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Corridors of power

By Vision Reporter

Added 24th April 2007 03:00 AM

“I don’t know who would want to kill me or my daughter, my brother, my grandmother and her maid,” Milly Kiiza, a member of a family whose food was poisoned by unknown people.

“I don’t know who would want to kill me or my daughter, my brother, my grandmother and her maid,” Milly Kiiza, a member of a family whose food was poisoned by unknown people.

“I was washing when the other children he was playing with told me that Wahabu was swallowing a condom. I ran and pulled it from his mouth but he had swallowed the semen,” Neema Chandiru, , stepmother of an Arua boy who almost swallowed a condom.

“Isaac is mine and not every-body’s husband. Nobody got him for me,” Salaamu Musumba, LC5 candidate for Kamuli district, , reacting to people who were asking her to move with her husband on her campaigns.

“It hurts me to be fighting the lawmakers about the laws that they make,” Inspector General of Police, Major General Kale Kayihura, , about MPs who are involved in demonstrations and riots.

“We do not have money, to the extent that we even got the sodas we are going to sip on credit,” Kalisizo Sub-County chairman Deo Bazimba, , after the sub-county ran out of funds.

“We have never killed children. We also know that there is no grave or name of a child they have given,” Army Spokesman Major Felix Kulaigye, , denying reports by Human Rights groups that the UPDF killed children in Karamoja.

“When you are angry, you should not show people that you are angry. If there is a problem, let us sit together as people of the same family and solve it amicably within the party,” First Lady Janet Museveni, , asking National Resistence Movement members to keep their problems within the party.

Corridors of power

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