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  • Govt moves to provide low cost decent housing

    Government says it’s launching a vigorous campaign to address the increase demand for low cost decent housing across the country. State minister for urban development Dr. Chris Baryomunsi says that Government will on Monday launch several initiatives to ensure that many Ugandans in rural and urban areas get decent but


  • Parliament denies knowledge of plain cloth security officers

    The director of communication and public affairs at parliament Chris Obore denies having knowledge of the plain cloth security officers at parliament yesterday. Obore says the situation entirely lied in the hands of sergeant at Arms who might have out sourced other security forces. Yesterday, several plain clothed security agents


  • Kabafunzaki appears again in court

    Aya Investment Company Chairman Mohammad Hamid, the key witness in the corruption case against Labour State Minister Hebert  Kabafunzaki and two others, has appeared  before the Anti-corruption court but declined to testify, claiming he is not feeling well and had an appointment with his Doctor. Senior Principal State Attorney Barbra


  • Court summons MP Abiriga for urinating along the road

    Kampala City Hall court issues criminal summons to Arua Municipality MP Ibrahim Abiriga, requiring him to appear before it on 6th October 2017 to answer charges of being a public nuisance. It is alleged that on 26thSeptember 2017 along Kyaggwe Road within Kampala city, Abiriga urinated on the fence of Ministry