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Thursday, May 17th, 2018


Wikipedia article of the day for May 18, 2018

The Wikipedia article of the day for May 18, 2018 is History of Gillingham F.C.. Gillingham F.C. is an English football club based in Gillingham, Kent. The club was formed in 1893, and played in the Southern League until 1920, when its top division was absorbed into the Football League as its new Division Three. The club was voted out of the league in favour of Ipswich Town at the end of the 1937–38 season, but returned 12 years later, when that league was expanded from 88 to 92 clubs.Read More

UGANDA: Why Speaker Kadaga is an “IDIOT” – PICTURES

CHANGE OF GUARDS – “If we don’t treat the impunity, one day, someone will come and takeover this Parliament and claim that it is his house claiming that he fought in the bush; so this house directs Gen. Tumwine to lay off rent but also to vacate because it is a public property.”Speaker Kadaga to Parliament – May 2018. “The Speaker doesn’t understand these things. Unlike Kadaga, I don’t fight to be heard speaking. I fight for the truth. If they built it, let them evict me. They don’t understand whatRead More

UGANDA: Museveni brings country to precipice of anarchy – VIDEO

Ugandan Dictator Yoweri Museveni has brought Uganda to the precipice of political anarchy. The Country is tittering on the brink, as the dictatorship continues to disintegrate. But what will it take for Ugandans to say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH? [A Free Uganda Commentary. By Dr Vincent Magombe, Secretary Free Uganda (FU) Leadership Committee and Press Secretary FU – 15 May 2018] The state of anarchy and the total break-down of the security situation and the rule of law in Uganda is symptomatic of the collapsing authority of the NRM and DictatorRead More

UGANDA: Thailand authorities rescue 40 girls, Ugandan mother of human trafficking for sex

‘ 40 Ugandan women rescued in Thailand THE OBSERVER – Over 40 Ugandan women have been rescued from a human trafficking racket in a Wednesday sweep in Thailand by Thai authorities. The girls were reportedly enroute to several Asian countries of Brunei, Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam where they are used as sex slaves. Saada’ the said grandmother of human trafficking of Ugandan girls The head of the Thailand Anti Trafficking in Persons Task Force (TATIP), Lt Gen Jaruvat Vaisaya said the rescue mission wasRead More

UGANDA: Umeme rejects Bigirimana for his corruption scandulous past

Pius Bigirimana Umeme shareholders reject Bigirimana over ‘tainted, corrupt image’ Written by URN, THE OBSERVER Umeme shareholders have rejected ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development permanent secretary Pius Bigirimana as one of its board of directors. The shareholders, at their annual general meeting held at Sheraton Kampala hotel voted by a simple majority against the inclusion of Bigirimana on the board for the next one year. Bigirimana had been nominated by the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) as a non-executive director of Umeme. NSSF is the biggest shareholder inRead More

TRUMP contradicts own National Security Adviser on North Korea

Coffins of 28 people, who Libyan government officials say were killed by NATO air strikes, August 9, 2011. © Caren Firouz / Reuters Trump says ‘Libya model’ not in store for North Korea… provided it does deal with US RT – President Donald Trump seems to have contradicted his own national security adviser by saying his administration is not considering a “Libyan model” for North Korea. He joked about attacking North Korea should the talks fail. US National Security Adviser John Bolton suggested earlier that North Korea should strike aRead More

ETHIOPIA: Gunmen kill Dangote employees – earlier reported as only country director

Gunmen kill Dangote employees in Ethiopia BBC – Three employees of a cement factory owned by Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote have been killed by gunmen in Ethiopia’s Oromia region. Indian national Deep Kamara, who managed the plant, died alongside two Ethiopian employees. They were returning to the capital, Addis Ababa, from the factory, a government statement said. The motive is unclear. Addis Standard@addisstandard Breaking: Unidentified perpetrators kill Dangote cement #Ethiopia country manager Deep Kamara, two Ethiopians – … According to a local who spoke to AS by phone, the threeRead More

UGANDA: Police rob BIDCO, survive lynching

Savannah Region Police spokesperson, Mr Paul Kangave. PHOTO BY DAN WANDERA Police officers survive lynching after foiled armed robbery KAMPALA (DAILY MONITOR) – Three police officers have survived being lynched after they were arrested by civilians in a foiled armed robbery on a Bidco Truck. This hapend at Naluvule on Bombo Road in Luweero District. One police detective attached to Bweyogerere Police Station was arrested.The officer was wearing a police uniform although detectives aren’t supposed to wear uniforms.Two other suspects fled with Shs2m and they are currently on the run.Savannah PoliceRead More

Latest News: Library of Congress Honors Colorado and Michigan Libraries for Service to Blind Readers

Latest News: Library of Congress Honors Colorado and Michigan Libraries for Service to Blind Readers The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) at the Library of Congress will honor two of its cooperating libraries for their outstanding service in 2017 to readers who are visually or physically disabled. The Colorado Talking Book Library (CTBL) in Denver will receive the Regional Library of the Year Award, while Braille and Talking Books at Taylor Community Library (BTBTCL) in Taylor, Michigan, will receive the Sub-regional Library/Advisory and Outreach CenterRead More

UGANDA: Museveni cons Amuru into giving up their land for sugarcane, soon jiggers

Elderly women strip naked in protest against grabbing of their land in Amuru District in 2015. File Amuru leaders should not betray their naked mothers DAILY MONITOR – On Ma 13, President Museveni assured the people of Amuru District in northern Uganda that Lakang Sugar Factory will stimulate a myriad of economic activities in their area and help in the transformation of their society. The President made the remarks at a thanksgiving ceremony for William Wilson Nokrach, the district Member of Parliament for People with Disabilities at Olwal Mucaja PrimaryRead More