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President Museveni's government, is now president of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), the largest party trying to remove Museveni from power. Muntu's one year as FDC boss has been marred by controversy, largely borne of a contentious election.
By EMMANUEL UDOM One person may have been feared killed as Ugandan police shot at a crowd in the capital Kampala, after it attacked a car carrying Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan
So, when Maj Rubaramira Ruranga, the former head of the FDC Electoral Commission, announced his defection to NRM last week, the ruling party celebrated...On Tuesday, he travelled to President Museveni's Rwakitura home with the chairperson of
In the political game of numbers, President Museveni on Monday received 400 alleged former FDC supporters from Rukungiri to bolster his NRM base with an increased figure. For this effort, Museveni committed at least Shs 245m to this group as
Angered by recent media reports suggesting that he apologised to President Museveni for opposing Brig Muhoozi Kainerugaba's alleged presidential ambitions, Brig Kasirye Gwanga in a surprise weekend interview said he's not entirely opposed to such a
They were found with snares, poisoned arrows and 40 kilogrammes of giraffe meat. In the last three months, four elephants have died from poisoned arrow wounds, while one died from snare wounds. advertisement Two most wanted poachers were among seven
Dear Kitoto, Why are most men so aggressive, deceitful, domineering, rude, and bossy?...Others have not even bought their wives, as they say nowadays after paying dowry. What right do you have to beat a fellow adult and the mother of your children?...
Rating In Summary Before Brig Ggwanga allegedly got a lease for this property which the Uganda army used as an officers' mess as it was a stone's throw-away from the President's State Lodge in the same area. But Ggwanga insists: My children have
When President Museveni called Buganda Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga for the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), in which the central government made major concessions, it took the kingdom by surprise. According to a well-placed
Once a child soldier for Joseph Kony, now an unwavering human rights activist, Helen Kwac believes she's the target of the Ugandan government's goons. It's for this reason that she keeps a low profile and uses a pseudonym...Coming out of Entebbe