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Police Arrest Two over Spice Supermarket Robbery in Mukono.

Police Arrest Two over Spice Supermarket Robbery in Mukono.

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Police has revealed that they have arrested two suspects who attacked and robbed Spice supermarket in Mukono town over the past weekend. “We so far have two suspects behind the aggravated robbery which took place at Spice supermarket in Mukono. Our flying squad unit and Mukono police have the two suspects who include William Mugalu aged 24 years and resident of Nasuti, Ntaawo cell and Sam Mbogo, 23 also resident of the same cell,” said Fred Enanga in a security briefing at Naguru Enanga said that the duo was clearly identified by witnesses who managed to see what took place during the attack at the supermarket. He said that although the suspects have been arrested, police have not yet recovered the gun used in the robbery but efforts are underway to recover it as well as identify other ...
President Museveni gives DGF five months.

President Museveni gives DGF five months.

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President Yoweri Museveni has given a small, five-month window to the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF), a major funder of civil society organisations in Uganda, to operate. But does that mean the end of DGF, whose activities were suspended last year, or is another strategy by the President to beat the NGOs into line? Museveni announced the very conditional re-opening of DGF activities in Uganda on June 22. “Today, I hosted the Danish Minister for Development Cooperation. We discussed a number of bilateral issues. I also agreed to lift the ban on Democratic Governance Facility (DGF), to run till December 2022, with Government represented in the decision-making structures,” Museveni said in a tweet. “I shall formally communicate our position to the relevant government departments,” he ad...
Judiciary Condemns Threats to Judicial Officers.

Judiciary Condemns Threats to Judicial Officers.

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The judiciary has condemned the attempts by unscrupulous individuals who it said want to meddle in its affairs. According to the judiciary, on June 20, 2022, the staff at Soroti High Court received a suspicious package with a warning letter addressed to the resident Judge, the assistant registrar, counsel and plaintiffs in a court case now a subject of police investigations. In a statement, the institution said this act of cowardice is an unwarranted indirect affront on the independence of the Judiciary which is protected by the Constitution. “Article 128 of the Constitution provides that no person or authority shall interfere with the courts or judicial officers in the exercise of their judicial functions. The Judiciary should be left to exercise its mandate to adjudicate,” the stateme...
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