Saturday, June 30, 2018

BUSINESS: Binance Opens Its First Crypto-Fiat Exchange in Uganda - AS GOVT SHUTS OFF INTERNET


Binance Opens Its First Crypto-Fiat Exchange in Uganda

COINDESK.COM - The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange has just launched a fiat trading pair in Uganda.

Binance, the largest exchange by volume according to CoinMarketCap, announced Thursday that it was starting a fiat-crypto trading pair with the Uganda shilling. Moreover, the company also announced its first fiat crypto exchange in the nation, called Binance Uganda, according to a statement.

The exchange will charge zero trading fees when it comes online, though Binance declined to state when that would be. However, the first 20,000 users to register with the service will receive 0.5 binance coins (BNB) as "appreciation" for their support, according to the statement.

The tokens will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis but users who wish to withdraw their tokens must complete identification verification procedures after the platform is launched, according to the announcement.

The launch marks Binance's latest steps in expanding cryptocurrency trading in the underbanked country. Only 33 percent of Ugandans actively use their registered financial accounts in 2016, according to a study by Financial Inclusion Insights, a data-collection organization which focuses on trends in the digital financial services industry.

The Hong Kong-based exchange also has announced plans to open a fiat-crypto trading platform in Malta, an island nation located in the Central Mediterranean Sea, Bloomberg reported

UGANDA: Fight the social media tax or lose


I stand with all Ugandans who want to fight against the NRM #alNakba occupation of taking us off social media. For this reason, since most of my posts are automated, I am turning off all news feeds so that we go dark. I will continue publishing on the two blogs and the news site.

www.nangalama.blogspot.com
www.changeofguards.blogspot.com
www.perilofafrica.com

This is the last message from Martha Leah Nangalama. FIGHT THE SYSTEM. For my friends on WhatsApp, and the groups, I shall not post in those groups anymore.

It is not because I do not want to pay the social media tax. I live in Canada and we have unlimited Internet. But you whose freedom of speech is being restricted need to fight for your rights. 

Some of you think that activists are on social media for fame.  We are not.  Most of us have other income sources so not posting for Uganda does not affect us at all.  It is Ugandans facing kidnaps, rape, murders and assassinations.  So if you do not fight for your rights, we should not fight for your rights. You will now die in silence because you are being cut off from people who speak for you.

Martha Leah Nangalama
Moncton, Canada

email: mlnangalama@gmail.com

AFRICA: Why has China invited African army chiefs to Beijing?

China wants to redefine its military engagement in Africa and has invited military officials from across the continent to Beijing to explore new forms of strategic cooperation.



DW - China's economic influence as an investor and trade partner continues to grow in Africa and new strategies are being discussed to ensure the security of Chinese business interests and investments.

Emphasizing Beijing's strategic interest in Africa, China's Ministry of National Defense invited high-ranking military representatives from 50 African countries to the first China-Africa Defense and Security Forum. The forum began on Tuesday in Beijing and is set to run until July 10.

Read more: 'New Silk Road' and China's hegemonic ambitions

"Securing trade routes is important for China as Africa's northeastern coast up to the Suez Canal is a part of the new maritime silk road, which is also a segment of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)," said Cobus van Staden, a China expert at the South African Institute for International Affairs. BRI is a massive development and trade project launched by Chinese President Xi Jinping to connect China with Eurasian markets.

According to van Staden, China has an "increasingly complex relationship with Africa," and has extensive investments in many countries there. Many Chinese live in Africa and China has experience evacuating its nationals from crisis areas.

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The Chinese military has gained some experience in African conflict zones. During the Libyan civil war in February 2011, it sent the warship "Xuzhou" to the Libyan coast to oversee the evacuation of 35,000 Chinese. It was the Chinese military's first overseas operation on the African continent.

"From that point on, the Chinese became increasingly aware of the complexity of peace and security in Africa," van Staden told DW. "China began to engage more and more in this area, for example by offering financial support to African Union (AU) peace troops and increased numbers of 'blue helmet' soldiers."

China wants to make the most of its participation in UN peace missions around Africa. However, with just around 2,400 blue helmet peacekeeping soldiers stationed across the continent, China doesn't belong to the largest contributors like Ethiopia, Bangladesh and India.

Read more: Are China and Russia challenging US military dominance?

Economic interests push China to increase military presence in Africa

China's growing weapons exports to Africa

Over the past decade, arms exports have become an integral part of China's security cooperation with Africa.

China's exports of military gear to the continent have increased 55 percent in the five-year period from 2013 to 2017, compared to the preceding five years, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

Beijing's share of total arms exports to Sub-Saharan African countries rose from 16 to 27 percent during this period.

The increase in weapons exports corresponds with the surge in foreign investment from China, which in Africa increased from around $40 billion in 2012 to $90 billion in 2016.

Overall, Africa plays a relatively minor role in global arms imports, accounting for a mere 7.2 percent in the 2013-17 period. And among the 40 largest importers of military equipment worldwide, only two are from the African continent, namely Egypt and Algeria.

But Algeria ranks third after Pakistan and Bangladesh on the list of destination countries for Chinese arms exports. In fact, Algeria alone accounts for 10 percent of China's total arms exports, including three modern frigates.

China also scatters its arms deliveries to Africa wider than its competitors like the US and Russia.

According to the Washington-based think tank Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), China exported $3 billion worth of weapons to Africa in 2008-17.

The US, meanwhile, shipped $4.9 billion worth of weapons to Africa, 87 percent of them to Egypt and Morocco. And Russia's exports were valued at $12.4 billion, 84 percent of which destined for Algeria and Egypt.

China is considered as a supplier of cost-effective weapon systems, such as the combat-ready K-8 jet-powered training aircraft, which dominates the market for such aircraft in Africa. China has also consolidated its position on the market for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) because of American reluctance to export them.

Criticism of Chinese arms sales to Africa has been fueled by reports that such weapons were used in conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Sudan and Somalia.

In 2014, according to CSIS, China's state-owned firm North Industries Corporation delivered 100 missile systems, over 9,000 automatic rifles and 24 million rounds of ammunition to the South Sudanese government, which is being criticized internationally for human rights violations.

Jerome Pellistrandi, professor at the University of Clermont-Ferrand and editor of the magazine Défense Nationale, told DW that some African governments find it easier to acquire aircraft and other weapon systems from the Chinese than from European manufacturers — just because China has fewer reservations about human rights.


China's military base in Djibouti

In August 2017, China drew attention to its military engagement in Africa by opening its first overseas military base in Djibouti, located on the Gulf of Aden near the Red Sea.

The small country also hosts a US military base, Camp Lemonnier, with 4,000 soldiers and anti-terror Special Forces units. France, Italy and Japan also have bases in Djibouti.

According to van Staden, since plans were announced, China has been careful not to give the base a military designation. Chinese media characterized the project as a "support base." Since 2008, China has been participating in international anti-piracy operations in the Horn of Africa and the Gulf of Aden.

Read more: Djibouti: Location, location, location

Djibouti military base 'a manifestation of China's global interests'

Recently, the Chinese Ministry of National Defense announced that China would be building another dock at its facility in Djibouti, which would also be available for use by Kirgizstan. At a length of 450 meters, it could accommodate Chinese destroyers and supply ships.

According to Chinese media, the measures serve "to support international obligations like anti-piracy operations and the preservation of peace and stability in Africa and the world."

China and the US are close neighbors in Djibouti, where the US stations large military transport aircraft such as the Hercules C130.

In May, the Pentagon accused the Chinese of pointing lasers at landing US military aircraft at the base. Beijing vehemently denied the accusations.

Expert van Staden criticized the US assertions, and considered them to be an expression of Washington's discomfort over China's presence in Djibouti.

Wikipedia's Article of the Day July 1, 2018: Westminster Assembly


Westminster Assembly

The Westminster Assembly (1 July 1643 – 1653) was a council of theologians and members of the English Parliament appointed to restructure the Church of England. As many as 121 ministers were called to the Assembly, with 19 replacements added later. 

The Assembly worked in the Reformed Protestant theological tradition, also known as Calvinism. It produced new standards for church governance, a Confession of Faith or statement of belief, two catechisms or manuals for religious instruction, and a liturgical manual, the Directory for Public Worship, for the Church of England and Church of Scotland. 

The Confession and catechisms were adopted as doctrinal standards in the Church of Scotland and other Presbyterian churches, where they remain normative. Amended versions of the Confession were also adopted in Congregational and Baptist churches in England and New England in the 17th and 18th centuries. The Confession became influential throughout the English-speaking world, but especially in American Protestant theology.

Learn more on Wikipedia

WORLD CUP 2018: Uruguay 2-1 Portugal: Ronaldo & Portugal sent packing by coruscating Cavani brace

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RT - A sublime brace from Edinson Cavani was enough to sink Portugal in a pulsating last 16 clash in Sochi and dash Cristiano Ronaldo’s dreams of clinching an elusive World Cup.

The Uruguay frontman’s early opener was a goal good enough to win any game. A move he started with an exceptional 40-yard cross-field pass to strike partner Luis Suarez, he finished with an equally impressive dive to meet Suarez’s return at the far post.

The forwards' eventual winner was another stunning strike, opening up his body to curl a right-footed strike past Rui Patricio to finish a counter attack that began from his own area, to cancel out a Pepe equalizer.

© Ye Pingfan / Global Look Press

As temperatures simmered to a relatively balmy 25C in south Russia, the atmosphere in a humid Fisht Stadium set the stage for a mouthwatering last 16 clash on the Black Sea coast between two of the competition's dark horses.

The game was billed as something of a meeting of world stars with the proposition of a duel between Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez. It was Ronaldo who became the first to test the opposition goalkeeper, forcing Fernando Muslera into action with a shot from 20 yards, but it was straight down the windpipe of the Uruguayan keeper, who swooped to gather comfortably.

However, it was neither of those two players who opened the scoring. Cavani, so used to playing a supporting role at PSG to Neymar and on the international stage to Suarez, grabbed the central role on perhaps his finest night for his country.
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His first was a move he started deep on the right flank, pinging a 40 yard cross-field pass for Suarez, who chested down before maneuvering space to fire in a cross to the far post to strike partner Cavani to rise magnificently and guide the ball from between his shoulder and neck into the back of the net.

Ronaldo was perhaps guilty of taking too much on himself, neglecting his supporting cast not in an attempt to grab the limelight, but rather the game by the scruff of the neck. His urgency went unrewarded however, and Suarez came close to doubling the Uruguayan lead on 22 minutes, when he hit very low free kick under the wall, which Rui Patricio did well to get a hand to low down to his left-hand side

Portugal seemed to run out of ideas even in the first half, firing long balls into the area, none of which found any of their intended targets. Even a show of Ronaldo’s thighs could not trigger a repeat of a free-kick goal he scored in the same stadium against Spain in the very first game.

Uruguay entered the game as the only team in the tournament not to have conceded, and parked the metaphorical bus after their early goal, and ensured they went into the break 1-0 ahead.

Not long after the restart, Portugal found their breakthrough when Cavani’s earlier leap was mimicked by Pepe in the 55th minute when he rose unmarked to meet a cross into the box and power a header past a rooted Muslera.

Adrian DENNIS / AFP

The goal opened up Uruguay who, notoriously cagey throughout the tournament, pressed forward, sensing that a Portugal defense that had leaked five goals in four games could crack again.

Luis Suarez was in the midst of several physical battles in midfield, although most of the action that sent the Barcelona forward sprawling appeared superficial.

If Uruguay parked the bus after their equalizer, their second goal resembled more of a runaway train; from a counter attack that began in their own box, the ball found Rodrigo Bentancur who played a beautiful ball to an onrushing Cavani on the left-hand corner of the area.

© Sergio Perez / Reuters

Cavani opened up every inch of his six-foot frame to hit the ball first time and curl a peach around Rui Patricio into the far side of the net. It was a goal worthy of winning any match.

Portugal sensed the urgency and pressed forward after again falling behind. Bernardo Silva missed an open net as Muslera came and couldn’t collect fully a cross from Raphael. The winger could only fire over, but replays suggested he may have kicked the ball out of the keeper’s hands in his efforts to carve out the chance.

Hero Cavani departed the action with less than 20 minutes left, being helped from the pitch by Ronaldo and later being photographed on the bench clutching ice to his lower left leg.

© Jorge Silva / Reuters

Uruguay uncharacteristically and unrelentingly continued to push although in front, and looked dangerous every time they broke forward as well as defending solidly when Portugal were on the attack.

Suarez played a ball across the box which fell tantalizingly short for Cristhian Stuani. At the other end, Portugal’s bombardment of the Uruguay box smacked of desperation without any real conviction, despite the appearance of Rui Patricio in attack.

All four of the added minutes seeped away and eventually the referee blew up, confirming Ronaldo’s departure from the World Cup. At 33, he may never again have the chance to lift a World Cup, joining Lionel Messi, who crashed out hours before with Argentina, as harboring forlorn hopes of taking his national team to the highest level. With Uruguay’s win, Cavani and Suarez booked a quarter-final date with France in Nizhny Novgorod on July 6.

