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We Congratulate Honorable Bobi Wine For The Victory — Uganda Police

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During the Uganda Police Force weekly press briefing held at Naguru Police head quarters this morning, AIGP Asan Kasingye, police spokesperson opened his speech by congratulating Kyadondo East by-election MP elect Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine. Check Also: Bebe Cool Finally Comments On Bobi Wine’s Election; Check His Comments “We congratulate Bobi Wine for the landmark victory reached during ...

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Rapists Deserve To Be Killed – Says President Museveni

Museveni on Rapists

Apac — President Yoweri Museveni has condemned rape in the strongest terms possible suggesting that rapists deserve to be killed. Mr Museveni made the remarks during celebrations to mark 36th Tarehe Sita Anniversary at Boma Grounds, Apac District, on Monday. Check also: Kenyan Police Officer Jailed for 20 Years For Raping A 13-year-Old Girl “A rapist is a killer and he ...

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Uganda Welcomes More Refugees Daily Than Some Wealthy European Countries

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NAIROBI — Uganda welcomed more refugees each day in 2016 than many wealthy European countries received the entire year, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) said Wednesday, seeking to debunk the myth that Mediterranean countries are being unfairly burdened. Check also: Why Uganda Is One Of The Most Hospitable Destinations For Refugees In The World The number of South Sudanese fleeing to neighboring ...

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Here’s Why Africa Still In The Dark

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“I’m tired of Africa being in the dark,” said African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, this week. Check also: President Omar Gulleh Of Djibouti Believes Trump Will Pay Little Attention To Africa He meant it literally – more than 600 million Africans lack access to electricity. But while the need for solutions is ...

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Why This Ugandan Traditional Leader, Mumbere Was Freed And Re-arrested Hours Later

Charles Mumbere

KAMPALA, UGANDA — Police in Uganda have re-arrested a traditional leader who is facing treason and other charges hours after he was granted bail by a court, a judicial official said Saturday. Charles Wesley Mumbere was first detained in November after what he calls his royal guards refused an order by security forces to disarm and surrender, leading to a stand-off ...

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