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Police Apologizes For Having Tortured Bobi Wine Supporter

Police apologizes to tortured citizen

Uganda Police has admitted that the force’s officers used excessive force in handling skirmishes in last month’s Kyadondo East by-election. Check also: It’s time for the young generation to rule- MP Bobi wine tells Museveni Police spokesperson AIGP Asan Kasingye on Monday apologized for the force’s act of manhandling Patrick Sande, a supporter of now-MP Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu, alias Bobi Wine. ...

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Kabafunzaki’s Trial Over Corruption Begins Today

Kabafunzaki set for trial

The trial in which the suspended state minister for labour, employment and industrial relations, Herbert Kabafunzaki, is accused of soliciting for sh15m gratification kicks off today. Check also:  200 Rwanda police officers fired due to corruption The trial will be conducted at the Anti-Corruption Court in Kololo before Justice Margaret Tibulya. On June 28, Anti-Corruption Court Chief Magistrate Agnes Alum committed ...

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Youth Arrested For Burning A Yellow NRM T-shirts Bearing President Museveni’s photo Over Age Limit

Youth arrested for burning

At least two youth who were burning yellow NRM T-shirts bearing president Museveni’s photo, have been arrested. Check also: It’s time for the young generation to rule- MP Bobi wine tells Museveni The group led by a one Robinson Wabulembo was on Tuesday morning setting the t-shirts on fire along Luwum Street before being apprehended. Donning white t-shirts and carrying placards, ...

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Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala Admitted at Nsambya Hospital

Wamala taken to hopital

Kampala Archbishop emeritus Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala is currently being hospitalized at Nsambya Hospital. Check also: Comedian Kayibanda beaten up nearly to death by robbers Cardinal Wamala, 90, has suffered health complications that his close family and Church are yet to speak about. The major health problem that has put the cleric down is yet to be revealed by the close ...

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Uganda officers have been warned of exploiting Somali women sexually while on foreign mission in Somalia

officers warned of exploiting somali women

Police officers from Uganda have been warned against indulging in sexual relations with locals while on foreign mission in Somalia. Check also: Thousands Die Of Famine In Somalia, According To U.N On Thursday, a group of police officers departing for Somalia under AMISOM was flagged off at Field Force Unit headquarters in Naguru. Speaking to the officers, The Director Peace Support ...

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