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  • MPIGI Residents recover bomb

    Residents of Nabyewanga village in Nkozi sub county Mpigi district on Friday morning recovered an abandoned bomb in their area. They took it Nabyewanga police station where police awaited experts from Kampala to detonate it. Katonga region police spokes person Musana Joseph confirmed the incident and that no one was hurt. He


  • Are first class schools neglecting life skills?

    Employers express concern over the rate at which schools especially the first class have neglected life skills education to concentrate on having grades. The Cooperate Social Investment Manager Stanbic bank Barbra Kasekende notes that several schools undermine the impact of life skills which affects their employability in the future This


  • Police promote gold medallists Cheptegei, Chesang

    Eleven Ugandan participants in the just concluded common wealth games in Australia who serve in the Uganda police force have been promoted in their ranks. These include Gold medalists Joshua Cheptegei and Stella Chesang. Special police constable Joshua Cheptegei has been give a token of 10million shillings and promoted to


  • Long queues frustrate sim card replacement exercise

    A section of Ugandans implore government to set up a one stop centre for mass sim card replacement, noting that the current process is very tedious. This after the Uganda Communications Commission issued strict guidelines for replacing sim cards. These include production of a police letter , letter from the


  • Singer Angella Katatumba assault suspects charged

    Three employees of Chicken Tonight Restraunt Kabalagala Branch have been charged in court and remanded to Luzira prison for allegedly assaulting a local artist Angela Katatumba. The remanded suspects include the manager Olub-rworth Chuka, Denis Okirot a guard and a waiter- John Kaddu. They appeared before Makindye Court Chief Magistrate Elias Kakooza, and faced three counts; theft, 


  • Give life imprisonment for power theft- ERA

    The Electricity regulatory Authority has proposed punitive measures against those involved in power  theft and vandalism as the electricity act soon comes up for amendment. The authority says that theft of electricity contributes to the commercial losses reflected in numerous reports of UMEME with the epicenter being in Bugisu sub