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Day: August 1, 2020

Museveni Fires  UPDF Spokesperson Brig. Gen. Karemire, Replaces Him With Brig. Gen.   Byekwaso

Museveni Fires UPDF Spokesperson Brig. Gen. Karemire, Replaces Him With Brig. Gen. Byekwaso

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By Our Reporter The Commander in Chief  (CIC) of the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF) has fired  Brig. Gen. Richard Karemire from the position of UPDF Spokesperson, replacing him  with Brig. Gen. Flavia Byekwaso. We have learnt that Brig. Gen. Byekwaso, who is the first female UPDF spokesperson, is taking over office next week after a official handover by Brig. Gen. Karemire, This website has learnt that president Museveni has since assigned Karemire to the East African Community Secretariat as Defense Liaison Officer. Byekwaso, is a Ugandan military officer, who serves as an elected member of parliament representing the Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) in the 10th Parliament (2016–2021). She was born on 29 December 1971, in the Central Region of Uga
Moves That’ll Help You Put Him In the Mood For Making Love

Moves That’ll Help You Put Him In the Mood For Making Love

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By Our Reporter Although most people think men are sex machines who can easily get turned on, that is not always the case. As a wife there are times when you must have faced a situation where your man is not in the mood for sex   yet you’re craving for it. Don’t worry, there are ways in which you can awaken the sexual desires of your husband and our Sexperts are here to help you. What Makes Him Not Be in the mood? Before we move on to list the ways to get your husband in the mood, it is essential that you understand why your husband may not be in the mood. Remember, if he is unable to give you attention it does not necessarily mean that he does not love you or is having an affair with someone else. Your husband might be physically distant from you because
Uganda Registers Third COVID-19 Death As Cases Rise To 1,154

Uganda Registers Third COVID-19 Death As Cases Rise To 1,154

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By Our Reporter The Ministry of Health has revealed that Uganda has registered a third COVID-19 death after medics  reported the case of a Nigerian national who succumbed to the deadly virus on Friday, bringing the total number of cases to 1,154 with 1,028 recoveries. A statement from the Ministry of Health about the latest COVID-19 death reads in part thus; “The Ministry of Health would like to inform the public that Uganda has reclaimed one COV1D-19 death today. This brings the total COVID-19 deaths three(3). Ministry of Health Statement about COVID-19 updates The deceased is a 67-year-old male, of Nigerian origin and a resident of Kisenyi, in Kampala. He had symptoms consistent to COVID-19 which include; cough, fever, chest pain and difficulty in breathing and
Police Arrests Drug Dealer With 50Kg Of Marijuana

Police Arrests Drug Dealer With 50Kg Of Marijuana

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By Our Reporter The Uganda Police have arrested  a drug dealer which over 50Kg of marijuana, which he was transporting to Kampala from Mityana District. The Suspect, who is yet to be identified, was arrested by police along the Mityana-Mubende highway as he tried to smuggle  the marijuana to Kampala, using a mortocycle. However, on being flagged down by the police who had mounted a roadblock along the way, the cops were shocked to discover that the motorcycle rider was carrying a sack which was full on marijuana. Senior Police Officer Asan Kasingye also tweeted about the arrested drug dealer Shortly after his arrest, the suspect was taken into custody  to help the police with investigations  into where he was talking the marijuana and for who. It shou...
Shock As Drunken Soldier Shoots 12  Civilians Dead

Shock As Drunken Soldier Shoots 12 Civilians Dead

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By Our Reporter A soldier in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo has shot dead at least 12 people and wounded nine others in a drunken rampage, regional authorities have said. Security services are conducting a search for the gunman in the city of Sange, 24km (15 miles) from the Burundi border, where the shooting took place, the governor of South Kivu province, Theo Kasi, said in a statement on Friday. "The person responsible is a drunken member of the FARDC (DR Congo armed forces) who opened fire on at least 20 civilians who crossed his path," a prosecutor in Uvira said. Captain Dieudonne Kasereka, the army's spokesman in Uvira, said the gunman was on the run and is still armed. "An army delegation and a UN team is in the area to calm the population, which is demo...