Don’t Gag Age Limit Debate – Justice Minister

[Observer] As debate over the yet-to-be tabled proposed amendment on the presidential age limit heats up and gets caustic every other day, Maj Gen Kahinda Otafiire has warned groups for and against the lifting of the 75 year upper age cap for president…

[Observer] As debate over the yet-to-be tabled proposed amendment on the presidential age limit heats up and gets caustic every other day, Maj Gen Kahinda Otafiire has warned groups for and against the lifting of the 75 year upper age cap for presidential candidates not to attempt to gag each other.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Benga Artist Atommy Sifa ‘Exiled’ for Anti-Raila Song

[Nation] When Luo Benga artiste Tom Mboya Ang’ang’a, best known as Atommy Sifa, produced a song in praise of President Uhuru Kenyatta together with little-known musician Tede Ja-Kenya, little did he know that the contents of the song would see him exiled.

[Nation] When Luo Benga artiste Tom Mboya Ang'ang'a, best known as Atommy Sifa, produced a song in praise of President Uhuru Kenyatta together with little-known musician Tede Ja-Kenya, little did he know that the contents of the song would see him exiled.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ugandan Pastor Who Assaulted American Wife Denied Bail

[Monitor] Gulu -Justice Vincent Okwanga, the Gulu Resident High Court judge has refused to grant bail to Pastor Benjamin Oteka, a senior pastor of Faith Centre Cathedral located Layibi Division, Gulu Municipality.

[Monitor] Gulu -Justice Vincent Okwanga, the Gulu Resident High Court judge has refused to grant bail to Pastor Benjamin Oteka, a senior pastor of Faith Centre Cathedral located Layibi Division, Gulu Municipality.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Dr Nyanzi Case – Insanity Not a Declaration – It’s a Diagnosis

[Monitor] On July 21, Makerere University researcher Dr Stella Nyanzi was back to Chief Magistrate’s Court, only for the State to object to her trial on charges of cybercrime and offensive communication.

[Monitor] On July 21, Makerere University researcher Dr Stella Nyanzi was back to Chief Magistrate's Court, only for the State to object to her trial on charges of cybercrime and offensive communication.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda