Rwanika Was Patriotic, Diligent Servant – Museveni

[Monitor] Kabale -The body of the deceased former permanent secretary in the Ministry of Local Government and also the former Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) president, Mr Christopher Rwanika, was last Friday laid to rest at his ancest…

[Monitor] Kabale -The body of the deceased former permanent secretary in the Ministry of Local Government and also the former Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) president, Mr Christopher Rwanika, was last Friday laid to rest at his ancestral home in Kahondo Maziba Sub-county, Kabale District.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Opposition Will Take Election Laws Row to Court, Says Kilonzo

[Nation] After losing to the ruling Jubilee Party in a duel to amend election laws, an opposition senator on Sunday said they will now concentrate on battling the controversial legislation through courts and other constitutional avenues.

[Nation] After losing to the ruling Jubilee Party in a duel to amend election laws, an opposition senator on Sunday said they will now concentrate on battling the controversial legislation through courts and other constitutional avenues.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

President Visits Ailing Football Legeng Kadenge

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Football legend Joe Kadenge finally got his wish of meeting and having a chat with President Uhuru Kenyatta, as the Head of State visited him at his South B home on Sunday evening.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Football legend Joe Kadenge finally got his wish of meeting and having a chat with President Uhuru Kenyatta, as the Head of State visited him at his South B home on Sunday evening.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

2017 – Will Uganda Still Live Like a Drunkard?

[Monitor] Last Sunday, partly in amusement, I listed some basic needs and simple luxuries on which ordinary people spend small amounts of money at a time; a cumulative process that, almost by stealth, leaves them always navigating the border of mere ‘s…

[Monitor] Last Sunday, partly in amusement, I listed some basic needs and simple luxuries on which ordinary people spend small amounts of money at a time; a cumulative process that, almost by stealth, leaves them always navigating the border of mere 'survival'.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Councillors Want Town Clerk Fired

[Monitor] Kapchorwa -One of the youngest municipalities in Uganda, Kapchorwa, is grappling with leadership challenges after councillors mooted a plan to throw out the acting town clerk, Mr Moses Otimong, over alleged abuse of office.

[Monitor] Kapchorwa -One of the youngest municipalities in Uganda, Kapchorwa, is grappling with leadership challenges after councillors mooted a plan to throw out the acting town clerk, Mr Moses Otimong, over alleged abuse of office.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Is Parliament Being Bad-Mouthed to Serve Museveni’s Power Game?

[Monitor] Sometime in August last year, a group of MPs met President Museveni at State House Entebbe to discuss, among other things, the controversial matter of the car grant for each member of the 10th Parliament.

[Monitor] Sometime in August last year, a group of MPs met President Museveni at State House Entebbe to discuss, among other things, the controversial matter of the car grant for each member of the 10th Parliament.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Muslims Fell Out With Muteesa I

[Monitor] Christian martyrs have been celebrated a lot in Uganda and their day is commemorating by hundreds of thousands. Unfortunately, little is said about the close to 100 Muslim martyrs who were killed in Namugongo.

[Monitor] Christian martyrs have been celebrated a lot in Uganda and their day is commemorating by hundreds of thousands. Unfortunately, little is said about the close to 100 Muslim martyrs who were killed in Namugongo.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Gulu Runs Out of Drugs for Red Eyes

[Monitor] Gulu -Gulu District is facing an acute shortage of drugs meant for treating patients suffering from conjunctivitis also known as red eyes, a situation likely to pose hurdles in combating spread of the highly transmissible eye disease.

[Monitor] Gulu -Gulu District is facing an acute shortage of drugs meant for treating patients suffering from conjunctivitis also known as red eyes, a situation likely to pose hurdles in combating spread of the highly transmissible eye disease.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda