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  • Security to remain tight at installations around parliament

    IGP Kale Kayihura says security is to be tightened at key installations surrounding parliament as a measure to deter terrorist acts. These include President’s office cabinet and parliament saying all who work there are high level targets of terrorists. Kayihura was speaking this after an assessment carried out including touring


  • Kanyeihamba ‘threatened’ storms out of court.

    The latest development coming from supreme court indicates that Justice George Kanyeihamba has stormed out of court claiming that his life has been threatened and his application was tampered with. This twist in events was followed by the decision by the expelled MPs to dump Kanyeihamba from their legal team…


  • MP denied award over anti-gays law

    A US group has cancelled an award to MP Christian Bako Abia, over concerns on Uganda’s new stringent Anti-homosexuality law. The MP was due to receive in the award in Washington on Friday, Ms Erika Veberyte, the director of the Women’s Democracy Network (WDN), wrote to the Arua District Woman..


  • Police to arrest more Mbabazi supporters

    Police have vowed to arrest more suspected NRM youth soliciting for signatures to hold a delegates’ conference without approval from the party structures. The police action comes days after they arrested three youth who were soliciting signatures from NRM members pushing to hold a delegates’ conference with a proposal to..


  • PRO-5th Term MPS meet

    President Museveni has rallied ‘friendly’ legislators to approve a series of political moves intended to isolate what sources called “antagonists” and prevent them from “spoiling” his fifth term bid ahead of the 2016 general elections. The Daily Monitor understands that after signing the “Ngoma motion” in Kyankwanzi last month, the..


  • Norway cuts Shs20b aid over anti-gays law

    The Norwegian government has withdrawn Shs20b in budget support to Uganda over the Anti-Homosexuality law President Museveni assented to on Monday. “The new law violates fundamental human rights and the Ugandan Constitution,” the country’s Foreign Affairs minister, Mr Børge Brende, said. “We will hold back around Norwegian Kroner 50m of..