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Wednesday, January 11th, 2017


Mumbere to appear in Court Thursday, Asks to meet President Museveni

The Rwenzururu King Charles Wesley Mumbere who is supposed to appear in court tomorrow Thursday has asked to have a similar meeting held on Sunday between him, President Yoweri Museveni and Rwenzururu. The jailed king says he believes a lot of the issues discussed during Sunday’s meeting at State House Entebbe were lies. According to reports, he sent his request through his kingdom spokesperson, Clarence Bwambale shortly after attending a court session in Jinja on Tuesday. He was responding to statements by some Rwenzururu veterans who confessed to president MuseveniRead More


  By Kiyimba Bruno The topic of the day to day these days is drought. Many people are experiencing heavy losses as others do not even have water to either drink or  feed their animals. On this point MTKs technical sales representative Andrew Sekannyo requested government to provide water points more especially to the people in rural areas. Mr. Sekannyo says that many people have lost their farms due to the heat yet the government that claims to love them has not done much to help. Crops like beans,Read More


  By Kiyimba Bruno Uganda cranes is set for the last International friendly before the kick off of the AFCON. The game that is slated to be at the New York University Stadium has attracted the cranes coach Micho to come up with the following starting line up Dennis Onyango (G.K), Dennis Iguma, Joseph Ochaya, Murushid Jjuuko, Timothy Awany, Tonny Mawejje, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Faruku Miya, Geofrey Kizito, William Luwagga Kizito, Michael Azira, Geofrey Massa Uganda is expected to kick off with Ghana in the opening match of theRead More

Afande Caught on Camera soliciting for a bribe

  By Kiyimba Bruno This afternoon a boda boda rider has been saved by an unknown driver from a policeman who wanted to take a bribe from him. This happened at Kampala road junction as the bodaboda man rode from industrial area in a quest to cross upwards UBC. The policeman who looked fierce first grabbed the keys of the motor cycle from which he started holding the boda riders shirts exchanging words. From the view where our reporter was, the boda rider tried to refuse to give outRead More

Uganda Launches World Animal Protection

  By Kiyimba Bruno At the launch of the world animal protection, Dr Victor Ayamus reminded Ugandans how important animal welfare is. He adds that animals too have their rights which most Africans have continuously turned down. “In wild life trade like poaching in Kenya which still has questions, there are many animals which have been denied their rights . Some animals get diseases but instead of treating them, many people instead just end up killing them. He adds that there are many loopholes in the Ugandans 1952 actRead More

Fairway Junction Traffic Control Lights Switched On, More City Roads to be upgraded

The dilemma most motorists and pedestrians face in Kampala is being addressed with seven new multiple lane roads. These state-of-the-art roads and junctions will be fitted traffic control lights, signs and walkways. A number of these are nearing completion around the City such as Kira – Kabira road and junctions, Bwaise Junction, Mambule road and Makerere Hill road. The construction of Bakuli – Nakulabye – Kasubi Road is in the pipe line. The road widening and construction are funded by the World Bank and the Government of Uganda under theRead More

MOH Gives Account on the Fires that Broke out on the Ministry Offices

Ministry of health have given an account on the fire that broke out on Sunday 8th at the Ministry offices   press-statement-on-fire-edit