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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

Mbale gets suspended foot bridge  


The bridge, which is a pilot project, was constructed by Bridges to Prosperity; a US-based non-governmental organisation, in partnership with the government

NRM sets up committee on seven-year-term proposal for elected leaders


 According to Ms Nankabirwa, a committee of lawyers in the party was set up to discuss the legalities and technicalities about the proposal of the seven-year term before a harmonised position is reached

Medical Council to probe deaths at Mengo Hospital 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.

Food shortage looms in north after poor harvest


Agriculture experts say more than 50 per cent of food in the region is lost after harvest.

West Nile dealers hurt after charcoal ban, prices rise


A report by the Environmental Police Protection Unit states that most forest reserves in the sub-region are depleted due to the commercialisation of charcoal and illegal exportation of timber.

Gulu gears up for cultural festival


The organisers expect the event to promote the Acholi culture to the rest of the world.

FDC pulls out of Ruhaama race


According to the district Electoral Commission officer, Mr Robert Beine, they were expecting three other candidates who picked nomination forms but none has turned up

Courts clear 120 cases under plea bargain system


Principal Judge Yorokamu Bamwine said the Judiciary’s new dispute resolution mechanism ensured justice prevails despite the trying time of industrial action

Donor cuts funding for nodding syndrome centre


The district health officer, Mr Ben Ongom, says although the government recently gave some food donations, high operational costs of the facility are a challenge.

Denmark gives Shs48b to districts hosting refugees


The government of Denmark has signed a five-year agreement with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Uganda for $13.27m (about Shs48b) towards improving women and young people’s health

AG wants UNRA, Dott Services out of court


The row between the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA) and Dott Services Ltd has turned into a game of sorts, with Attorney General (AG) William Byaruhanga now advising that the two enter into a consent judgment and the civil engineering company be re-awarded the Nakalama-Tirinyi-Mbale road construction tender

Army officers accused of grabbing land in Kween


Three senior officers of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) have been accused of unlawfully evicting and acquiring 1,000 acres of land belonging to the Babukusu community in Kween District

Infighting will kill NRM - Otafiire


Gen Otafiire said even though disagreements are healthy among people who live or work together, it is important that the people involved in the misunderstandings try to resolve their differences peacefully without causing any threat to the party

MPs voting pattern by region, gender


Poll shows that the western region had 52 MPs out of the 99 in support of the Bill followed by the North, with 45 legislators.

Media rights groups warn government over detention of Red Pepper journalists


The groups’ pronouncements at a joint media briefing in Kampala come two weeks after five Pepper Publications directors and three editors were detained

LCI Chairman detained over murder


According to Mr Mubi, the duo is suspected to have murdered Bwanika Mugoya, 43

Mao, six others detained over age limit protest


Mao and other opposition supporters are being detained at Kampala Central Police Station

MP Ssewanyana kicked out of House over ‘improper dressing‘


Mr Ssewanyana turned up in the House dressed in overalls saying he can't risk his suit again

Age limit: Opposition MPs to put up strong resistance as House sits


It was highly anticipated that the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Committee chaired by the West Budama South MP, Jacob Oboth-Oboth will table its report on the contentious constitutional amendment bill 2017 today