TOP
Saturday,July 20,2019 02:59 AM

April 3: What to expect in Wednesday's paper

By Admin

Added 2nd April 2019 05:05 PM

Fresh Kid's saga takes a new twist as government outlines restrictions for the seven-year-old rapper.

Freshkid1 703x422

Fresh Kid's saga takes a new twist as government outlines restrictions for the seven-year-old rapper.

NEWSPAPER SNEAK PEEK

Here is a look at what will be in Wednesday's (April 3, 2019) edition of New Vision:

To begin with, all teachers are to be subjected to pre-entry exams. Find out when the exams start and what awaits teachers who fail them. 

Meanwhile, the newly refurbished Mulago Hospital brings new opportunities of over 3,000 medics sought. We bring you details on how to chance on the available jobs. 

In the local music world, boy singer Fresh Kid's saga takes a new twist as government outlines restrictions for the seven-year-old rapper.  Will the guidelines keep him in school?

Politics is not for the army. Find out why President Yoweri Museveni wants to keep UPDF away from politics.  

And sticking to politics, the Opposition are split over joint candidature. A Democratic Party (DP) faction believes former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) president Dr. Kizza Besigye is a spoiler.

Across the border, Parliament Speaker Rebecca Kadaga is still in Intensive Care Unit in a Kenyan hospital as Busoga prepare special prayers.

And in this week's education pullout Mwalimu, schools need debates and why parents need not to stress over child’s exam scores.

Related Articles

More From The Author

Related articles