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YOUR LETTERS

By Vision Reporter

Added 4th March 2005 03:00 AM

That dreadful killer
People, young and old, are being killed all over the world.
Oh, how dreadful!
Professors, doctors and traditional healers have not succeeded, to treat the terrible disease AIDS.
Oh! This dreadful thing!
Lord have mercy and and save us
Take away

That dreadful killer
People, young and old, are being killed all over the world.
Oh, how dreadful!
Professors, doctors and traditional healers have not succeeded, to treat the terrible disease AIDS.
Oh! This dreadful thing!
Lord have mercy and and save us
Take away this thing And set us free.
AIDS! AIDS! AIDS!
- Rachael Nantume
Namagunga P/B/S

Alcohol is harmful
Alcohol is dangerous to our lives. If you drink a lot of alcohol, you are referred to as an alcoholic. Alcohol can damage the liver, pancreas, brain kidney and other parts of the body. Large amounts of alcohol can result into abdominal pains. Homes are broken and children suffer. They run to the street because they have no one to look after them. Some children don’t even go to school because they have no school fees. Yet their parents are busy drinking alcohol.
So I urge you to stop drinking.
-Noella Bideri
Namagunga P/B/S

Dignity is important
I want to advise my friends to respect themselves. If you respect yourself, even other people will respect you. In this world, once you do not respect yourself, nobody will respect you at all. Take an example on a big girl quarrelling with a small one, do you think people who see you will respect you? Even that little girl will not respect you..So please respect yourself so that others can respect you.
-Lilian Nakuya
Kirinya Parents’ School

Why we must pay taxes
I wish to advise all Ugandans to pay taxes. Never hide when you are told to pay tax. We need good roads and communication network, well-equipped hospitals, industries and also enough schools, if our country is to develop. Then all farmers can be able to transport their crops to the market and earn some money.
- Nimrod Himbisa
Kirinya Parents’ School

Stop abusing us
Why do you mistreat us?
You make us do donkey work
We are denied our rights. Nobody cares for us. We sleep on streets
We are defiled, burnt and beaten.
-Mary Alison Kafeeka
Buyala Junior School

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