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By Vision Reporter

Added 7th March 2002 03:00 AM

Bugiri told: BUGIRI— The Resident District Commissioner, Mary Owor, has warned medical workers in the district to stop exploiting patients under the guise of offering quick services. “I have learnt that some of you charge between sh200 and sh500 befo

Bugiri told: BUGIRI— The Resident District Commissioner, Mary Owor, has warned medical workers in the district to stop exploiting patients under the guise of offering quick services. “I have learnt that some of you charge between sh200 and sh500 befo

Bugiri told BUGIRI— The Resident District Commissioner, Mary Owor, has warned medical workers in the district to stop exploiting patients under the guise of offering quick services. “I have learnt that some of you charge between sh200 and sh500 before attending to sick people. This must stop immediately,” she told Bugiri hospital workers on Wednesday. ------- Chelimo riled KAPCHORWA — The district council chairman-elect, Nelson Chelimo, has denied allegations that he is among multipartyists who won the recent local council elections. Chelimo said the allegations by district Movement chairman Christopher Chepkurui were meant to divert the Government’s attention from the stalled development programmes. ------- Mob lynches KAMULI — A man suspected to have stolen a pig in Buyobo, Bulopa sub-county, was lynched on Monday night by an angry mob. The Police said the mob clobbered Salamu Waiswa to death after they found him with a pig belonging to Janet Sajjabi. ------- Youth urged TORORO — The assistant Commissioner of Prisons Inspectorate on Monday urged the youth in the district to embrace hard work to eliminate poverty. Lawrence Ekirapa, who was addressing mourners at the burial of Prisons Sgt. Etyang Okwi in Kararau village, criticised the youth who despise manual jobs like brick-making and farming.

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