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By Vision Reporter

Added 1st June 2003 03:00 AM

‘Don’t leave out orphans’
Kabale RDC escort dead
Passengers stranded

‘Don’t leave out orphans’
Kasese — The fight against HIV/AIDS has focused only on the patients and neglected concerns of how the disease has affected the education of the orphans. Boler, who works with Action-Aid, a British NGO in London, said this recently at Aunt Angella's Nursery School in Katwe Kabatoro town council. Action-Aid funds Banyo Development Foundation for support to HIV/AIDS patients in fishing villages along Lake George and Edward.

Kabale RDC escort dead
Kabale — William Ssekito, an escort for the Kabale RDC, was on Wednesday night allegedly hit to death. His wife, Monica Nkembabazi, is being held by the Police in connection with the death after a domestic quarrel at Makanga hill. The district Police chief, Martin Amoru, said, “We are holding Nkembabazi here on charges of murder. He said her file is being worked on and she will appear in court soon.”

Passengers stranded
MBARARA — Passengers were on Thursday stranded at various stages in the municipality as bodaboda cyclists that provide the cheapest means of transport gathered for a re-registration. Opening the meeting at Mbarara Catholic Social Centre, mayor Wilson Tumwine said every bodaboda cyclist in the town would get a new registration number.

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