Former Bubulo MP Kipoi to Be Deported Today

[Monitor] Kampala -Former Bubulo Member of Parliament, Tony Nsubuga Kipoi is set to be deported today to face trial in Uganda. He is wanted by the General Court Martial in Uganda to stand trial for treason.

[Monitor] Kampala -Former Bubulo Member of Parliament, Tony Nsubuga Kipoi is set to be deported today to face trial in Uganda. He is wanted by the General Court Martial in Uganda to stand trial for treason.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

I Have Found Love and New Musical Ground – Gen. Mega Dee

[Monitor] Mega Dee is an artiste. He is now based in US where he has gone to school, at Kaplan College, and qualified as a medic. He has found love too and new musical grounds, writes Edgar R. Batte.

[Monitor] Mega Dee is an artiste. He is now based in US where he has gone to school, at Kaplan College, and qualified as a medic. He has found love too and new musical grounds, writes Edgar R. Batte.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Susan Magara Was a Down-to-Earth Person

[Monitor] Susan Magara, the 28-year old woman who was abducted in Kampala on February 7, lived a humble life despite hailing from a wealthy and influential family in Bunyoro sub-region.

[Monitor] Susan Magara, the 28-year old woman who was abducted in Kampala on February 7, lived a humble life despite hailing from a wealthy and influential family in Bunyoro sub-region.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cheeye’s Brand of Investigative Reporting Set Him Miles Apart

[Monitor] We are almost all gone. I am talking about the death of nearly a whole crop of veteran Ugandan journalists who cut their teeth on news reporting during the tough times of the late 1970s or early 1980s.

[Monitor] We are almost all gone. I am talking about the death of nearly a whole crop of veteran Ugandan journalists who cut their teeth on news reporting during the tough times of the late 1970s or early 1980s.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kayihura Not to Blame for High Crime, Says Besigye

[Monitor] The former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Party President, Dr Kizza Besigye, has asked Ugandans not to blame the Inspector General of Police, Kale kayihura, for the increasing cases of crime in the country.

[Monitor] The former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Party President, Dr Kizza Besigye, has asked Ugandans not to blame the Inspector General of Police, Kale kayihura, for the increasing cases of crime in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Teddy Ssezi Cheeye – Lion of Bold Journalism Goes to Rest

[Monitor] Teddy Ssezi Cheeye has bitten the dust, and died with his boots on. The circumstances of how he came to a sticky end are as queer as the image of a man who lived a multi-coloured life. On Thursday evening he, according to family members, took…

[Monitor] Teddy Ssezi Cheeye has bitten the dust, and died with his boots on. The circumstances of how he came to a sticky end are as queer as the image of a man who lived a multi-coloured life. On Thursday evening he, according to family members, took a stroll and a motorcyclist rode him to the grave yard, drawing a 59-year-old curtain. Speculation regarding the manner of his passing is already rife, but that is a matter for our crime experts to burn the midnight oil over.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tumukunde Praises Besigye At Burial of Rukikaire’s Son

[Monitor] The funeral of former minister Matthew Rukikaire’s son in Rukungiri on Friday set the stage for the reunion of former Bush War comrades, who have since found themselves on opposing political sides, and Security minister, Lt Gen Henry Tumukund…

[Monitor] The funeral of former minister Matthew Rukikaire's son in Rukungiri on Friday set the stage for the reunion of former Bush War comrades, who have since found themselves on opposing political sides, and Security minister, Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde, used the opportunity to praise Opposition activist Dr Kizza Besigye.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Unsolved Killings Put Spotlight On Security State

[Monitor] It appears now that every year in Uganda there will be a death or two to attract intense national attention. The common thing about such deaths is their tragic quality. It matters also when the victim is a widely known personality, or is conn…

[Monitor] It appears now that every year in Uganda there will be a death or two to attract intense national attention. The common thing about such deaths is their tragic quality. It matters also when the victim is a widely known personality, or is connected to wealth and health.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Veteran Journalist Cheeye Dies in Boda Boda Accident

[Monitor] Kampala -Veteran journalist Teddy Sseezi Cheeye and publisher of Uganda Confidential, a news magazine, was yesterday reportedly knocked dead by a speeding boda boda as he took a walk in Nakawa, Kampala suburb.

[Monitor] Kampala -Veteran journalist Teddy Sseezi Cheeye and publisher of Uganda Confidential, a news magazine, was yesterday reportedly knocked dead by a speeding boda boda as he took a walk in Nakawa, Kampala suburb.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda