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Brutally tortured man tied with ropes dumped in Mukono town by unknown people

Brutally tortured man tied with ropes dumped in Mukono town by unknown people

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Mukono police are investigating a case under which a man identified as Fred Lukyamuzi, was brought and dumped at a car bond known as Wacity motors in Mukono town at night at 3 am, by unknown people. Lukyamuzi's situation is in bad shape, because he must have encountered acts of torture from his captors, as his fingers and knuckles are full of scars, also his head was cut with a sharp object.  Lukyamuzi is believed to be among hundreds of opposition national unit platform (NUP) supporters who were arrested during and after the January 14th elections. We tried to engage him, but the brutally tortured Lukyamuzi, could only say out his name and Kiteezi a village in Wakiso which seems to be his home area. Patrick Mubiru, the car bond proprietor and also NRM chairperson for gre...
Panga wielding people broke into the ancestral home of late Archbishop Lwanga.

Panga wielding people broke into the ancestral home of late Archbishop Lwanga.

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Nagalama police division in Mukono district has arrested a domestic worker at the ancestral home of the late Archbishop of Kampala Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga. Dominico Kakooza is suspected to have been in connection with the panga-wielding thugs who broke into one of the rooms at the late Lwanga's premises.   According to Luke Owoyesigyire, the Kampala Metropolitan deputy spokesperson, the incident took place on Friday, April 16, 2020, around 1 am. The territorial Police of Nagalama are investigating an incident of an aggravated robbery that occurred at around 1 am at the ancestral home of the Late Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga located at Kyabakadde village, Kyabakade Parish in Kyampisi Sub-county, Mukono District. According to one of the Kyabakadde home occupants,...
Tension as KCCA lays off 700 temporary workers

Tension as KCCA lays off 700 temporary workers

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Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) temporary workers are sweating plasma, after a directive from the Executive director, asking them to hand over their offices to pave way for the upcoming recruitment exercise by the Public Service Commission. This was communicated by Ms Dorothy Kisaka in her letter copied to the deputy ED, director internal audit and director administration and human resource, dated March 1, 2021 which was sent out to all affected workers at the end of last week. Ms Kisaka informed the affected temporary workers that they had been appointed on local contract by KCCA for a non-renewable period of three months with effect from March 1, 2021 up to May 31, 2021. "The affected workers shall be expected to prepare a handover report not later than May 10 2021, t...
Mukono Muslims cautioned on divisions as they received food relief in the holy month of Ramadan

Mukono Muslims cautioned on divisions as they received food relief in the holy month of Ramadan

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Thousands of Muslims in the villages of Nakaswa, Jumba, Nakibano, Ndese and many more in Mukono district, at least went back to their homes with a smile on their cheeks yesterday This comes after food distribution to the Muslim community in Mukono and Kayunga districts by "Direct aid Uganda" a Kuwait based NGO’s support to the Muslims during the holy month of Ramadhan. The food items that were given out include sugar, rice, maize flour and cooking oil. This is the second consecutive year as the fasting season has fallen at a time when the world is grappling with the COVID 19 pandemic which has disrupted the livelihoods of Muslims. This support is due to the long standing relationship that Al-Khamis has had with the Muslim community of Mukono for  several years. Sheikh. Menya...
NWSC has commenced a Water Treatment Plant System testing at Katosi.

NWSC has commenced a Water Treatment Plant System testing at Katosi.

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Uganda government through NWSC is at the final touches upon completion of a new water treatment plant in Katosi, Mukono district  The National water and sewerage corporation MD Dr. Silver Mugisha witnessed the testing of various water the treatment processes as work drew nearer to its completion. While inspecting the progress of work at the site, Silver commended Suez and Sogea Satom contractors for the tremendous work done. "I am very happy for the good work by the contractors  because water has started coming out from the lake to the treatment tanks." Said Mr. Mugisha Dr.silver mugish Despite challenges like covid 19, and some logistical issues in pipe supply, the contractors have managed to catch up with the designated time. The remaining work is to lay...
Judiciary introduces full time uniforms to its Court officials.

