[Independent (Kampala)] London, UK -UK parliamentarians have condemned the Ugandan Government’s reported arrest and torture of opposition MPs, urging the British Government to promote democracy in Uganda.
“FREE BOBI WINE!” say the graffiti outside his recording studio in Kamwokya, a poor district of Kampala, Uganda’s capital. On August 13th the pop star-turned-politician (pictured above) was arrested and, he says, beaten and tortured by soldiers
[VOA] Protests have rocked Uganda since last year, when the government amended the constitution to abolish presidential age limits, allowing President Yoweri Museveni to stay in power indefinitely.
[Monitor] Kampala -Born in October 1958 in Ntungamo District, Maj Gen Gregory Mugisha Muntu is described by those close to him as a principled and unwavering military officer and politician.
[Nation] President Yoweri K Museveni on Sunday night addressed Uganda on various affairs in the country currently.
[Monitor] Kampala -Violence and intimidation by government agencies will not deter the Opposition’s quest for power, Buganda Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga has warned, calling for roundtable talks to de-escalate the tension that has gripped the nation.
[Observer] President Yoweri Museveni has praised his guards, Special Forces Command (SFC) for ‘not being cowards’ and engaging opposition MPs and their supporters in Arua two weeks ago.
[Observer] Treason, over the years, has become government’s preferred charge of choice against many of its harsh critics.
[Nairobi News] Uganda Prime Minister Ruhakama Rugunda says the government could to review the recently implemented tax on the use of social media.
[Monitor] President Museveni has vowed to revenge against suspected criminals killing Ugandans.