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Emilian Kayima (Chief Political Commissar Kampala Metropolitan Police): The crowds at Makindye court probably wanted to see what was happening at court. Police was there to ensure security for all. What we saw was a little bit of too much excitement Our officers looked on. They took appropriate action given...
Makerere University student head count commences today as recommended by the MAK Visitation Committee
Tamale Mirundi: Once Kale Kayihura's contract is renewed, you won't see 'notices' threatening people again. Mafia is in Mengo, in church and everywhere. Once they attack you, you can't do anything. "
Update Security Situation in Kasese
HUAWEI partners with LEICA to create more sophistication in phones
NBS TV is the entertainment command center, throw away everything and pay attention to this because it's already a bang.
There have been rumors that Mulago National Referral Hospital is amputating bodaboda accident victims, as a punishment for their indiscipline on the road. But this is not true according to Mulago hospital, except in situations where the leg or arm is beyond repair.
Bwaise Road Construction Works Complete
Ibrahim Bbosa: For immediate effect, the sale of new sim-cards has been put on hold, if the system is in place today, we shall begin the sale of airtime today, if it’s done in a month, then we shall be patient and wait for the system.
Bobi Wine Visits his Battered Supporters in Hospital.
Vodafone Embarks on Empowering the Youth
Of late, the Uganda Peoples defense Forces had restored sanity on major Uganda’s waters, foiling illegal fishing activities. But some fishermen say the officers are violently harassing them, allegations that the army spokesperson Richard Karemire says the army is investigating.
Several young men who failed to find placement in the job market after dropping out of school, opted for car repair jobs, starting as spanner boys but later turn out to be professionals having a life time career.
Many Ugandans do not know about mental illness – they only know madness. They use the word to describe someone who is possibly running wild, throwing stones, attacking people, or engaging in some bizarre and scary activity. But the number of people with mental problems in Masaka has increased....
Why road carnage on Masaka road?