Govt At Crossroads Over ‘Bloody’ Apaa Land Violence

[Monitor] Gulu -In April 2015, elderly women in Apaa Parish, Paboo Sub-county in Amuru District undressed before the then Lands minister, Mr Daudi Migereko, and former Internal Affairs minister, the late Gen Aronda Nyakairima, protesting government’s c…

[Monitor] Gulu -In April 2015, elderly women in Apaa Parish, Paboo Sub-county in Amuru District undressed before the then Lands minister, Mr Daudi Migereko, and former Internal Affairs minister, the late Gen Aronda Nyakairima, protesting government's compulsory demarcation of the boundary between Amuru and Adjumani districts.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Dealers Pronounce Living Landlords Dead – Land Probe

[Monitor] Luweero -The Commission of Inquiry into land acquisition and management headed by Justice Catherine Bamugemereire has established that some unscrupulous land dealers in Luweero District pronounce some landlords dead with intent to transfer th…

[Monitor] Luweero -The Commission of Inquiry into land acquisition and management headed by Justice Catherine Bamugemereire has established that some unscrupulous land dealers in Luweero District pronounce some landlords dead with intent to transfer their land titles into other people's names.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cranes Keeping Eye On the Prize

[Monitor] Kampala -Five more Nations Cup qualifying matches, with the next coming in March next year, and this is all over, again. From those, only a maximum of 15 points can be accrued. Yet, the crucial 1-0 victory over Cape Verde in Praia City at the…

[Monitor] Kampala -Five more Nations Cup qualifying matches, with the next coming in March next year, and this is all over, again. From those, only a maximum of 15 points can be accrued. Yet, the crucial 1-0 victory over Cape Verde in Praia City at the weekend was so priceless it left Uganda Cranes needing just nine more points from the available 15 to confirm a second successive Nations Cup finals slot in Cameroon 2019.

source: AllAfrica News: Cape Verde

Amnesty Fails to Give 6,000 Ex-Rebels Resettlement Package

[Monitor] Gulu -For the last eight years, the Amnesty Commission has not given resettlement packages to a total of 6,500 former members of insurgent groups who have denounced rebellion.

[Monitor] Gulu -For the last eight years, the Amnesty Commission has not given resettlement packages to a total of 6,500 former members of insurgent groups who have denounced rebellion.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda