Rogers Byamukama, the competition’s organizer, said that although FUFA managed to organize other competitions behind closed doors, they could not do the same for FUFA Drum.
11:37
11:37

Two Pastors Remanded for Noise Pollution 2

NEMA's senior public relations officer, Tony Acidria, explains that the suspects were arrested for being notorious noise polluters. "They are repeat offenders because the noise levels when measured were above the permissible level of 60 decibels during the day and 40 decibels in the night for places of worship in residential areas."
11:21
11:21

Court of Appeal Denies Bail to MPs Ssegirinya , Ssewanyana 1 2

The lawyers representing the MPs Samuel Muyizzi and Shamim Malende said that the ruling sets a bad precedent and that they will be petitioning the Constitutional Court.
10:16
10:16

Sub County Chief Survives Lynching Over Road Money 1

Accompanied by the sub-county LC 3 chairperson, Denis Chemusto, the protesters locked the Chief's office and warned him not to dare return without refunding the money.
08:38
08:38

Limited Evidence Affecting Justice For Torture Victims 6 1

Hussein Nasulu Ntalo, the Deputy Registrar of the Gulu High Court Circuit says most torture cases referred to court are dismissed because there is no strong evidence documented.
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