Kenya’s Supreme Court upheld William Ruto’s victory in last month’s presidential election, dismissing his rival Raila Odinga’s claims that the vote was marred by rigging and irregularities.
The seven-member court found no discrepancies in the vote tallies and no credible evidence that the electoral commission’s computer systems and transmission network had failed or been breached, Chief Justice Martha Koome said in an abridged ruling handed down in Nairobi, the capital, on Monday. Allegations that some citizens had been prevented from casting their votes or that ballot boxes were tampered with were unproven, she said.
“It is our finding that the declared president-elect attend 50% plus one of the votes cast” in accordance with the constitution, Koome said. “This is a unanimous decision of ...
President Yoweri Museveni has handed over cash contributions to fifty seven victims and casualties of the November 2021 bomb blasts in Kampala that killed five people including a policeman.
The money was handed over to the victims and the families of the deceased by the State House Comptroller Jane Barekye at a ceremony held at the police headquarters in Naguru .
Present to witness the handover was the Director of Crime Intelligence Fred Ddamulira and the Commandant of Kampala Metropolitan Police Senior Commissioner of Police Steven Tanui.
In her message to the bomb victims, the State House Comptroller Jane Barekye said President Museveni condemns all forms of terrorism that have led to loss of lives of Ugandans and left many others incapacitated.
The Kampala Minister Hajjat Minsa Kabanda has urged religious leaders to be archers in fighting against the vices driven by the whites in schools, Minsa said at St.Paul’s catholic parish while it was celebrating its silver jubilee in Mukono municipality.
Kabanda decried of the increasing vices of homosexuality in schools whereby children are paid 600000 shilling per month to recruit others. “pliz church leaders help us to rescue the nation against homosexuality, pliz be at the ore front” Minister Kabanda Said.
The Lugazi Diocese bishop, Christopher Kakooza, said it was time to thank the Lord for the sacraments the Catholic Church has achieved including the development of Mukono town where the monastery is located.
Bishop Kakooza however tasked the government to consider building roads and ...
For the past 70 years there is a scenario in Belgium Forest that records a traffic jam. In South Belgium there is a graveyard for abandoned vehicles in a small forest that is close to Chatillon. Many believed that the abandoned rusty cars belong to U.S. soldiers who were based in South Belgium during the World War II.
It's said that the military soldiers were sent back to the U.S. after the war but the cost for car shipping during that time was expensive, so the ranking officers of the military troops decided to set the car in a forest in Belgium wherein the vehicles were driven one by one up the hill then parked perfectly to hide from the outside world. It's believed that those soldiers who wanted to have or retrieve the car will have sole responsibility for the shipping cost and therefor...
Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu.
The leader of the National Unity Platform (NUP) party Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu also know as Bobi Wine has resorted to the film as one means of exposing the injustices of President Yoweri Museveni.
Kyagulanyi who is currently taking part in the 79th World Film Festival in Venice, Italy for the premiere of his documentary “Bobi Wine: Ghetto President”, believes through this means, Museveni’s actions can be exposed to the international community something he said can help to push the struggle forward.
The film draws a sharp contrast between Museveni, who has ruled Uganda since coming to power in 1986 and the singer cum politician.
“For the last 5 years, our struggle has been captured on camera and a documentary film was made to show to the world the true picture ...