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‘Police hires thugs to harm opposition politicians’

  Some top leaders of Uganda Police and State House (government of Uganda) reportedly mobilize and give money to some groups of unemployed youths to attack and brutalize opposition Leaders and opposition political activists during public political sensitization rallies. The mayor of Kawempe division in Kampala, Hajji Mubarak Munyagwa says that they witnessed the police […]

Police deploys 5,000 policemen in Kampala

Police have deployed over 5,000 troops in Kampala district to keep law and order during the ongoing three day traders strike. The strike started today across the country. The deployment follows intelligence information that members of opposition were reportedly planning to cause bodily harm to NRM supporters during the strike. Sources in Uganda police force […]

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 […]

African governments urged against signing away water rights for decades

News Release: A paper published today by the International Institute for Environment and Development warns that African governments are signing away water rights for decades with insufficient regard for how this will affect millions of local users, including fishing, farming and pastoralist communities. The water rights often feature in the growing number of large land […]

Kayihura explains why police blocked walk to work campaigns

The inspector General of Police Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura has explained to our informers why the police blocked the walk to work demonstrations that was planned to start on Monday October 17th this year. Kayihura says that the organisers of walk to work campaigns (A4C) in the first case did not comply with the 1995 Constitution […]

Donors meet Kizza Besigye over walk to work protests

It has emerged that representatives of donors in Uganda secretly visited the FDC leader, Col. Kiiza Besigye on Monday night at his home in Kasangati. The donors according to sources in FDC wanted to discuss with Besigye the effects of walk to work protests on the economy, government and the country in general. The representatives of donors […]

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