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14:19
14:19

Police Names Suspects Arrested Over Stolen COVID-19 Vaccines 1 1 Top story

Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga identified the suspects arrested from First Pharmacy as Festo, Mushabe, Deograsius Nyanzi, Nelson Cheprone, Elvis Selemba, Viola Tayemba, Julius Sekasi and Julian Nakamya.
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Protest Against Concert Ban Over Covid-19 Also Banned Over Covid-19 3

Police spokesman Fred Enanga explained that although peaceful assemblies are allowed by the constitution, such assemblies cannot be allowed in this period of the pandemic.
20:29
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Kabuleta Out On Police Bond Joseph Kabuleta 1 Top story

The former New Vision Sports journalist and Pastor of Watchman Ministries regained his freedom from the Special Investigations Unit-SIU in Kireka on Tuesday evening.
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Tight Security 'Confidential' Documents Used to Wrap Snacks ngo 2 5 Top story

The sensitive security documents end up with snack vendors in Kamwokya suburbs who use them to wrap eats such as chips, samosas and mandazi for their customers.
07:41
07:41

Human Rights Commission Awards Ugx 500 Million to Victims uhrc report 2015

The highest awards were against Uganda Police, amounting to 219 million Shillings on grounds of 35 cases of rights violations. It was followed by the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF with 179 million Shillings and Rapid Response Unit/Violent Crime Crack Unit with 70 million Shillings.
12:36
12:36

Crime Preventers Misusing Govt Property – Parliament

Committee chairperson, Benny Namugwanya further notes that the crime preventers have also taken over police duties such as controlling and managing traffic, effecting arrests and manning police cells, which is a cause of human rights violation.
11:37
11:37

Junior Police Officers to Man Polling Stations

Jotham Taremwa, the Electoral Commission spokesperson, says it doesnt matter who the police gives them as a polling constable. We are not aware of who the polling constables are and what kind of contracts they have. Ours is to contact Police and ask them to provide us with polling Constables. We pay them for all the days worked, said Taremwa.
07:48
07:48

Human Rights Activists Raise Concern Over Aine\'s Disapperance nicholas opiyo 1 2

Maria Burnett, a Senior Africa Researcher at Human Rights Watch HRW says it is imperative for the Police to show its commitment to investigate the disappearance of Aine to prove that it is not holding him as alleged by the family.
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EC, Police Asks Candidates To Reign On Supporters haruna isabirye 3

The Electoral Commission and police asks presidential candidates to prevail on their supporters to avoid clashes.
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14:57

Police Sets Up Special Command Centre in Busoga anti-terrorism 4 1

Fred Enanga, the Police Spokesperson says the Special Operations Command Centre will be used to coordinate special investigations in Busoga region.
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Slain Prosecutor Joan Kagezi Declined Police Protection - Enanga joan kagezi dead 1 Top story

Police had felt that with the nature of her job, Kagezi needed protection, but she out rightly declined the advice on ground that her life was not under threat."
17:44
17:44

Parliament Parking Yard Gets Security System From Police Budget 2

Despite the fact that there was contention between Parliament and Finance Ministry over the funds to procure security gadgets for Parliament's new parking lot, the installation of the equipment is already underway. Uganda Radio Network (URN) has learnt that the procurement and machine installation has been footed by Uganda Police.
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Police Shields Crime Prevention Course for University Students makerere university 1

His assurance comes in the wake of renewed disapproval on the enrollment of university students at police training school Kabalye, Masindi for a two week crime prevention and skill enhancement course. Up to 1200 students started the training today
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07:28

Police Hunts For Suspected Terrorists fake number plates

It is suspected that the terrorists crossed into Uganda to target pilgrim during the martyrs’ day celebration at Namugongo on June 3 but changed their plan because of heightened security.
19:36
19:36

Police: We have Legal Mandate to Investigate Political Parties

In a statement, Fred Enanga the Police spokesperson says such statements pertaining to Police investigation of criminality in political parties are being made out of ignorance of the law, and of the standard operating procedures of the Police.
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