Ugandans Believe Police Most Corrupt Institution – Survey

[Monitor] Kampala -Ugandans believe the Uganda Police Force is most corrupt institution according to a survey carried out by Uganda Bureau of Statistic (UBOS), a government agency.

[Monitor] Kampala -Ugandans believe the Uganda Police Force is most corrupt institution according to a survey carried out by Uganda Bureau of Statistic (UBOS), a government agency.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Museveni Admits Patronage Played Part in Cabinet Selection

[Observer] President Yoweri Museveni has for the first time explained how he finally arrived at his 80-member-strong cabinet. Museveni used the swearing-in ceremony of ministers yesterday at State House, Entebbe by noting that he appointed members of t…

[Observer] President Yoweri Museveni has for the first time explained how he finally arrived at his 80-member-strong cabinet. Museveni used the swearing-in ceremony of ministers yesterday at State House, Entebbe by noting that he appointed members of the opposition to his cabinet for purposes of unity.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Opposition Party Leader Sues Government

[Observer] Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) president, Olara Otunnu has sued government to force police to release the party’s national deputy secretary for mobilization Dan Oola Odiya.

[Observer] Uganda People's Congress (UPC) president, Olara Otunnu has sued government to force police to release the party's national deputy secretary for mobilization Dan Oola Odiya.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kampala Restaurant Week Closes

[Observer] Culinary art has for the past few years been gaining acceptance – if all the poorly-sought-after food festivals around town are anything to go by.

[Observer] Culinary art has for the past few years been gaining acceptance - if all the poorly-sought-after food festivals around town are anything to go by.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Report Pins Police, Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence to Car Thefts

[Observer] A 12-month report on the recent wave of car robberies has stunning results with the police Flying Squad blaming the Special Operations Unit within the force as well as the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence.

[Observer] A 12-month report on the recent wave of car robberies has stunning results with the police Flying Squad blaming the Special Operations Unit within the force as well as the Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

URA Urges Customers to Demand for Receipts

[Observer] The Uganda Revenue Authority has urged consumers to demand receipts for the goods and services they procure as it institutes new measures to increase the number of people who pay tax.

[Observer] The Uganda Revenue Authority has urged consumers to demand receipts for the goods and services they procure as it institutes new measures to increase the number of people who pay tax.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda