- published: 14 Jul 2017
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The Turkish intelligence net work has raised a red flag alerting Uganda government of the existence of the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization that has set up its base in Uganda to start its global attacks. According to the intelligence report, the Islamic terrorist group is running a service provision institution in Uganda where they are dispatching extremism ideologies to recruits. The Turkish ambassador to Uganda Sedef Yavuzalp broke the silence as her country prepares to commemorate the July 16 failed coup.
In Summer 2010 Musicians without Borders sent two music workshops trainers, Fabienne van Eck and Danny Felsteiner, to Rwanda and Uganda in Africa, to meet and work with different organizations and centers, and assess the needs and options to start a Music bus project in the Great Lakes Area in East Africa. In this video Danny is leading a group improvisation with orphans from Empower African Children's house in Kampala. Fore more information visit the Music Bus Goes Africa blog: http://musicbusgoesafrica.blogspot.com
Kampala city suburb-Uganda
Straight Black Pride Movement (SBPM) works with the PanAfrikan Group in Kampala, Uganda. The spirit of Afrikan dignity, pride and self-respect was live and thriving in Uganda at this event. Check out the highlights. #StraightBlackPrideMovement 2015
At city oil along Bombo road in Kampala is where I found this group of Christian young ladies allegedly speaking in tongues and preaching the word of God to passengers aboard commuter taxis and pedestrians. There are over 50 similar groups who have been posted in different locations in the city targeting streets, markets, hospitals and arcades. The preaching is made in during the rush hour, to take advantage of the traffic jam. It is worth noting that these street preachers are attached to Christ heart Pentecostal church, in Mukono Municipality. Much as these faith filled young Christian girls are striving win the city dwellers on to their flock, their preaching does not go unchallenged. Often, commuters show no interest in the word of God, although the preachers appear not bothered by th...
Members of the Jobless Brotherhood, a group of youth who claim to be unemployed, recently claimed responsibility for dropping on Kampala streets severed heads of pigs with tags. They say this was in protest at the six billion shilling payout now dubbed the presidential handshake to 42 government officials for their role in Uganda's success in oil cases in London. In Point Blank tonight, the youth explain their choice of pig heads and the tagging of the names of the beneficiaries of the oil cash bonanza. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
The kids are from: Anointed children Music Ministry from Uganda, Robert Kayanja Ministries (Miracle Center Cathedral) DISCLAIMER: OMI International is not affiliated with their ministry. But our missionary affiliates do speak highly of their ministry. You can find out more about our ministry work: www.omiinternational.org www.facebook.com/RafielleUsher www.facebook.com/omiinternational www.twitter.com/rafielleusher If you ever want to go on a missions trip, feel free to reach out to us! Video was originally posted by Dr. Brown https://www.facebook.com/AskDrBrown
Sunrise Home of Kampala is a home for needy girls in Uganda. It was established in September 2012. 18 girls are staying at Sunrise Home of Kampala, together with three Mummys. In January 2013 the Sunrise Dancing Group was formed. The Dancing Group includes the Sunrise Home girls and other children from the community. Thank you for supporting Sunrise Home of Kampala! www.empologoma.org https://www.facebook.com/SunriseHomeOfKampala?ref=ts&fref=ts
A group of Ugandans of Arab origin have launched their umbrella organization in Kampala in a bid to advocate for equal treatment by the government. The organization is known as the Multiracial Community of Uganda . Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
The Human Rights Network for Journalists in Uganda has said it will work with the Director of Public Prosecutions to appeal to the High court against the sentence handed to a police officer convicted for assault. Buganda Road Court ordered Joram Mwesigye, former DPC for Old Kampala Police to pay a fine of one million shillings failure of which, he would be imprisoned for one year. Mwesigye was accused of assaulting Andrew Lwanga in January 2015. The coordinator for the Human Rights Network for Journalists Robert Ssempala spoke to the press in Kampala. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
A group of us volunteers took a Boda tour through Kampala. We got to see the main attractions of the city in a few hours. Some highlights: city centre, Gaddafi Mosque, Idi Amin's torture chambers and eating a grasshopper. Filmed with a GoPro Hero 4 Silver. I am volunteering through IVHQ and Volunteers 2 Uganda. Check out my blog of my experience if you wish: https://woodyoffforagoody.wordpress.com
A security guard was killed as thieves broke into computer shop in Kampala last night. An eyewitness, who resides nearby said the group of about six men broke into the shop on William street at about 3am. The eyewitness said he contacted the security company, which discovered that the female guard had been strangled. Police said some of the men fled. However another man fell and broke his leg, and was arrested. A second security guard is being held on suspicion of being part of the plot to break into the shop. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda