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  • Kampala in 2040: a mega city, or a mega slum?

    The World Bank is urging Uganda to start serious planning for the capital Kampala and other growing cities before they experience what could be a population burst. The Bank was launching its Fifth Uganda Economic Update in Kampala, showing that Uganda’s population will be about 60 million in 2040, while


  • Kadaga & Mulyagonja declare their wealth

    The Inspectorate of Government launches a campaign through which top leaders of the country will be required to publically declare their wealth and liabilities as it steps up its efforts to ensure that the leadership code act is adhered to. It’s a requirement under the leadership code act for all


  • A prince in Tooro disowns king Oyo & declares himself king

    Prince David Kijanangoma  disowns the of king Tooro Oyo  Nyimba Iguru and declares himself king. Late Paul Christopher Kijanangoma father of the claimant was uncle to King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV . Kijanangoma accuses the king of failing to rule and administer the kingdom leaving Tooro in total blackout.


  • Murder suspects seek amnesty

    Police reveals that some of the suspects in the recent murders in Busoga sub region are seeking for amnesty. Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga says the request for amnesty comes after police intensified investigations into the murder which have seen so far seven suspects arrested, four guns recovered and receiving vital


  • Nine suspects linked to ADF committed to high court

    A group of 9 people linked to rebels of the Allied Defence Force { ADF} are committed to the High court’s International Crimes Division, for trial on charges of Belonging to Terrorist Organization. Abdallah Mukwata, Mugoya Hamisi, Ramathan Musene, Hussein Ndugwa, Kisembo Abdallah, Fiaso Wata among others are said to


  • Political parties agree on need to reconstitute EC

    All registered political parties in the country have agreed on the need to reconstitute the Electoral commission ahead of the 2016 elections considering the memoranda presented to parliament. The speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga received electoral and constitutional reform proposals from the Inter party Organization for political dialogue-IPOD which is