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Uganda, DRC agree to boost security


The communiqué was signed last week following a two-day bilateral meeting held in Mbarara and attended by political, military, security and administrative leaders along the common borders

Pastoralists given 10 days to vacate


Mr Richard Amoko says the landlords in the area illegally offered grazing land to the herdsmen without approval from stakeholders

Kyambogo University short of 234 lecturers


Kyambogo University seeks to recruit an additional 234 lecturers so as to handle the soaring number of students

Anxiety, low turnout as Igara East goes to polls


Electorates in Igara East County in Bushenyi District have started casting their votes in a six-man race for the MP seat after court nullified the election of Andrew Martial

Shs390 million spent on organizing Igara East by-election


The Electoral Commission chairperson, Justice Simon Byabakama has said that by-elections are costing a lot of money saying the electoral commission has found it hard conducting by-elections time after time which lead to wastage of time and resources

Sebei leader’s wealth shocks Bamugemereire probe team


A senior official of Kapchorwa District, who earns Shs900,000 as his monthly salary, yesterday shocked the Commission of Inquiry into Land Matters when he revealed that his wealth is worth more than Shs2 billion

Kyambogo starts issuing certificates on graduation


Kyambogo University has started instant issuing transcripts to graduates during the three-day graduation ceremony which kicked off yesterday at the university grounds

Convict beats up Chief Magistrate in court


Ms Agwero was saved from the raging Kyaligonza by prison warders

Police summon FDC’s Salaamu Musumba


Ms Musumba was supposed to go to CIID headquarters in Kibuli.

Interpol investigate disappearance of 500kgs of gold


The case under investigation originates from a January 2017 incident in which a warehouse manager working for the Cooperative Miniere d’Ihusi in Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo was arrested and detained following the disappearance of gold worth billions

76 suspected criminals arrested in Kisoro Town


Some of the suspects were arrested in bars and gambling places

Four die, thirteen injured in two separate accidents along Masaka road


At least four people have been confirmed dead in two separate motor accidents along Kampala-Masaka-Mbarara highways

12 hospitalised after bus accident on Karuma- Pakwach Road


Mr Tootika said the bus driver said in a statement that the driver of the advancing driver was speeding as he tried to overtake another truck.

Majority of old and new MPs support age limit Bill


In the third and final part of the Daily Monitor poll, ninety-nine of the 248 MPs who are serving their first term in Parliament support the Bill seeking to lift the presidential age limit

600 farmers converge in Mpigi for training on how to change economy


They include district commercial officers, fisheries officers, production officers, agriculture officers, veterinary officers and other districts’ production staff

Museveni’s advisor on political affairs released on bail


Prosecution led by Ms Winnie Namayenje had asked court slap stringent bail terms on the suspect because he has ever failed to honour a police bond for over 10 months

New, old MPs split over age limit Bill


Ninety-nine or 40 per cent of the new lawmakers said they would vote “yes”, meaning they support the lifting of the age cap, while 47 or 19 per cent plan to vote against it.

Courts, prisons lose big in prosecutors’ strike


Government has been losing huge sums of money following nearly two months of strike by State prosecutors as courts across the country failed to collect compensations from convicts

Medical Council to probe deaths at Mengo camp


The umbrella organisation that regulates the practice of medicine and dentistry in the country was responding to the recent media reports that at least 13 of 28 patients operated on have since passed on

Woman accuses jailed police boss of kidnap


A woman has implicated the jailed Assistant Superintendent of Police, Mr Nixon Karuhanga Agasirwe, in kidnapping and torturing her

Uganda facing acute food insecurity, says new report


A new study commissioned by civil society has revealed that the country is facing biting hunger and malnutrition

DP launches Red Ribbon Week campaign


The Democratic Party has launched a new anti-age limit Bill campaign dubbed the “Red Ribbon Week”

Closure of Action Aid accounts leaves 3, 604 learners stranded


Mr Daniel Otiono, the Programmes Coordinator of Gogonyo Reflect Development Project, says they are finding a huge challenge to provide for the students because of the BOU action

60% Ugandans can’t get quality healthcare - report


The survey sought to determine citizens’ daily experiences when accessing social services

Museveni asks NRM flag bearer to denounce age limit position


President Museveni yesterday asked the NRM flag bearer in the Igara East by-election, Mr Andrew Martial to openly denounce his position on the controversial age limit Bill