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Day: February 13, 2021

Allan King Mandela laid to Rest

Allan King Mandela laid to Rest

FEATURED, GOSSIP, NEWS
Allan Mandela who was killed by the girl friend Loyce Mbaine Tihainomwangire has been laid to rest at his ancestral home in kashari. Hunter FM located in Rwentuuha is owned by Igara East MP Hon. Micheal Mawanda. Loyce Mbaine has confessed to murdering her boyfriend Allan King Mandela; a Sports presenter attached to Bushenyi based Radio Station Hunter FM. Mbaine who by herself called police to rescue her from angry neighbors who were about to lynch her for killing the boyfriend told police why she killed Mandela. Loyce who has been working with another radio station BFM as a receptionist in Bushenyi is said to have been depressed for a couple of weeks after testing positive for HIV. Tihainomwangire and Allan Mandela King Mateeka aka Sports Master Mateeka were in a...
Car bomb Explosion leaves Many Dead Near Parliament.

Car bomb Explosion leaves Many Dead Near Parliament.

FEATURED, NEWS, Politics
At least three people have been killed and eight others wounded after a car bomb exploded near a checkpoint close to the Somali parliament headquarters in the capital Mogadishu. A security official and witnesses reported the explosion on Saturday as the explosive-laden vehicle passed through a security checkpoint causing security forces to open fire. The car exploded close to another checkpoint at the Sayidka junction, according to local media and police sources. “The police were chasing the hostile vehicle after spotting it a few kilometres away from where it exploded,” security official Abdirahman Mohamed told the AFP news agency. “Three civilians died according to the information we have received so far and eight others are wounded,” he said. “The police opened fire on the...
Third Ebola case in North Kivu province of DRC Confirmed

Third Ebola case in North Kivu province of DRC Confirmed

FEATURED, Health, NEWS
Case found in Butembo, epicentre of a major outbreak that was declared over last June after nearly two years. The Democratic Republic of the Congo has confirmed a third Ebola case this week in North Kivu province, provincial health minister Eugene Nzanzu Salita has said. The case was found in Butembo, a city of more than one million people and the epicentre of a major outbreak of the disease that was declared over last June after nearly two years. “We are in a meeting to gather all the information on the investigations done around this case,” Salita said on Friday. Congo’s health ministry announced a resurgence of the disease on February 7, after a woman contracted Ebola and died. She was married to a survivor of the previous outbreak. Two people have died from Ebola th...
Why Taxes on Bank Withdrawals is Good News

Why Taxes on Bank Withdrawals is Good News

Business, FEATURED, NEWS
This week, a proposal was brought to tax bank withdrawals as a means of generating revenue that will help our leaders get motivated to sacrifice for this country. You know it's bad for a farmer to keep milking a cow that she doesn't feed. It's not good for the citizens to keep milking their leaders asking for services yet the leaders are not given enough facilitation to make them happy so that they can deliver those services. Imagine we now have 519 MPs, for them to execute their duties well, they need comfortable vehicles which can manage the poteholed roads that Ugandans have failed to work on. These vehicles will cost 320 million each, meaning that we need 166bn for that purpose. On top of that each MP has been getting an average of 30 million per month, this money is very little...