• Parliament to probe liquidation of several commercial banks

    Parliament’s committee on commissions, statutory and state Enterprises is upbeat, the special audit it sanctioned about operations of Bank of Uganda will unearth the source of the current conflict in the central Bank. The committee instituted an audit two months ago to understand how the central bank had handled liquidation

  • MPs to ascertain severity of nodding disease

    A section of members of parliament are on Wednesday set to travel to northern Uganda on a fact finding tour about the severity of the nodding disease syndrome in the region. The trip follows the suspension of plenary sittings by the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah on Friday morning

  • IGP Ochola transfers over 23 senior police officers

    The Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Ochola reshuffles over twenty officers and assigned them new duties. Among the notable reshuffles are , assistant Inspector of Police Abas Byakagaba who has been transferred from Oil and gas to Counter Terrorism as the directorate, senior commissioner of police Stephen Tanui from

  • Businessman Abid Alam quizzed again by land probe over torture

    Businessman Abid Alam has been questioned by the Land Probe Commission over allegations of torturing residents of seven villages in Mubende District.  This follows several pieces of evidence by the victims, who pinned him for attacking and inflicting on them grave injuries with the help of guns and hot pangas

  • Former MP Kipoi charged before General court martial

    Former MP Tonny Kipoi Nsubuga has been charged before the General court martial in Makindye with offenses relating to security. Prosecution says between November 2012 and December 2013, while in diverse Districts in Uganda,   he convened meetings to recruit soldiers with an intention of prejudice the security of the  Defence Forces. He has

  • Oboi accounts for 100 days in office

    FDC party president Patrick Amuriat Oboi accounts for his first 100 days in office that he assumed from Gen Mugisha Muntu on 1st December. Addressing the media at the party headquarters, Amuriat said focusing on the 4 pillars of party cohesion, revitalization of party structures, women and youth development, he