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By Vision Reporter

Added 25th February 2002 03:00 AM

Govt takes: BUSHENYI — The Government has taken over 40 primary schools in the district. The dsitrict education officer, Norman Lukumu, said recently that the increasing inflow of UPE pupils was what prompted the district education committee to pass the

Govt takes: BUSHENYI — The Government has taken over 40 primary schools in the district. The dsitrict education officer, Norman Lukumu, said recently that the increasing inflow of UPE pupils was what prompted the district education committee to pass the

Govt takes BUSHENYI — The Government has taken over 40 primary schools in the district. The dsitrict education officer, Norman Lukumu, said recently that the increasing inflow of UPE pupils was what prompted the district education committee to pass the schools on to the government. ----- Two warned MBARARA — Two men who are accused of stealing a calf have been given a seven-day ultimatum to return it and pay a fine of sh300,000 to the owner. Muhanguzi Kyamanianga and Kalisa received the notice from Ngaruye Ruhindi and Company Advocates who are acting on behalf of a local businessman. ----- June offices BUSHENYI — The multimillion office building under construction will be completed in June. The district engineer, Kiiza Mbonimpa, said recently that the last phase of the house worth sh512m has began. Excel Construction Company Ltd was contracted to do the construction. ----- 12 dropped KASESE — A total of 12 councillors have been dropped from the 39-member district council in the just concluded LC5 elections. The council chairman, Yokasi, got 80753 votes. The deputy returning officer, Asa Musinguzi, said those dropped include the production secretary, Ruth Kanzenze. ----- Judge orders MASAKA — Justice Solome Bbosa has summoned the assistant returning officer, Yusuf Ssenteza, to the district high court over allegations that the Bukoto west parliamentary elections were riddled with malpractice. He is expected to appear in court on March 14 for cross-examination. ----- Donor meet KASESE — A donors’ conference is due to be held in the district, the Resident District Commissioner, Musa Ecweru, said recently. He was addressing residents of Kasese. Ecweru was the chief cleaner at the district function to mark the “Clean Up The World” day where he also launched the “Keep Kasese Clean” campaign.

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