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Over shs 30 Billion stolen as hackers break into Airtel Money Systems.

Over shs 30 Billion stolen as hackers break into Airtel Money Systems.

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Reports coming in from different sources indicate that at least thirty billion shillings is estimated to have been stolen after hackers broke into Airtel mobile commerce Uganda limited (airtel mobile money) systems. The reports that started trending on Saturday evening allege that the hackers gained unauthorized access to airtel money central systems and wired money to bank accounts in various banks connected to airtel to bank wallet services. The money was then evacuated via several banking agents across the country as well as mobile money agents. However, a sudden spike in transactions on the account that were previously dormant alerted the banks and airtel who immediately shut down the airtel to bank wallet before probing the matter. Last year, Buganda Road Court charged and remande...
KCCA asks Kampala residents to embrace technology in ebola fight.

KCCA asks Kampala residents to embrace technology in ebola fight.

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The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has rallied people in central Uganda to embrace use of Automated innovations as the best means of not only simplifying processes in service delivery but also as a means to foster safety while transacting amidst the ebola Outbreak. The executive director KCCA Dorothy Kisaka said embracing the three pillars of smart cities anchored in advancement of technology in service delivery will help reduce occurrence of Ebola due to reduced contact and exposure to the infected persons. “We need to work together, to be vigilant in the face of Ebola,” she said during a meeting of the city’s executive committee at the authority’s headquarters in Kampala. Kisaka called upon Ugandans to adopt the use of online payments as a mode of paying for services. “Ebola i...
Tayebwa opposes EU MPs over LGBTQ rights.

Tayebwa opposes EU MPs over LGBTQ rights.

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A Ugandan delegation in Mozambique led by the deputy speaker Thomas Tayebwa have opposed plans by pro-gay nations to impose the promotion of homosexuality and abortion as new conditions for trade and aid relationships with the European Union. The delegation is attending the ongoing 61st session of the Organization of the African, Caribbean and Pacific States Parliamentary Assembly (OACPS PA) and 42nd Session of the ACP-European Union joint Parliamentary Assembly (ACP-EU JPA) in Maputo City, Mozambique. The joint sitting was on Monday 31, officially opened by Mozambique President, Filipe Nyusi who commended the organization for its prime role in the economic and social development of its member states. Nyusi called upon participating member states to focus more on the climate agenda and ...
Finally Mayinja fished to Muhoozi project.

Finally Mayinja fished to Muhoozi project.

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Ugandan singer Ronald Mayinja has officially been unveiled as part of the Team Chairman MK project, a mobilization team promoting the achievements and programs of Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba In the past, Mayinja was known for his numerous songs that criticized the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) government. In 2019, while at Serena Hotel during singer Catherine Kusasira’s concert, President Yoweri Museveni said Mayinja’s songs like Africa, Bunkenke, and Mzee Bizeemu were giving distorting information about the government. A year later, Mayinja released a song praising Museveni for his achievements in which he asked Ugandans to give him another term. The song titled Akalulu Kako Mzee became the 2021 campaign anthem for the NRM presidential candidate. This however didn’t go down w...
Parliament summons Mao to explain the continued confinement of inmates with mental health disorders.

Parliament summons Mao to explain the continued confinement of inmates with mental health disorders.

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The Human Rights Committee of parliament has summoned the Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Nobert Mao to explain the continued confinement of inmates with mental health disorders. This comes after the committee discovered that many of these have been in prison without trial for more than 20 years. The summons followed a list submitted by Uganda Prisons Services of 26 Ugandans whose trials have been approved by the Minister of Justice following medical examinations that proved them mentally capable to stand trial. However, a review of the list attracted criticism from legislators such as Naome Kabasharira, the Rushenyi county MP, who described the delay by the Minister of Justice to scrutinize the medical records of the suspects as reckless noting that this is a violation ...
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