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Museveni Promises To Hunt Down Col. Ibrahim Abiriga Killers In The Shortest Time Possible!

The President of Uganda, H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni on learning about the death of his strong Supporter Col. Ibrahim Abiriga has come out and assured the country about how has already sent a team to hunt down the killers. “I have received news about the senseless killing of Arua Municipality MP, Hon Ibrahim Abiriga, and his bodyguard on the city’s …

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Police Rolls Out Traffic Map Ahead Of Uganda Martyrs’ Day Celebrations.

The police has today revealed the respective routes and parking space for the pilgrims who are  going to visit Namugongo on  Sunday 3RD June 2018 in their dignitaries. While addressing the media today at Namugongo the Kampala metropolitan traffic commander Norman  Musinga  revealed some of the road diversions including Naalya ,Kireka ,Kiira ,Bwoyogerere and Seeta among others. Musinga also said …

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Member Of Parliament Breaks Leg In Terrible Kiryandongo Accident!

Erute North Member of parliament; Charles Angiro Gutmoi Abacacon was last night involved in a terrible accident towards Karuma Dam. The member of parliament was rushed to Kiryandongo from where he has been transferred to Kampala early this morning. Police reveals that Hon.Charles’ Noah was driving his Car, registration number; UAV 039G and collided with a FUSO track; UAJ 730U. The …

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Fast Moving Train Rams Into A Trailer Along PortBell Road.

An fast moving Uganda Railways Corporation (URC) passenger train hit a trailer, registration number KCA 351V rammed into a trailer yesterday(Friday) at around 8PM as the trailer was crossing the railway, however no life was lost. The trailer that was knocked down by the train which was  coming from Kampala passing via  Wakonko region  port bell  road and this accident  made …

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All tax drivers will follow what was discussed in the meeting with president Museveni.- Association Chairman.

After rumor circulating that some of the taxi drivers in Kampala  have vowed not pay the money they agree upon earlier on in a meeting, Mustafa Mayambala, the chairman of Drivers and Conductors Central Association (DACCA) has come out to clear the airwaves. In his words Mayambala says, “All tax drivers will follow what was discussed about in the meeting …

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