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Mwondha faces huge legal hurdle

By Matsiko wa Mucoori & Obed K. Katureebe Those who know Museveni well knew, even before the announcement last week, that Inspector General of Government, Faith Mwondha, was not going anywhere. She was not going to Parliament for approval, she was not going to vacate her office ‘” she simply …

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IGP Kayihura faces probe over SRPS’ Shs 15bn

By Independent Team Revenue police disbanded in 2006, no accountability ever given, impounded goods not explained Inspector General of Police (IGP) Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura is in trouble over failure to account for at least Shs 15 billion while he was commander of the Special Revenue Protection Services (SRPS) between …

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Economy: Where Next?

By Kalundi Serumaga The Ugandan government has finally woken up. It has accepted that the western economic crisis will indeed have a seriously negative impact on Uganda Such an admission is no small matter for people who have been enthusiastic advocates of completely opening up Africa’s economies to Western engagement, …

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Political party funding

By John Njoroge & Obed Katureebe President Museveni lays trap that will finish off the opposition In June 2008 the Ugandan government proposed an amendment to the 2005 Political Parties and Organisations Act to provide for public funding of registered political parties. The amendment declared that funds would be allocated …

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