2016 Electoral Commission

At least 20,000 “Ghost Voters” in Uganda Voter Register

At least 20,000 “ghost voters” in Uganda’s voter register ahead of February 8 Presidential Elections. With just about 9 days to the 2016 presidential elections,...
End Uganda Police Brutality

End to Police Brutality – Ugandans Demand

To The Ministry of Internal Affairs The Speaker of Uganda Parliament The Inspector General of Police The Uganda Human Rights Commission RE: POLICE BRUTALITY AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AHEAD...

Uganda is Debt Sustainable – Says Finance Ministry

Four Uganda’s representatives to the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) have picked nomination forms to vie for the post of speaker for the assembly. The...
Uganda Electricity

30,000 to Get Free Power Connections

Up to 30, 000 households are to be connected to the electricity grid over the next 12 months ‘free of charge’. To that end, the...
Kibuule Must Resign

#Kibuule Must Resign – Youth Affairs Minister encourages rape!

In the Daily Monitor of 24th September, Youth Affairs Minister Ronald Kibuule went on record with the notion that women dressed indecently have asked...
Daily Monitor Closure

Daily Monitor Reopens After Police Closure

We are back. That’s how the Daily Monitor newspaper re-arrived in the market on May 31st. For 11 days since May 20th, the police had...
Ugandan Media

How Ugandan Media Houses Let Down Ugandans

In the last few days, Ugandan media houses involving Daily Monitor, Red Pepper, K-FM and Dembe FM has suffered closure by Uganda Police and...

Un-Answered Questions on Freedom of Speech

As I write this the proverbial media siege that has rocked Kampala and the Ugandan news for over 12 days now has been lifted....
Aljazeera Journalists FLeeing Uganda Polic

Uganda Media Siege Protested Worldwide

His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni President of the Republic of Uganda State House P. O. Box 25497,
Kampala,
UGANDA. Fax: +256 414 235 462 info@statehouse.go.ug 27 May 2013 Your Excellency, We are writing on...

Uganda Among World’s Six Fastest Growing Nations

The United Nations (UN) report on worldwide human development has recognised Uganda among the six fastest growing countries in the world, owing to high...
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