Judiciary introduces full time uniforms to its Court officials.

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In the bid to fight graft in Uganda's court's, all workers that includes Court clerks and support staff will start dressing in uniforms as part of the efforts by the judiciary to fight corruption.  The purple uniform was officially unveiled by the Permanent Secretary to the Judiciary, Pius Bigirimana at the judicial headquarters in Kampala. The purple uniform bears the name of the staff and their title embroiled in black colour on the right-hand side and the judiciary logo on the left-hand side.   While unveiling the uniforms, Bigirimana noted it is going to be easy to differentiate court staff from what he described as middlemen who have been pausing as judicial officers to defraud unsuspecting court users.    "The development is in line with...
Uganda Revenue Authority supports businesses with stimulus packages post COVID 19

Uganda Revenue Authority supports businesses with stimulus packages post COVID 19

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At URA we are walking our mission of “providing an environment that delivers a delightful experience in revenue services and business facilitation.” Uganda Revenue Authority, has renewed commitment of leading Uganda to economic self-sufficiency status and we appeal to you all our esteemed taxpayers to commit to take this journey with us. We shall endeavour to listen to Taxpayers, try to understand their concerns and looking to develop Taxpayer focused solutions that will make life easier and better for all Ugandans as we promote Voluntary Tax compliance.The Tax body assures Taxpayers of a continued and sustainable commitment to enabling businesses thrive. URA is your business partner. Kakasa your in charge of your business.This is how URA responded to supporting businesses during and post...
Woman nursing wounds, Sex worker pours hot water to her neighbor.

Woman nursing wounds, Sex worker pours hot water to her neighbor.

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Police in Mukono are hunting for a a sex worker by the names of Sharon Kalungi, who allegedly poured hot water on her neighbor Anita Namwanga 25, who is currently nursing wounds in the medical facility at Seeta trading. The incident occurred on Monday at Ntinda -  Seeta, Goma division in Mukono municipality, whereby the two long time friends and neighbors sparked a fight between themselves, Kalungi who is in hiding was threatening to harm Namwanga because she believed that Anita was in relationship with her husband names unknown and also she was accusing her for witching her. John Kalawude who was at the scene while Kalungi was splashing hot water at the victim said, they first engaged in a serious verbal exchange, later Kalungi went into her rented room and got out with boilin...
Huawei: Optimizing portfolio to boost business resilience

Huawei: Optimizing portfolio to boost business resilience

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Eric Xu, Huawei's Rotating Chairman said Huawei is optimizing its portfolio to boost business resilience to cope with the uncertainty brought by geopolitical tension, the resurgence of COVID-19, and US bans. Eric Xu made the statement when delivered a keynote speech at the company’s 18th Global Analyst Summit. More than 400 people, including industry and financial analysts, key opinion leaders, and media representatives joined the 3-day event runs April 12 to 14 with the theme "Building a Fully Connected, Intelligent World".  “Business resilience is our guiding principle. We want to boost the resilience of our entire business, and since last year we have been working to optimize our portfolio with this goal in mind,” said Eric Xu. Huawei’s 2020 Annual Report shows the compan...
Egypt impounds Evergreen giantship over compensation claim

Egypt impounds Evergreen giantship over compensation claim

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Authorities in Egypt have impounded a giantship that blocked the Suez Canal and crippled world trade for nearly a week in the face of a financial dispute with its owner. Suez Canal Authority (SCA) chief Lieutenant General Osama Rabie said on Tuesday the hulking Ever Given would not be allowed to leave the country until a compensation amount was settled with the vessel’s Japanese owner, Shoei Kisen Kaisha Ltd. “The vessel is now officially impounded,” he told Egypt’s state-run television late on Monday. “They do not want to pay anything.” Yumi Shinohara, deputy manager with owner Shoei Kisen’s fleet management department, confirmed the canal had made a compensation claim but gave no further details. The protection and indemnity insurer for the Evergreen said in a statement Egyp...
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