Ugandan pop star-turned-politician Bobi Wine has announced he will run in the country’s next presidential election in 2021.
Three civil society groups in Uganda are taking legal action against the government of Rwanda and Uganda over an ongoing border closure between the two nations.
Freedom of expression is a hot topic in Uganda these days, but it’s one you’re not allowed to talk about. Criticising the government’s increasingly oppressive laws and blatant targeting of individuals who flout them can get you burned. More specifically,
Uganda has banned the sale and consumption of alcohol in sachets amid growing concerns about the impact on public health.
Uganda has accused Rwanda’s military of entering its territory and killing two civilians as relations between the neighbouring countries continue to deteriorate.
At least even people have died and dozens more remain missing after a boat capsized on Uganda’s Lake Albert.
On February 18, 2016, Uganda re-elected long-serving president Yoweri Museveni for the fifth time. However, it was one the most tightly-contested election he has faced during his rule, which now spans more than three decades. At least, it was expected
Police in Uganda have clashed with supporters of arrested pop star and MP Bobi Wine, firing tear gas and rubber bullets at demonstrators taking to the streets to demand his release.
Ugandan opposition MP and popular musician Bobi Wine has been arrested and sent to a maximum-security prison over his alleged role in a street protest last year.
Ugandan politician and pop star Bobi Wine appeared in public on Thursday to announce he escaped from house arrest.