Singers Should Conduct Themselves Appropriately

[Monitor] Early this week, the country woke up to the news that singer Moses Sekibogo, alias Mowzey Radio, was battling for his life at Case Hospital. As expected, various social media accounts detailed the cause of his predicament before police confir…

[Monitor] Early this week, the country woke up to the news that singer Moses Sekibogo, alias Mowzey Radio, was battling for his life at Case Hospital. As expected, various social media accounts detailed the cause of his predicament before police confirmed that he had been injured in a bar brawl in Entebbe.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Niger Delta Leaders Plead With Avengers to Call Off Threat

[Guardian] The Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) yesterday convened an emergency meeting to address the rising tension in the region, particularly the threat by the Niger Delta Avengers to commence “operation zero economy” and to ground oil related activi…

[Guardian] The Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) yesterday convened an emergency meeting to address the rising tension in the region, particularly the threat by the Niger Delta Avengers to commence "operation zero economy" and to ground oil related activities in Delta State.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

47 Years Later – How We Saw Uganda’s First Military Coup

[Monitor] When Uganda’s first military coup took place 47 years ago, today (January 25), Edward Ochwo was a Clerk to Parliament, Charles Byekwaso was a civil servant with Radio Uganda, while Abasi Mukasa was a Primary One pupil at Nsambya Railways Prim…

[Monitor] When Uganda's first military coup took place 47 years ago, today (January 25), Edward Ochwo was a Clerk to Parliament, Charles Byekwaso was a civil servant with Radio Uganda, while Abasi Mukasa was a Primary One pupil at Nsambya Railways Primary School.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cabinet Okays Bill to Empower Judiciary

[Monitor] Kampala -Cabinet on Monday endorsed the long awaited Judiciary Administration Bill, which guarantees the independence of the Judiciary as the third arm of the State under the doctrine of separation of powers.

[Monitor] Kampala -Cabinet on Monday endorsed the long awaited Judiciary Administration Bill, which guarantees the independence of the Judiciary as the third arm of the State under the doctrine of separation of powers.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda