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Ragga dee confirms his appointment as Uganda’s Ambassador to Burundi

Former Kampala lord Mayor Aspirant Dan Kazibwe aka Ragga Dee has confirmed his appointment as Uganda’s ambassador to crisis hit Burundi. Kazibwe will be replacing NRM vice chairman for western region Major General Matayo Kyaligonza. Speaking on Galaxy Fm, Kazibwe said he was headed to statehouse to get his confirmation …

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General Otafire Warns General Kayihura on Hooliganism

The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Maj. Gen Kahinda Otafiire has finally broken silence over the Wednesday incident when pro-Kayihura rioters stormed Makindye Chief Magistrate’s Court to show solidarity with the IGP. Nobody has a right to stop courts from doing their work.If all of us are to take our …

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Mbarara Protesters say President Museveni and Gen. Tumukunde framing Kayihura

At least eight people are still in custody at Mbarara Central Police Station after they participated in an anti-Museveni demonstration in Mbarara town yesterday. Demonstrators carrying placards had started moving around Mbarara town demanding for the resignation of President Yoweri Museveni and the arrest of the Security minister Henry Tumukunde …

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General Kayihura defies court summons, DPP wants the case 

Police chief General Kale Kayihura who was today expected to appear before the magistrates court in Makindye, decided to stay away and defy court summons. Kayihura and his officers are accused of commanding the torture of Col Dr Kiiza Besigye’s supporters. However a group of FDC youth claimed yesterday that …

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5 Reasons why Bobi Wine has no business becoming a Member of Parliament

Singer Bobi wine is obviously angling for the Kyadondo East MP seat, the hobnobbing with Opposition politicians is pretty obvious especially his continued courting of opposition chief Col Kiiza Besigye, who he has visited in jail, at home and whose court sessions he has attended. However, we think this would …

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Museveni says Amama Mbabazi is a good leader, does he want him back?

Ever since their bitter separation in 2014, President Yoweri Museveni and his closest ally John Patrick Amama Mbabazi have publically been giving each other  the silent treatment. However,president Museveni shocked his allies when illustrating the qualities of a good leader, he pointed out his former Ally Amama Mbabazi as a good …

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Isn’t Uganda police better off under Kayihura as police chief than before?

People might forget and fight General Kale Kayihura, but like Jose  Chameleone sung that Basiima Ogenze tune, few IGPs have worked tirelessly for the force than Kayihura. Anyone that says Kayihura is giving the force a bad name, should be knowing little about running institutions especially the police he inherited …

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Besigye asks Museveni for peace talks to stop Possible violence

Former presidential candidate Dr. Kizza Besigye has asked President Yoweri Museveni to open talks with the political opposition in order to avert possible turbulence in Uganda. Dr. Besigye says that President Museveni now feels so insecure because he does not have the people’s mandate to hold power. The insecurity, Besigye …

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Police Lawyers to defend General Kale Kayihura in torture case

The Uganda Police Force has taken over the defense of its Inspector General Kale Kayihura who faces criminal charges of torture as an individual. Makindye Chief Magistrates Court last week summoned General Kayihura and seven other senior police commanders to appear in court to answer charges of torture and inhuman …

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President Museveni defends Police officers, says they were right to Beat Besigye Supporters

President Museveni has defended officers accused of the brutal caning of Dr Kizza Besigye supporters, says “It’s wrong to charge these officers in court if they were handling an illegal and violent demonstration. I’m yet to talk to the IGP to ascertain If the demonstration was illegal but not violent” …

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