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Following the shooting of Gulu acting DPC Joseph Ayiki on Wednesday, circumstances of his shooting and how he Taks Art center in civilian clothes without an escort, remain unclear. Exposs security Company, the Company whose guard shot the DPC, says they are waiting for Police investigations before they can...
On the 28th of September 2016, Alfred Olango a Ugandan refugee was gunned down by the police in Elcajon in San Diego California. In what was described as murder in cold blood by the family members, his sister Lucy Olango watched as his brother was shot four times by...
Nurses under their umbrella body the Uganda nurses and midwives union have condemned government for using RDCs and other state apparatus to coarse them into abandoning their pending industrial action. This follows a Tuesday 5th December ultimatum to government for salary enhancement. They say that despite the intimidation, they...
From earth to the earth and from dust to the dust...hundreds of kilo metres away from the capital where his life was brutally brought to an abrupt end by gun shots, Kenneth Watmon Akena was laid to rest at his father’s compound in Gangdyang village, Kitgum Municipality. As the casket...
The former Member of Parliament for Buikwe South, Dr Lulume Bayiga has been transferred to Uganda-Iran medical centre in Naguru. Bayiga was brought to the health facility Sunday evening by police, after he demanded that he be handled by professional doctors. DP president, Nobert Mao says police should handle...
An in depth report into the undercurrents in Uganda's oil sector
While it is true that women are mostly affected by gender-based violence, there is a need to appreciate that men can also be abused, emotionally, sexually and physically. Just because they don’t talk much about it doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen. Arans Tabaruka filed this report;
Government spends an estimated 180 billion shillings on buying new vehicles and replacing old ones. 150 billion shillings is spent on fuel and about 100 billion shillings on car maintenance every year in a country struggling with basics like paying salaries. While the ministry of finance continues to table...
Eastern Uganda remains a hot bed for power theft in Uganda, a practice that that has cost the utility company UMEME in billions. In NBS Investigates tonight, Moses Walugembe gives an unprecedented insight into how locals steal power, tapping from live dangerous wires, which often times leads to death. The piece...
One in ten Ugandans suffer from the deadly Hepatitis B virus. The shocking number that was discovered in 2005 after a government survey pushed the ministry of health to roll out country wide vaccination procedures. However, the new shocking revelations of fake vaccines on the market have raised more...
How did this vaccine get onto the market? And no one is answering this question. Even as we speak today, some of the clinics that were listed are still administering the Hepatitis B vaccine. What are they doing?
Many of us take our car to the washing bays to be cleaned up atleast once or twice a week. But have you ever noticed a change in your fuel gauge after washing your car. Tonight we reveal how your fuel could be stolen from a washing bay and why...
While some milestones have been attained in the fight against HIV, the journey towards its total elimination is still a long one to have eliminated the epidemic by 2030. This has left stakeholders wondering on the way forward and what may have hindered the progress registered years ago. But...
Land fraud in Uganda remains high, taking by surprise ignorant victims whose years’ fortune is robbed in broad-day light. In NBS investigates tonight, Moses Walugembe exposes the undercover hand that continuously whisks away people’s land in thin air;
For decades of Uganda’s colonial and postcolonial reign, Port Bell, Uganda’s biggest water transport facility on Lake Victoria dominated regional and international trade patterns. The port that fetched, at it’s prime over 2 billion shillings monthly, has since been reduced to a shed of buildings and a shadow of...
Kidnap is taking one hostage usually to obtain ransom. In the case of Uganda, the thread is long; Murder, staged, fun , love among other catalysts . The statistics of victims are already staggering, yet the net is trapping more hostages without trace of the Authors to the evil....