Bitter Museveni Promises ‘An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth’ against killers of innocent people

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BY Daniels N. Tatya Bitter and tired of reports of people being killed, raped, terrorised and kidnapped by organised criminals in the Country, the bitter President Museveni has said, “The NRM always believes in the Law of Moses: An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.” “…the Courts need to move quickly on the cases of murder, rape and terrorism, the big backlog of cases notwithstanding. The punishments must also be severe, including the hanging of Killers. MUSEVENI: Fellow Ugandans and, especially the Bazukulu. First of all,…

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Seven Confirmed Dead, others severally Injured in Nakasongola Bus accident

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By Xpress Times Reporter Seven people have been confirmed dead and 11 others injured in a road accident involving a Roblyn Coaches Bus and a parked truck that had developed a Mechanical Condition at Namayonjo village, Nakasongola District Wednesday morning. Mr Christopher Ssendijja, the Officer in Charge Nakasongola Police Station said five people died on the spot while two of the victims died as they were being rushed to hospital. “We rushed at the accident scene at 1:00am and tried our best to ensure that we save lives from the…

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Economy Not Safe as Bank of Uganda Officials Join the Corrupt World

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By Xpress Times Reporter When the thieving vise documents itself in the Central Bank-Bank of Uganda, then there is every reason for Ugandans to worry economically. Xpresss Times Uganda has learnt that several officials in the Central Bank have devised a way of at least stealing billions in Uganda shillings. These officials, who we shall next name, use tea girls, cleaners, security teams to steal billions of shillings from the Central Bank. How do they steal Under normal circumstances, used currency notes that re-enter a currency centre are first reprocessed…

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Netball Uganda Maintain Place at Latest INF World Ranking After Liverpool NWC

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By Daniels N. Tatya Following a busy period of international netball, the INF World Rankings sees another change in the top three. The latest Rankings reflect the games played up to the 21st of July 2019, which included the Netball World Cup, Liverpool 2019, the Pacific Games, Samoa 2019 and the matches Wales hosted at the beginning of July. The Silver Ferns’ first gold medal at the Netball World Cup since 2003 gave them a much-needed boost back into the top three, placing them in at 2nd. Australia remains in…

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Go and Start Life, Change the Communities; VU Graduands Told

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By Daniels N. Tatya Congratulations were but to tell the Victoria University class of 2019 graduands to start life out side the school and be agents of change out in the different communities they will live. This was at the Universities ceremony to pass out 53 graduands at the institutions 4th graduation themed, “Developing Agents of Change,” at Speke Resort Munyonyo.                                                   Graduant leads VU’s Director…

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Always be Alert and don’t sleep on duty, Police Officers told

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BY Xpress Times Reporter Officers from Masindi District have been urged not to sleep on duty. These were words of SSP Kwerit Christopher, the Force’s Head of Political Education under the Directorate of Chief Political Commissar during the Rectification Campaign in Masindi, Albertine Region. SSP Kwerit reminded the officers about their Constitutional Mandate and obligation of serving their country but also their duties and responsibilities as Police officers. He highlighted to the officers characteristics of a good Police officer which he said includes among others, nationalism, patriotism, discipline (which he…

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Victoria secures 45-acreage Land to build World Class University premises

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BY Xpress Times Reporter Victoria University, one of the private-owned and fast growing Universities in Uganda has revealed plans to expand after acquiring another piece of land where they intend to construct a new campus. This was revealed by Rajiv Ruparelia, the University Promoter and Director during the University’s 4th graduation ceremony recently. “Victoria University has acquired a 45-acre piece of land in an upscale Kampala suburb-Naalya to design and construct a fully fledged campus for hands on training in technology and other courses with facilities like laboratories,” Rajiv said,…

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