UGANDA: Museveni proceeds to tax Ugandans off the Internet


UGANDA GOVERNMENT SHUTS DOWN SOCIAL MEDIA

The government of Yoweri Museveni who has been in power for 33 years is facing a revolution similar to Arab Spring that showed many dictators the exit out of office.

The people of Uganda have suffered under Museveni government for the break down of services. Many Ugandans started pouring their frustrations on social media’s calling for the removal of Museveni. The international community has been hipping praises on dictator Museveni and the world Bank and IMF have been giving false economic growth rates for the regime in Kampala oblivious of the people’s sufferings. The current exchange rate of a dollar to a shilling is $1 to 4000shs.

The government starting July 1st, 2018 has levied the equivalent of $0.25 daily tax on the Internet thus making it impossible for the citizens to access the Internet. Uganda is one of the poorest countries in the world and putting internet tax on the people, will further isolate the country from accessing international news and also the tax will impact businesses that rely on internet.

The GDP per capita of Uganda is $675. About half of the population live on $1.00 per day and eat only one meal per day.  Out of the population of 44mln, half will not afford the new tax levy.  Remember that out of $1 daily, they have to now allocate 25% to access information on the Internet.

Several Justice Activists have launched campaigns online to boycott this tax which has kicked in as you read this post.  If Ugandans mean business, the Telcos will go out of business. Ugandans want change and CHANGE they will get.

The most important reason why Dictator Museveni does not want Ugandans to be on the Internet is because we share information very fast including his current spate of kidnappings, rapes of women, killing them and assassinating high profile people in his government.

Ugandans are trying to fight the taxes by accessing other internet providers such a VPN that made it possible for the Ethiopians to access the Internet, after the Internet was blocked in that country.

Nathan Span

UGANDA: Does Museveni have monopoly of smuggling arms to fight military dictatorships?

DOES MUSEVENI' HAVE THE MONOPOLY OF SMUGGLING IN ARMS TO FIGHT MILITARY DICTATORSHIPS?
"In 1972 I went through this border post of Horohoro with seven guns that I was smuggling to Uganda during the regime of Iddi Amin".
Museveni at Tanga in Tanzania during the launch of the Hoima-Tanga oil pipeline - August 2018.
"I was smuggling weapons through this border here, you should have scanners. We shall have a Lake Victoria monitoring plan too."
Museveni, at the launch of a One Stop Border at Busia - August 2017.
“Lakes are very easy areas of infiltration, there is need to defend our fisheries but also stop border lakes from being used by terrorists and I am an expert in this because I once had to use a boat of 25 horse power to cross over to Kisumu which was so risky,”
Museveni at the launch of the army Marines' specialized equipments - June 2018.

In response to the escalating insecurity in the country following his constitional amendment for his life presidency, the Ugandan military dictator has come up with a ten point strategy to tackle the threat. Among the strategies is the so called finger printing of all legal guns. He has also decreed that the customs authority (URA) acquires specialized equipments to curb importation of illegal weapons.

A few days earlier, his top security chiefs convened a press briefing in which they attributed the killings to a large number of guns being in wrong hands. The police had suspended issuing of licensed guns to private citizens, embarked on registering private legal guns in private hands and reviewing the eligibility of private legal gun holders. 

 The above measures are empty owing to the fact that there is a very high possibility that the killings can be traced to the security forces. This is because of not only the high class skills, precision and confidence exhibited by the killers but the visible attempts by top security managers to cover-up. Museveni has repeatedly admitted that his security forces are infiltrated by mafias. He is currently carrying out a futile politically motivated clean up in the police force.

Compared to past governments, his 32 years regime has excelled in poor regulation of arms. It has since time imemorial been issuing out automatic guns without proper reason, procedure and records to individual regime supporters more especially in western Uganda and Kiruhura in particular. 

 In some areas, almost every homestead has an illegally held gun. Let the regime first tell Ugandans what happened to the case of CMI's Capt. Joseph Mushabe and company who were arrested for killing and robbing victims of billions of cash using specialised Macro Garril automatic guns. Also, then if in their wisdom, they think that it's the illegal guns that are used in the killings, why are the poverty stricken army veterans and retirees not involved in crime? It's because most of the veterans who are living in appalling conditions are those ones who had sacrificed by joining the NRA. Now that the category that joined the UPDF for economic gain has also clocked retirement age, the public should expect a negative trend in crime in the near future.  The worst is yet to come.

Otherwise, if the killings are politically motivated, then the so called strategies are just empty talk. The ground is ripe for use of arms and actuality more ripe than it was in 1972 when Museveni claims to have smuggled arms into Uganda. For those who were old enough, they know what collateral damage those arms did inside Uganda and the blame was put on the Iddi Amin regime. What about the caches of arms that were aerial dropped by Libyan planes into his then NRA rebel territories in the early 1980s? Is it because all the rest of Ugandans are "idiots, pigs and cowards" who don't have friends abroad from whom they can acquire and smuggle in arms? Just address the root cause of the problem or else it will be addressed by the barrel of the gun.

INFORMATION IS POWER AND THE PROBLEM OF UGANDA IS MUSEVENISM

UGANDA: Highlights of discussions in UK on Uganda and Museveni

Intelligent Discourse
INTELLIGENT DISCOURSE ON AFRICA, ITS DIASPORA, WITH BIAS TO UGANDANS AT HOME AND DIASPORA
SATURDAY, JUNE 30TH, 2018|





Peter Herbert OBE discussing racial bias in Britain's Criminal Justice System.

Betty Nambooze Torture: Boris Johnson (Britain’s Secretary of State) receives complaint letter.

Boris Johnson the UK Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Commonwealth Affairs has received a complaint letter of the torture of Ugandan MP Betty Nambooze.


Betty Nambooze MP Mukono County (courtesy photo)

British Member of Parliament Dr. Paul Williams (MP Stockton South) who gained recognition among Ugandans during the UK CHOGM (April 16th-20th 2018) for urging CHOGM leaders to call for the resignation of President Museveni, wrote to Boris yesterday (June 29th 2018) ↓.



Identifying himself as a “friend of Uganda”, the doctor-turned-MP (pictured ↓, lived in Kalungu for 5 years, volunteering as a doctor and has since developed a fondness for Uganda.


British MP Paul Williams (extreme right) was keynote speaker at a Westminster event discussing the future of Uganda. Dr. Kizza Besigye (left) and Professor Amii Omara Otunnu (Professor of History and Human Rights-University of Connecticut) were the other key speakers.

“Betty was one of a number of Ugandans MPs who were assaulted when Ugandan Special Forces raided the Ugandan Parliament on 27th September 2017 during a fractious time when the removal of Presidential age limits was being debated,” he stated.

“Betty was one of a number of MPs opposing the proposed bill. Bones in her back were broken during the raid and she underwent spinal surgery afterwards. She has subsequently been arrested(and in the last few days released on police bail) for social media posts,” he further stated.

“I would be grateful if you would ensure that the Government is making all appropriate diplomatic representations possible in order to secure the safety and well being of Betty Nambooze MP,” he ended.

In writing to Boris, the MP did not shy away from his criticism of President Museveni saying he witnessed first hand the political difficulties of the country.

At ‘The Future of Uganda’ event in Westminster, Paul repeated his criticism of Museveni’s long stay in power and the amendments to the constitution. He added his voice to that of other Ugandans in favour of better treatment of members of the opposition by government.

Betty Nambooze’s plight was brought to Dr, Paul’s attention by American Professor Helen Epstein (pictured ↓). The Bard College Professor has lived in Uganda too and recently published a book “Another Fine Mess: America, Uganda, and the War on Terror”.


Professor Helen Epstein (far right) at the Future of Uganda event in Westminster. On her right is Mr. Paul Mutawe the FDC UK Deputy Minister Foreign and Regional Affairs. MP Gilbert Olanya (Kilak South) is at their front. Enter a caption

Ms Nambooze was due to return to Manipal Hospital in India for further medical review of the spinal back damage she suffered on September 2017.

Her back was broken during the Parliament melee when opposition Members of Parliament contesting the Constitutional Amendment bill were manhandled by security operatives. She had successful surgery in Manipal and returned to Uganda after a month.

Her health however recently deteriorated following her arrest and detainment in police custody at Nagalama Police Station on June 13th 2018. She was subsequently transferred to the Mulago Hospital branch in Kiruddu.

She has since been released on police bond and is expected to be travelling anytime, to India, for further treatment.
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THE ABOVE WAS SENT BY DR. VINCENT MAGOMBE WHO IS BASED IN LONDON UK

UGANDA: Museveni dupes his MPigs on military guards



MUSEVENI DUPES HIS M.PIGS ON MILITARY GUARDS

"Collective security is better than individualized security of single body guards, sitting in the same vehicle with the principal......... as you can see in the case of Kaweesi and Abiriga, sitting with bodyguards (even if they are many) in a single soft skin vehicle, of whatever type, is not a solution. The enemy can by surprise attack all of you, without giving you a chance to respond."
Museveni's message following the killing of Hon. Abriga - 10th June, 2018.

Two weeks later when he met his M.Pigs to address them on the escalating insecurity that is characterized by mysterious killings, they expressed reservations on police guards. Some of them claimed that the police guards were refusing to guard them on grounds that doing so makes them (guards) a target of assassination. While they have a valid argument, the visibly angry Museveni threatened action on such policemen for allegedly neglecting duty. Indeed, why should the tax payer pay for police guards who protect an MPig who took a bribe to amend the constitution for Museveni's life presidency!!!

The MPigs expressed their preference for army guards instead of the police. The military has been involved in guarding some individual regime officials, relatives and friends of the First Family, some businessmen with close connections to the regime and such other individuals and businesses and farms. In their stupidity, they only fancy being accorded military escorts as a sign of elevation in status. They foolishly forget that in terms of VIP protection skills, the police may be ahead. They also forget that slain Maj. Kigundu and Col. Abiriga had military bodyguards with whom they perished together. In fact, Hon. Abiriga was being guarded by his own blood brother. Any serious investigation should have started with the circumstances under which he ended up being guarded by his own blood brother.

Museveni cunningly ordered the Army Chief to work with the Commandant of the Parliamentary Police in handling the process of enhancing the MPigs security. They are all now up in excitement but for Museveni, he has scored since the development fits into his designs of enhancing the security budget and other draconian constitutional amendments.

You reap what you sow; why does a people's representative feel insecure? The Museveni they handed a life presidency blank cheque is guarded by his ethnic dominated 10,000+ well equipped elite force (SFC). Alternatively, they can use the so called "facilitation money" that they were given to ammend the constitution.

INFORMATION IS POWER AND THE PROBLEM OF UGANDA IS MUSEVENISM






UGANDA: Museveni bans hooded jackets in another security gamble





MUSEVENI BANS HOODED JACKETS IN ANOTHER SECURITY GAMBLE

CHANGE OF GUARDS - Faced with growing insecurity in which the country is grappling with mysterious killings by unknown gunmen, Uganda's military dictator, Museveni has issued a decree banning the wearing of hooded jackets. Addressing Parliament last week, he used a hooded military camouflage rain jacket to demonstrate how the hood disguises the facial identity if the assailant.

Obviously, Museveni very well knows that banning of hooded jackets is no where near the solution but as usual is just taking gullible Ugandans for a ride. Hooded jackets and jumpers are not only fashionably popular with the youth but is a trade mark dress code for his main political challenger, Dr. Kizza Besigye. Neither police statistics nor public outcry has pointed to criminals using hooded jackets.

However, it is a fact that hoods are a dressing code for his plain clothed and machine gun trotting security officers whenever they are on kidnap missions in broad daylight.

In November 2005, he sent his plain clothed, hooded armed men who stormed the High Court and they violently rearrested suspects who had just been given bail (see photo).

In May 2011, he sent his hooded security officers to attack Dr. Kizza Besigye, leaving him almost blind. One of the hooded goons was seen smashing Dr. Besigye's car with a hammer (see photo).

In April 2016, he sent his plain clothed and hooded security officers to attack and beat up people in Kampala who were cheerig up Dr. Kizza Besigye (see photo).

In November 2017 he sent his hooded, plain clothed and armed security officers to Nakawa Court to kidnap a one Shaban Ssenfuka who had been released on bail by court (see photo).

In April 2018, he sent his hooded, plain clothed and armed security officers to the High Court to kidnap Sheikh Kalule who had just been released on bail by court after spending over four years on remand (see photo).

In all the above incidents, his regime has never come out to account for the armed, plainclothed and hooded men who have repeatedly caused mayhem. Therefore, from the above it can be concluded that hoods is a dressing code of Museveni's security personnel who have been carrying out heinous crimes against Ugandans. By decreeing against wearing of hooded jackets, Museveni was simply posturing and as usual gambling with security.

INFORMATION IS POWER AND THE PROBLEM OF UGANDA IS MUSEVENISM.









UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added NBS Amasengejje Full News Bulletin - 29 June, 2018 video

NBS Amasengejje Full News Bulletin - 29 June, 2018



NBS Amasengejje Full News Bulletin.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added NBS Live At 9 Full News Bulletin - 29 June, 2018 video

NBS Live At 9 Full News Bulletin - 29 June, 2018



NBS Live At 9 Full News Bulletin.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added NBS Amasengejje Full News Bulletin - 29 June, 2018 video

NBS Amasengejje Full News Bulletin - 29 June, 2018



NBS Amasengejje Full News Bulletin.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added NBS Your Story Full News Bulletin - 30 June, 2018 video

NBS Your Story Full News Bulletin - 30 June, 2018



NBS Your Story Full News Bulletin.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added 4th Edition of Seals Swim Champs Nears video

4th Edition of Seals Swim Champs Nears



The fourth edition of the Seals invitational swimming championships is drawing closer. Swimmers from Uganda and neighboring countries like Kenya will dive into the Kampala Parents pool waters to battle for bragging rights and prizes.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Naguru Echo Silence Umony Select video

Naguru Echo Silence Umony Select



Naguru echo club has let shine a number of talents in the country but the club remains in dire state. In a football match to respond to its plight, Naguru Echo were 3-1 winners over Umony 11 . The star studded match at Star Times Stadium had former Cranes players and celebrities in attendance. Kits and balls were donated to the club to finance her football dream.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Budaka Farmers Want Operation Wealth Creation Investigated video

Budaka Farmers Want Operation Wealth Creation Investigated



Leaders in Budaka district have called for investigations into the management of the operation wealth creation program in the district, they say is only beneficial to contractors as opposed to the intended beneficiaries. District leaders say the program is marred by irregularities, ranging from supply of low quality inputs and segregation to delays in supply.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Concern About the Rampant Sale of Land video

Concern About the Rampant Sale of Land



Leaders in the Teso region are concerned over the rampant sale of Land. A latest Survey conducted by the Land and Equity Movement, a local NGO dealing in land rights, shows that residents are selling off their Land in order to sustain themselves.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Saving River Muzizi video

Saving River Muzizi



The high rate of environmental degradation is escalating the siltation on river muzizi which is one of the main source of water for Kyenjojo and neighboring districts. Human activities like rice growing along the river banks, cattle grazing are among the major causes of siltation of River Muzizi and its tributaries resulting in dropping water levels water levels. River Muzizi acts as a natural boundary between Kibaale, Kyenjojo, Kegegwa and Mubende districts, which river Nguse borders Kibaale and Hoima districts this river flow into Lake Albert.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Opposition Pitch Camp in Sheema video

Opposition Pitch Camp in Sheema



Opposition leaders are in Sheema district to converse votes for the Sheema municipality FDC member of Parliament contestant Vaginia Plan Mugyenyi. Led by the former party President KizzaBesigye, the leaders say, the election will be key in changing the country’s leader ship.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Kabale Struggling With Children Abandonment video

Kabale Struggling With Children Abandonment



Child abandonment is not uncommon but in the western district of Kabale, there is growing concern over the increasing cases of infants who are being abandoned. Stakeholders are now raising the flag over the number of children being dumped at garbage pits, and in pit latrines.

UGANDA: Social media tax boycott begins


By CHARLES RWOMUSHANA - please check his Facebook page for pictures of the victims mentioned.

The #Eshato  Forces Command  zooms on the lady in the photo Amina Kassim kidnapped and still missing. ..

Hussein Mutebi said to be in the photo was kidnapped, grousomely executed and body is said to have been dumped in Bukulula Greater Masaka. ..

I have opined before and I still do.

This insecurity which is about to get outof hand is political.

These killings are a product of the internal contradictions with in the NRA Occupation #alnakba.

In the interim Museveni must engage and talk to among others Kale Kayihura.

My strong view on these crude taxes like the social media tax is to boycott by deliberately cutting the expenditure so that we hurt both the revenue of the telecommunications companies and fuel and oil destitution systems.

In any case,  the available intelligence indicates the security situation is going to worsen and certainly the economy will collapse.

It's critical that we must cut consumption and limit expenditure to critical areas.

At some stage we will have to do eshabwe and kalo with  some elements that enforce payments on essential lifeline services like water etc,

This can be further discussed.

I don't subscribe to VPN  because this does not hurt telecommunication companies revenue.

Let the conversation continue until we arrive at a consensus. ..

We can do social media at least twice a week. .For purposes of checking and updating each.

We have to minimise calls and mobile money operations...The same is true with fuel consumption so that we save for food ...

In any case this situation is inevitable. ..

I propose Monday and Friday. ..

We need to do more debate and arrive at a consensus on  limiting  travelling on Highways to Monday and Friday.

If we were to be resolute I'm sure Museveni will engage before the country is engulfed into a deadly civil war. ..

Share widely for an exhaustive discussion and feedback. ..

But whether you indulge or not. .

Know. ..

Kulluno

Under the NRA Occupation #alnakba. .

All of us will board the

#Mpawo  atalikaba. ..bus service. ..
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ANDREW KARAMAGI

I am sick, tired and fed up of this abusive relationship of six years!

Fortunately, we have no children. And so the break-up will be easier for me.

I have decided to publicly walk-out of it on Monday, 2 July, 2018, even though my partner doesn’t think I can actually walk away.

You see, the thing with abusive partners is that they think the other partner cannot do anything but stay even when it’s a living hell.

I invite all of you who agree with me that the social media tax is patently illegal and manifestly illegitimate to join me. Let us shock them. Ugandans have been under-looked for sooo long! On this one occasion, let us show our power without even going to the streets, raising our voices or debating with regime sycophants and arm-chair analysts.

So, what should we do? What’s the plan? Here’s what I am going to do. Please join me.

On Monday, I am going to return my SIM Card to Airtel so that I get off the mobile phone network altogether. But this will not succeed if a few people are the only ones who take this action.

If you have more than one SIM Card, you may switch off both or one.

The rationale of my action is that if hundreds of Ugandans get off the telecom networks every day, revenue collections from subscribers (in terms of voice, data and mobile money) will drop so drastically in such a short time that the entire financial system will be shocked…and this will not take long.

Government will have no option but to revoke the amendment to the Excise Duty Act (commonly referred to as the social media and mobile money tax).

Only then can we return to the tax model that will end tonight if we the millions of Ugandan subscribers do nothing about it.

I will not take another beating or insult. Businesses like telecom companies and the governments that host them must be taught a lesson by we the clients. We must be treated with dignity and respect. If we do nothing, they will figure out a way to levy a tax on the air we breathe. And if we do nothing again, they will impose a tax on sleep. Their hunger for money knows no limits. In fact, a massive 1% is also being levied on the value of all Mobile Money transactions.

The other offensive thing about this telecom-client relationship is that we are already being under-served in terms of dropped calls, weak/intermittent network signals and painfully slow internet connections.

Finally, this is a battle between the rich and powerful and the poor and vulnerable. The rich and powerful use the law and coercion to exploit and extort from the poor and vulnerable.

This double taxation is yet another manifestation of the abusive, disrespectful and unconscionable treatment of ordinary Ugandans by the ruling political class, in concert with foreign capital.

I am not even saying anything about the fact that our taxes are simply misused and/or stolen with impunity by those in charge of our economy.

If taxes meant better public education, affordable healthcare, public transport and social security benefits, Ugandans would’ve been the most content taxpayers in sub-Saharan Africa! We are already paying 30% in PAYE, 5% in contributions to NSSF, Local Service Tax, while corporations (most of these being Ugandan Small and Medium-sized Enterprises must part with 30% of earnings… while so called foreign investors enjoy ten-year plus tax holidays and other reliefs.

The bulk of this money is used to prop the regime in power: the latest planned expenditure is to assign a security detail of Special Forces Command soldiers to each parliamentarian who feels threatened by the fact that they betrayed Ugandans and amended the Constitution to create a life presidency. Pro-life-presidency MPs now want to live in prisons of their own creation at our expense! Not with my money…nedda bambi!

I am too proud to let my abusive partner, Airtel, continue mistreating me with impunity in cahoots with their new side-dish called Government.

If we all switched off our phones or, like I plan to do, returned our SIM Cards to the headquarters or service centres of our respective service providers, the revenue loss will be so massive that there will be no option but to concede to people power and rescind this most odious and prohibitive tax on social media and mobile money transactions.

We the citizens of this country have the power; we can win this without even lifting a finger! Simply switch off your phone. Or remove the SIM Card. Or alternatively, return the SIM Card to the company.

Those responsible for this tax will remove it without us shouting a lot.

For those who will need me after Monday, my email address is karamagiandrew@gmail.com

If anyone in the ruling political class would like to charge me with inciting the population to evade tax, my court summons can also be delivered to the same foregoing email address.

I’m game!

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Refugee Population in Uganda Hit 4 Million video

Refugee Population in Uganda Hit 4 Million



At the height of contradictions surrounding Refugee financing, the international community has urged countries neighboring Uganda to sort out their governance issues, as one of the remedies to the refugee crisis in the region. This as the refugee population hit the 4 million mark, making Uganda the largest refugee host community in the world.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added MP Betty Nambooze Still in Critical Condition video

MP Betty Nambooze Still in Critical Condition



Mukono legislator Betty Nambooze’s travel to India for specialized treatment still hangs in balance due to delays in certifying her medical fitness forms. Nambooze who is currently admitted at Bugolobi medical in critical condition, after being transferred from Kirudu hospital, is concerned over whether she will be considered fit to travel abroad.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Boda Boda Riders Decry Cost of New Plates video

Boda Boda Riders Decry Cost of New Plates



Commercial motorcycles commonly referred to as Boda bodas will, starting the new financial year, be expected to adhere to the requirement to hold specific number plates for their bikes. This follows a government directive early this intended to streamline operations of the cyclists and differentiate them from private motor cycles. Zahra Namuli has the details.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Activists Demand Security for Women video

Activists Demand Security for Women



Activists have pulled off a protest in response to the brutal killings of women and a call for justice for women who have been subjected to inequality. It follows earlier police caution against staging a mass protest. The move is the first of its kind since the spate of brutal murders of women in Entebbe and Nansana. Canary Mugume starts us off with that report.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Uganda Eyungudde Abawuzi 300 video

Uganda Eyungudde Abawuzi 300



Nuwa Serunjogi ne Zara Nsubuga aba seals swimming club besunga empaka z’okuwuga eza seals ez’omulundi 4 ezisubirwamu abawuzi abasoba mu 400. Bano bagamba nti bakudamu bawangule empaka zino kubanga betegese ekimala.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Laba Ezaali Emunyeenye za Uganda video

Laba Ezaali Emunyeenye za Uganda



Mu kawefube w’okuddiza abantu be Naggulu wansi w’enteekateeka ey’omusambi Brian Omony eya Omony Foundation, bangi ku bagusambako bajjumbidde omulanga gwe

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Abakyala Bakyewatiddemu video

Abakyala Bakyewatiddemu



Abakazi abawerako mu Busoga kati batambula beeyagala olw’okufuna ensimbi ez’okwekulakulanya zebamaze ebbanga nga balindiridde. Abakazi bano abeegattira mu bibiina ebyenjawulo bagamba nti webatuuse tebakyaddamu kukaaba bwavu kuba kati beekolera emirimu egivaamu ensimbi ezibayimirizaawo.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Musengejje Ebibiina Ebijja Ewammwe video

Musengejje Ebibiina Ebijja Ewammwe



Abakulembeze ba district y’e Nakaseke banyikavu olwebibiina ebiwozi byensimbi ebimelukawo buli ssaawa era nga Byongedde okunyaga abantu. Bano era balabudde nabegassi okwewala okugulilira abakozi ba district mbu basobole okubayisamu kyoka bwebatakikola ate nebadukira mu ofisi zabwe okufuna obuyambi kyoka nga ensimbi baziwayo keyagalire.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Nabagereka Akuutidde Abazadde video

Nabagereka Akuutidde Abazadde



Maama wa Buganda Nabagereka sylivia akuutidde abazadde okuba abasaale mu kuyigiriza abaana baabwe ennimi enzaliranwa basobole okumanya gyebava n’obuwangwa bwabwe. Nnabagereka abadde ku mukolo ogwokukwasa ebirabo amasomero agaawangula empaka zokuyimba wamu nokuzina ko nekatemba ezatumibwa Buganda Royal Arts shield Festival ku ssomero lya Luyanzi college e Bweyogerere .

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Nambooze Tannagenda Buyindi video

Nambooze Tannagenda Buyindi



Omubaka wa Municipali ye Mukono Betty Nambooze Bakireke wadde ng’olunaku olwaleero lwakakasibwa nti lwagenda okutwalibwa e Buyindi ajanjabibwe, munange akyali wali e Bugoloobi Medical Centre nga nekisinga okwenyamiza nti embeera ye eyongera kuba mbi. Kibalizi John adduse za mbwa okulaba ku mubaka ono era katulabe byakunganyiza.

