Museveni’s chief driver dead

By Watchdog reporter The Chief Transport Officer of State House has died. State House’s press secretary Linda Nabusayi broke the news on Friday afternoon that Engineer Francis Bweshenga Byamukama had died. She did not mention the cause of death and where he was pronounced dead. Byamukama’s vigil will take place at his home in Kira municipality tonight, and he will be buried on Sunday, August 13th, 2017 at Nyakishojwa, Kizinda, in Bushenyi District. DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT The State House Comptroller with deep sorrow announces the death of one of our members of staff Engineer Francis Bweshenga Byamukama, the Chief Transport...

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Betty and Moses; Uganda’s ‘perfect cultu-preneurs’

By Mike Ssegawa There is something to celebrate about Uganda’s young entrepreneurs, especially those making an impact on the tourism sector. Ugandan tourism fraternity has some of the most passionate entrepreneurs compared to any other sector in the country. My decade-long journalism career has got me talking to many people, in various spheres of life, and few you can compare to tourism entrepreneurs. Of course, tourism as a sensitive service industry is expected to attract people with great customer care and a personal touch, and yes, Ugandans are on the way to reaching where its tourism should be. The...

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MP Nambooze escapes deadly motor accident

Mukono municipality legislator Betty Nambooze has escaped unhurt a motor accident. Nambooze’s driver reportedly lost control of their car at Mayungwe-Butambala after one of the tyres burst and it overturned. The MP escaped the accident without injuries although she has been rushed to hospital complaining of chest pain…. It is not clear where the legislator was headed to, but, she has been involved in the ongoing opposition campaigns against land and age limit lifting amendments in the...

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Post Bank opens branch in Moroto to support financial inclusion in Karamoja

By Watchdog reporter PostBank Uganda has opened a branch in Moroto town, to serve the area of Karamoja. Moroto becomes the 40th branch on the bank’s fast expanding network across the country. Mr Stephen Mukweli, Managing Director PostBank Uganda, said, “As a national bank, financial inclusion is one of our major focus and this we have done by bringing services closer to the Wananchi”. He added that, “We cater for customers who do not have traditional collateral by embracing social collateral and non-titled/registered assets, I wish to encourage the people of Moroto and the surrounding areas to take advantage...

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