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A look at what's in today's New Vision

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Added 18th November 2016 09:53 AM

Badru Kiggundu and Steven Akabwai share what awaits the new Electoral Commission.

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Badru Kiggundu and Steven Akabwai share what awaits the new Electoral Commission.

Find out why Parliament has imposed a travel ban on all the top Uganda Telecommunications Limited (UTL) bosses and board members. Read this unfolding story inside.
 
Makerere student leaders have petitioned the education minister to open the university. Find out what the First Lady told the team led by the university guild president.
 
Phone companies have surrendered printouts of calls made by suspects in the Lugogo shooting. Find out the identity of another woman who has recorded a Police statement. What is in her statement? We bring you the fresh twists.
 
President Museveni has met Muslim leaders. Get details of what they discussed. We also have several stories on Muslim issues, including the new Muslim districts which have been created by the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council.
 
Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has referred the issue of whether Uganda should pull out of the International Criminal Court to the Attorney General. We have the contentious issues and the countries which have abandoned the ICC.
 
Parliament has given the public service ministry one week to submit the full pensioners’ list and submit a plan to refund sh1b lost in double payments. This follows another query into the payment of over sh12b to a questionable list of pensioners. New Vision has fresh revelations on how all this happened as top officials apologise for the mess.
 
In a ruling that will certainly make parents and students happy, the court has ordered the reopening of Bridge Academies. Get the basis for this ruling in your trusted paper.
 
Badru Kiggundu and Steven Akabwai share what awaits the new Electoral Commission. We bring you all the challenges the former EC chairmen faced and what they predict the new challenges will be under the new EC team.

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