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Court releases the Investigator journalists after a week in police detention

Kampala, 06th/November, 2017; The Kampala City Hall Magistrate’s court has on 06th/November/2017, released on bail journalists Stanley Ndawula and Robert Ndawula the CEO and Business Manager of the Investigator an online news agency respectively after seven days of detention in police cells at Kiira Road Police in Kampala Stanley Ndawula’s lawyer, Friday Kagoro told court

Court orders police to charge or release two investigative journalists

Kampala, 04th/ November/2017; Court in Kampala has ordered the police to produce to court or immediately release unconditionally two journalists Stanley Ndawula and Robert Ndawula of the Investigator an online publication. The duo has been in detention since 30th October, 2017 which is beyond the mandatory 48 hour rule. The order was issued in the

Police Arrests and detains HRNJ-Uganda’s Board member and Lawyer

Kampala, 3rd/November/2017; Police at Kira Road police station arrested Francis Tumwekwasize’s, a Board member for HRNJ-Uganda and Diana Nandudu, HRNJ-Uganda’s lawyer on 1st /November/2017. The duo were detained for more than three hours and made to record police statements. The O.C CID, Neboshi sophie blamed Francis for taking pictures at the said police station. Francis

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Court releases the Investigator journalists after a week in police detention

Kampala, 06th/November, 2017; The Kampala City Hall Magistrate’s court has on 06th/November/2017, released on bail journalists Stanley Ndawula and Robert Ndawula the CEO and Business Manager of the Investigator an online news agency respectively after seven days of detention in police cells at Kiira Road Police in Kampala Stanley Ndawula’s lawyer, Friday Kagoro told court

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Fighting Impunity for Crimes against Journalists in Uganda: A Glimpse of Hope

This statement was originally published on africafex.org on 7 April 2017. A number of freedom of expression violators have recently been prosecuted for abusing journalists and media professionals carrying out their legitimate duty in Uganda. The freedom of expression environment in Uganda deteriorated sharply in 2016 which was also an election year. Incidents of physical

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MEDIA SHOULD NOT BE USED TO MISLEAD, BUT TO INFORM PEOPLE

This statement was originally published on State House of Uganda website on 6th/ September /2017. President Yoweri Museveni has called upon radio stations to contribute to the development of the country by providing Ugandans with the right information. President Museveni who was accompanied by the Minister of Minister of ICT and National Guidance Frank Tumwebaze,

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