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15:20
15:20

Kooki Chiefdom Finally Acquires Own Radio Station 1 4

Godfrey Kimbugwe, the Deputy Prime Minister Kooki Chiefdom, says the radio station is a key project they have been longing for to support their social transformation agenda among their subjects.
13:36
13:36

Kooki Fails to Secure Frequency for Planned Radio Station kooki chiefdom 1 2

The Chiefdom envisaged a plan to promote its cultural values and beliefs through the radio platform which was unveiled four years ago. The platform was also anticipated to feed into the much anticipated revival of the Lukooki dialect which is on the verge of extinction. Majority of Kooki subjects speak Luganda, Runyakitara and Kinyarwanda.
15:39
15:39

Rakai Journalist Protest Illegal Detention of Their Colleague 1

Kimbowa was picked up on Monday by Denis Mbaine, the Officer in Charge of the Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Department at Mutukula police station or allegedly photographing residents who had implicated police officers for the rampant cattle theft in the district.
17:31
17:31

Kalisizo Prison Warders Freed as Journalists Lose Interest in Assault Case prison break 2 Top story

A file of dismissal URN reporter has seen says Matovu dismissed it after prosecution failed to produce the journalists and their witnesses for five hearings. Matovu therefore dismissed it for failed prosecution indicating that the aggrieved parties lost interest in pursuing the matter.
15:56
15:56

Another Year Ending as Kooki's Wait for FM Radio Station Continues early marriages 2 3

Hajj Ahmed Kiwanuka, the Kooki Prime Minister says it is highly unlikely the Radio station would start this year.
17:43
17:43

Journalists Threatened for Covering Lwakataka Case press freedom

Taban Chiriga,the District CID, confirmes that he has received four cases of threats to journalists lives for covering the Lwakataka case. Chiriga says that police is investigating the cases.
13:09
13:09

Rakai Magistrate Withdraws from Journalist's Assault Case

Last week, Human Rights Network for Journalists-HRNJ petitioned Mary Ikit, the Masaka Chief Magistrate accusing Awidi of mishandling the case.
17:09
17:09

Rakai Magistrate on the Spot for Alleged Mismanagement Of Case 2 1

He also claims that magistrate is always seen having lunch with the accused in addition to staying close to them.
18:32
18:32

Prison Officers Face Dismissal for Discreditable Conduct 2

A medical report issued by Dr. Grace Kyasimire of Kisa Medical Centre shows that Lutabi sustained bodily injuries.
15:37
15:37

UHRC Commission Investigate Prison Warders for Torture 1

The trio is accused of assaulting Pascal Lutabi, a reporter with WBS Television and John Bosco Mulyowa, a journalist with the Vision Group.
15:09
15:09

Warders Face Suit for Assaulting Journalists media attacks 2

He says that they are also hunting for witnesses to pin the suspects before they file their case before Masaka High court.
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