Wife of Kaweesi Murder Suspect Throws Toddler at Prison Warders

[Monitor] Kampala -There was chaos at Nakawa Court this morning, as the wives and other relatives to suspects in the murder of former police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi threw their babies at prison warders. They claimed that ever since their husb…

[Monitor] Kampala -There was chaos at Nakawa Court this morning, as the wives and other relatives to suspects in the murder of former police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi threw their babies at prison warders. They claimed that ever since their husbands were arrested, life has not been the same in their homes because they were the families' sole breadwinners.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tanga-Hoima Oil Pipeline Project Tender Floated

[Daily News] Just five days after Tanzania and Uganda signed a pact to pave the way for construction of Tanga-Hoima oil pipeline, procedures are now undertaken to deploy contractor for engineering, procurement and construction management (EPcm) services.

[Daily News] Just five days after Tanzania and Uganda signed a pact to pave the way for construction of Tanga-Hoima oil pipeline, procedures are now undertaken to deploy contractor for engineering, procurement and construction management (EPcm) services.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

New Twist Emerges in Alleged Wavamuno Land Grab Case

[Monitor] Kampala -Records from the office of the Administrator General indicate that the 80-year-old woman accusing a group of city tycoons of having forged land titles to grab her land, was not one of the beneficiaries to the land in question.

[Monitor] Kampala -Records from the office of the Administrator General indicate that the 80-year-old woman accusing a group of city tycoons of having forged land titles to grab her land, was not one of the beneficiaries to the land in question.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Banks Are Stuck With Prof Mukiibi’s Cash

[Monitor] Kampala -Transactions on the bank accounts of St Lawrence Schools and Colleges have been paralysed because the institutions’ founder Lawrence Mukiibi, who died abruptly on Sunday, was the only principal signatory, officials and his family con…

[Monitor] Kampala -Transactions on the bank accounts of St Lawrence Schools and Colleges have been paralysed because the institutions' founder Lawrence Mukiibi, who died abruptly on Sunday, was the only principal signatory, officials and his family confirmed yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda