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Why fire tear-gas, why fire bullets, Museveni questions Police

Why fire tear-gas, why fire bullets, Museveni questions Police

President Museveni yesterday released a statement condemning in the strongest terms the shooting and beating of civilians by the Police. The president questioned as to why police fired tear gas and live bullets during the Monday demonstrations that saw the rioters, section of the public, and journalists brutally beaten and arrested. “Youth groups of Monday […]

Police warns civil society over unlawful demonstrations

The police have cautioned civil society organizations against holding protests without seeking police permission. Kampala metropolitan commandant, Andrew Felix Kaweesi says that though the group has a genuine cause, it has to seek permission for guidance and protection. This follows a foiled demonstration by anti corruption activists over recent reports of increasing embezzlement of public […]

Intelligence report asks Museveni to create jobs for youths to reduce their involvement in demonstrations

An intelligence report by the Chieftaincy of Military intelligence (CMI) has advised president Museveni and his government to create more jobs for unemployed youths in order to reduce their involvement in strikes, crimes and demonstrations. The report signed by one of the directors of CMI in charge of economic monitoring indicates that Uganda/government stands to […]

ISO operatives locked in prisons

Inmates at Luzira prison have told us that the government many times sends its spies in prisons to spy on suspects. They say spies camouflage as fellow suspects and milk highly important intelligence information from the inmates. One of the inmates at Luzira prison who was arrested during the recent demonstrations in Kampala says that […]

ISO operatives locked in prisons

Inmates at Luzira prison have told us that the government many times sends its spies in prisons to spy on suspects. They say spies camouflage as fellow suspects and milk highly important intelligence information from the inmates. One of the inmates at Luzira prison who was arrested during the recent demonstrations inKampalasays that the spies […]

Residents of Rubaga in Kampala demonstrate

Ultimate Media It looks demonstrations inKampala and Uganda in general is part of the daily menu. Every day there must be a story about people killed in demonstration, or the people police have arrested while demonstrating along the road and on streets. Most of the demonstrations inUgandatake place inUganda’s capital cityKampala. Most of the demonstrations […]

Luzira inmates loved me so much, says FDC’s Ingrid

  FDC woman leader, Ingrid Turinawe was promoted to head other female inmates at Luzira prison staying in ward 8 women section.  Ingrid who is out of prison on bail says that the inmates at Luzira prison loved her so much. She says that she looked so happy and said she was not terrified to […]

Kayihura explains why police blocked most of the demonstrations last year

The inspector General of Police Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura has explained to our informers why the police throughout last year blocked most of the demonstrations that were organised by opposition politicians and parties.    Kayihura says that the organisers of the demonstrations for example walk to work campaigns (A4C) in the first case did not […]

Uganda demonstrators to be tried in military courts

Uganda is soon making a law to have people arrested during political related demonstrations charged in military court marital courts. This is because the Uganda laws are so weak and they don’t punish the demonstrators. According to the meeting held yesterday at statehouse, it was resolved that putting demonstrators before court martial is the right […]

Uganda demonstrators to be judged in military courts

Uganda is soon making a law to have people arrested during political related demonstrations charged in military court marital courts. This is because the Uganda laws are so weak and they don’t punish the demonstrators. According to the meeting held yesterday at statehouse, it was resolved that putting demonstrators before court martial is the right […]

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