MrMatador has added Uruguay vs Portugal 2-1 - All Goals & Extended Highlights - World CUP 30/06/2018 HD - From stands video



Uruguay vs Portugal 2-1 - All Goals & Extended Highlights - World CUP 30/06/2018 HD - From stands
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UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Omutanda Waakulabikako eri Obuganda video

Omutanda Waakulabikako eri Obuganda



Ebikujuko bya Jubireewo mu bwakabaka bwa Buganda bitinta, era wowulirira bino ngenteekateeka zonna ziwedde okulaba nga sabasajja Kabakaba Ronald Muwenda Mutebi owokubiri abitongoza mu butongole. Ssbasajja Kabaka olw’enkya era lwagenda okutongoza ebibumbe by’emiziro mu Buganda nga bino byebitereddwa ku luguudo olwa Royal Mile. Kayonga Paul atuseeyo.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Atambulira ku Bbooda Manya Bino video

Atambulira ku Bbooda Manya Bino



Entambula ya bodaboda yafuuka mukwano gwa bangi wano mu Uganda ate era nga y’entambula abantu gyebasinga obuteesiga olw’ebizibu ebigyerimbiseemu. Naye ggwe atambulira ku boodaboda oyawula ey’obwannyini n’enkozi ya ssente? Zahra Namuli n’ebisingawo.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Mutubuulire ani Atutemula – Bakazi video

Mutubuulire ani Atutemula – Bakazi



Abakyala abakakasa nti bo balwanirira ddembe lyabanabwe bakedde kweyiwa ku luguudo nebakumba nga bagamba nti Poliisi ensonga zebawa ku kiwamba nekitta bakazi tezimatiza. Bano nga bakulembedddwamu Kakensa Stella Nyanzi batuuse n’okuwemula ensi bwebasaseewo okutambuliza ebifuba byaabwe ebweru, olwo abalabi nebalowooza nti bandiddako ebirala.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Muyombi Ali a Gardener on his Job and Life video

Muyombi Ali a Gardener on his Job and Life



Muyombi Ali a Gardener on his Job and Life.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Pushing for Protection for Hotel Employees video

Pushing for Protection for Hotel Employees



Hotel owners are calling for a policy that requires all players in the hotels industry to employ at least 99% Ugandans to reduce on the rising unemployment levels. Ambrose Muhumuza tells this story

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Record Number Left Homeless After Eviction video

Record Number Left Homeless After Eviction



Locals in Kiryandongo district are accusing security agencies and other local leaders of aiding their forceful eviction form their land. The locals say Police just looked on as their properties were being destroyed.

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added TALK OF THE NATION: Raising awareness on crimes against women video

TALK OF THE NATION: Raising awareness on crimes against women



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UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Obiga Kania on the Current State of Security in the Country video

Obiga Kania on the Current State of Security in the Country



Obiga Kania on the Current State of Security in the Country.

MrMatador has added Uruguay vs Portugal 1-0 - All Goals & Extended Highlights - 30/06/2018 HD World Cup - From stands video



Uruguay vs Portugal 1-0 - All Goals & Extended Highlights - 30/06/2018 HD World Cup - From stands
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UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Rampant Sale of Land Affecting Livelihoods video

Rampant Sale of Land Affecting Livelihoods



The rampant sale of Land in Teso region is raising concern among leaders. A latest Survey Carried Out By Land And Equity Movement LEMU an NGO dealing in land rights In Uganda Has Revealed That There Is Rampant Sell of Land by the people in Teso in order to Sustain Their Livelihoods.

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Coping With Amputation, Onyango's Story video

Coping With Amputation, Onyango's Story



We all get older. Unfortunately, many of us have to deal with amputation at the same time. Though we don’t have much control over certain life challenges, we do have some power over the way we see ourselves. And that exactly what Samuel Onyango a 40-year-old former UPDF officer who was shot seven times in the stomach is going through. Cuthbert Kigozi caught up with him at his home in Kireka.

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Kanungu women lauded for promoting girls’ education video

Kanungu women lauded for promoting girls’ education



The minister of education Janet Museveni has appreciated the efforts of the women of Kanungu for supplementing government programs to skill the girl child. The First Lady, who was represented by the minister of general duties in the office of the prime minister Mary Karooro Okurut at the launch of the fundraising ceremony in Kampala, said the skilling centre will uplift the social economic wellbeing of the communities in Kanungu District. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NBS TV Uganda has added Mobile Apps Helping Farmers Fight Diseases video

Mobile Apps Helping Farmers Fight Diseases



For years agriculture has been the backbone of Uganda’s economy. But the continued use of rudimentary tools, coupled with pests and diseases are hampering the sector that currently employs about 80 percent of Ugandans. This is now raising worry of food insecurity in the Elgon region. Ibrahim Lubega tells this story

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Former Cranes players and celebrities turn up for the Naguru community charity match video

Former Cranes players and celebrities turn up for the Naguru community charity match



Several former Uganda Cranes players and celebrities turned up at the star times stadium in Lugogo to play a Naguru community charity match organized by former KCCA FC and Cranes striker Brian Omony. The Uganda sports Press Association beat Kampala’s celebrities 2 -1 in the curtain raiser game before Naguru Echo FC grabbed a 3 -1 win over the Brian Omonyi select side dominated by former national team players. Omonyi says he wanted to give back to the community that raised a number of great national team players. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added FUFA DRUM: West Nile Province edged Bugisu by one goal video

FUFA DRUM: West Nile Province edged Bugisu by one goal



Visitors West Nile Province edged Bugisu by one goal to nil in the first leg of the FUFA drum quarterfinals amidst chaos and tear gas at Mbale Municipal stadium this evening. The chaos erupted after West Nile scored the goal in the dying minutes of the game, moments after the home side had their goal canceled. Meanwhile, in Mbarara, Ankole were forced to a goalless draw by Busoga in the other quarter final first leg. Tomorrow, Sunday, Buganda hosts Kampala at Mukono Bishop School in the last quarter-final game. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Raphael Magyezi decries intolerance in politics video

Raphael Magyezi decries intolerance in politics



Igara West member of parliament Raphael Magyezi has revealed that his life has been turned upside down since the debate on the removal of age limits and he now receives constant death threats. Magyezi is among the MPs whose security has been boosted by the UPDF after their police guards ran away for fear of their lives. Magyezi has told NTV that he is among the five MPs who have been singled out has targets after the killing of Arua Municipality MP, Ibrahim Abiriga. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Erias Lukwago’s security boosted after death threats video

