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07:21
07:21

Pastor Yiga Out On Police Bond evans ochieng 1 Top story

On Saturday, Pastor Yigas followers stormed Kawempe Police Station demanding his unconditional release, saying the charges against him are framed.
07:34
07:34

Security Agencies Deny Arresting Dr Kalule terrorism 1 1 Top story

Plain-clothed armed men reportedly picked up Dr Kalule from his Clinic at Aldina Mosque in Old Kampala on Saturday afternoon, according to his lawyer, Evans Ochieng.
17:05
17:05

Court Okays Awadh's Deportation to Kenya immigration 1 1 Top story

Through his lawyer, Evans Ochieng, Awadh objected to the deportation orders, saying he is Ugandan. He argued that he is a biological son to the late Omar Awadh, an Arab of Kenyan origin and Fatuma Said Abdallah, a munyankore by tribe and Ugandan by nationality.
07:41
07:41

State Opposes Awadh's Application Challenging Deportation Orders people 1 Top story

Fatuma says they have now fully settled in Uganda and currently reside at Kajjansi in Wakiso District where her late husband and sons built a home.
18:22
18:22

Rwakafuuzi Criticises Gov't On Unreasonable Charges police 4

He was speaking to URN on the decision by the Directorate of Public Prosecution-DPP to drop charges against five former suspects of the 2010 Kampala Twin Bombings. They are Dr. Ismael Kalule, the former Imam of Ntinda Mosque, Abubakar Batemyeto, Awadhi Omar Awadhi, Yahaya Mbuthia Suleiman and Muhammad Hamid Suleiman.
13:19
13:19

DPP Withdraws Charges Against Re-Arrested Terror Suspects village 1 Top story

Anguzo informed Court that he had received orders from the Internal Affairs Minister for the deportation of Awadh Omar Awadh, Muhammad Hamid Suleiman and Yahaya Suleiman to Kenya.
19:02
19:02

Five 2010 Bombing Suspects Charged with Terrorism lino anguzu 1

The five were immediately rearrested and have since remained in detention. Today, they were charged afresh with terrorism and conspiracy to commit terror acts. They appeared before Justice Margaret Oumo Oguli.
13:17
13:17

Entebbe Murders: Prosecution Lines up Five Witnesses resident 1 1 Top story

This morning, Babirye told court that they had received five witnesses to pin the suspects. The suspects lawyer, Evans Ochieng pleaded with court not to allow prosecution to bring the five witnesses.
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