Kaweesi Murder Suspect Abuses Nakawa Magistrate

[Observer] One of eight people who were yesterday committed to the High court for trial in the Andrew Felix Kaweesi murder case lost his cool and insulted Nakawa grade one magistrate, Noah Sajjabi.

[Observer] One of eight people who were yesterday committed to the High court for trial in the Andrew Felix Kaweesi murder case lost his cool and insulted Nakawa grade one magistrate, Noah Sajjabi.

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Age Limit Amendment Is ‘Unconstitutional’

[Observer] I have read Senior Counsel Peter Mulira’s thought-provoking article titled Constitution should not be tampered with by politicians in Daily Monitor of October 17, 2017.

[Observer] I have read Senior Counsel Peter Mulira's thought-provoking article titled Constitution should not be tampered with by politicians in Daily Monitor of October 17, 2017.

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Dropped NSSF Boss Runs to Museveni

[Observer] In a last-ditch bid to save her job and name, Geraldine Ssali Busuulwa, the outgoing deputy managing director of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF), has sought the intervention of President Museveni.

[Observer] In a last-ditch bid to save her job and name, Geraldine Ssali Busuulwa, the outgoing deputy managing director of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF), has sought the intervention of President Museveni.

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Shoprite Prepares to Control Retail Market

[Observer] As Nakumatt Holdings Limited struggles for a lifeline in a financially-constrained market, Shoprite supermarket is adopting a new expansion plan to boost its presence.

[Observer] As Nakumatt Holdings Limited struggles for a lifeline in a financially-constrained market, Shoprite supermarket is adopting a new expansion plan to boost its presence.

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For Poor People, Justice Is Denied or Delayed, Says Report

[Observer] Corruption and poverty, according to a new report, are the leading reasons why thousands of Ugandans languish in prison having failed to get timely justice in courts of law.

[Observer] Corruption and poverty, according to a new report, are the leading reasons why thousands of Ugandans languish in prison having failed to get timely justice in courts of law.

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Forex Bureaus Likely Vehicles for Terrorist Cash Transit

[Observer] A substantial amount of money could be channeled through forex bureaus to finance terrorist activities, according to a national risk assessment report on money laundering and terrorist financing, writes JEFF MBANGA.

[Observer] A substantial amount of money could be channeled through forex bureaus to finance terrorist activities, according to a national risk assessment report on money laundering and terrorist financing, writes JEFF MBANGA.

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