• Opposition against tax on agric inputs gains momentum

    The opposition in parliament warns Government about an impending danger if it does not drop its plans to tax inputs in the Agriculture sector The proposal announced in the National Budget has been opposed by many farmers including those who recently petitioned parliament under the hospice of the Civil Society

  • AMISOM training Somalia police

    Following the capture of key towns in Somalia by the African Union forces in a major offensive targeting al-Shabaab held ports and towns, AMISOM is now training Somali police on how to protect these areas. The operation dubbed ‘’Operation Indian Ocean”, saw the capture of Bulo Barer, Goolweyn and Jerlio

  • Five electrocuted at the SDA church

    Police identify the five people who were electrocuted at Kajjansi SDA church during yesterday’s down pour. The five were shifting tents when a naked live electric wire that was hanging came into contact with a metallic bar that they were holding. Two of them who died instantly have been identified

  • Two arrested for falsifying HIV test results

    Police in Luweero arrest two lab assistants for conspiring with patients to falsify HIV test results. The two Nansbugu Teopista and Walubiri Muhamed operate at Penny Clinic in Kasana, Luweero town council. Police spokesperson central region, East Lameck Kigozi confirms the incident. Still in Luweero 6 people have been arrested

  • Over 70 residents of Naalya – Kireka drag NEMA to court

    Over 70 residents of Naalya –Kireka ward, in Kira Town Council sue NEMA for allowing the construction of a Fuel station in the midst of their houses, a market and school, which they claim exposes them to a high risk of fire outbreaks. The residents led by a one Michael

  • Nabagereka to hold Ekisaakate in the UK and US

    The Nabagereka of Buganda Kingdom through Nabagereka Development Foundation finalizes plans to hold the annual children’s camp dubbed Ekisaakate in the diaspora specifically in the United Kingdom and the United States of America. The Chief Executive Officer Nabagereka Development Foundation Solome Nakaweesi Kimbugwe says this initiative is intended to teach