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Snake scare drives people in panic during Museveni’s rally in Kassanda district

 

Mr. Yoweri Museveni’s rally in the newly-created Kassanda district on Friday was momentarily interrupted by chaos and panic following an alarm by a group of women over a snake.

Museveni had visited the district to deliver a financial literacy talk to youth groups as they celebrated the first district’s Youth Day on Friday afternoon at Kikandwa UMEA playground. A section of women at the rally reportedly saw a snake, slithering towards them and set off an alarm that triggered a scuffle in the audience.

CIA confirm Saudi Prince Mo hammed Salmon ordered kill of Khashoggi

CIA concluded that Saudi Prince Mohamed bin Salman ordered Khashoggi killed
The CIA has reportedly concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman personally ordered the hit on journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
“The accepted position is that there is no way this happened without him being aware or involved,” said a US official
Intelligence agents looked at multiple sources of evidence when coming to their assessment, according to the newspaper, whom Khashoggi worked for as a columnist.

Democrat Adrew Gillum admits defeat by Republican DeSantis

Democrat Andrew Gillum conceded the Florida governor’s race to Republican Ron DeSantis Saturday, offering his congratulations in a message to whisper eye.

Hillary 2020? This Associate Says Don’t Count Her Out

Hold the phone. According to some respectable polls, Hillary Clinton has a 75-percent approval rating with Democrats. You’re thinking that can’t possibly be true. After all, the progressives have made it perfectly clear that everything wrong is her fault.

Israel troops killed while planting devices in Hamas

The IDF’s apparently attempted to plant listening devices during the botched IDF raid in Khan Yunis last week, a senior Hamas official said Saturday.

Five Lira gunshot victims airlifted to Mulago

The gunshot victims have been identified as Felix Okello, Innocent Odongo, Nelson Ocen, Jasper Ocen and Bernard Odyek. Jasper Ocen is a resident of Ayer Sub-county in Kole District; Okello, Odongo, and Nelson Ocen are all residents of Alito Sub-county (Kole)

Militia shot dead seven Ugandan fishermen on Lake Albert

By URN
Seven Ugandan fishermen have reportedly been shot dead by Congolese militiamen on the Lake Albert.
Authorities say the attack happened Saturday evening near Kaiso Landing site in Buseruka Sub County, Hoima District.
The deceased are all fishermen attached to Kaiso landing site. One other person was injured in the attack and is now admitted to Hoima Regional Referral Hospital.

It is alleged that the fishermen were attacked by suspected DRC Militiamen as they went to search for the body of one of their colleagues who was reportedly cut into pieces and dumped into the Lake by the same group on Monday.

Stella Nyanzi: the formidable feminist foe Museveni has failed to silence

Dr Stella Nyanzi, a queer feminist writer, activist and Research Fellow at the Makerere Institute for Social Research in Uganda, has been imprisoned in Uganda for allegedly insulting President Yoweri Museveni on social media.

Nyanzi has been charged with “cyber harassment and offensive communication” under the country’s Computer Misuse Act of 2011. She was arrested after she published a provocative poem on her Facebook page on September 16, the day after the president’s 74th birthday. It expressed the view that Uganda would have been better off had Museveni died at birth.

South African minister resigns after sex video scandal

South Africa’s embattled Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has resigned two weeks after a video of him masturbating was widely circulated online.

A statement from the presidency said Mr Gigaba – a senior member of the governing African National Congress – was “stepping aside for the sake of our country and the movement to which he belongs”.

Zimbabwe: One year since Robert Mugabe’s ousting

By AFP

HARARE,

Some Zimbabweans dared to hope that the fall of long-time authoritarian leader Robert Mugabe a year ago would finally bring change after years of economic decline, corruption, and repression.

But the last 12 months have been tough, with few signs of Zimbabwe emerging into a new era.

Police fired bullets to disperse rowdy mourners of child killed by Indians in Lira

Rioters lit fire in the middle of the road following the violent send off of a child in Kole District reportedly killed at the hands of two Indian nationals.

President Museveni calls upon youth to join Albertine Bursary Scheme

President Yoweri Museveni has urged the people of Bunyoro Sub-Region in Western Uganda to encourage their children to join the Albertine Bursary Scheme in order to enable the youth acquire skills that will help them access employment both locally and internationally. He also called on them not to be misled by those talking only about oil.

The President made the remarks on Thursday while launching the Albertine Region Sustainable Development Project (ARSDP) Bursary Scheme at the Boma grounds in Hoima Municipality, Hoima District.