Court dismisses suit challenging President Museveni’s sole candidature. In a 4-1 ruling, Deputy Chief Justice Alfonse Chigamoy Owiny-Dollo of the Constitutional Court, Thursday, July 2, 2020, dismissed the application by 11 NRM-leaning MPs, arguing that there was nothing constitutional for them to interpret
The Ugandan High Commission in London has successfully seen off a total of 92 Ugandan Nationals and legal residents who have been stranded in the UK and Ireland following closure of Entebbe International airport to passenger flights due to the COVID19 pandemic.
The government of Uganda has created seven cities across the East African country in a move to decongest the capital Kampala, the only city created at Independence in 1962.
David Bahati, minister of State for Finance, while speaking to the press said that the creation is in line with the country’s urbanization policy “to end the congestion, sanitation issues and confusion in Kampala.”
US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said painting “Black Lives Matter” on New York’s Fifth Avenue would be “a symbol of hate” and wind up “denigrating” the street outside of Trump Tower, as he ratcheted up objections to a plan that he suggested the city’s police could stop.
The Duke of Sussex has today, July 1, 2020, made an appearance at the first virtual Diana Award ceremony on what would have been his late mother’s 59th birthday. Calling in from Los Angeles, Prince Harry, 35, surprised young changemakers with a congratulatory video message on behalf of him and his brother, Prince William.