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In the New Vision, Monday, October 31

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Added 31st October 2016 10:51 AM

Why is Jennifer Musisi’s deputy, Dr Judith Tumusiime quitting her well-paying job?

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In the New Vision on Monday, we have over ten pages of lucrative employment opportunities in government and other well-paying reputable organisations.

·Why is Jennifer Musisi’s deputy, Dr Judith Tumusiime quitting her well-paying job? New Vision brings to you the full story and the challenges she has faced at the city hall over the past four years.

·In an ambitious plan to increase the power generation, Government is in talks with the Russia and the Chinese to set up nuclear plants. What are the areas identified as suitable for hosting the nuclear reactors? Find out in the New Vision.

·President Yoweri Museveni has camped in Luwero for eight days. Where will he be staying and what has prompted him to leave State House to go into the field? New Vision brings to you the full story.

·Makerere University Law Professor Sylvia Tamale is unhappy with the laws on sexual morality. Get a copy of New Vision and find out why.

·The family of Michael Odongo, assistant commissioner in charge of agro-chemicals in the ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, who died last week at the airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands is unhappy with government. Find out why.

·Find out in the New Vision why some people in Kabarole district are unhappy with their leaders and have dragged them to Parliament.

·For accurate information about the state of the banks,read New Vision.   

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