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KAMUKAMA DENIES STATE HOUSE’S INVOLVEMENT IN FRAUDULENT LAND FUND PAYMENTS

By; Ben Musanje The Principal Private Secretary to the President (PPS) Molly Kamukama has distanced her office from the directives which the Lands minister Betty Amongi invoked to cause payments of purported beneficiaries for the Land Fund. Recently Justice Catherine Bamugemereire’s Land Inquiry Commission had landed on to letters by the president’s PPS to the […]

POLICE WANT 48 HOUR RULE OF DETENTION AMENDED

By; Francis Lubega Uganda Police Force (UPF) has revealed plans to cause an amendment in the 48 hour rule of detention. This was revealed during a meeting between the Member of Parliament (MPs) on the Human Rights Committee and a police delegation led by the State Minister for Internal Affairs, Mario Obiga Kania, the IGP, […]

NAMBAZIIRA DEATH; WOMEN DEMAND FOR HOSPITALS’ AUDIT

By; Ben Musanje Women activists under different Civil Society Organizations want government to audit private hospitals as one of the strategies to end the unnecessary deaths of mothers and newborns during pregnancy, childbirth and during postnatal. This comes after several women across the country continue to die from preventable complications such as severe bleeding, high […]

INTERNET ACTIVISTS THREATEN TO SUE UCC, NIRA OVER KIDNAPS

By; Peter Ssebulime Activists on Internet Freedoms in Uganda under the Unwanted Witness organization have vowed to sue the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) and the National Identification and Registration Authority-NIRA over their failure to protect particulars of Ugandans that they claim have resulted into kidnaps and other crimes in the country. This has been disclosed by […]