On Sunday, the United States government did demand an audit of presidential and parliamentary elections. In particular, the one held on Thursday. In addition, the
Facebook shuts down a slew of accounts of Ugandan government officials. Mainly, the social media giant accuses the same seeking to manipulate public debate. Especially,
Religious leaders in Uganda did appeal to the electoral body. Only, to give a humble time to rule to the 76-year-old President Yoweri Museveni. After,
According to reports, the protests resulted in no fewer than 50 deaths in Uganda. Scores of others sustained various degrees of injuries.
Uganda: Bobi Wine Calls on the US Government to Hold His Country’s Government on Human Rights Violation, Says He Was Almost Killed Twice
He reportedly took to his tweeter account to make a series of posts, accompanied by photos. Wine said his life was in danger after a bullet aimed at him allegedly hit his personal vehicle.
The Ugandan Government has deported three foreign journalists with the CBC News. The journalists are Canadian public broadcasters, who were in the country to cover
No fewer than 28 people have so far died and over 577 arrested and detained in Uganda. This reportedly happened as a result of the
The agreement came into force after the injecetion of an amount worth $3.5billion on the exploration and drilling of oil. Uganda, as one of the fastest-growing economy of East Africa, discovered the oil reserves in 2006. However, the production was on hold. This happened as a result of poor infrastructure. Reports say it is as a result of the drilling methods and transportation cost.
Uganda: Poor locked down at refugee camp after jump in coronavirus cases Uganda and the UNHCR together created Africa’s largest refugee camps in Kyangwali. The
The United States Government has accused four Ugandans including two judges for being part of fraudulent adoption scams. Consequently, the US has imposed sanctions on