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Shared History: Why Tooro Kingdom must be Involved in efforts to bring peace in Kasese

The Rwenzururu Kingdom, located in the Rwenzori Mountain Region of the South Western part of Uganda spans into the Democratic Republic of Congo among the Bakonzo / Banande, Bamba and Basumba people who dwell in the mountain region. A Banya Rwenzururu (The people of Rwenzururu) The term Banyarwenzururu refers to …

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Reasons why Kasese is burning and no one seems to have answers

By Jackie Twiine I am, not an expert on security but as a Citizen from Rwenzori region and having previously attended meetings with leaders from political and cultural leadership in Rwenzori region mostly organised by Rwenzori Forum for Peace and Justice (RFPJ)  and International alert I believe I have the …

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Kenneth Akena Murder: Why Uganda Police should release Mathew Kanyamunyu

Uganda Police Force should probably release Mr. Mathew Kanyamunyu. He is the suspect in a fatal shooting last weekend of a social worker at Lugogo Mall in Kampala. The case has got the blood of many boiling. By Angelo Izama The victim was a well-liked community organiser from the North …

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Did Eddy Kenzo cheat on Rema Namakula, And is he about to be rewarded with Twins? 

There is always a second part to a story,  and when a video vixen called Evelyn came out and claimed she was pregnant with Eddy Kenzo’s kid, an army of fans descended on her and called her a social climber trying to spoil the marriage of a sweet young couple. Singers …

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Inside a Dying Man’s confession that pins Mathew Kanyamunyu on Kenneth Akena’s Murder

According to Julius Galisonga a Kampala Lawyer,  a “dying declaration” a statement made by a person who’s death is eminent. is an exception to the hearsay rule. Despite his continuous claims that he was just a good samaritan who took a dying man to the hospital,this dying declaration is what …

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Are well meaning fiscal reforms hurting Uganda’s Economy?

The recent takeover of Crane Bank Ltd- by Bank of Uganda (BoU) continues to generate buzz on mainstream media, social media and other various social and community platforms. One particular thread cutting through this buzz is that the economy is hurting and Crane Bank is only a symptom. Those who …

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Crane Bank Stumble: Is it a symptom of an economic epidemic?

By Norbert Mao Finally it has happened. The Bank of Uganda has taken over management of Crane Bank, hitherto the third strongest bank in Uganda. The terse central bank statement says operations at the bank will continue normally. But this has not stemmed customer panic. Economic management is based on …

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Here is what the new manager at Crane bank will be doing

On the 20th of October 2016 , Bank of Uganda suspended the Board of Directors of Crane Bank Uganda limited and took over management of the bank. On the same day Bank of Uganda appointed a statutory manager of the bank. But what exactly does the statutory manager do; Section …

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