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UMSC Ranches, Part 8: Reconciliation attempts begin

After the meeting, the sheikhs signed an agreement committing to work together and share the National Offices.

UMSC Ranches Part 7: How political Interference resulted into conflicts

The Assembly thereafter elected Sheikh Abdu Obeid Kamulegeya as the Chief Kadhi and the late Prince Al Haj Badru Kakungulu as the National Chairman.

UMSC Ranches Part 6: Sheikh Kassimu Mulumba’s maiden address

While speaking during his first public appearance at Juma prayers at Wandegeya Mosque, Sheikh Mulumba challenged those who were talking about the liberation of Uganda from the tyranny (read Iddi Amin's government).

UMSC Ranches Part 5: UNLF attempt to outlaw UMSC flops

Despite the general hostility by UNLF officials towards Islam and Muslims, there were a number of prominent Muslims in their ranks

Facts about Uganda Muslim Supreme Council Ranches, Part 4: Lives, property lost

The current generation of young Muslims will never know the intensity of the fear that engulfed the Muslim Community in 1979.

UMSC Ranches Part 3: How the scheme collapsed

Unfortunately, the plan did not materialize as the majority of the sponsored students didn’t honour the arrangement and went on to pursue their personal adventures after completing their studies.

Facts about Uganda Muslim Supreme Council Ranches: Part two

Through the UMSC National Executive resolution, a subsidiary Company was formed to manage the Ranches known as Uganda Ranches Limited with its headquarters, then located on Diamond Trust building, which was one of the many buildings owned by UMSC in the heart of Kampala with its first Manager being, E. S. Sendagire.

Facts about Uganda Muslim Supreme Council Ranches : Part One

By 1975, UMSC was one of the biggest Landlords in the country.

Singer Omah Lay returning home soon – Nidcom official

By press time, they were spending some time at the Nigerian mission in Uganda and were expected to fly out of the country soon.

Two Nigerian musicians sent to prison in Uganda for flouting Covid-19 rules

Police arrested the suspects on Sunday in connection to the unauthorised concert that was held Saturday night in Ddungu Resort, Munyonyo, Kampala Capital City.

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Policeman allegedly shoots himself dead at Nsambya barracks

He added that all had been exhibited and body taken to city mortuary Mulago for a post mortem.

CHRISTOPHER SEMBUYA (1935 – 2022): The story of a visionary African industrialist ignored by his own government

Sembuya was a passionate believer in African run business and he wrote a small book, “The other side of Amin Dada!” In it he noted Amin emancipated and supported African businessmen like him start industries.

Nbs,bbs,21 other tv stations in hot soup over copyright infringement

UCC has also demanded “proof and evidence of acquisition of copyrights and broadcasting rights” for the concerned programmes “in line with Clause 18 of Schedule B of the License Agreement executed between the station and the Commission.”

Shock as three family members electrocuted in Wakiso

According to police, neighbors noticed the incident and disconnected the power before they removed the bodies that have now been conveyed to the city mortuary in Mulago for postmortem.

Two arrested for stealing number plates in Kajjansi

The two suspects, police said have been stealing the number plates from areas of Lweza B, Kitende, Sekiwunga and Bwebajja all in Kajjansi Town Council, Wakiso District.

Mutebi, Mayanja unveiled at AS Kigali

Mutebi has been without a coaching job since March last year when he and KCCA FC mutually agreed to terminate their working contract.

Venezuelan drug trafficker among 79 prisoners pardoned by president Museveni

Venezuelan Doralys Rodriguez Fagundez was listed amongst other 78 male and female Ugandan nationals -now released- from about 15 separate prisons across the country.   

Doctors ask for Kampala- Entebbe express highway toll fees waiver

This, UMA says once waived off, will ease their movement while attending to emergencies.

Museveni finally signs NSSF bill into law

President Yoweri Museveni has finally signed the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Amendment Bill 2021 into law.