How Omah Lay, Tems walked free after arrest in Uganda and more

The arrest of Nigerian artistes – Omah Lay and Tems in Uganda is unarguably the biggest entertainment story this week. The duo have had a turbulent week from their arrest and detention at a concert in Uganda. The fast rising stars have however gotten respite from their legal battles which ensued from their invitation to perform in an event... Continue Reading →

Tension In Uganda As Chimpanzees Invade Communities, Attacking And Killing Children

Chimpanzees are attacking people in Uganda, part of a disturbing trend going on in the country that has led to crop loss and even death. National Geographic reports that the problem has been going on for several years, citing an incident in 2014 that saw a chimp fatally attack a 2-year-old child, stealing the baby... Continue Reading →

Uganda Government Passes ‘Kill The Gays’ Bill, Announces Death Penalty For Homosexuals

The legislation known as the ‘Kill the Gays’ bill , was nullified five years ago on a technicality, but the government now has plans to resurrect it within weeks. News reports from The Sun, INDEPENDENT, and Daily Mail explains that Ethics and Integrity Minister Simon Lokodo said that "Homosexuality is not natural to Ugandans, but there... Continue Reading →

Ugandan Pop Star Bobi Wine Declares Presidential Bid to Unseat President Yoweri Museve in 2021

The 37-year-old whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, will challenge President Yoweri Museveni, who has been in power for 33 years. "On behalf of the people of Uganda, I am challenging you (Museveni) to a free and fair election in 2021," the singer said on Wednesday at an event in the capital, Kampala. "I... Continue Reading →

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