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The current succession debate should be refocused: Uganda is not a...

By Professor Venansius Baryamureeba I have keenly been following the succession debate and I must admit I find its focus rather disappointing. In my view,...

Jennifer Musisi is bitter because M7 did not appoint her minister-Tamale...

Appearing before the parliamentary committee investigating the bonus payments paid to 42 public officers, Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) executive director Jennifer Musisi, told...

Uganda’s next president will be a Musoga-Tamale Mirundi

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); Over the years, the Abosoga have been treated as second best citizens. Various displeasing comments about the...

Museveni’s new year message, 2017

  Finalized a plan for re-establishing the Uganda Airlines   Uganda has been at peace for the first time in 500 years   Right now, we,...

The Ugandan soldier who shot the Israel commando at Entebbe

As the Israel marked 40 years since their commando raid on Entebbe Airport to rescue hostages taken by a group associated with the Palestine...

Kofi Annan to African leaders: Leave when your time is up

Former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan has urged African leaders to leave when their mandated time is up and to avoid excluding opposing voices if...

NRM victory party: 3,000 kilos of Pilao to be served...

By our reporter It is steady progress as the NRM prepares for the infamous victory party that is scheduled for Saturday at Kololo Air strip. It...

Supreme Court ruling on case filed by Amama Mbabazi

By Nakawunde Kautharah The Supreme Court finds that President Museveni was validly elected. Petition is dismissed With no orders to costs. Below we bring you...

U.S on Kizza Besigye detention: President Museveni actions jeopardize Uganda’s democratic...

Speaking on recent developments in Uganda, Samantha Power U.S. , Permanent Representative to the United Nations said that the run-up to Uganda’s election and...

South Sudan army looting ,killing, raping in place of wages...

A new report on South Sudan published by the UN Human Rights Office describes “in searing detail” a multitude of horrendous human rights violations,...