MP Abiriga murder:”what police have done so far as investigations hit dead end”

The murder of Col Ibrahim Abiriga, the former Arua Municipality Member of Parliament remains a mystery more than six months after the tragedy. Records at the Criminal Investigations Directorate indicate that the only information available about the murder are ballistic analysis report, the Scene Of Crime...

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Bobi Wine congratulates MUK graduand who wore people power beret instead of graduation cap

While fully aware of the uncertainty staring in the faces of those who graduate in Uganda today, we still have reason to celebrate those who manage to finish school. It is a great achievement, given the odds most young people must overcome to get to their day of graduation. Considering the millions of children...

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Bobi Wine, Roden Y and Others To Be Taken For Drugs Tests Before Any Concert

The government early this week issued new regulations for all musicians, artistes, actors, actresses, entertainers, events’ organizers, promoters, to be strictly adhered too before anyone releases any song, play, film, drama, dance or any other artistic work. The guidelines that were released by the Uganda...

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How Police Arrested Makerere ‘Strike Master’ On His Graduation Day

Drama ensued at Makerere University on Jan 16th during the 69th graduation ceremony as police attempted to arrest a former student activist. Five police officers, who declined to reveal their identities to journalists, dragged away Mr Simon Wanyera,who graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Education...

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Makerere University vice chancellor fires MUASA chairman Dr.Dues Muhwezi

Makerere University Vice Chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwe has suspended the Chairperson of Makerere University Academic Staff Association (Muasa), Dr Deus  Kamunyu. According to the January 17 suspension letter to Dr Kamunyu, Prof  Nawangwe says that despite various warnings, the Muasa boss has continued...

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Bobi Wine responds to new government regulations on musicians and entertainment industry

BOBI WINE Am right here in Kingston, Jamaica- the home of creative music. A lot of revolutionary music playing everywhere. From generation to generation, the consciousness of this nation has been awakened by music in all its forms. Nothing has marketed this country to the world more than its music...

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Police bans National Juma Prayers at Kololo as Muslim Council Disagrees with organizers

Police has banned prayers organized by the parliamentary Imam for not seeking permission from the Uganda Muslim council, the governing body for Muslim faith.   CP Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson said in a statement this morning, that the National Jumaa special prayers that were to be held...

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Mubarak Munyagwa finally speaks out on fake U.C.E Results circulating on social media

Kawempe South Member of Parliament has finally succumbed to the social media pressure where mysterious senior Four results emerged indicating his alleged terrible performance. The showdown forced the newly appointed COCASE Chairperson to search all his belongings and find his original results to prove...

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Exclusive:”Hon. Mugenyi begs for forgiveness in court for lying to judge”

There was drama in Mbarara high court on Wednesday when Hon. Virgnia Mugyenyi revealed to court that she didn’t vote during the Sheema municipality By-elections. The court is hearing a petition filed by Virginia Mugyenyi against minister for science and technology Hon Dr. Elioda Tumwesigye, who trounced...

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“The Terrorist gave me a lift to church before attacking hotel,” Kenyan Girl narrates

A Kenyan girl whose identity has remained anonymous has narrated to colleagues how she was driven from near her home to church by one the terrorists with whom they shared a rental estate. After several hours of engaging with the terrorists,Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday morning announced...

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