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  • AG speaks out on slow response in giving legal advise

    The Attorney General warns government agencies against making quick irrational decisions and blaming his office for being slow in giving legal advice to state agencies. The office of the Attorney General has often been blamed for being slow in responding to letters seeking legal guidance on how to approach crucial


  • US & EU mourn Kagezi

    The US Government expresses grief at the murder of Deputy Director of Public Prosecution, Joan Kagezi. In a condolence message, the U.S. Embassy in Kampala described Kagezi who was gunned down in Kiwatule, last evening as a brave and tireless promoter of justice who was also dedicated to ensuring peace


  • 217 billion lost under govt projects- Auditor general

    The latest released auditor general’s report for the year 2014, indicates that government entities failed to absorb 217billion Shillings under different projects. The report also indicates that 9.4billion Shillings was returned by government entities to the consolidated fund in a period of one year as unspent balances. Auditor General, John


  • Gen. Sejusa authorized to resign from the army

    The Former Coordinator of Intelligence services Gen David Sejusa says that the commander in Chief of the Army, President Museveni has authorized him to resign from the Army and ordered the Army Commander Gen Katumba Wamala to implement it. Sejusa applied to retire from the Army and the 90 days


  • Police opens a case file against four Burundian nationals

    Police opens a case file against four Burundian nationals who were arrested after worshippers reported one of them who had a long beard, a feature some people associate with terrorists. Police spokesman Fred Enanga says they received calls from worshipers at Lubaga cathedral who had grown suspicious by the appearance


  • Police opens against four Burundian nationals

    Police opens a case file against four Burundian nationals who were arrested after worshippers reported one of them who had a long beard, a feature some people associate with terrorists. Police spokesman Fred Enanga says they received calls from worshipers at Lubaga cathedral who had grown suspicious by the appearance