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Ousted Sudan leader Bashir makes first appearance since coup

Sudan’s former-President Omar al-Bashir has appeared in public for the first time since he was overthrown in a coup in April.

Mr Bashir was driven from a jail in the capital, Khartoum to the prosecutor’s office where he was read the corruption charges against him.

Israel first lady admits ,convicted for misuse of public funds

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara has admitted to the misuse of state funds and was ordered by a court to pay $15,000.

Netanyahu avoided a prison sentence after accepting a plea agreement. She had been accused of using some $100,000 in state funds on catering services at the prime minister’s residence, bypassing regulations that prohibit the practice if a cook is employed at the prime minister’s home.

NRM’s Ssewava mourns Tamale Mirundi’s daughter, calls for a quick report from Mengo Hospital

The National NRM Youth Coordinator Eng. Ssewava Mukasa Joseph mourns the daughter of the former president Museveni’s press secretary a veteran journalist ‘Tamale Mirundi’ as Ssewava calls for a quick medical report explaining the circumstances over the unbearable news surrounding the death of the young lady.

Typical African men: “Kenyan MP arrested for slapping female colleague

Kenyan Member of Parliament, Rashid Kassim, has been arrested after being accused of causing “actual bodily harm” to his female colleague, the Kenyan Police Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) said.

In a video circulating on social media, MP Fatuma Gedi said she was walking out of the Parliament in Nairobi Thursday morning, when she met Kassim, who she says confronted her over why she did not allocate money to his constituency.

Al Shabab roadside bomb kills 11 police officers in east Kenya

At least eight Kenyan police officers have died after their car hit a roadside bomb near the Somali border.

Eleven people were in the car when it hit the device in east Wajir county. The fate of the others is unclear.

Sad: Tamale Mirundi’s daughter dies while giving birth at Mengo Hospital

Former president press secretary a veteran journalist Tamale Mirundi’s daughter, Monica Namatovu has passed on while giving birth at Mengo Hospital.

Mirundi Namatovu is Tamale Mirundi’s mother thus, the veteran journalist gave his mother’s name to his daughter to show love to his mother.

King Mumbere cancels Queen Mother’s burial trip

On Tuesday 11th June, 2019, at exactly midday, my dearest mother, Biira Christine Mukirania breathed her last. My mother has been battling with Diabetes. Since December last year, I have been under the the emotional trauma of watching my mother waste away gradually in pain. Medical diagnosis revealed that the vessels carrying blood to the legs had significantly narrowed hence making the passage of blood hard. I have watched my mother go through a series of amputations from the toes to the thigh. Every time she went to the theatre, my heart coiled in deep pain.

Crucify the corrupt in Kenya

During the trial of Jesus Christ just before his crucifixion, Pontius Pilate gave the people a choice between Jesus the Messiah and Barabbas, a notorious thief and murderer.

“Which of the two do you want me to release to you”, he asked. “Barabbas”, the crowd shouted in unison. Pilate then asked, “What shall I do with Jesus, the Messiah?” The crowd shouted, “Crucify him!”.

Trump : ‘Iran done it,’ on two Gulf oil tanker attack

The United States on Friday blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tankers at the entrance to the Gulf and said it was seeking international consensus about the threat to shipping, despite Tehran denying involvement in the explosions at sea.

Thursday’s attacks raised fears of a confrontation in the vital oil shipping route at a time of increased tension between Iran and the United States over U.S. sanctions and military moves in the Middle East, Tehran’s proxy groups in the region and its nuclear program.

Ebola kills another person in Kasese, Uganda

 Another person who tested positive of Ebola in Kasese has died. 

The deceased is the grandmother to the five-year-old boy who succumbed to the same disease on Tuesday night. 

Dr Yusuf Baseke the Kasese District Health Officer says the old woman who has been undergoing treatment at the Ebola Treatment Unit at Bwera Hospital in Mpondwe-Lhubiriha town council died on Wednesday evening. 

King Mumbere asks court to allow him mourn mother

The Rwenzururu King, Charles Wesley Mumbere has asked court to temporarily permit him travel to Kasese to perform cultural rituals following the death of his mother, Christine Biira Mukirania.

The Rwenzururu Queen mother died on June 11th, 2019 at Kilembe Mines Hospital in Kasese District. Although the cause of death is not yet known, Nyamukama has been battling severe diabetic complications, which saw her leg amputated at Case Hospital in March 2019.

Uganda Police discover active grenades in Luweero

 Police in Luweero have recovered two grenades which are suspected to have been abandoned during the National Resistance Army war, in a discovery that has evoked fear that the area is not free of war materials.

One of the tortoise grenades was discovered on Wednesday evening at Wabitunda -Lukooge village in Katikamu sub county and Wanfuufu village in Kamira sub county all in Luweero district.

Dr Stella Nyanzi asks court to reject Makerere testimony

 Dr Stella Nyanzi has asked court to reject the testimony of Makerere University Director for Human Resource, Andrew Abunyang defending failure to reinstate her.

Nyanzi was suspended from Makerere Institute for Social Research in 2016 after a series of social media outbursts attacking the First Lady and Minister of Education and Sports, Janet Museveni.

Mobile money operators hire guards to deter gun men – Uganda Police

 The Police has advised operators of mobile money to hire private security guards.

The development comes in the wake of rampant mobile money attacks. Armed thugs have in the last three weeks shot, killed over seven mobile money and hardware operators in Kampala and its outskirts.

Rwanda parades over 20 citizens deported from Uganda, urges end to ‘illegal arrests, torture’

The Government has welcomed more than 20 Rwandans who it says were deported Wednesday from Uganda, where they had been illegally detained.

In a statement released late Wednesday, Amb. Olivier Nduhungirehe, the Minister of State in charge of the East African Community, “expressed his sympathy to the deported Rwandans and their families for the pain and difficulties they faced.”

Uganda set to repatriate Ebola patients back to DRC

Uganda is set to repatriate the five confirmed and suspected Ebola patients back to the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The five cases are all from the same family that recently travelled to DRC to attend the burial of a relative, who succumbed to the deadly virus.