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07:22
07:22

Besigye’s Scores Show Home Boy Amuriat Has Chances to Win Teso Teso Sub Region 1 8 Top story

Paul Omer, the Interim Soroti City Mayor and head of Amuriat’s campaign in Teso and Karamoja says that their candidate has very higher chances in the region. He explains that Amuriat has proposed better strategies to improve education and agricultural sectors in the country.
22:04
22:04

Opposition Parties Accuse NRM of Stage-Managing Defections in Acholi 3 1

In December, at least 500 NUP supporters in Gulu and Nwoya District including their leaders allegedly crossed to NRM. This week, the NRM party officials again announced the defection of 400 supporters from the opposition FDC to NRM from across Gulu East and West Divisions. Also, 780 NUP coordinators reportedly abandoned their party in Agago District.
14:26
14:26

Amuriat Refuses to Record Statement, to Appear in Mbarara Court 2 2

Samson Kasasira, the Rwizi regional police spokesperson said that police summoned Amuriat to record a statement but he refused to comply with the summons, which is the reason he was arrested.
12:11
12:11

Candidate Amuriat Arrested 1 2 Top story

Amuriat who was arrested in Bushenyi for immediate transportation to Mbarara where the offence was allegedly committed, has asked his fellow presidential candidates not to call off their campaigns just because he has been arrested. He is now in the hands of DPC John Rutagira who was knocked down by the boda boda that spirited Amuriat away on Wednesday.
20:04
20:04

I'll Protect Banyankole and Their Property -Amuriat 1 1

“I love the people of Ankole, I have good friends from Ankole, I have cousins living in Kazo, they are my first cousins and I will never do harm to anybody, especially the people of Ankole.”
17:58
17:58

Police Allows Amuriat to Hold Procession in Sheema 2 2 Top story

After several minutes of negotiations between police and Amuriat’s Chief mobiliser, Roland Mugume Kaginda, he was allowed to proceed to Sheema Municipal Main Stadium on foot through Kabwohe town council with his supporters.
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