- published: 10 May 2015
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Dr. Kizza #Besigye was granted bail today and released from the maximum security prison. Ugandans lined up to cheer. Watch the goons beat people as they drive by them. #Uganda's Dictator #Musevenu. Copyright NTV
Kenya's 15's rugby side beat their Ugandan counterparts 45-24 to claim their 10th Elgon Cup title on Saturday in Nairobi. Kenya's Simbas came off a humiliating 56-21 loss away to Namibia before this match, but settled in well taking an early 12-nil lead. The Ugandans then battled back and soon were ahead with a 19-15 lead. Ball handling errors by the Ugandans would eventually cost them as Kenya bounced back to take a 23-19 half time lead. The Simbas came back a lively side, taking over the match and dominating the Ugandans in almost all areas apart from the line-outs. Kenya eventually ran out 45-24 winners on the day, to add to their 48-10 victory in Kampala, Uganda. This victory allows the hosts to lift their 10th Elgon Cup title to the adoration of the home fans.
Uganda are the new Africa champions. Uganda enjoyed a good run in the Africa Cup tournament that was played over two days at the Kasarani Stadium. The Rugby Cranes under Kenyan coach Tolbert Onyango beat Namibia 38-19 as Kenya Morans finished third after a 46-nil thrashing of Madagscar. Meanwhile, the 21st edition of the Safari Sevens tournament kicked off today with Kenya Shujaa winning all its matches. Warothe Kiru reports. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter and like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya.
A shocking video of a Ugandan woman abusing a toddler in her care has gone viral on social media and is being widely discussed. In the video, that was recorded on a secret camera mounted in the room, the woman, who is thought to be the child’s nanny, is seen repeatedly hitting the helpless girl, throwing her to the ground and trampling her while the child cries loudly. Reliable information obtained by NTV is that the parents noticed that the child had bruises and asked what had happened but the maid said she did not know what caused them. Reports say the child’s parents reported the incident to police and the woman was charged. We also have information that the case is in Nakawa magistrates court and the woman was remanded till 8th December when she will return to court. For more new...
Following the orders by the police chief Gen Kale Kayihura to investigate the police officers that beat up Besigye supporters last week, a disciplinary court was set up and started hearing the case that saw 6 of its officers appear before it. However, many questions have been raised about this court, ranging from when it was formed, what it handles exactly and how far this court can go. Our reporter Sheila Tusiime Mugisha explores the dynamics of this court.