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MUKULU PRETRAIL KICKSOFF

By; Charles Katabalwa The International Crimes Division (ICD) of the High Court has started the hearing of the high profile trial of Jamil Mukulu the rebel leader of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) Mukulu, who has been held at Luzira Prison, is charged with 34 others with one count of terrorism, seven counts of murder, […]

NALUKOLONGO GOOD SAMARITAN SISTERS TO ELECT NEW LEADERSHIP

By; Jjunju Francis The Institute of Good Samaritan Sisters of Nalukolongo has convened its 6th General assembly that is termed as “a chapter” where the new leadership is expected to be elected. The Institute was started by the Late Emmanuel Cardinal Nsubuga in 1978 to cater for the elderly, poor, sick and needy mainly at […]

PRESIDENT MUSEVENI GRANTS MORE 18 MONTHS TO BAMUGEMEREIRE’S COMMISSION

By; Ben Musanje The Land Commission of Inquiry has confirmed President Yoweri Museveni’s extension of its term of operation for more 18 months which is one and a half years. This has been pronounced by the commission Chairperson Justice Catherine Bamugemereire while opening the public hearing with the former Mukono district Land Board Charles Ssemanda […]

MPs UNCONVINCED WITH UMEME-GOV’T AGREEMENT

By; Francis Lubega The Chairman of the Committee on Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) Abdu Katuntu has identified the concession agreement by government with UMEME as defective and unreasonable.   The legislators on the committee have today criticized the UMEME concession for having a clause permitting the power distributor to withhold payments to […]