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By Vision Reporter

Added 5th August 2005 03:00 AM

School needs
KAMPALA — Buganda Road Primary School needs sh430m to renovate the dilapidated teachers residential flats. The flats, built by Norman Gordino in the 1950’s were last painted in 1982. The headmistress, beatrice Turyasingura, said the school will today hold a fundraising music g

School needs
KAMPALA — Buganda Road Primary School needs sh430m to renovate the dilapidated teachers residential flats. The flats, built by Norman Gordino in the 1950’s were last painted in 1982. The headmistress, beatrice Turyasingura, said the school will today hold a fundraising music gala in the school main hall at 2:00pm.

Police told
KIBOGA — The resident district commissioner, Margaret Kasaija, has ordered the Police to investigate the district’s works department over the disappearance of road maintenance equipment. Kasaija (below) issued the order during a council meeting on Thursday after a committee report presented by the chairman Sula Ssekiwunga, indicated that the equipment was missing.

Party calls
KAMPALA — The new Generation of Free Ugandans (NGOFU), a new political party, has asked the Government to release all political prisoners if the country is to go through a peaceful political transition. NGOFU president Barigye Kugonza on Thursday said many politicians were detained for being government opponents, adding that this might ruin the country into civil war. He said this at St. Matia Mulumba conference hall in Old Kampala.

UK embassy
KAMPALA — The British High Commission has relocated from the city centre to its new headquarters on Plot 41 Kiira, Kamwokya. The transfer to the suburbs follows a worldwide security review by the British Foreign Office.

Four freed
KAMPALA — Justice caroline Okello has granted bail to four Police officers and an accountant accused of recruiting ghost policemen, causing a sh69m loss to the Government.

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