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Rwanda likely to close it’s embassy in Uganda

Uganda – Rwanda relationship continues to worsen every single day that passes which is poised to affect the East African Community were both countries are member states. Uganda is on the verge of closing Rwanda’s Embassy in Kampala arguing that it’s a base of subversive activities against a sovereign state Uganda.

Intelligence has it that Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame is using the Rwanda Embassy as the headquarters of Terrorism, money laundering, political interference as he (Kagame) fights for influence in Uganda.

Bobi Wine mocks VP Ssekandi at the burial of DP legal advisor father in Masaka

Kyadondo East MP Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu popularly known as Bobi Wine mocked Uganda’s Vice president His excellency Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi at the burial of the former Buddu County Chief (Pokino) also the father to Democratic Party (DP) legal advisor who serves as Bobi Wine’s lawyer Samuel Muyizzi Kayaayu, Frederick Walukejje Mulindwa at Nkoni village in Lwengo district.

How Museveni has prepared for Bobi Wine’s ‘Get National IDs’ campaign – shocking

Nalubega K. Joan explains how President Museveni Museveni has promoted Ugandans travelling to Arab world for employment opportunities vacating their country as he regesters foreigners to vote in 2021.
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Uganda boat capsizes on Lake Albert , 4 dead,12 missing

At least 16 people are feared dead after a local boat carrying a football team capsized on Lake Albert , Ugandan police spokesperson says

The vessel was carrying close to 50 people when it sank on Sunday evening near Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth park in western Uganda.

Bobi Wine blasts People Power spy agents soliciting for money in his name, stand warned

Kyadondo East MP Kyagulanyi Robert Ssentamu popularly known as Bobi Wine has clarified information trending a cross the world where various people including government spy agents are soliciting founds in his name with a divergent agenda. Kyagulanyi who declared recently to contest with President Museveni come 2021, and received backing mainly from the youth and unemployed Ugandans is set to clampdown the network of spy agents in his People Power Movement which has pulled support from all corners of the country.

Murder: Ugandan cut into pieces in South Africa for knocking one’s Car

The Ugandan community in South Africa is mourning one of their friends Mr Steve Mukasa who was brutally murdered yesterday night at his place of work by allegedly a one South African citizen over failure to repair his car which Steve knocked last month.

Ugandan male politicians who bleach to look younger and appeal to ladies and voters

The East African Community Legislative Assembly (EALA) has debated a motion seeking to ban the importation and manufacture of products containing hydroquinone. These are cosmetics that are used by persons intending to bleach their skins to look good. During the debate at Arusha Tanzania, a lot was said in favour of the ban which include the dangers of causing cancer, mainly skin cancer.

Minister Nantaba blasts govt mafias amidst looming murder charges

Uganda state minister for Information Technology (ICT) and Kayunga Woman legislator Hon. Aidah Nantaba Erios has blasted government officials who are fighting her whom she referred to, as mafias. Minister Nantaba said that the Mafias in government are planning to kill her like the former Buyende DPC the late Muhammad Kirumira.


In South Sudan, the name of National Security is synonymous with the National Insecurity. Citizens are not at ease with them as the way they conduct themselves is something strange and intimidating. It is something strange in South Sudan to find the member of National Security or National Insecurity in plain clothes.

It is not hard to identify the members of National Security as they have a distinguished uniform and a distinguished everything. They carry guns openly as if they are national army which in most cases leaves us with one major question of the day: how truly are the members of national security of South Sudan?   

Eurovision 2019: Netherlands wins song contest

The Netherlands’ Duncan Laurence has won the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with his song Arcade.

He had been the bookmakers’ favourite to win, and came through to the top of the leaderboard with 492 points after the public vote.

The UK’s Michael Rice came bottom, after getting just three points from the public vote, and a total of 16 points for Bigger Than Us.

Forces loyal to Libya’s U.N.-backed government receive military hardware as Haftar’s tanks destroyed on Tripoli’s outskirt

A coalition of forces allied with Libya’s U.N.-backed government of national accord (GNA) said it had received a shipment of armoured vehicles and arms on Saturday as it tries to stop Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army (LNA) from taking the capital, Tripoli.

“The GNA is fostering its forces defending Tripoli with armoured vehicles, ammunition and quality weapons,” the pro-GNA coalition said on one of its Facebook page, without giving further details about the origin of the military equipment.

Missiles? BDS? Iran? Forget About Them. Israel Put Its Best Face Forward in a Eurovision That Succeeded in All Ways but One

Saturday’s broadcast showed off Israel’s most flattering side and did its part to counter the images that the world is more used to associating with Israel – war, strife and blood

In the end, Israel’s 2019 Eurovision Song Contest had everything a host country could hope for: an impressive, memorable, and professional production that not only met, but exceeded the standards of Eurovisions past, a fun-filled, food-filled “Eurovillage” on the Mediterranean shore, and an appearance by the queen of pop herself – Madonna

Uganda police stops LGBTI rights celebrations on orders of Minister Lokodo

Uganda Police on Friday 18th May 2019 deployed heavily at a local non -government organisation offices in Kampala , Chapter Four an organization working for the promotion of civil and political rights for marginalized populations and Sexual Minorities in Uganda, an umbrella organization advocating for the rights of LGBTI Ugandans and foiled the celebrations and disrupted the commemoration of the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia, 2019.

Eas Africa countries asked to embrace joint military trainings

Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF) chief of training, Maj. Gen. Willis Byarugaba, has tasked East African member states to pursue joint military trainings which he says will create a united front on combating terrorism and peace building within the region.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony of 64 officers who underwent a four months’ instructors’ course of intake 30/2019, at junior command and Staff College in Jinja district on Saturday, Byarugaba argues that, joint trainings contribute to brotherhood within the forces that will selflessly lookout for their neighbours when cases of insecurity arise.

Adjumani MPs want Jacob Oulanyah withdrawn from Apaa-Probe Committee

Members of Parliament from Adjumani district have asked the Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah to relinquish the leadership of a new committee probing the Apaa land dispute.

The dispute started in 2012 when the Adjumani district council gazetted the area as East Madi Game Reserve, a move which was opposed by authorities in Amuru district, who equally claimed rights over the same land. It has taken twists and turns over the years, resulting in loss of lives and property.

Gen Muntu set to unveil ANT party leaders on Tuesday

Former army commander Gen Gregory Mugisha Muntuyera, commonly known as Mugisha Muntu will on Tuesday unveil the leadership of his newly registered Alliance for National Transformation (ANT) party.

Since the start of the process of forming and registering a party under the auspices of the New Formation, a platform unveiled by Maj Gen (Rtd) Mugisha Muntu when he quit the Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) in September, there has been no official structure.