Priest’s Mystery Death – Court Orders Fresh Autopsy, Exhumation

[Monitor] Kampala -Police are set to exhume the remains of Catholic priest Peter Bwayo after a court in Mbale ordered fresh autopsy to ascertain his cause of death amid claims of “treasure” in the grave.

[Monitor] Kampala -Police are set to exhume the remains of Catholic priest Peter Bwayo after a court in Mbale ordered fresh autopsy to ascertain his cause of death amid claims of "treasure" in the grave.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Evans Sues Police for N1bn Over Sealing of His Property

[Vanguard] Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, popularly known as Evans, the alleged kidnap kingpin yesterday, filled a fresh N1 billion suit before a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, against the Police over alleged unlawful sealing of his property in Lagos.

[Vanguard] Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, popularly known as Evans, the alleged kidnap kingpin yesterday, filled a fresh N1 billion suit before a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, against the Police over alleged unlawful sealing of his property in Lagos.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Benue – Buhari ‘Queries’ IGP, Idris for ‘Flouting His Order’

[Vanguard] The presidency on Tuesday summoned the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, for questioning over why he breached President Muhammadu Buhari’s order to relocate to Benue following the January 1 killings in the state.

[Vanguard] The presidency on Tuesday summoned the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, for questioning over why he breached President Muhammadu Buhari's order to relocate to Benue following the January 1 killings in the state.

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Why Buhari Rejected Assent to Polls Re-Ordering Bill

[Vanguard] Strong indications emerged yesterday that another crisis may be looming between the Presidency and the legislative arm of government, as President Muhammadu Buhari has written the Senate, declining assent to the new amendment to the Electora…

[Vanguard] Strong indications emerged yesterday that another crisis may be looming between the Presidency and the legislative arm of government, as President Muhammadu Buhari has written the Senate, declining assent to the new amendment to the Electoral Act, which seeks to re-order the sequence of polls during 2019 general elections.

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Vote Mwiru and Shame Court, Besigye Tells Jinja East Voters

[Monitor] Former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) President, Kizza Besigye yesterday urged Jinja East residents to vote Paul Mwiru in Thursday’s by-election as a way of showing him ‘justice’.

[Monitor] Former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) President, Kizza Besigye yesterday urged Jinja East residents to vote Paul Mwiru in Thursday's by-election as a way of showing him 'justice'.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Sick Ruling Party MP Better Than Active Opposition MP – Museveni

[Monitor] President Yoweri Museveni has said a sick Member of Parliament (MP) from the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party is better than an active opposition MP.

[Monitor] President Yoweri Museveni has said a sick Member of Parliament (MP) from the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party is better than an active opposition MP.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Broadcaster to Appeal Award to Opposition’s Besigye

[Monitor] Kampala -The Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) has filed its intention to appeal the High Court judgment which ordered it to pay Shs80m to former FDC presidential candidate Kizza Besigye for not broadcasting his election campaign messages…

[Monitor] Kampala -The Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) has filed its intention to appeal the High Court judgment which ordered it to pay Shs80m to former FDC presidential candidate Kizza Besigye for not broadcasting his election campaign messages, which his party had paid for.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cabinet to Decide On Civil Servants’ Pay Raise Today

[Monitor] Kampala -Cabinet will today sit to decide on the salary increment for civil servants. The decision comes at a time when civil servants are demanding 100 per cent pay raise, while government has stuck to its 5 per cent increment proposal.

[Monitor] Kampala -Cabinet will today sit to decide on the salary increment for civil servants. The decision comes at a time when civil servants are demanding 100 per cent pay raise, while government has stuck to its 5 per cent increment proposal.

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36% of Girls Have One Baby, Says Envoy

[Guardian] About 36 per cent of Nigerian girls from ages 15 to 19 have at least one baby. The British Deputy High Commissioner in Lagos, Laure Beaufils, disclosed this yesterday.She spoke at the formal launch of “Educating Nigerian Girls In New Enterpr…

[Guardian] About 36 per cent of Nigerian girls from ages 15 to 19 have at least one baby. The British Deputy High Commissioner in Lagos, Laure Beaufils, disclosed this yesterday.She spoke at the formal launch of "Educating Nigerian Girls In New Enterprises (ENGINE II)."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria