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KCCA’s law enforcement officers to wear body cams.

KCCA’s law enforcement officers to wear body cams.

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The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) is set to introduce body cameras as a tool to help hold its law enforcement officers accountable and more transparent in their work. The cameras will enable the officers to record footage when they have interactions, such as arrests, with members of the public. The equipment will also enable the KCCA legal department to collect evidence during investigations or better defend their actions during a particular encounter. Dorothy Kisaka, the KCCA executive director said this initiative will help rebuild trust with the communities and reduce citizen complaints. Kisaka had an engagement with the law enforcement officers and cautioned them to act with restraint and caution in dealing with the people. “In the past few days there have been increased report...
Furious employees at Pr. Ssenyonga’s Top Tv and Radio closes shop.

Furious employees at Pr. Ssenyonga’s Top Tv and Radio closes shop.

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Drama rocked at Top media Premises at Makarere-Kavule a township in Kampala City when angry employees reported and failed to work claiming they must receive their salaries first. Employees claimed that like other Ugandans they are experiencing high cost of living but have not been paid for good months. It will be remembered that of recent Pr. Jackson spent millions in organization of his child’s marriage at the expense of employees payments which annoyed them greatly. Such grievance is not the first one there has been successive claims on the same matter to the Man of God.
Speaker Among directs Fisheries Bill to processed in one week.

Speaker Among directs Fisheries Bill to processed in one week.

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The Speaker of Parliament Right Hon Anita Among has this afternoon directed the Parliamentary Committee on Agriculture process and refine the Fisheries and Aquaculture Bill, 2021 to include the changes proposed by President Yoweri Museveni. Shortly after she opened plenary in Wednesday afternoon, Speaker Anita Among revealed that the President had returned the Bill requiring that the Uganda people’s Defense Forces (UPDF) be included on the surveillance team entrusted with the responsibility to fight illegal fishing. The directive is meant to allow UPDF work with the Uganda Police Force, which had already been catered for in the same Bill that was first read late last year. “The surveillance Unit organization command control and training need to be domiciled under the Uganda People’s Defens...
Eight dead,others missing as fresh landslides hit Kasese.

Eight dead,others missing as fresh landslides hit Kasese.

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At least eight people have been confirmed dead after landslides hit Kasese in the wee hours of Wednesday morning. According to the Uganda Red Cross (URC) spokesperson, Irene Nakasiita, the tragedy befell homes at Kasika village, Rukoki sub county which saw several people buried by the landslide that hit at around 4am when everyone was asleep. “This was due to heavy rains that hit the area last night. Eight dead bodies were recovered this morning and six others referred to St.Paul’s Hospital in Kasese Municipality,”Nakasiita said. She added that several others are still missing, adding that the URC response team is still on the ground working with local authorities and other responders in the community to search for the other missing persons. Nakasiita warned that such disasters might be o...
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