KAMPALA, Uganda: Addressing ninety new recruits by The Middle East Consultants who were flagged off for various duties in Qatar, Abu Dhabi and Iraq on Sunday, Commissioner of Police Moses Binoga, who heads the police anti human trafficking unit...
KAMPALA, Uganda: To the knowledgeable of today’s police modus operandi, it’s an open secret that Gen. Edward Kale Kayihura’s decade-long reign at the helm of Uganda Police Force will be tagged with abuse of court orders with unspeakable impunity. Whereas...
KAMPALA, Uganda: On Monday 12th June 2017, Justice Remmy Kasule of the Court of Appeal maintained the 2005 High Court Ruling that rewarded Shs76Bn to former Internal Security Organization (ISO) spies. Through a representative suit number 164/04, the over 500...
KAMPALA, Uganda: Also son to the slain Sheik Abdul Kadir Ductoor Muwaya, boss Omar Bongo Ductoor is in utter trouble and ripe for arrest. This is after the Buganda Road Court State Attorney last week sanctioned the forgery charges...
KAMPALA, Uganda. Uganda’s selected best farmers from across the country are set to depart for the Netherlands on Saturday. Dubbed as the 13 ‘Good will’ ambassadors, the ladies and gentlemen who spend most of their time in the garden ensuring...
KAMPALA, Uganda: Economists, trade experts and analysts have punched holes into Finance Minister Matia Kasaija’s 2017/18 budget announced on Thursday June 8th describing it as a ‘hurdle’. Kasaija announced the UGX29 trillion budget that will see the revenue collectors, Uganda...
KAMPALA, Uganda. What became of the IGGs investigations? On Tuesday we unearthed in our Investigative pages, a Global report involving the fraudulent awarding of the Sukulu Phosphates project to a Chinese based firm, Guangzhou. Today we continue with part...
MBALE, Uganda: Former Leader of opposition in Parliament and Budadiri west constituency MP and Secretary General of FDC, the Country’s main opposition party Nathan Nandala Mafabi has been exposed as a heartless leader with among others, no respect for...
KAMPALA, Uganda: Pressure is building for government to review the legality of the compensation agreements that were signed and the rates contained in them between the locals affected by the Sukulu phosphate Chinese USD560 million project in Tororo. These new...
KAMPALA, Uganda: New findings released in a report by Global Witness demonstrates just how much of Uganda’s mining sector is characterized by corruption, mismanagement and undue political influence. The Report titled “Uganda Under- Mined…How corruption, mismanagement and political influence is...

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