In one of the districts in the central region, people are resorting to witchdoctors to help them recover money from debtors.
NEWSPAPER SNEAK PEEK
Here are some stories you can look out for in the New Vision newspaper of Monday, April 29, 2019. And by the way, you can read the full paper online HERE.
To begin with, in Monday's edition, we have a story on Government having secured sh520b to establish grain storage facilities and fruit processing plants in different parts of the country. Find out the 25 districts lined up to benefit.
Also find out the good things about a new drug that has just been introduced in Uganda for treating malaria.
Meanwhile, a senior High Court judicial officer is in trouble for slapping a journalist. We have the story.
In one of the districts in the central region, people are resorting to witchdoctors to help them recover money from debtors. But a High Court judge says that is a waste of time and resources. So what tips is the the judge giving for recovering money from debtors easily.
In other news, a committee headed by former Chief Justice Benjamin Odoki is drawing up a draft constitution for the confederation of East African community member states. New Vision brings to you details of the meeting between the committee and President Yoweri Museveni.
By the way, what was Col Kizza Besigye and the FDC honchos doing in northern Uganda over the weekend? We have the details.
You may also want to know why a female cabinet minister has constructed a mega church single-handedly and what it has cost her.
Finally, we have EIGHT (8) PAGES OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES by various organisations and government. Yes, eight pages. So don’t miss your copy of New Vision.
(Then a gentle reminder: you can read the full paper online HERE)