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Darfur Crimes Probe Against Bashir Regime Figures

FILE – Sudanese demonstrators from the Darfur region chant slogans as they arrive to be part of a mass anti-government protest outside Defense Ministry in Khartoum, Sudan, Apr. 30, 2019. KHARTOUM (Agence France-Presse) – Sudan has opened an investigation into crimes committed in the Darfur region by members of the regime of ousted former president Omar al-Bashir, the state prosecutor said Sunday. The conflict between pro-government forces and ethnic minority rebels left around 300,000 people dead and 2.5 million displaced, according to the United Nations. “We have launched an investigation intoRead More


Darfur Crimes Probe Against Bashir Regime Figures

FILE – Sudanese demonstrators from the Darfur region chant slogans as they arrive to be part of a mass anti-government protest outside Defense Ministry in Khartoum, Sudan, Apr. 30, 2019. KHARTOUM (Agence France-Presse) – Sudan has opened an investigation into crimes committed in the Darfur region by members of the regime of ousted former president Omar al-Bashir, the state prosecutor said Sunday. The conflict between pro-government forces and ethnic minority rebels left around 300,000 people dead and 2.5 million displaced, according to the United Nations. “We have launched an investigation intoRead More


SOMALIA: Attack Kills 8 as US Launches Record Airstrikes in 2019

Galkayo Somalia By VOA News The al-Shabab militant group claimed responsibility for a suicide car bomb that targeted military commanders in the central Somali town of Galkayo, killing at least eight people and wounding 55 others Saturday evening.   Witnesses told VOA Somali that the vehicle exploded as the military officials were leaving a hotel to attend a reconciliation meeting. Commander of Somali land forces Brigadier General Abdihamid Mohamed Dirir and commander of the 21st Division General Abdulaziz Abdullahi Qoje survived the attack. Officials said four civilians and four soldiers wereRead More


LOOMING CATASTROPHE AS MUSEVENI’S ARMY TAKES OVER PUBLIC WORKS

PHOTO may be subjecr to copyright PHOTO may be subjecr to copyright PHOTO may be subjecr to copyright PHOTO may be subjecr to copyright PHOTO may be subjecr to copyright CHANGE OF GUARDS – Museveni has appointed a serving army officer, Gen. Katumba Wamala as Minister of Works. This appointment marks the climax of his militarisation scheme of the country’s public works. The Public works sector is the topmost conduit of swindling of public coffers by the Museveni regime. Construction projects have always been carried out at highly inflated costs.Read More


UGANDA: Museveni’s immunized Baijukuru must stop claiming titles

It has come to our attention, us the non immunized non Bazukulu that the young people are claiming titles which they absolutely do not deserve. From the Oxford Dictionary: HONOURABLE hon·or·a·ble /ˈänərəb(ə)l/ adjective adjective: honourable; adjective: Honourable 1. bringing or worthy of honor. “this is the only honorable course” 2. used as a title indicating eminence or distinction, given especially to judges and certain high officials. “the Honorable Richard Morris Esquire, chief justice of the supreme court of our state” === 1. Guild presidents and their miniaters are not HERead More


NTVUganda has added 2019 IN REVIEW: UNEB’s hits and misses in 2019 video

2019 IN REVIEW: UNEB’s hits and misses in 2019 The year started with the Uganda Examinations Board – UNEB in a spot of bother, following increased attempts to leak its exams by some sinister individuals. By the end of this year’s examinations season, more than 10 individuals had been arrested for attempting to leak exams, the highest number ever registered by the examinations body. Examination malpractice has been attributed to various factors, including the commercialization of the education sector. Coupled with this, is the uproar that met the release ofRead More


NTVUganda has added 2019 IN REVIEW: UNEB’s hits and misses in 2019 video

2019 IN REVIEW: UNEB’s hits and misses in 2019 The year started with the Uganda Examinations Board – UNEB in a spot of bother, following increased attempts to leak its exams by some sinister individuals. By the end of this year’s examinations season, more than 10 individuals had been arrested for attempting to leak exams, the highest number ever registered by the examinations body. Examination malpractice has been attributed to various factors, including the commercialization of the education sector. Coupled with this, is the uproar that met the release ofRead More


NTVUganda has added NTV PANORAMA: Is the cabinet reshuffle aimed at beating corruption? video

NTV PANORAMA: Is the cabinet reshuffle aimed at beating corruption? Corruption in Uganda remains endemic and continues to scar Uganda’s conscience. Trillions of shillings have been embezzled by the corrupt, which affects service delivery in a country where over 30 pe rcent of its population live on less than a dollar a day. The president recently took part in a walk against corruption and a Cabinet reshuffle, where he revealed that he had carried out a surgical operation against graft. Did he deliver what is expected? #NTVNews Subscribe to OurRead More


NTVUganda has added NTV PANORAMA: Is the cabinet reshuffle aimed at beating corruption? video

NTV PANORAMA: Is the cabinet reshuffle aimed at beating corruption? Corruption in Uganda remains endemic and continues to scar Uganda’s conscience. Trillions of shillings have been embezzled by the corrupt, which affects service delivery in a country where over 30 pe rcent of its population live on less than a dollar a day. The president recently took part in a walk against corruption and a Cabinet reshuffle, where he revealed that he had carried out a surgical operation against graft. Did he deliver what is expected? #NTVNews Subscribe to OurRead More


NTVUganda has added NTV PANORAMA: Is the cabinet reshuffle aimed at beating corruption? video

NTV PANORAMA: Is the cabinet reshuffle aimed at beating corruption? Corruption in Uganda remains endemic and continues to scar Uganda’s conscience. Trillions of shillings have been embezzled by the corrupt, which affects service delivery in a country where over 30 pe rcent of its population live on less than a dollar a day. The president recently took part in a walk against corruption and a Cabinet reshuffle, where he revealed that he had carried out a surgical operation against graft. Did he deliver what is expected? #NTVNews Subscribe to OurRead More