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2016-02-10 On Patrol With Uganda's Controversial 'Crime Preventers'
[Monitor] As night falls in Uganda's capital Kampala, some 240 members of a vast volunteer "crime preventer" force parade outside a police station.

2016-02-10 Police Deployed As Besigye Holds Rallies in Kampala
[Monitor] Police has heavily deployed in different parts of Uganda's capital, Kampala as main opposition candidate Dr Kizza Besigye of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) holds rallies in several parts of the city.

2016-02-10 I Have a Duty to Protect Black People - Museveni
[News24Wire] Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has vowed to leave power only after the east African region is united, reports Daily Monitor.

2016-02-10 Health Workers Must Shape up or Ship Out
[Observer] The 16th annual report by the Uganda Health Service Commission, which was presented to speaker of parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, is very telling.

2016-02-10 Gen Sejusa Loses Bid to Block Trial
[Nation] Kampala -Former Coordinator of Intelligence Services General David Sejusa alias Tinyefuza will spend more two weeks in jail, the Military Court ruled on Tuesday.

2016-02-10 Clergy Calls for Peaceful Elections As Christians Mark Ash Wednesday
[Monitor] Paulino Twesigye Mondo, the curate of Our Lady of Africa Church, Mbuya has urged Ugandans to maintain peace and refrain from violent acts as the country prepares for the February 18 presidential elections.

2016-02-10 Protesting Elections Is No Excuse for Lethal Force
[HRW] Ugandans head to the polls February 18 amid a troubling increase in implied and explicit threats against anyone who might intend to protest the outcome. President Yoweri Museveni is running against seven other candidates, including long-time opposition leader Dr. Kizza Besigye and former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi.

2016-02-10 Former Cameroonian International Lauds CAF Over CHAN Tourney
[Monitor] Kigali -Celebrated former Cameroonian international Geremi Njitap believes the exclusively domestic players tournament, the Africa Nations Championship (Chan), was a card well played by Caf.

2016-02-10 NRM Supporters Reject Museveni Cash
[Monitor] Namutumba -There was drama at Namutumba Church of Uganda on Friday when supporters of the ruling NRM in Namutumba Town Council rejected Shs250,000 that had been given to them as sitting allowance on grounds that it was too little and therefore could not have been sent by party chairman Yoweri Museveni.

2016-02-10 Sensitise Voters On Polling Exercise
[Monitor] Eight days to polling day, the need to equip the Ugandan voter with all the information they need, has never been greater. As of February 9, voters in various parts of the country were still ignorant about the latest voting procedure, especially the use of voter location slips.

2016-02-10 Ugandan Films for International Festivals
[Observer] This year is already registering lots of success for film. Joseph Ken Ssebaggala's House Arrest is vying for the biggest award at the Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards (AMVCAs) - Best Film Overall - against the likes of Ayanda and Tell Me A Sweet Something, among others.

2016-02-10 Interreligious Groups to Hold Prayers Ahead of Elections
[CISA] Kampala -Inter Religious Council of Uganda (IRCU) has organized prayers for Uganda from February 12 to 14.

2016-02-10 Women Coerced Into Sterilization - IWCEA
[Observer] Though women living with HIV like any other woman have a right to decide how many children they want to have, the International Community of Women Living with HIV Eastern Africa (ICWEA) say some are being forced into sterilization.

2016-02-10 'Tamale Mirundi' Launches Asylum Comedy Night
[Observer] Popular Kiwatule hangout, Asylum, last Thursday night launched a comedy theme night. The night will feature established and upcoming comedy acts.

2016-02-10 Sex Talk - Careful As You Move From Date to Spouse
[Observer] In the space of six months, two young women - both fresh out of university - have announced they are getting married. Yay!

2016-02-10 Aids Activists Rally Behind Uganda Aids Commission
[Observer] People living with HIV/Aids have condemned the move by parliament to dissolve the Ugandan Aids Commission (UAC) and incorporate it in the Aids Control Programme (ACP) under the Ministry of Health.

2016-02-10 Designers Are Fashion Gods, Collectors Are Investors
[Observer] Fashion is a very diverse industry. The world of fashion is quite a big one that teems with hordes of players.

2016-02-10 Wedding - Chance Meeting At University Started It All
[Observer] On January 30, at exactly 1:20pm, Counsel Umar Lukwago together with his family and friends set off from Mengo to Kazo in Kawempe division, to win his wife Salmah Namagala.

2016-02-10 Miracle - Your Actions Are the Best Sermon
[Observer] I was talking to a friend over the weekend and I told her how much just watching her life and marriage has shaped my walk not only with Christ, but also in life.

2016-02-10 Candidate Mabirizi - Social Media Jokes Don't Anger Me
[Observer] Presidential candidate Joseph Elton Mabirizi looks tired when Quick Talk meets him on February 3 for an interview in Kampala. He says he is coming from the campaign trail. Despite this, flashes of his genial character and playfulness come through during the interview when he cracks jokes with and teases two members of his campaign team.

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