• AG wants parliament to drop push for independence

    The attorney general Fred Ruhindi wants parliament to drop its push for independence from the office of the attorney general and instead engage in dialogue to resolve the past shortcomings. During the tenure of Peter Nyombi as the attorney general disagreement emerged leading to a pronouncement by the speaker Rebecca

  • Prof. Mugasha incriminated for illegally receiving housing allowance

    Public Accounts Committee establishes findings incriminating the chairman of the Uganda Law Reform Commission Prof Agasha Mugasha of illegally receiving monthly housing allowance. The Auditor General’s report for the year ending 30th June 2014 indicates that Mugasha received a monthly housing allowance of 5.8 million shillings for over 3 years

  • Police Confirms terror threats to the country

    Police confirms terror threats on Uganda targeting foreign Nationals. This after the  US embassy in Uganda warned that Westerners – including Americans – may be targeted for “terrorist” attacks in the capital Kampala. It said it had “received information of possible threats” at city locations where Western nationals gather. Speaking

  • Former Attorney General finally appears in court

    Former Attorney General Peter Nyombi appears before Buganda road court for cross examination following the evidence he presented against Activist Andrew Karamagi whom he accuses of grabbing his speech at the opening of the 2014 new law year. This after several attempts to have Nyombi appear before the court were

  • Rights of widows grossly abused- Report

    A new report indicates that Rights of Widows are being grossly abused as the families of their late husbands continue grabbing properties from them without due regard to existing laws that should protect them. The report titled “Property grabbing from Ugandan Widows and the Justice System Response-A mixed methods assessment