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I STILL LOVE MY JOB-OKOTH OCHOLA

BY KENNEDY MUHIRE

The Deputy Inspector General of Police Martin Okoth Okoth has dismissed speculations that he is retiring from office soon.

This follows speculation that Okoth Ochola has persistently threatened to quit office due to unnecessary infighting and intrigue.

The media has been dominated by reports that the veteran officer is leading the exit path from the force, in an exercise to renew Police.

Okoth Ochola says the reports are baseless, and seemingly meant to embarrass his office. BYTE- OKOTH OCHOLA

Ochola adds that he has not shared his retirement plans with any one yet, neither his resignation.

On Monday, Police spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi said the reports of reshuffle in the force are baseless and unfounded. BYTE- KAWEESI

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KAYIHURA AGAIN TURNS CAGEY

The embattled Inspector General of Police, Gen. Kale Kayihura has again turned down Parliamentary summons to appear before the Human Rights Committee of Parliament to answer alleged crimes of torture committed under his directives, reflected in the Human Rights Commission report before Parliament. The evasive army general at the helm of the Uganda Police Force

COOPERATIVES SET FOR IK MUSAZI MEMORIAL LECTURE

By UTN Reporter

Kampala – Cooperators across the Country are set for the annual prestigious Ignatius Kangave Musazi Memorial Lecture, as one of the activities to celebrate the UN International Day of Cooperatives.

BOBI WINE SMEAR CAMPAIGN STARTS

By UTN Report

Residents in Lubaga North Constituency in Kampala woke up to shock when they found several posters depicting People Power Icon Robert Kyagulanyi Aka Bobi Wine as a neo colonialism tool used by the Western World.

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GOVERNMENT SECURES NEW RADIOTHERAPY MACHINE

Kampala - Government has revealed that a new radio therapy machine was purchased but has not yet been delivered to Mulago Cancer Institute. This follows social media reports that circulated calling for a mass donation to purchase a new machine for Mulago Cancer Institute. Health Minister Elioda Tumwesigye took a guided tour with the

MBABAZI CHALLENGE ELECTION OF HIS FORMER BOSS M7 IN SUPREME COURT

Supreme Court: There was tension at the Supreme Court as Journalists, Court Clerks and opposition supporters anxiously waited for Presidential Petitions from the candidates to beat the EC 10-days deadline.

These sounded to have lost hope, following denial of FDC NEC Members who

DEPUTY SPEAKER OULANYAH'S ELECTION DISPUTED

Gulu - Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah’s re-election in Omoro County is not yet safe, as his opponent files a case seeking a vote recount. Oulanyah’s challenger Simon Tooolit alleges that the election in Omoro was marred with grave vote rigging, intimidation and voter bribery. Toolit who is also the Chairman for Gulu District

VOTING IN ENTEBBE CANCELLED

Voting in Entebbe turned chaotic after the two rivaling sides failed to come to terms with the conditions in which the ballot boxes were delivered. The boxes were delivered to Entebbe Police with several of them holding brocken safety seals, a condition NRM supporters alleged was to be blamed on their DP counterparts. The boxes were delivered to the Police a night

UN CHIEF IN KAMPALA FOR REFUGEES SUMMIT

BY UTN REPORTER

Kampala - United Nations High Commission for Refugees has confirmed that UN chief Antonio Guterres will be in Kampala to attend a major UN summit on refugees.