BRUSSELS - The Deputy Speaker of the Ugandan Parliament Thomas Tayebwa has rallied developing countries to jointly reject what he described as unfair trade and deceitful practices orchestrated by the European Union against others countries.
According to ASP Faridah Nampiima, the Traffic Police Spokesperson, On February 19, the Territorial Police in Bugiri registered a fatal accident along the Tororo-Iganga Highway at around 11am. The accident involved a Toyota Land Cruiser Registration Number UP 8517 which was leading the convoy of the Inspector General of Police, and a motorcycle Bajaj Boxer, Registration Number UEF 098H, which was being ridden by a one Yunusu Mukose, a 32-year old resident of Mukuba zone in Bugiri Municipality.
The Anglican Bishop of West Ankole Diocese Johnson Twinomujuni has been airlifted to Nakasero Hospital in the capital Kampala, reports indicate. Bishop Twinomujuni, who was installed as West Ankole Bishop in 2017, was reportedly admitted in Nakasero Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in critical condition.
KAMPALA - The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Thomas Tayebwa has on Monday, February 06, 2023, flagged off a 225km road safety awareness walk where Mr. Joseph Beyanga, will be walking from Kampala to Mbale City.
National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Acting Managing Director (MD) Patrick Ayota and Board Chairman Peter Kimbowa on Monday, March 13, 2023, led the Fund's Executive Committee to respond to the adopted parliament select committee report on the state of affairs at the Fund.
The spokesperson of Uganda's national army, the UPDF, and the leader of the country's main opposition party have, as expected, offered conflicting views on the issue of the torture of Eric Mwesigwa, an activist of the National Unity Platform (NUP). The following are statements from Brig Felix Kulayigye and Robert Kyagulanyi on Mwesigwa's torture issue and alleged NUP drones in a crossfire in which state security and political opposition exchange blame: