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IN THE INDEPENDENT: Museveni locked in intelligence fight

The top stories in this week’s The Independent. Get your copy at the nearest news stand

In the Independent this week

Museveni locked in intelligence fight: Reports on Tumukunde, Kayihura, Muhwezi, Muhakanizi

Why Kayihura remains IGP: His contract was renewed because his enemies in government underrate him, opposition demonise him.

Proposed KCCA law: Museveni’s latest plan to kick Lukwago out of Kampala?

Excitement over direct UK-Rwanda air flight.

Nakumatt embarks on Shs51.1billion cost cutting drive: Two outlets to be closed in Kampala in the new plan.

Uganda Clays posts Shs2.3 bn net profit: The firm is looking at the Rwandan market to sustain profit growth.

Ugandan companies fight over US$20bn in oil logistics: Push for regional logistics hub status is `selfish’ says Museveni.

Banks setting up company to wipe bad loans off their balance sheets: Central bank says new law needed to regulate assets recovery.

Rwandan for French parliament: The party of Frances new president unveils a Rwandan-born economist as candidate in polls.

New Ebola outbreak: World Health Organisation confirms several dead in DR Congo. How different are female, male and intersex genital cutting?

Jjuuko creates food for thought art.

Akizimana’s love of women: Artist uses art to depict beauty, struggles, generosity.

Leather vs. cloth: Which is best for your vehicle?.

Winnie Nwagi: Everyone has a moment to shine: Winnie Nakanwagi aka Nwagi, the Ugandan singer best known for her award winning single ‘Musawo’ to which she dances seductively, has one mantra for survival in the highly fickle entertainment industry.


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