Museveni warns against foreign interference in Uganda’s politics
President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda has warned against foreign interference in the country’s politics days after an opposition urged the U.S. to suspend military aid over the government’s human rights record.
Uganda's ex-police boss charged in military court
Uganda's once-powerful police boss on Friday pleaded not guilty in a military court to a raft of charges, including arming a criminal gang and allowing refugees to be abducted by police.
3 lawmakers charged to court for treason
Three Ugandan lawmakers, who are critics of President Yoweri Museveni, were Thursday charged to court for treason on their alleged role in the stoning of the president's convoy. According to the charge sheet submitted to a Magistrates’ Court in Gulu, the accused “with intent to do harm to the person of the president … unlawfully…
Nigeria to share lessons from ‘One Family under God’ grassroots campaign
Nigerian leaders will share lessons in opening channels of dialogue, mediating conflict, and establishing community-based peace accords in conflict regions at a convening of leaders in Kampala, Uganda of August 1-2, 2018. The Global Peace Leadership Conference: East Africa-Great Lakes Region is a two-day strategic summit for educators, business leaders, clerics, and parliamentarians to explore…
Museveni signs bill removing Uganda presidential age limits
Uganda's Yoweri Museveni has signed into law a bill removing presidential age limits, a spokesman said Tuesday, clearing the way for the 73-year-old's expected sixth run at the presidency in 2021.
Museveni refuses to sign biosafety bill into law
President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda on Friday declined to sign a bill into law which allows Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) into the country, a parliament spokesperson said.
Leadership is knowing when it’s time to pass the baton
When we talk about leadership it is often about one rising to the occasion or preparing oneself to assume a specific leadership position.
Ugandans charged for presidential protest pop song
Two Ugandan musicians were released on bail on Wednesday after being charged with disturbing the peace of veteran President Yoweri Museveni for a song suggesting he should retire, their lawyer said.