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In New Vision: Mayanja Nkangi’s last television interview

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Added 8th March 2017 08:13 AM

He gave interesting revelations about this country and the enemty between Obote and Kabaka Muteesa.

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He gave interesting revelations about this country and the enemty between Obote and Kabaka Muteesa.

In the New Vision, Wednesday, march 8, 2017
On the national Women’s Day celebrations:


The Government will construct a one-stop centre to deal with violence against women.

Find out where this centre will be built and what services it will offer to protect women.

We have the grim Police report on the women who have been killed in domestic violence in one year.

The Government will honour more women with medals. Do not miss the list inside.

Vision Group has launched a campaign to reward women groups which are making a difference in society through imparting skills to women.  Find out how to participate in this great venture.


Thirteen Ugandans who were heading to the Middle East have been intercepted in Kenya, and deported.

Find out why Kenya arrested these people and what has happened to them back in Uganda.


We have a fascinating story about a family which has been reunited after 50 years.

We have details on where the family members have been, what separated them and how they managed to come back together.

 
New Vision brings you Mayanja Nkangi’s last television interview.

He gave interesting revelations about this country and the enemty between Obote and Kabaka Muteesa. This is a must-read.

Parliament will tomorrow hold a special session to pay tribute to  Mayanja Nkangi. Get the programme inside.

Former LRA commander reveals the atrocities Dominic Ongwen committed before the International Criminal Court.

We bring you the fresh evidence against Ongwen.

Another armed attack on African MPs in South Africa has threatened to derail the fourth extraordinary plenary session. Details of what took place are in the New Vision.

The National Environment Management Authority has stopped Pastor Samuel Kakande from growing rice in a wetland in Masaka district.

Find the full story in the New Vision or subscribe for the E-paper

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