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E.C Clears Supporters Of Museveni, Gen. Tumukunde For Nomination

E.C Clears Supporters Of Museveni, Gen. Tumukunde For Nomination

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Electoral Commission has cleared supporters of candidates aspiring  to contest for the presidency in the 2021 election. The supporters who have been cleared so far by the E.C are those of President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, of the National Resistance Movement (NRM), Gen. Henry Tumukunde, Fred Mwesigye and Kalembe Nancy Linda who are all contesting as Independent candidates. The rest of the supporters of other candidates who include Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Ssentamu Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine, are  yet to be verified and cleared by the Commission. It should be noted that the Commission set as one of the regulations for nominations that every presidential candidate should go to the nomination venue, which is Kyambogo University Sports Gr
Police Busts Another City Sex Ring, Arrests 35

Police Busts Another City Sex Ring, Arrests 35

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The Police in Kampala on Saturday night arrested 35 people suspected to have been involved in a sex party in Katwe, a city suburb. The suspects were rounded up in an enclosed brothel disguised as a bar, where they were ferociously enjoying themselves in total disregard of the COVID-19 regulations of social distancing and wearing face masks. Some o f the suspects who were rounded up during the police raid A statement from ASP Luke Owoyesigyire, the Deputy Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson, about the  raid reads in part thus; “Yesterday 24/10/2020 at around 8pm ,  Clock Tower Police conducted an intelligence led operation around Base zone, Katwe II parish and arrested  13 female juveniles and 22 male adults . The group were found in a brothel. Three pa
Massacre: Gunmen Murder Innocent School Kids In Cameroon

Massacre: Gunmen Murder Innocent School Kids In Cameroon

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By Our Reporter A gang of unidentified gunmen attacked a school in Cameroon on Saturday where they massacred at least six children and injured several others before fleeing. Reports indicate that that the unknown gunmen stormed a private school in Southwest Cameroon, where they killed six children on spot and  wounded several others. Gunmen stormed the Mother Francisca School around midday on Saturday after arriving on motorcycles. Some children were injured when they jumped from the second floor in an attempt to escape the attack. https://twitter.com/i/status/1320049607641059328 Officials in Cameron’s south western city of Kumba have blamed the attack on Anglophone secessionist groups which are suspected to have carried out the attack. It should however be noted
Shocking: New Hidden Slave Trade Sites In Wales Revealed

Shocking: New Hidden Slave Trade Sites In Wales Revealed

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By Our Reporter Two sites linked to Wales' hidden slave trade have been revealed by a high-tech history project. A former mansion in Swansea and the remains of a vicar's home in a Denbighshire seaside resort now boast plaques with QR codes that can be scanned by smart phones. The latest additions have been unveiled as part of Black History Month events. The first is the former home of copper baron Pascoe St Leger Grenfell at Kilvey Hill in Swansea. A well-respected member of the community, he was regarded as one of the architects of the city. The remains of Maesteg House at Kilvey Hill in Swansea now reveal the hidden links to the slave trade But his Maesteg House home was built with the proceeds of slave exploitation in Jamaica. He received the equivalent of £
Speaker Kadaga Graces Mbale DPC Ahimbisibwe’s Wedding

Speaker Kadaga Graces Mbale DPC Ahimbisibwe’s Wedding

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By Our Reporter The Speaker of Parliament  Rt. Hon. Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga graced the wedding of Mbale District Police Commander (DPC) Fred Ahimbisibwe and his lovely baby mama Winnie Ahimbisibwe, who tied the knot on Saturday October 24, 2020. The scientific wedding ceremony. which was held at All Saints Cathedral in Namirembe, was attended by a few close family members and police officers, in a bid to follow the Ministry of Health guidelines on preventing the spread of COVID-19. Shortly after their wedding, wedding Speaker Kadaga, who was the Chief Guest at the function, wrote thus on Facebook; “I have witnessed the wedding of Fred Ahimbisibwe (DPC, Mbale) and Winnie at All Saints Cathedral where I usually go for my prayers. Speaker Rebecca Kadaga delivering her speec
Trump Brokers Historic Peace Deal Between  Sudan And Israel

