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CORRIDORS OF POWER

By Vision Reporter

Added 24th March 2009 03:00 AM

“Praise God. Recently, I realised that I have been victimising young people into devilish ways,” George Oundo admitting to recruiting children into homosexual activities as he talked to parents at Hotel Triangle last week.

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“Praise God. Recently, I realised that I have been victimising young people into devilish ways,” George Oundo admitting to recruiting children into homosexual activities as he talked to parents at Hotel Triangle last week.

“Who will persecute you for attending my workshop? If you are in someone’s house and you do not like them, walk out. When I go to a place and preach patriotism and a school teacher opposes it, then they must look for land outside Uganda,” President Yoweri Museveni, preaching patriotism to teachers in western Uganda.

“You are next to God, so your role is to protect life. God gives life and you assist to sustain it. If you don’t do that, you will go to hell,” higher education minister Mwesigwa Rukutana advising graduand nurses at Jinja School of Nursing and Midwifery to care for patients.

“I think it is good to reduce the burden on people who will bury him. I doubt that anybody would have built him such a tomb after his death,” Paulo Aruho, about Mzee Gabriel Kyotera of Bushenyi, who constructed his own tomb because he thought his death was near.

“Do not be blindfolded by self-centred people who want to tear you apart,” embattled Mufti Shaban Mubajje, advising Muslims in Arua against siding with Sheikh Kayongo’s group which wants to unseat him.

“We are looking for successors because we are aging. I cannot give birth to children and leave them to people who are going to give them wrong doctrines. I have a duty to ensure that ordinary subjects learn about their country,” President Yoweri Museveni, talking to teachers in Masaka about patriotism.

“It is the students who decide whether you bribe or not. This is about brain power, not money as many people think. I thank the students for the support and I promise them the best,” newly-elected Makerere guild president Robert Okware.

CORRIDORS OF POWER

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