Former Kagame bodyguard murdered in South Africa

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Former bodyguard to Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame was killed in Cape Town, South Africa on Thursday afternoon. Camille Nkuruziza turned a critic of his former boss President Kagame and fled into exile in South Africa where he and the arrested Maj Callixite Nsabimaana aka Sankara met. According to a close relative, Nkurunziza, a brother to Sgt Innocent Karisa who was also kidnapped from Uganda in 2013 and is said to be incarcerated in Kigali. After the kidnap of Sgt Karisa in August 2013, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees…

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Members of Parliament pay last respect to fallen premier Apollo Nsibambi

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Fallen former Uganda premier Prof. Apollo Nsibambi’s body was Friday taken to the House for the MPs’ final respects, one thing stood out, over shadowing the somber moment; the unusual punctuality of the lawmakers. At exactly 10:00am, a delegation composed of Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, the Clerk to Parliament Ms Jane Kibirige and the second deputy premier, Al Haj Kirunda Kivejinja, was already assembled at the main foyer, to receive Nsibambi’s body. Other members included Ms Kasule Lumumba, the NRM Party Secretary General, the Government Chief Whip Ms Ruth Nankabirwa and…

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MTN Uganda chief executive officer Wim Vanhelleputte to return to Uganda

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The negotiations to have the deported MTN Uganda chief executive officer Wim Vanhelleputte return have been ongoing for almost three months. Vanhelleputte, who was deported in February, returned to Uganda yesterday. MTN first got a green light to have Mr Vanhelleputte back in a meeting with President Museveni on March 13 at Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo in Kampala during the Africa Now Summit 2019. A source close to the presidency said Mr Museveni told the MTN delegation led by the company’s group chief executive officer, Mr Rob Shuter, that he didn’t…

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MP Munyagwa (Cosase Chairman), Deputy Auditor General, and Kasekende in fresh BOU comedy show.

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If you haven’t noticed Munyagwa and his new Cosase committee have reopened the BOU mismanagement case, at first sight one would think they are trying to clean the Central Bank but if you know what their motive is then you can predict the future of their business. The new committee first insisted on an accounting office of which the law doesn’t provide for, this committee is looking to introduce a new document and that is the fake accountability BOU has now cooked of the 487 billion that wasn’t accounted for.…

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