Category: Politics

Jinja East By Election: FDC’s Mwiru enjoys early lead

   The Opposition FDC flag bearer in the Jinja East by-election is currently leading by more than 10,000 votes to his closest rival, the ruling party candidate. Paul Mwiru is leading with 4,536 votes while Nathan Igeme Nabeta has 3,533. This is out of 33 polling stations, with 14 to go. The election has […]

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Gen Kale Kayihura hands over highly indebted police.
Breaking: Kayihura, Tumukunde Fired, Okoth Ochola appointed IGP

President Yoweri Museveni has today fired both  Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura and Lieutenant General Henry Tumukunde as the security minister. President Yoweri Museveni has appointed General Elly Tumwiine as Minister for Security and Mr. Okoth Ochola as Inspector General of Police. He has also appointed Brigadier Sabiiti Muzeei as the new  Deputy […]

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Campus News
Mak Guild Race: NRM camp gains strength as Papa Were, Kinene investigated

The National Resistance Movement – NRM camp has gained strength after they resorted to door to door strategy. Miss Prize Ahimbisibwe the NRM flag bearer in the guild race has created panic to her counterparts in the guild race. The NRM camp resorted to one on one mobilisation in Kikoni, Nakulabye,  Wandegeya and Kikumi-Kikumi Makerere […]

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Dr Kizza Besigye with his Family
Besigye urges son to return and join ‘liberation’ struggle

The former presidential candidate and  Forum for Democratic Change – FDC  president, Dr Kizza Besigye has called his son to return and join him  in the struggle for  liberating  Uganda. Besigye who was in the US called on Ampa Adam to return home for the “liberation struggle” after completing  his education from San Francisco, United States […]

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Uganda ruling party wants to extend president’s rule to 2035

Kampala – Uganda’s ruling party is pushing for a referendum that could extend the longtime president’s rule to 2035 despite the objections of opposition leaders who call it a move toward a life presidency. A national referendum to extend the president’s term from five years to seven most certainly will happen in 2018, said Rogers […]

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Police council sits to discuss the increasing insecurity

The 24th Police camp has started this morning at Kigo to discuss infightings in the force and other security issues affecting the country. The police council sits after the force has been reportedly infiltrated by criminals ‘Mafias’ and the wave of insecurity hit the country. Speaking at the police council gathering at Kigo, the Inspector […]

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Uganda shall also ‘did it’ — Amama Mbabazi predicts

Uganda’s former Premier and  2016 presidential candidate Hon Amama Mbabazi has predicted  the ‘Did it’ wave is soon coming to Uganda. According to him, there is need for change of leadership in the country. He urged Ugandans to demand and cause it in the political leadership of the country.   “We witnessed change in Zimbabwe, […]

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Zuma bows to pressure from ANC, resigns

South Africa’s embattled President Jacob Zuma has resigned after intense pressure from his own party. In a televised statement he said he was quitting with immediate effect but said he disagreed with his ANC party’s decision. The ANC had told him to step down or face a vote of no confidence in parliament. The 75-year-old […]

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EPC halts discriminatory recruitment by Serena suites, Hotel

Following a job advert in the New Vision newspaper yesterday (Monday), where Serena suites and hotel in Mutundwe is seeking to recruit a hotel and restaurant managers who should be a “White” and an “Indian” respectively The advertised job opportunities not created furious online discussions among Ugandans but corridor talks as well. Equal Opportunities Commission […]

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Campus News
FDC “Torn” Ahead of Universities Guild Elections

After a bitter campaign and closely fought presidential election last November between Gen Mugisha Muntu and Patrick Amuriat, FDC finds itself locked in other bitter battles with in their universities party chapters. The ideological catastrophe mars Uganda’s largest opposition party and splint universities’ party chapter camps. The infightings continue to rock the party ahead of […]

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