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09:54
09:54

Mumbere Regrets 2016 Attack on Palace 2 3

Speaking to his subjects on Wednesday at Kilembe Golf Course in Kasese Municipality blamed the incidents on wrong elements who created baseless stories against him, sparking a conflict with the government.
08:40
08:40

Rwenzurur Kingdom Officials Struggling to Raise Resources for Omusinga's Home Coming 1

The homecoming organizing committee, along with the three pillars of the Kingdom, which include the Royal Family, Kingdom Veterans, and Chieftains, had initially set a budget of Shillings 9 billion for this event.
11:16
11:16

Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu Starts Fundraising Drive for Palace 2

The Kingdom Prime Minister Joseph Kule Muranga says the Kingdom has opened the fundraising drive as an effort to restore the kingdom palace.
12:28
12:28

New Rwenzururu Premier Roots for Improved Relations with Gov't 5 1

Muranga who is a retired politician and civil servant says that top on his agenda is to ensure government and the Obusinga have amicably resolved all the differences that have dilly-dallied for ages.
15:13
15:13

Kasese Still Grappling With Child Marriages Ministry of Gender 2

Sowed, Kitanywa, the Kasese District Senior Probation and Social Welfare Officer, says the district is grappling with high school dropout rates. He says most girls are persuaded to drop out of school by men into marriage.
15:28
15:28

Rwenzururu Officials Request For Release Of Omusinga 4 1

Gad Mbayahi, the chairman of the Prime Ministerial Committee made the call on Saturday at Social Services grounds in Kasese town during the tenth anniversary celebrations of Kasese Guide Radio where Otafiire was chief guest.
18:03
18:03

EU Calls For Independent Investigation Into Kasese Killings deluga 1 1

The European Union joins US Embassy in Kampala in demanding a probe into the the security forces action during the Obusinga Bwa Rwenzururu clashes in which Human Rights Watch says 187 people died.
07:56
07:56

IGG Wants Civil Servants Holding Cultural Offices to Resign 2

The Deputy Inspector General of Government Mariam Wangadya wants all civil servants who are ministers in cultural institutions to resign their positions. Wangadya said that being a civil servant and a minister is a conflict of interest and could paralyse district activities and affect service delivery.
16:05
16:05

Mumbere Granted Bail mumbere irema-ngoma Top story

Mumbere was ordered to sign a non-cash bond of 100 million Shillings. His sureties will also sign a non-cash bond of 100 million Shillings each.
13:23
13:23

UPDF Launches Offensive on Rwenzururu Palace kasese fighting 1 Top story

Our reporter Emmanuel Kajubu reports that the palace is now on fire. From a distance, he can see fire coming out of the palace and sounds of gunshots hovering over the Palace. Wheeled army trucks are also descending onto the palace with hundreds of armed personnel patrolling the neighborhoods.
09:55
09:55

UPDF, Police Besiege Rwenzururu Palace in Kasese updf operations

The security officers pitched camp outside the royal palace of Obusinga bwa Rwenzururu since last night. Several others are deployed at the royal hill behind the palace of Charles Wesley Mumbere, the cultural head of Obusinga bwa Rwenzururu.
13:52
13:52

Police Patrol Streets as Mumbere Guards Take Over Coronation Event 1 Top story

There is no police or military deployment at the venue of 50th coronation anniversary of Rwenzururu king Charles Wesley Mumbere. The police officers are instead seen on the streets of Kasese town patrolling the area. Rwenzori east regional police commander Deo Obura describes this as security surveillance.
07:39
07:39

Heavy Deployment Ahead of Rwenzururu Coronation Event kasese insecurity 1

There is heavy military deployment in Kasese district as Rwenzururu Kingdom prepares to mark the 50th anniversary of Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumberes coronation. Security minister, Lieutenant-General Henry Tumukunde on Tuesday met with Mumbere ahead of the celebrations today.
07:24
07:24

Tooro Kingdom Fails To Utilize Archives Centre moses akugizibwe 1

Moses Akugizibwe, the in-charge of the center says that at the inception of the center, they approached the kingdom authorities who committed to preserve historical information at the center.
09:42
09:42

Rwenzururu Kingdom Seeks Legal Redress over Rwenzori Attacks rwenzori killings

Kitsumbire says the cultural institution wants to clear its case in the bloody incidents in Kasese and Bundibugyo districts since 2014. The institution was blamed for masterminding the attacks on the security installations and recent incidents involving the kingdom royal guards.
16:04
16:04

Rwenzururu Anthem Sparks Fury in Bundibugyo

The anthem was chorused during the swearing in ceremony of Ronald Mutegeki, the chairman of Bundibugyo district held at Boma grounds in Bundibugyo town, Tuesday. Several Bakonzo elders also attended the ceremony. Mutegeki is a Mwamba born to a Mukonzo mother.
07:50
07:50

UPDF Team Withdrawn from Rwenzururu Kingdom Palace kasese attacks

The withdrawal follows weekend clashes in which four people including two UPDF officers, one motorcyclist and one royal guard were killed. Prior to the shooting, UPDF had five officers as part of the security team attached to Obusinga bwa Rwenzururu.
10:42
10:42

Rwenzururu King Wants Flying Squad Out of Kasese captain mike mukula

Omusinga Charles Wesley Mumbere says that up to five Rwenzururu royal guards have been killed since the unrest began, and that four others are detained in unknown places. He adds that the arrests are made by unidentified and non-uniformed personnel claiming to be security operatives.
07:26
07:26

Rwenzururu Kingdom Royal Guard Shot Dead in Kasese kasese tensions

Police says he was shot after attempting to grab a gun from security operatives that were hunting for a one Juma Miliki, a suspected member of a gang that killed a policeman during an attack on Kidodo Police Post last week. Mugoye died on his way to Kilembe hospital.
16:26
16:26

Rwenzururu Premier Sent on Leave Pending 'Rwenzori Attacks' Trial rwenzururu attacks

The changes were announced as part of a mini-cabinet reshuffle by Mumbere in a meeting at his palace at Buhikira, north of Kasese town this afternoon. He said that the Premier has been allowed to leave for a non-specified period of time to enable him concentrate on the trial before the General Court Martial.
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