Daily Archives: September 6, 2018

35 yr old South Sudan refugee shot dead in Moyo district

By Icega Isaac Andi

A 35 year old South Sudanese refugee has been shot dead on Monday night by a suspected fellow refugee in Palorinya resettlement Camp, Moyo district.

Moyo district secure 2 trophies, 27 medals in the national championship

By Icega Isaac Andi

Moyo district has managed to secure two trophies and 27 medals in this year’s National Primary ballgame battle held in Kaberamaido district.

Uganda spokesperson Ofwono Opondo rubbishes Bobi Wine claims

Government spokesperson Mr Ofwono Opondo says if Bobi Wine was tortured or injected with unknown substances, as is being claimed, he should quickly return to Uganda to raise those

Political Sergeant Bobi Wine calls on youth to stand up for rights

Kyadondo East Member of Parliament MP Robert Kyagulanyi popular known as Bobi Wine, has vowed to continue the struggle for freedom in Uganda

19 year old Afghan shot in Amsterdam

A 19-year-old Afghan who stabbed two American tourists in Amsterdam was shot just nine seconds after he launched his attack, the city’s police chief has revealed.

South Sudan soldiers ‘guilty of rape and murder’

A court in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, has convicted 10 soldiers of raping aid workers and murdering a journalist.

The trial concerned a July 2016 attack on Juba’s Terrain Hotel,

Kenya to deport Chinese man over ‘racism’

The Kenyan authorities have detained a Chinese national after he was caught on film talking about Kenyans in derogatory terms, Kenya’s immigration department has tweeted

Political Sergeant Bobi Wine to hold press conference today

Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine is reportedly set to hold a press conference in Washington DC at 5pm on Thursday

Alleged Uganda homosexual ‘Nyege Nyege’ festival on

All is set today for the 2018 edition of Nyege Nyege music festival at Nile Discovery on the banks of River Nile in Buikwe District.

Al-Bashir, Museveni discuss South Sudan peace process

Sudanese President Omer al-Bashir and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni Wednesday discussed the South Sudan peace process in a meeting held on the sidelines of

President Museveni lashes at human right defenders

President Museveni has lashed out at people claiming to be human rights defenders saying most of them are being used to achieve imperialists’ interests by reporting Uganda in bad light.

India ‘s court okays gay sex

In a historic verdict, India’s Supreme Court ruled that gay sex is no longer a criminal offense in the country.

The ruling overturns a 2013 judgment that upheld a colonial-era law