Former labour minister Stanislaus Okurut is dead.
Publish Date: Apr 05, 2014
Former labour minister Stanislaus Okurut is dead.
Stanislaus Okurut
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By Carol Natukunda 

Former labour minister Stanislaus Okurut is dead

Okurut, husband to Gender Minister Mary Karooro, succumbed to heart failure this morning.

“He has been admitted at Mulago Hospital,” Karooro confirmed on phone.

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