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  • Mao admitted at Nairobi Hospital

    Democratic Party (DP) President, Norbert Mao is admitted at Kenya’s Nairobi Hospital after being diagnosed with chest complications. DP’s secretary General Mathias Nsubuga says Mao was flown to Nairobi last week after he was referred there by Gulu’s Lacor Hospital. He says his condition is stable Meanwhile DP expresses fear


  • Uwera Nsenga starts her defence

    Businesswoman Jackie Uwera Nsenga starts her defence today in the case in which she is alleged to have murdered her husband Juvenal Nsenga. In her testimony Nsenga told high court Duncan Gaswaga that she did not intend to knock down her husband on the fateful day. She says it was


  • Security guard shoots dead S.4 student

    A trigger happy security guard shoots dead a senior four student of Keyo Senior Secondary School in Amuru district. The security guard, has been identified as Francis Okello, attached to Exposs Security Company Limited , is alleged to have shot dead Isaac Ojok as he was going for night preps.


  • AGRA and CTA in new collaboration for agriculture innovation

    NAIROBI, Kenya. 16 July 2014. Today, the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) and the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Co-operation (CTA) signed a letter of agreement that will mark the beginning of a new collaboration to spearhead the use of innovative approaches to agricultural development. These


  • Reconciliation is on in Western Region

    Cultural and political leaders in Kasese and Bundibugyo districts embark on a campaign of reconciling the Bakhonzo and Bamba communities following clashes that saw over 92 people killed. The campaign is spearheaded by the chief prince in the Rwenzururu cultural institution Christopher Kibazanga, Kasese district RDC Lt Col Muhindo Mawa


  • Uganda & Kenya in talks over cross border issues

    Revenue authorities from Uganda and Kenya enter talks aimed at resolving cross-border issues before the Heads of State summit scheduled for August. This follows increasing barriers by Kenya on Uganda’s sugar which has seen Uganda sugar manufacturers accumulate over 65.000 tons of unsold sugar with Kenya claiming that Ugandans are