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11:22
11:22

Bernard Oundo Elected Uganda Law Society President 3

His closest challenger Diana Ninsiima Kibuuka had 723 votes, followed by Diana Angwech with 151 votes, Chemisto Suaib who had 133 votes, Olivia Kyarimpa with 52 votes and Mukuve Mugaga with 15 votes.
14:03
14:03

UNRA Asks Court to Dismiss Suit Over Absence of Streetlights on Entebbe Expressway 6

UNRA says the Entebbe expressway project and the Northern Bypass "are some of the newly completed roads in the country and were designed and implemented in accordance with acceptable standards for Roads and Bridges and in compliance with the national policies, laws, regulations and industry practice."
15:18
15:18

Mabirizi Demands Clarification on Entebbe Chief Magistrate's Relationship with Mao 2 1

He claims that in 2020, Amabilis participated in securing bail for lawyer Nicholas Opiyo in the Anti-Corruption Court where he was charged with among others money laundering. "Bail was granted to Opiyo...Opiyo is a brother to Mao and unless otherwise clarified, you are a relative to Mao," Mabirizi said.
11:27
11:27

Court Orders Prisons to Produce Mabirizi to Prosecute Mao 2

This stems from Mabirizi's application before the court to prosecute Mao on charges of being a common nuisance, disobedience of statutory duty and conspiracy to defraud.
08:20
08:20

Court Upholds Bamwesigye's Appointment As UCAA Head 8

Osudo wanted the court to make eleven declarations including that Bamwesigye was ineligible for an appointment and that the said shortlisting and a subsequent appointment was illegal, irregular, null, and void. In his affidavit, Osudo faulted the minister and the board for ignoring the "glaring inconsistencies and contradictions" in Bamwesigye's academic documents.
14:58
14:58

Man Jailed 15 Years For Aggravated Defilement 4

Simon Nkayivu was sentenced on Thursday by Justice Anthony Oyuko Ojok during the High Court Criminal session at Entebbe Chief Magistrate's Court.
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."
15:37
15:37

Lawyer Aboneka Sues Govt Over Lack of Street Lights Along Entebbe Expressway 5

He now wants court to declare that the ministry and UNRA "are in breach of their statutory duty and obligation by omitting to install streetlights on the Northern Bypass, Kampala-Entebbe Expressway and all other national roads and highways". He wants court to also order government to install the streetlights along the expressway, highways and national roads across the country within two years. Aboneka is also claiming for shillings 100 million in general damages "as compensation for the grave inconveniences and dangers exposed to the Plaintiff by the Defendants' failure to provide streetlights on the above roads."
10:21
10:21

Man Jailed 2 Years for Attempting to Defile 5-year-Old Girl 1

Muhangi met the victim at her father's bar in Kajjansi town council in March and lured her to a nearby coffee garden where he attempted to have sexual intercourse with her.
11:35
11:35

Man Fined UGX2m For Attempting to Traffick Workers 1

Sharif Mbabali, a resident of Kanawa, Wakiso district, was arrested last month after eleven girls were intercepted at Entebbe International Airport.
12:21
12:21

Dispute Between Uganda Airlines, Former CEO Referred to Industrial Court 5

Muhumuza however, says that a substantial question of the law or fact arose in the proceedings, which his office can’t resolve. Muhumuza notes that Muleya worked as CEO of Uganda Airlines and was sent on forced leave by the Chairperson Board of Directors on allegations of several mismanagement issues.
10:14
10:14

Mabirizi to Petition High Court over Ruparelia - Lake Victoria Abuse Case Rajiv Ruparelia 4 4

Mabirizi said he initiated private prosecution proceedings against Rajiv Ruparelia as a responsible citizen precisely because the National Environment Management Authority-NEMA and police would most likely not arrest or charge him for dumping soil in the lake.
19:33
19:33

Fisheries Protection Unit Destroys Illegal Fishing Gear Worth UGX 447 Million 3 5

Entebbe Grade One Magistrate Naomi Sikoya presided over the exercise. She ordered for the the destruction of the illegal fishing gears that weighed over 12,000 kilograms.
11:03
11:03

Court Summons Rajiv Ruparelia over Abuse of Lake Victoria 1

Court has now summoned Ruperalia to appear in court on April 13 over the blatant abuse of Lake Victoria which he is being accused of perpetrating. This is after he failed to appear on the three occasions when the case was brought up in court.
11:29
11:29

Woman Fined UGX 30 Million for Illegal Possession, Trafficking of Heroin 1

"In this case, the convict risked her health by stuffing over 90 pellets in her private parts. We are not sure if her system is still the same as before." Kitimbo added, "We pray that the law takes this as peculiar. Although she has saved the court's time, we pray for a deterrent sentence and the destruction of the drugs."
11:34
11:34

Lawyers, Gov't Agencies Disagree on Proposals to Amend Human Rights Enforcement Act 6 3

This law which was enacted in 2019, provided for the procedure of enforcing rights under Chapter four of the Constitution as well as the enforcement of rights and freedoms by courts of law. But even in its infancy, Judicial officers want the law amended on grounds that it has several contradicting provisions.
15:03
15:03

Court Upholds Dismissal of Civil Aviation Official 1

According to the complaint, the prescribed mask was N95 whose open market price was 150,000 shillings for each box yet Siiku purchased each box at 260,000 Shillings.
12:00
12:00

Sierra Leone National Fined UGX 30M For Illegal Possession, Trafficking Narcotics Narcotic drugs 3 5

Sesay Abdul Karim appeared the Entebbe Chief Magistrate, Juliet Nakitende on Monday who fined him Shillings 10 million for unlawful possession of heroin and Shillings 20 million for trafficking heroin via Entebbe International Airport or serve 30 years in jail on his own guilty plea.
17:45
17:45

Woman Remanded Over Alleged Aggravated Trafficking 3 2

Akello, the Director of Shalom Akena orphanage was arrested on February 15 after police officers rescued 19 children from the home.
12:29
12:29

Entebbe Chief Magistrate Refuses to Cancel Bujjingo's Bail 8 1

But Mabirizi says he will not give up and will pursue the issue at the High Court.
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