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Day: October 6, 2020

In Trouble: Moroto Prisons Boss Aruho Fired Over 200 Escaped Prisoners

In Trouble: Moroto Prisons Boss Aruho Fired Over 200 Escaped Prisoners

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Commissioner General of Uganda Prisons Services (UPS) Johnson Byabashaija, has unceremoniously suspended the Officer In Charge of Moroto Prisons Norman Aruho, following the escape of over 200 prisoners who escaped last month from Moroto Prison, with 14 guns. Frank Baine, the Uganda Prisons Spokesperson, said  Aruho was suspended together with his Deputy, Joseph Angwandia until investigations into the prison break are completed by a team set by the Commissioner-General. “Yes, he is serving suspension until investigations are completed. We have sent a senior officer there who will ensure security,” Baine said when contacted by this website on phone. He also revealed that Byabashaija has since appointed the OC Soroti Prisons Latif Mayamba to replace A
Uproar In America As COVID-19 Infected Trump ‘Escapes’ From Quarantine

Uproar In America As COVID-19 Infected Trump ‘Escapes’ From Quarantine

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By Our Reporter There is uproar in America after US President Donald Trump told Americans “to get out there” and not fear COVID-19 after he returned to the White House on Monday, following three nights in a military hospital where he received experimental treatments to tackle a disease that has killed more than 210,000 Americans. Trump, who still has the virus and remains contagious, took off his mask to pose for pictures and salute from the balcony of the White House. He later tweeted a video capturing his return to Washington, DC, and a message to his supporters. Trump said he felt “real good” about his return to the White House, where a cluster of cases have emerged since he, his wife Melania and close adviser Hope Hicks were diagnosed last week. Press Secretary Kayleigh McEna
Museveni Directs Lt. Col. Nakalema To Investigate Land Grabbing In Mukono

Museveni Directs Lt. Col. Nakalema To Investigate Land Grabbing In Mukono

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By Keefa Nuwahereza President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has directed Lt.Col. Edith Nakalema, the head of the State House Anti-corruption Unit, to investigate allegations of land grabbing in Mukono District, where forests have been razed by individuals claiming to be investors. The investigation was sanctioned after the President received numerous complaints about unscrupulous individuals who have since razed down Namanve Forest Reserve in Goma Division and Ntenjeru Ward, both in Mukono District, which they claim to be purportedly given to investors, yet the government and the Uganda Investments Authority (UIA) are not aware. Lt. Col. Edith Nakalema interacting with journalists and locals in Goma Division While updating the public about the investigations, Lt. Col. Nakalema wrot...