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Saturday Vision May 21: Abductions, HIV vaccine and more

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My wife cannot cheat on me, says musician Pallaso. This and much more in this week's edition.

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My wife cannot cheat on me, says musician Pallaso. This and much more in this week's edition.

This week's Saturday Vision leads with a story on UNRA boss Allen Kagina and works minister minister Eng. John Byabagambi clashing over the proposed 9km Kibuye-Busega Expressway. Find the story on Page 3.

ABDUCTIONS

Also in this edition is an unsettling story in Yumbe. Some 26 people were kidnapped by people claiming to be members of a new rebel group . . .

On page 5, there is a story of a cop held over sh13b stolen cocaine. Who is he and where was the illegal drug stolen from? You can read the Saturday paper online. Here's how

'MORE TIME'

Meanwhile, FDC leaders want more visitation time for their colleague and former presidential candidate Dr. Kizza Besigye. Remember that the opposition stalwart was transferred from Moroto Prison on Monday and taken to Luzira Prison in Kampala. And when he appeared in court the following day, he was charged afresh with treason and remanded.



GAINING GROUND ON HIV VACCINE

How soon can we have an HIV vaccine? Researchers are gain ground. This according to Prof Pontiano Kaleebu, the director of the Medical Reseach Council/Uganda Virus Research Institute Research Unit on AIDS (MRC/UVRI). He revealed this in an interview with Saturday Vision. Page 10 is where the details are.

LOOKING BACK . . .

This week, the 10th Parliament MPs were sworn in over three days. While some returned, many did not. So what will some of the outgoinging legislators miss in Parliament? There is a two-page splash of that in Saturday Vision. Dig in.


PAIRED MPS

 
And still speaking Parliament, have a look at the new MPs who stepped up with their spouses. It was kisses and cheers all over. Ask Busiro South MP Peter Sematimba whose PDA got some talking. It's your favorite relationship pullout, Intimate.

'MY WIFE CANNOT CHEAT ON ME'

Also in Intimate, musician Pius Mayanja, whose stage name is Pallaso, features in this week's interview. "I have one wife and I am enjoying a stable relationship. I am not a sex object," he intimates.

FA CUP FINAL, AND MORE

 
Your Saturday pullout Goal! has plenty of sporting stuff to chew on, including today's FA Cup final between Manchester United and Crystal Palace. And what do the local fans say?

SWAGG, HOME & CONSTRUCTION, LOCAL RADIO AND TV GUIDE, CROSSWORD PUZZLES . . . whatever your reading interest, you are all covered.

 

HOW TO READ THE SATURDAY VISION PAPER ONLINE

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