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DPP asked to respond to Dr. Stella Nyanzi pending criminal charges

Kampala, Uganda | GODFREY SSALI | Buganda Road Court has given the State Attorney prosecuting  Makerere University Senior Researcher Dr. Stella Nyanzi one  month to consult the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) on when trial in this case should start. This follows a demand by defence lawyer Peter Walubiri on Friday, …

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Dr Stella Nyanzi bail extended to June 7

Makerere University researcher Dr. Stella Nyanzi has asked Buganda Road Court Chief magistrate James Ereemye to halt proceedings in her criminal case until the Constitutional Court pronounces itself on a petition she filed challenging the Mental Treatment Act. Through reknown lawyer Peter Walubiri, Nyanzi  wants her case of cyber harrassment …

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Stella Nyanzi finally charged at Buganda Road Court

A Makerere University researcher Dr. Stella Nyanzi is right now appearing before Buganda Road Court Chief Magistrate  James Eremye to answer offenses relating to computer misuse. Nyanzi, 42, a resident of Kyanja in Kisasi Kawempe division is facing two counts – cyber harassment and offensive communication. Prosecution States that between …

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What charges will Police prefer against Dr Stella Nyanzi?

Outspoken feminist, academic and Uganda government critic Dr Stella Nyanzi is expected to be brought before court today to face various charges. Police spokesman Emilian Kayima confirmed Nyanzi was taken into custody by them on Friday and would appear in court Monday in Kampala on charges of cyber harassment and …

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Makerere reinstates Stella Nyanzi

Suspended controversial Makerere University lecturer Dr. Stella Nyanzi has been reinstated, although she will no longer be based at the Makerere Institute of Social Researcher (MISR). Nyanzi who was directed by the University’s appointment board to report to duty by Feb.27 was suspended from the institute in April last year …

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