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Bahati’s Girlfriend Gets Roasted for Photo with his Daughter

Bahati’s Girlfriend Gets Roasted for Photo with his Daughter

Gospel singer Bahati had over the weekend shared with his fans images of his previously unknown two year-old biological daughter. The singer introduced his first-born daughter as Mueni Bahati, a child he got from a previous relationship. Yvette has since deleted all her social media accounts after the gospel singer posted the photo, but not […]

Kayihura, Muhoozi to Face Uhrc Over Torture At Nalufenya

Kayihura, Muhoozi to Face Uhrc Over Torture At Nalufenya

The Inspector General of Police, Gen Kale Kayihura, Chief of Defence Forces, Gen David Muhoozi, and Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence boss, Col Abel Kandiho, are expected to appear at the Uganda Human Rights Commission (UHRC) offices today to explain allegations of torture against suspects. The trio was expected to report to UHRC headquarters last Friday, […]

New Efforts to Fight Child Labour, Rights Abuse in Rwanda

New Efforts to Fight Child Labour, Rights Abuse in Rwanda

The Government has launched a month-long campaign to sensitise the public on child rights, with officials from the Ministry of Gender and Family Promotion saying that over 11,000 children were withdrawn from practices categorised as child labour in the last five years. At least 2,600 children were also moved from institutional care (including orphanages) and […]

Kenyan Rapper Khaligraph Starts Another Beef with Socialite Vera Sidika

Kenyan Rapper Khaligraph Starts Another Beef with Socialite Vera Sidika

Rapper Khaligraph Jones has gone ham on socialite Vera Sidika in his latest diss-track. The rapper, who has been trending for two weeks over his lightened face, attacked Sidika ‘ s silicon rear and breast impants. The socialite had  on Saturday lashed out at the rapper by questioning “what kind of man bleaches?” In an […]

Meet Rwamagana’s Farming Millionaire Who Started Out As a Casual Labourer

Meet Rwamagana’s Farming Millionaire Who Started Out As a Casual Labourer

Evariste Mutibagirana, a large-scale banana farmer, is considered a ‘survivor’ by most of his peers. He worked his way up to the top from being a farm hand. Fondly referred to as the “Master Teacher” by the banana growing community in Rwamagana District, Mutibagirana was indeed conducting a training session on modern farming skills when […]

Why Museveni Chose Tanzania Over Kenya for Oil Pipeline

Why Museveni Chose Tanzania Over Kenya for Oil Pipeline

President Museveni and his Tanzanian counterpart John Pombe Magufuli have signed the East African Crude Oil Pipeline Agreement (EACOP), which now paves way for construction of the proposed crude oil export pipeline from Hoima, in mid western Uganda to Tanzania’s Indian Ocean port of Tanga. The agreement, signed on Sunday almost a year after Uganda […]

Uganda – Address Rising Cost of Living

Uganda – Address Rising Cost of Living

Yesterday’s Daily Monitor cover story stated that the cost of feeding a family has gone up by 30 per cent since last year. The biggest complaint right now is the price of sugar. Whereas a kilogramme cost Shs3,500 some months back, it now goes for between Shs4,500 and Shs7,000. Prices of other food stuffs have […]

President Museveni Extends SIM Card Registration to August 30

President Museveni Extends SIM Card Registration to August 30

President Museveni has ‘agreed’ to have the Sim card verification exercise extended by at least an extra 3 months. Since Saturday last week, May 20, telecoms switched off unverified Sim cards following the expiry of the registration exercise. The registration exercised has been marred with controversies. Several subscribers have complained that even validated Sim cards […]

“Otherwise We’ll Have to Go to War” – Somaliland Demands Recognition 26 Years On

“Otherwise We’ll Have to Go to War” – Somaliland Demands Recognition 26 Years On

Somaliland’s Foreign Minister talks about the self-declared state’s struggle for recognition, domestic successes, and strategies towards Somalia. Shortly after the collapse of the brutal Siad Barre regime in 1991, Somaliland unilaterally declared independence from Somalia. It reinstated the borders that had existed when it was briefly a sovereign state in 1960, and its government called […]

Embrace Unity – Forget Identity – Museveni to South Sudan

Embrace Unity – Forget Identity – Museveni to South Sudan

President Museveni has urged the people of South Sudan to embrace unity for prosperity and development warning that the misuse of identity can paralyse and endanger their nation. Mr Museveni was speaking in Juba where he travelled at the invitation of President Salva Kiir, to attend the launch of South Sudan’s National dialogue and swearing […]

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