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African Parliament approves Amongin’s motion on Youth Caucus creation

The Pan African Parliament has approved a motion for the creation of a Youth Caucus intended to strengthen and consolidate efforts to empower young people in Africa. Uganda’s newly sworn in representative Hon. Jacquiline Amongin (NRM, Ngora district) moved the motion, which came at the end of the First Session of the Third Parliament sitting […]

Mourners told Major Gen. Jim Muhwezi to repent

  Yesterday the A4C leader, Col. Dr. Kiiza Besigye went to pray for retired Bp John Wilson Kahigwa of North Kigezi at All Saints Church . The deceased man of God did not get President Museveni’s Pajero because he was critical of the NRM regime. Bishop Zac Ndiringiye told the mourners that we have equalizers […]

Ugandans in north to hold round table meeting

  Ugandans in the northern Uganda are to hold a round table meeting and also conduct victory party for some of the people who contested on opposition party ticket and won the polls. The round table meeting will take place on Thursday this week in Nwoya district at a place called Lukutu. The round table […]

Besigye jumps over a goat in Budadiri

Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) president, Col. Kiiza Besigye reportedly jumped over a live goat in Budadiri West. We have reliably learnt that it was Hon. Nandala Mafabi who took Besigye to Budadiri where he (Besigye) spent a night. Besigye visited a place which is near a small river which the people in Budadiri call […]

Besigye and RDC Mpimbaza clash in Kumi over A4C rally

The Leader of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) and Kumi RDC Mpimbaza Ashaka nearly staged a fist fight in Kumi on Saturday. Besigye had gone to Kumi for Activists for Change (A4C) rally and the RDC attempted to stop the rally from taking place. Present were Hon. Eng Amuriat MP Humi County,  Dr. Besigye, Salamu […]

DP petitions parliament over election of East African Legislative Members

The Democratic Party has written to the members of Uganda parliament giving its position of the law relating to the elections of EALA members. Our news desk has brought you the petition in full and it goes as follows: Date: 20th February 2012 Hon .Members of the 9th Parliament Parliament of the Republic of Uganda […]

Commonwealth ministers to meet in Maldives

News Release: A Commonwealth ministerial mission is due to arrive in the Maldives capital, Malé, on 17 February to ascertain the facts surrounding the transfer of power last week in the South Asian state. The group will be led by the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Communications of Trinidad & Tobago, the Hon Surujrattan Rambachan. […]

East Africa Legislative Assembly passes polythene control bill

Members of the East Africa legislative Assembly have passed the EAC Polythene Materials Control Bill, 2011 aimed at regulating the use of polythene materials. The bill now awaits EAC Heads of State assent to it before it becomes law in the five East Africa Community member states of Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania. The Bill moved […]

Museveni roots for East Africa Community political federation

President Yoweri Museveni has reaffirmed the need for the political federation of East Africa as one of the avenues for partner states to equally benefit from integration. Addressing Members of the East African Legislative Assembly at their fifth meeting in Kampala, the Uganda President warned that economic integration alone can create disequilibrium with countries not […]

Nabagereka launches maternal and child health campaign

The queen of Buganda lady Sylvia Nagginda has launched the global fight action on Maternal and child health campaign with an aim of achieving the Millennium Development Goals. The MDGs that are set to be achieved through the campaign include strengthening of gender equitable national health sector action plans, ensuring health plans, reducing maternal deaths […]

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