1.0 General Overview of the TIP Situation in the Country
On average, 15 new reports of transnational trafficking in persons are registered per month since January 2014. The majority of the victims are female adults and the most common forms of exploitation are Labour and… Continue reading
Trafficking in persons (TIP) is one of the modern crimes that have attracted a lot of concern in Uganda. A Ugandan domestic law that guides the national strategies to fight TIP was enacted by the Uganda Parliament in October 2009. This law is called the… Continue reading
Following an attack on a congregation at the Mungumwema Pentecostal church in Mugoma parish, ApunyoSub County, kyegegwadistrict, the Uganda police force has deployed strictly to secure the area and prevent further loss of life and properties.
Last night at 02:00am as worshippers in the Pentecostal… Continue reading
1. The Police and its sister security agencies have received intelligence information that several long distance goods vehicles, trailers, Haulers, oil tankers, vehicle carriers and vehicles destined for the bond and or in transit to the neighboring countries do carry unauthorized passengers whose destination… Continue reading
The Uganda Police has strongly condemned an attack on worshippers attending night prayers at Mungumwema Pentecostal Church in Mugoma Parish, Apunyo sub-county in Kyegegwa District today 27/06/2014 at 2 a.m by a group of unidentified Muslims from Mugoma Mosque.
The attackers who were armed with… Continue reading
An engine boat this morning at around 10:00am capsized between Kiziru and Bulago Islands. The boat was carrying over 30 people.
It is believed to have been on its way from Zingora on Koome Islands to Ggaba landing site. 13 people are still suspected to… Continue reading