Erias Lukwago’s security boosted after death threats



The Inspector General of police Martin Okoth Ochola has directed that the Lord Mayor of Kampala Erias Lukwago be given more security. The directive comes after Lukwago raised concerns that he was receiving death threats from unknown sources on social media. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Rugunda praises local initiative in Kisoro to build maternity ward video

Rugunda praises local initiative in Kisoro to build maternity ward



Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Ragunda has commissioned a maternity ward in Cyahi Sub county in Kisoro district at Clare Nsenga foundation health Centre. Rugunda says these kind of initiatives have played a big role in the reduction of maternal mortality rates. Pius Birigirmana the Permanent Secretary in the ministry of Labour and who is also the who country Director of the Foundation Health Centre, told the prime minister that inflating the prices of construction of government health centers should not be tolerated, because he used 600m Uganda shillings to construct and equip the ward. The health centre is build the memory of Sister Margret Clare Nsengiyumva. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added LOCAL GOV’T REPORT CARD: Teso leaders react to poor performance report video

LOCAL GOV’T REPORT CARD: Teso leaders react to poor performance report



Different local government leaders from Teso have rejected a local government report, which placed many districts in the sub-region as some of the worst performing. The leaders say the methodology used to evaluate the performance of the districts was flawed. They also claim the report was more concerned with non-priority areas instead of concentrating on service delivery. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: Peaceful demonstration held to raise awareness video

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: Peaceful demonstration held to raise awareness



Activists have demanded that Police and security organs protect women and assure them of their safety in the wake of a recent spate of kidnaps and murders. They say that at least 42 women have been killed since May 2017, also voicing concern about Police laxity to investigate the incidents. Among those who joined the One Million March, organized by the Women Protest Working Group, were the French Ambassador Stephanie Rivoal and US Ambassador Deborah Malac who urged for the end of violence against women. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added NTV THE BEAT: Irene Ntale Exclusive video

NTV THE BEAT: Irene Ntale Exclusive



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UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Ettaka kata lisse abasajja basatu e Iganga video

Ettaka kata lisse abasajja basatu e Iganga



Abantu babiri basimatuse okugajambulwa abatuuze mu disitulikiti ye Iganga, oluvanyuma lw’okweyita abakungu okuva mu minisitule y’ebyettaka kyebatali mu lukiiko lwe ttaka olubadde lutudde mu bitundu bino. Abatuuze okutuuka okuva mu mbeera kiddiridde okulumiriza akulira esomero ly’abannansi e Iganga David Balidawa okubabbako ettaka lyabwe mu lukujukuju, mukubakakanya kwekuleta abakulu bano wabula oluvanyuma abatuuze nebamugwamu nti abakulu bano bafere. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added EBIBALUWA EBITIISA: Lukwago awandiikidde poliisi, ayagala enoonyereze video

EBIBALUWA EBITIISA: Lukwago awandiikidde poliisi, ayagala enoonyereze



Aduumira Poliisi ya Uganda Martin Okoth Ochola alagidde abakuumi ba Loodi Meeya wa Kampala Erias Lukwago bongerweko oluvannyuma lw’ono okufuna obubaka obutiisatiisa okumukolako obulabe Kino kiddiridde ebbaluwa Lukwago gyeyawandiise ng’asaba Poliisi enoonyereze ku bubaka obutiisa okumukolako obulabe Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Minisitule y’ebyenjigiriza ereeta enkola okurwanyisa ekibbabigezo video

Minisitule y’ebyenjigiriza ereeta enkola okurwanyisa ekibbabigezo



Minisitule y’ebyenjigiriza eriko enkola gyereeta nga yejja okuyamba mu kulwanyisa ekibba bigezo mu gwanga. Okusinziira ku muwandiisi ow’enkalakkalira mu minisitule eno Alex Kakooza, enkola eno yakwanjulwa ekiseera kyonna era nga yakopeddwa mu mawanga agomuliraano Kakooza bino abyogeredde ku Kibuli Secondary School abasomesa n’abakulira amasomero ga siniya gyebakungaanidde okukubaganya ebirowoozo ku ngeri y’okutumbula omulimu gwabwe Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added ENKAAYANA KU TTAKA: Bamusigansimbi babiri e Luweero bagugulana lwa ttaka video

ENKAAYANA KU TTAKA: Bamusigansimbi babiri e Luweero bagugulana lwa ttaka



Wabaluseewo enkaayana ku ttaka eriweza yiika 133 mu ggombolola ye Butuntumula mu disitulikiti ye Luweero wakati wa Bamusiga nsimbi babiri, okuli owa Ndibulungi Sugar Works okuva mu ggwanga lya Buyindi n’owa Golden crop Agro processing okuva mu Pakistan Kanaaluzaala avudde ku biwandiiko ebiraga obwannanyini ku ttaka lino nga buli omu kyalina kimuwa obuyinza ku ttaka eryogerwako Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Raphael Magyezi ayogedde ku by’okumutiisatiisa okumutta video

Raphael Magyezi ayogedde ku by’okumutiisatiisa okumutta



Omubaka wa Igara County West mu Palamenti Raphael Magyezi naye atuubulidde nti ali ku lukalala lw’ababaka bataano abatemu bebaagala okutuusako obulabe nga babalanga okuggya ekkomo ku myaka gy’omukulembeze w’eggwanga Ono ayogeddeko n’omusasi waffe Herbert Zziwa mu mboozi eyakafubo. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Eyakubwa poliisi essasi e Kyengera alaajana video

Eyakubwa poliisi essasi e Kyengera alaajana



Waliwo omusajja avuddeyo okulumiriza abaserikale ba poliisi okumukuba essasi eryabulako akatono okumujja mu budde kyokka nebatamufaako. Steven Kamoga, agamba nti yakubwa essasi poliisi bweyali egezaako okutawuuluza enkayaana wakati wa ba dereeva ba takisi ab’e Nsangi ne Kibuye. Ono ayagala ssaabapoliisi Martin Okoth Ochola ensonga zino aziyingiremu olwo afune obujanjjabi obwegasa era aliyirirwe. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page https://ift.tt/1bbEIWm

UGANDA: NTVUganda has added Omuliro gwokezza omwana mu nju ng’abazadde tebaliiwo video

Omuliro gwokezza omwana mu nju ng’abazadde tebaliiwo



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UGANDA: NTVUganda has added EKITTABAKAZI MU GGWANGA: Abakazi batambudde okulaga obutali bumativu video

EKITTABAKAZI MU GGWANGA: Abakazi batambudde okulaga obutali bumativu



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