Top Police shakeup sees over 70 top bosses moved, appointed

By Watchdog reporter IGP Gen Kale Kayihura has moved top police bosses in a reshuffle that has seen over 70 movements. After the death of AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi, President Museveni told Gen Kayihura to clean his house since he had received reports that criminals had infiltrated it. Gen Kayihura has been since then, burning midnight oil, combing his command list, identifying high risk areas to beef up his security. Among commanders shifted include the RPC and DPC of Masaka region where there has been several complaints of unknown thugs terrorizing residents there. Below are the deployments: Awita Lodovick...

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Alintuma Nsambu denies rejecting move to Algeria: says he prefers working in Africa than Canada

By Watchdog reporter Uganda’s High Commissioner in Canada Alintuma Nsambu has dismissed claims that he has refused to leave Canada. News flashes yesterday claimed that the Ottawa Ugandan diplomat, who was voted best ambassador by the Uganda Export Promotions Board last year, had written to Foreign Affairs ministry saying he didn’t want to leave Canada to his new posting in Algiers, Algeria. It was said that Nsambu explained that he cannot leave the country until his children leave school. Speaking to Alintuma Nsambu who is still in Canada, the former ICT minister told Watchdog website that the reports were...

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Museveni in Qatar: Amir promises support to Uganda’s defence, agriculture

By Watchdog reporter On Day one of President Museveni’s three day state visit to oil rich Qatar, we understand that the Ugandan leader has struck a deal  with the Amir to cooperate with Uganda in the areas of defence, foreign affairs, investments and agriculture. However observers say, Qatar, which was made wealth by utilizing its oil wealth, should offer the visitor more practical advice on managing oil wealth. Museveni’s official twitter handle @KagutaMuseveni said on Wednesday that he “Held fruitful bilateral discussions that climaxed with our countries signing memoranda of understanding for cooperation in key four areas.” The Ugandan leader travelled with his wife Janet and Foreign Affairs minister Sam Kuteesa to Doha on a three day state visit to Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani of...

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Premier Rugunda overrules Mutabazi, extends SIM card registration by one month

By Watchdog reporter Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has overruled the directive given by the executive director of Uganda Communications Commission, Godfrey Mutabazi. Rugunda has directed the UCC boss that government has resolved to give Ugandans another one month to re-register their SIM cards. Thousands of people have braved the lines to re-register their SIM cards using their national identity cards as Mutabazi threatened to switch off anyone who does not comply. PM Rugunda has written to Mutabazi to communicate the new directive that Government has extended deadline to May...

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Superstar Jose Chameleone turns wife Daniella into drum, she files for divorce over too much beatings

By Watchdog reporter Jose Chameleone is a shame. And if court goes ahead to permit divorce to his wife Daniella Atim, who wants the two to separate, the singer will go down like other superstar who failed to manage their marriage, either because of fame or sheer foolishness. News that Daniella wants to leave singer Jose Chameleone officially through a court process, will bring to an end a marriage of nine years. It has been a public secret that Jose who should be a role model for Ugandan boys, beats his wife. Domestic violence by men or women is...

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