Trump Brokers Historic Peace Deal Between Sudan And Israel

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By Our Reporter President Donald Trump's Administration has finally succeeded in the bid to normalise relations between the United States of America, the Republic of Sudan and the State of Israel. T his was revealed Friday October 23, 2020, in a joint statement issued by the White House and the leaders of Sudan and Israel over the matter. The statement reads in part thus; "The leaders of Sudan and Israel have agreed to normalize relations, end the state of belligerence between their nations, and begin negotiating agreements of cooperation on the economy, trade, and more. This historic agreement is a testament to the bold and visionary approach of the four leaders! As such, President Trump, the Sudanese Chairman of the Sovereignty Council Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Sudanese...
Gov’t  To Jail, Fine Politicians Shs11M For Wrongly Placed Campaign Posters

Gov’t To Jail, Fine Politicians Shs11M For Wrongly Placed Campaign Posters

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The government, through the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA)  and the Minister of State for Kampala Capital City and  Metropolitan Affairs  Benny Namugwanya, have issued stringent  regulations governing the placing of campaign posters in several spots in Kampala ahead of the 2021 elections. According to a statement issued by Minister Namugwanya on Friday, all culprits arrested for violating the regulations put in place will suffer a penalty of either being arrested, jailed and or being fined Shs11 million  or both. Campaign posters have led to a lot of littering and blocking drainage channels Minister Namugwanya notes in her statement that they have noted with concern the continued haphazard placement and display of advertiseme...
MK Publishers Unveil e-Learning Platform For Quality Online Education

MK Publishers Unveil e-Learning Platform For Quality Online Education

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By Keefa Nuwahereza In a bid to provide the best online education, MK Publishers, in conjunction with Avance International University School of Education, have unveiled the MK e-Learning Platform, which aims at giving leaners an opportunity to attain total quality and holistic education. If you are a parent, teacher or school looking for quality online education, the MK e-Learning  Platform is the best answer for  all your questions, because the platform is designed in such a way that it follows the Ugandan Primary and Secondary curricula. How to join the MK e-Learning Platform This website has established that the administrators of MK e-learning Platform are rolling out the online study programme in phases, whereby the First Phase, which is currently running, caters...
Opinion: Roads In DRC, Is It Another Mission To Plunder?

Opinion: Roads In DRC, Is It Another Mission To Plunder?

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Recently government of Uganda passed a budget of Shs220Bn to construct roads in Democratic Republic of Congo. The government claims that this is meant to boost trade between the two countries and providing market for our goods. Whereas this sounds convincingly good, there is more than what meets the eye. The last time I checked, Uganda was being demanded USD10 billon by Democratic Republic of Congo after the International Court of Justice condemned the Ugandan government officials for plundering its resources in one of Museveni's military adventures in the mineral rich country. DRC being one of the most endowed countries on the planet, has lived a grasshopper like life where every animal, bird, reptile etc wants to feast on it. Many countries or individuals with interest in depleti...
Juliana Kanyomozi Returns To Uganda With Baby After COVID-19 Lockdown

Juliana Kanyomozi Returns To Uganda With Baby After COVID-19 Lockdown

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By Keefa Nuwahereza Ugandan diva Princess Juliana Kanyomozi is on her way back to Uganda from Switzerland, where she has been for  almost a year, during which time she gave to a bouncing baby boy. Information coming in from people close to Juliana is that she is flying into the country any time  from now with her son, whom she christened Prince Taj. Juliana Kanyomozi shared a selfie in which she is seen with her baby in a tram Juliana, who had kept many of her fans guessing about her love life ever since she separated with former lover Amon Lukwago, gave birth in March this year, surprising many of her followers and admirers. But because she had given birth in Switzerland at a time when the COVID-19 lockdown had just been announced by the government, there was no ...