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NUP’s Nyanzi loses ‘bill of costs’ appeal

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The High Court has dismissed an appeal in which the loser of Kampala Central Parliamentary elections Fred Nyanzi Ssentamu wanted to review an order of 38 million shillings he was directed to pay to eventual winner Muhammad Nsereko as costs. Nyanzi’s appeal has also …

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President Museveni signs into law Nsereko bill

Museveni Assents to Computer Misuse Law, Three Others 🔵 Four bills into law ✳️ The Physical Planners’ Registration Act, 2022 ✳️ The Kampala Capital City (Amendment) Act, 2022 ✳️ The Mining and Minerals Act, 2022 ✳️  The Computer Misuse (Amendment) Act, 2022. Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Museveni has signed …

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Police explains why officers overrule traffic lights

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A few days ago, there was a heated argument between two drivers and traffic officers manning traffic at the Jinja road junction in the central division of Kampala City. Two drivers came out of their vehicles and confronted traffic officers who had stopped the …

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Kampala doctor held over human trafficking

Entebbe, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Immigration officials and Police are holding a doctor suspected to be part of a human trafficking racket that has been operating in Kasubi, a Kampala city suburb. Agnes Igoye, the deputy coordinator for the prevention of trafficking in persons at the Ministry of Internal …

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Seven eyeing deputy speaker’s job in parliament

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Seven Members of Parliament have indicated that they intend to contest for the position of Deputy Speaker of Parliament when the house opens its doors in May. The election of a Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Parliament is the first activity of the assembly after …

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How lies, fatigue are derailing Uganda’s fight against pandemic Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | Ugandans no longer fear the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and that is very dangerous. Government officials in charge of fighting the spread of the disease are increasingly getting under pressure including from fake news. When Betty …

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