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Uganda slaps ban on sports betting

Uganda President Museveni has ordered that no new sports betting company should be licensed to operate in Uganda and licences for the existing betting companies should not be renewed.


Uganda’s Minister of State for Finance in charge of Planning, Mr David Bahati, revealed this in Kabale when he said the President gave the directive because sports betting companies have diverted the attention of youth from hard work.

Bobi Wine is first East African to perform at Rebel Salute in Jamaica

Bobi Wine while on stage in Jamaica
My name is Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu. They call me Bobi. However back in school, they called me Wine because they believed that the older I got, the better I became…just like wine!!” Uganda has been well represented
#RebelSalute2019

En-route to Jamaica

Photos: Bobi Wine in Jamaica

Bbi Wine performed over the weekend and Bobi Wine had this to share This is how #RebelSalute2019 went down last night, in Jamaica. I am immensely humbled by the opportunity to represent Uganda and Africa on such a platform. It was an honor to meet and interact with the legends of reggae music for generations. Most of the music on that stage was conacious music. I feel re energised by the sounds of freedom that reverberated from the show to the world.

Singer Fille in bad health following reported drug abuse

Ugandan musician Known as Fille is another victim destined for a rehab and our reliable sources have confirmed this new development .

 The Kizunguzungu singer who’s at their rented apartment in areas of Ntinda with pencil skin husband to follow Bunnamwaya Rehabilitation Centre in Uganda for drug misuse.

UPDF Troops Welcomed from Equatorial Guinea and Somalia

The Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) of the Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF), General David Muhoozi yesterday welcomed back 248 UPDF troops who were part of the second Uganda Military Training and Mentoring Team in Equatorial Guinea and 2,400 troops of Uganda’s 23rd Battle Group to Somalia.

The function was held at UPDF Peace Support Operation and Training Center in Nakaseke District.

General Muhoozi commended the troops for raising the Ugandan flag high in the foreign missions from where they just returned after serving for one year.

Controversial Police officer SP Baguma bounces back

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Okoth Ochola has redeployed Superintendent of Police Aaron Baguma after more than two years of serving a suspension. Aaron Baguma the former Divisional Police Commander (DPC), Kampala Central Police Station was suspended in July 2016 to answer charges of murder.

Museveni attends AU meeting on Congo poll

President Museveni yesterday attended the high level consultative meeting that discussed the crisis arising from the December 30 Democratic Republic of Congo presidential elections.


The consultative meeting of selected heads of state, most of them from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) to which DRC is a member, was called by the African Union chairman Paul Kagame.
Details of what was discussed and resolved in the meeting were still scanty by press time.

Uganda’s Musicians indirectly asked government to set laws regulating them – Sam Evidence

By Sam Evidence Orikunda.

I have seen discussions on different social media platforms about the bill that government is yet to introduce in Parliament regulating musicians and comedians in Uganda. Different people are arguing that these laws are Targeting different individuals and some musicians are vowing to fight these regulations which will be difficult to them of course.

One of the remarkable achievements of President Museveni has been creating a free environment for anyone to work and be rich. Ugandans are fully aware that any citizens is free to do anything that can bring income to him without facing any Political difficulties and most Young Ugandans have taken advantage of this and they’re filthy rich. People who have tested this and perhaps tried business in other countries will tell you that Uganda is a heaven on Earth.

Uganda police bans National Jumma special prayers

Police has banned prayers organised by the parliamentary Imam for not seeking permission from the Uganda Muslim council, the governing body for Muslim faith.

CP Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson said in a statement this morning, that the National Jumaa special prayers that were to be held at Kololo Independence grounds would not take place, advising the organizer to sort their issues with the UMC.

Malpratices as Uneb withholds results of 460 Kampala candidates

By URN

Uganda National Examination Board (Uneb) has withheld results of 461 candidates who sat for the 2018 Primary Leaving Examination (PLE) in seven schools in Kampala city.

 The affected schools are; King Fahad Islamic Primary School (177 candidates), Starleans Primary School (23 candidates), Kawempe Mbogo Primary School (43 candidates), Moslem Girls Primary School (45 candidates), Faiha Primary School Mpererwe (38 candidates), Makindye Mother Care Primary School (99 candidates) and Kyagwe Road Primary School (35 candidates). 

Whisper Eye IT expert scores aggregate 8 in PLE

Carreti Media group a parent company of whisper eye has been boosted after one of its young talent and IT experts Jack Aaron scored aggregate 8 in Uganda Primary Leaving Examination at Global Junior School in Mukono district.

The delighted young man who has picked passion for designing websites and programming when he was 7 years old his delighted to pursue further education and become a graduate in science and technology.

FDC’s Muwada Nkunyingi Asiyah Kids Primary school score only first grades

Former Kyadondo East contestant lawyer Muwada Nkunyingi who has so far been busy building schools in his area of Kiteezi was full of joy this evening after his school’s excellent performance in the just released PLE exams for 2018 exams.

Moses Kasibante in panic as Bobi Wine’s James Mubiru moves to take over Lubaga North Parliamentary seat 2021

Opposition strongman Hon Kasibanate Moses is in panic following great moves to take over his seat come 2021 . Uganda Young Democrats (UYD) member who is a proposed and a darling of people power movement in Lubaga mainly the young people and women consider Mr James Mubiru who is already in high preparation to defeat Kizza Besigye ‘s diehard supporter come 2021 elections.

Kenya hotel siege over, militants and at least 21 victims dead

Kenyan security forces have killed all the Somali militants who stormed an upscale Nairobi hotel compound, taking at least 21 lives and forcing hundreds of people into terrifying escapes, the government said on Wednesday.

Fifty people believed to have been in the complex remained unaccounted for on Wednesday afternoon, the Kenya Red Cross said, raising the possibility of a much higher final death toll.

Political Sergeant music barred from drinking places

Police in Kyotera district has banned bars and other public places within the district from playing the Kyandondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine’s two hit songs Kyarenga and Tuliyambala Engule.

Following the ‘Kyagulanyi and People Power’ effect that is still puzzling state organs, bars within Kyotera district have been ordered to stop playing the two songs which police claim are making people become violent.

I Am back for my position — Jackie Chandiru claims warning Sheebah

Jackie Chandiru was sent to rehab for sometime and was discharged after completing her rehabilitation.

Few years ago, songstress and self proclaimed ‘Queen Of The Nile’ Jackie Chandiru had taken Ugandan music industry by storm with mega hits like, ‘Gold digger’ that topped chats allover Uganda.

However she was addicted to drugs that eventually saw her varnish from the limelight only to steal headlines for her worrying health state that forced many to pronounce her dead on several occasions.