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JEEMA condemns arbitrary detention of journalists

Views: 0 The Justice Forum (JEEMA) has criticised the arrest and subsequent remanding of journalists Arirabaki Sengooba and Dickson Mubiru to Luzira Prison. The two journalists from Grape Vine Publications and Ono Bwiino Newspaper face charges of publishing without a valid broadcasting licence. The controversy stems from two news stories: one about a dispute between […]

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Donald Trump found GUILTY on all 34 felony counts in hush money trial: First president to be convicted in history will be sentenced July 11

Views: 9Donald Trump Found Guilty on All 34 Counts in Manhattan Hush Money Trial   The jury reached a verdict on May 30 in Trump’s hush money trial, and he was convicted on all counts. Donald Trump has been found guilty on 34 counts of falsifying business records in his hush money trial. On Thursday, May

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Katikkiro calls for affordable access to justice

Views: 2The Katikkiro of Buganda, Charles Peter Mayiga, has called for affordable access to justice by introducing the traditional ways of serving justice to those in need of it.   This as the premier visited Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny Dollo at the judiciary headquarters in Kampala.   Mayiga was escorted by Buganda’s attorney general Christopher

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Judicial officers urged to prioritize climate justice

Views: 4During the 6th judicial training on climate change held in Mbale, judicial officers from across Eastern Uganda, particularly judges and magistrates voiced their frustration regarding environmental governance.The training, organized by the Judicial Training Institute in collaboration with Green Watch, aimed to highlight the crucial role of the judiciary in enforcing environmental legislation and protecting

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Rude 4am eviction brings down building on properties

Views: 3A man salvages a mattress from the rubble MBALE |  of orchestrating an illegal eviction in the wee hours of Saturday morning that left residents in despair. The tranquility of the night was shattered as property of undetermined value was razed to the ground in the night, leaving families and traders stranded.Plot 33-35 along

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Government Withdraws Security for Retired Judge Mukiibi

Views: 30The Judiciary’s statement aims to address the misleading information circulating on social media and ensure the public understands the facts regarding The Judiciary has clarified that the Government, not the Judiciary, withdrew the armed police guard assigned to retired High Court judge Moses Mukiibi. This explanation comes in response to misleading social media posts

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Journalists Seek Justice After Bobi Wine Security Assault

Views: 1Gertrude Mutyaba of NTV and Zainab Namusaazi of NBS TV say they were assaulted by Bobi Wine’s team The National Unity Platform (NUP) Party President, Bobi Wine, faces calls to address allegations of assault by his security team against three journalists last weekend. Gertrude Mutyaba from Nation Media Group owned NTV Uganda and Zainab

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Troubled businessman Mukesh Shukla remanded to Luzira over Shs220m fraud

Views: 0Kampala, (UG):- The Nakawa Chief Magistrate’s Court has remanded businessman-cum politician Mukesh Shukla Babubhai aka Shumuk to Luzira prison for defrauding shs220m Mr Shahid Mahmood Alvi, the managing director of Japan Auto Ltd, an auto dealer in Kampala. Mukesh, the Founder and CEO of Shumuk Aluminum Industries was arraigned before the Nakawa court presided over

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Judgement date set for charges against ex-LRA commander Thomas Kwoyelo

Views: 0 Gulu, (UG):- The International Crime Division of the High Court in Gulu has set July 12 as the date for giving its ruling on the charges against Thomas Kwoyelo, the ex-commander of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) after his defence closed the presentation of their witnesses in the ongoing trial. The defense legal team on

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COURTICD Sets Date for Ex-LRA Kwoyelo Judgement

Views: 0Gulu City, Uganda: The panel of four judges, including Justice Stephen Mubiru, Duncan Gaswaga, Bashaija K. Andrew, and led by Justice Michael Elubu has set a date to pass judgement charges against ex-Lord Resistance Army rebel commander Thomas Kwoyelo alias Latoni to take place on July 12th, 2024. The ruling was made in the

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