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Feb 2022 42 results
23:58
23:58

MPs Demand List of Tortured Convicts in Detention Facilities human rights abuses 1

The committee commenced investigations on alleged incidents of human rights abuses meted against inmates and other citizens by security personnel. It follows a directive by the Deputy Speaker Anita Annet Among on 08 February 2022,
23:53
23:53

URA Denies Shooting at Boda-Boda Rider in Oraba-Koboko Incident

As the suspected smuggler tried to escape from the operation, he lost control of his motorcycle and fell into a drainage trench, contrary to allegations that he was short at, according to a statement but URA Commissioner General, John Musinguzi Rujoki
20:15
20:15

Rain Leaves Kampala in Heavy Traffic Jam 1

The rain which started at about 3 pm and ended at about 6 pm left many travelers in the city stranded while motorists had to brave up to hours of delay due to heavy traffic gridlock.
19:09
19:09

MPs to Visit Detention Facilities 1 2

Fox Odoi says that his committee would be visiting all detention facilities to interact with the inmates on whether or not they have experienced any sort of torture from the prisons authorities or other security forces outside the prisons.
18:55
18:55

CSOs Want Pregnant Learners to Stay in School Beyond Three Months 4

The CSOs argue that the period of one year and two months when the girl is out of school is too long and could retard their education growth. Now the Civil Society is saying that this period of one year and two months when the girl child is out of school is too long and their argument is that this long period can easily make the learner completely divert away from education.
18:19
18:19

Electoral Commission Released Money to FDC-Ekanya

Godfrey Ekanya, the party treasurer says the FDC received funding that it has utilized to run some party activities.
17:54
17:54

Police in Entebbe Recover Man's Body in Banana Plantation 1 1

Hajji Njuki Mbabali, the Deputy Resident District Commissioner for Entebbe, says security officers are investigating how Muwonge left his home and his body was found dumped in the banana plantation in Kasenyi, almost one kilometer from his home.
17:49
17:49

UBC Journalist First State Witness in Ssegirinya’s Case as Trial Starts Asuman Basalirwa 2 1 Top story

Nayiga told the Court that the Managing Director of UBC Radio tasked her to translate and transcribe videos of Ssegirinya inciting violence delivered by the Criminal Investigations Directorate of the Uganda Police Force.
17:36
17:36

Cattle Rustlers Disrupt Remedial Lessons in Agago District 3

Charles Odoch, the headteacher of Kabala Primary School in Parabongo Sub-County says in the first two weeks of school reopening the learners could report to school as early as 6:30 am. However, when the Karamojong started carrying out more raids and attacks on locals, the learners said they were afraid to report early.
17:22
17:22

Sembabule Muslim Land: Parties Agree on Out of Court Settlement 3 1

Faridah Nkizimaana, who represented Sheikh Mubaje and the other defendants told the Registrar that she has instructions to seek an amicable settlement of the matter outside court.
16:59
16:59

UPDF Truck Knocks Two Dead in Kamuli accident 3 1

Eyewitnesses say that Mulumba who was riding from the side of Kamuli on his Bajaj motorcycle number UFB 656J attempted to overtake a sugarcane truck in a congested area characterized with double parking and bumped into the UPDF truck registration number H4DF 1248 that was coming from the opposite direction.
16:55
16:55

Censure Motion Against Muhwezi Collapses torture 1 4

Addressing journalists at Parliament on Thursday, the Leader of Opposition Mathias Mpuuga confirmed that 88 MPs signed the motion
16:40
16:40

Museveni in Kinshasa for Regional Security Summit 3

At Kinshasa International Airport, the President was accompanied by the former Prime Minister and head of the African Global Security Foundation, a continental security Think-Tank Amama Mbabazi,
16:37
16:37

MPs Question Human Rights Commission Officials on Torture 1 2

The most recent torture case in the country is that of novelist Kakwenza Rukirabashaija who was allegedly tortured by security operatives upon arrest.
16:27
16:27

Deputy Speaker Must Control Parliament in Oulanyah’s Absence agago north county 4 1

Prof Morris Ogenga Latigo, the former Leader of Opposition observes that if Oulanyah is certainly going to recover and does not resign, Parliament will ‘limp’ with only the Deputy Speaker presiding and in leadership.
15:37
15:37

Rotary Looking for 100 Children to Benefit from Free Heart Surgery

James Serugo, a member of Rotary who is in charge of the campaign, says that it is aimed at changing the lives of children who could no longer be treated at the Uganda Heart Institute.
15:14
15:14

Gov’t Starts Installing Intelligent Transport Monitoring Trackers national security 1 2

Maj Gen (Rtd) Jim Muhwezi, the Minister of Security reveals that the Project Management Team – PMT has commenced a 46-day pilot exercise to install the digital trackers on 30 Government vehicles motorcycles and public service buses plying upcountry routes.
15:04
15:04

Rotarians Donate Telemetry Machine to Jinja Hospital patient 2 1

Angela Namala, the Hospital’s Acting Director, says that a number of their patients are often referred to Mulago National Referral Hospital to conclusively screen out mild cardiovascular complications.
14:52
14:52

Councilor Reportedly On The Run For Embezzling UGX 30million from Emyooga

James Cherop, one of the Sacco members, says that without consulting the members, the councillor withdrew the money from their Centenary bank account in Kapchorwa and used it to solve his personal problems.
14:49
14:49

Kyambogo Lecturers Accuse VC Katunguka of Irregular Appointments 3

The academic staff has accused the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Elly Katunguka Rwakishya of irregularly appointing heads of departments and deans of faculties and schools.
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