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Mbabazi Offers Himself As Besigye’s Lawyer

MBABAZI

Former presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi has criticized government for jailing Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) leader Dr Kizza Besigye, the runner-up in the February 18 presidential poll and undermining democracy.[2] Check Also: Dr. Kizza Besigye charged with treason Speaking at a thanksgiving function for victory of Mr Kenneth Tumuhamye, Kanyantorogo Sub county chairperson elect, at Kishenyi Church of Uganda in Kanungu ...

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Dr. Kizza Besigye charged with treason

Besigye

Former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) presidential candidate Kizza Besigye has been charged with treason and remanded to Moroto government prison.[3] Check Also: Dr. Kizza B Defied Orders, Police Tells Court Dr Besigye is said to have appeared in court without his lawyer before the charges were read to him. However, he was not allowed to take plea because treason ...

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Donald Trump Winning Over Wealthy Voters

Donald Trump & African continent

Wealthy, well-educated voters helped carry Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump to victory in this week’s East Coast primaries, a demographic the famously blunt-spoken billionaire had struggled to attract in the past.[1] Check Also: Anti-Donald Protests Held in New York City And Arizona His sweep of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut, and Rhode Island on Tuesday included wins in some of the richest ...

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Aine Christopher Said He Is Tired Of Hiding

Aine-is-back

Aine Christopher, the former head of security for Amama Mbabazi‘s Go Forward campaign team, has resurfaced after a disappearance of nearly four months during which time many had thought him dead. Check also: Amama Mbabazi Is Back Because of Bobi Wine-Mirundi Christopher Aine , the former head of security for Amama Mbabazi‘s Go Forward campaign team, has resurfaced after a disappearance ...

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Burundi Finally Accepted UN Police Deployment

Burundi Accepted UN POLICE

Burundi has recently accepted the United Nations Security Council’s resolution to send in police, the foreign affairs minister told Reuters, after months of political tension. The 15-member council unanimously adopted on Friday a French-drafted resolution asking U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to offer options for a police deployment to Burundi, where violence threatens to spiral into ethnic conflict. Check Also: Meet The ...

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