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From 2015 into 2016, the Uganda NRM government carried out a feasibility study to...

On March 17, 2017, a relative of one of the caretakers (Abazaana) of Kasubi...

At about 12:00 PM on February 25, 2017, members of Lugave Clan visited Kabaka...

On February 7, 2017, the NRM government minister for Kampala, Ms. Beti Kamya Turomwe,...

  • From 2015 into 2016, the Uganda NRM government carried out a feasibility study to install a network of public cameras to track opposition politicians and Baganda nationalists in the Buganda counties surrounding Kampala. A Muganda source in the Ugandan police told BugandaWatch in 2016 that the target counties were Busiro, Kyaddondo, Mawokota, Kyaggwe and parts […]

  • On March 17, 2017, a relative of one of the caretakers (Abazaana) of Kasubi Royal Tombs sent an email to BugandaWatch, reporting that the ladies are happy because Mengo is now frequently bringing them food. She wrote, “I am glad to tell you that my relative confirmed to me that they are now getting steady food supplies […]

  • At about 12:00 PM on February 25, 2017, members of Lugave Clan visited Kabaka Mutebi in Mengo Lubiri, for the customary Baganda practice called Okulanya (or Kulanya). During Okulanya, clan leaders introduce new clan members and heirs, report transitions of prominent clan members, discuss different matters of mutual interest with the Kabaka face to face and […]

  • On February 7, 2017, the NRM government minister for Kampala, Ms. Beti Kamya Turomwe, issued a directive giving the vendors in the Kampala Yard market 30 days to vacate their place of business. The vendors were shocked to discover that, at around 2:00 AM on February 27, 2017, ten days before the deadline, plainclothes men […]

  • Days before Christmas of 2016 a new online newspaper named The Spear News (www.thespearnews.com) started publishing stories, some initially sourced from the publishers of another Ugandan online news outlet www.watchdog.co.ug. By early February 2017, there was clear evidence in the stories that Ms. Betty Nambooze, arguably, the most vocal pro-Buganda MP in Uganda’s NRM controlled parliament, was the […]

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