Having declared early this June that they are not deploying their observers in the forthcoming elections, the delegation from European Union spent most of today’s morning at NUP headquarters in Kamokya. The six ambassadors from France, Sweden, Hungary, Austria, Netherlands and Denmark paid a courtesy call to NUP. Reliable information reaching our desk have it that pertinent matters were discussed including fully funding the party in 2021 elections. This has left the People Power members well assured of logistical support during campaigns.
On August 5, a new Netflix documentary series dropped titled World’s Most Wanted, which profiles five different dangerous criminals who have been fugitives of the law and eluded authorities for years. One of the five episodes features Félicien Kabuga, a Rwandan businessman who is believed by the authorities to have financially supported, participated in and profited from the Rwandan genocide. The United Nations’ International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Trials (IRMCT)’s case file on Kabuga says he was the president of the National Defense Fund in Rwanda and the president of radio station RTLM during the genocide between April and July 1994. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) charged him with: “genocide, complicity in genocide, direct and public incitement to commit
By Our Reporter The army has reported the death of 81 people following intense fighting between armed civilians and the disarmament force in Warrap State, South Sudan, although some sources have since put the figures at 120. Two days of clashes reportedly led to the killing of mostly soldiers in Tonj area. According to the SSPDF spokesperson, 55 officers and 26 civilians died in the fighting over the weekend. Maj.-Gen. Lul Ruai revealed that 31 servicemen were also wounded. On Monday, local officials said dozens of people were killed in Luanyjang County when armed civilians clashed with government forces. The army initially said it responded to Luanyjang fighting by sending reinforcement to police officers who were under attack from armed youth who attempted to release a...
By Our Reporter If there is anyone who is swimming in dime during this COVID-19 ‘Kayasi’ (financial doldrums) then it is Moses Magogo, the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) president. Our Spies reveal that while most Ugandans are languishing in the COVID-19 credit crunch, Magogo is reportedly being linked to a multibillion apartment block which in one of the city suburbs. Some of our Spies who have spotted the crib intimate that the mansion is so big it rivals a king’s palace! However, Magogo is yet to officially enter the massive residential palace, because it is still being fitted with state-of-the-art décor, electronic sensors and Spies intimate that he also plans to pimp it up with a swimming pool. It should be noted that Magogo has sin