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Thursday, January 5th, 2017

 

THE SLAVERY AT THE CHINESE SITE IN UGANDA

  By kiyimba Bruno kiyimba.bruno@gmail.com Chinese are well known for the good work that the do more especially in the field of construction. Many unemployed Ugandans out there wish to come and work for such companies. But you enter Chinese Railway Construction company, you begin to smell the blood of toture, injustice as well as echoes of who should save the innocent Ugandans. As I entered the Chinese gate at Kanyanya, I found a lady who gave me one name, olyvia. She says that she is a victim of forcedRead More


11 Crazy things Pastors ask their audience to do for “Miracles”

Desperation for miracles, healing and solutions to problems is gradually leading a lot of gullible people to doing some of the most ridiculous things. What is more surprising is, those who normally lead people into these downgrading acts mask themselves as “men of God.” Asking females to Strip off their  bras and pants in order for God to enter them. A pastor, described only as Rev. Njohi, asked his female congregants at the Lord’s Propeller Redemption Church in Dandora to come for Sunday’s service without any underwear “in order toRead More


URA Responds to Oil Money Handshake, “It wasn’t illegal”

Following Uganda’s victory over the UK- based oil company Heritage that saw a combined total of USD700m brought into Government of Uganda coffers; in appreciation of the exemplary performance of the Ugandan team – Government through the office of the Attorney General recommended that the multi-disciplinary and multi sectoral team of officials that had participated in a core, non-core and support staff capacity be commended and appreciated by a Presidential Handshake totaling UGX6bn. The entire team came from URA, Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Planning andRead More


AFRIMECH EXPANDS EXPERTISE TO THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN UGANDA

  By Kiyimba Bruno kiyimba.bruno@gmail.com Afrimech Uganda Limited a preferred importer and seller of high quality used medium and heavy construction machinery into East Africa, is now set to take its Ugandan Team to Europe to be equipped with extensive skills and knowledge of the recent launched Ammann Products and strengthen the partnership in Uganda. Ammann Group, a leading global supplier of mixing plants, machines and services to the construction industry, with core expertise in road building. Its headquarters located in Switzerland, Europe. shall be teaching the Ugandans on howRead More


China railway seventh company limited Workers workers and chinese company disagree, Police deployed

China railway seventh company limited Workers and Kampala capital city authority have disagreed with the  company over the resignation of the human resource whom the workers accuse of mistreatment. At least 400 Ugandan workers at the construction company went on strike Tuesday to protest alleged sexual harassment by managers and poor pay. The alleged mistreatment also includes long hours and supervisors beating workers who are delayed getting to their jobs, she said.   The mayor of Kampala Lukwango gave the company two days to address the grievances of workers orRead More


Three Reasons Why Man Utd should Sign Free-kick Maestro Çalhanoğlu

Manchester United, Chelsea, Everton, Tottenham and Arsenal scouts have all been scouting Calhanoglu, according to the Daily Mail. Calhanoglu has been quoated saying he is keen on playing Premier League football and was quoted by Lig Tv as saying that he would find it hard to turn down an offer from United: “Barcelona and Manchester United are huge clubs it would be different to turn them down but I have not said anything about any transfers or anything of the sort.” We look at three reasons why United should act fast in snapping up the youngRead More


Kampala High Court Rejects Lubaga South MP Paul Kato Lubwama’s appeal

Kampala High Court has rejected Lubaga South MP Paul Kato Lubwama’s appeal application against election petition. The High Court Kampala was making its pronouciation on the application filed by Rubaga South MP Paul Kato Lubwama seeking to appeal against its decision that allowed a voter to challenge his academic qualifications. Justice Margaret Oumo Oguli on December 19th allowed Rubaga South voter to file an election petition against Kato Lubwama challenging his academic qualifications. But Lubwama being dissatisfied with the decision filed an application asking the judge allow him appeal. JusticeRead More