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By Vision Reporter

Added 30th March 2002 03:00 AM

H/M held: LUWEERO – The deputy headmaster of Kankole PS has been arrested for allegedly defiling two pupils aged 7 and 8. The Luweero DPC, Godfrey Taire, said Wilson Mulindwa Wasswa was arrested yesterday morning after he reportedly defiled the pupils

H/M held: LUWEERO – The deputy headmaster of Kankole PS has been arrested for allegedly defiling two pupils aged 7 and 8. The Luweero DPC, Godfrey Taire, said Wilson Mulindwa Wasswa was arrested yesterday morning after he reportedly defiled the pupils

H/M held LUWEERO – The deputy headmaster of Kankole PS has been arrested for allegedly defiling two pupils aged 7 and 8. The Luweero DPC, Godfrey Taire, said Wilson Mulindwa Wasswa was arrested yesterday morning after he reportedly defiled the pupils in his office the previous day. ------ Tinyefuza KAMPALA – The Police will not prefer criminal charges against Lt. Gen. David Tinyefuza for reportedly assaulting a Police officer at Kabalagala Police post. However, the aggrieved officer is free to seek legal action against the General, Police chief Maj. Gen. Katumba Wamala said yesterday. ------ Kaloli here KAMPALA – Tanzanian-born songbird, Saida Karoli, arrived in the country on Thursday aboard Air Tanzania to spice up Easter festivities, courtesy of Abtex Productions. Wanchekecha, as she is popularly known, was accompanied by her new manager. ------ Banyoro say KIBAALE — Banyoro leaders have demanded that the wedding of the Omukama Solomon Iguru be postponed until the conflict with Bakiga settlers is resolved. The leaders reportedly demanded that MPs table a motion in Parliament to revoke the Constituent Assembly resolution which dissociated the district from Bunyoro Kitara Kingdom. ------ Cattle safe MBARARA – The District Veterinary Officer, John Lewis Barigye, has lifted the livestock quarantine in the sub-counties of Masha, Endiinzi, Birere, and Kabuyanda. In a letter dated March 27, to the Chief Administrative Officer, Hezzy Kafureka, Barigye said there was no danger of foot and mouth disease in those areas. It was copied to the Director of Animal Resources in Entebbe. ------ Fraud case KAMPALA — The Police are yet to complete investigations in the case against a businessman accused of defrauding Standard Chartered Bank of sh500m. State Prosecutor Jackline Kyosiimire told Buganda Road Court Magistrate Duncan Gaswaga that investigations into George Barenzi’s case were still going on and asked that the case be adjourned. ------ 3 sentenced’ KAMPALA — Buganda Road Court yesterday sentenced three men to three years imprisonment after finding them guilty of possessing and making counterfeit notes. The court heard that Newton Kasujja, 29, Charles Kabenge, 31, and David Gahima, 20, made 13 counterfeit notes on January 15. The court was presided over by Grade One Magistrate Sylvia Namubiru. ------ 2 remanded KAMPALA — The City Hall Court recently remanded two men on charges of stealing a land title and obtaining money by false pretence. Moses Jagwe and Godfrey Mwenge Musoke allegedly committed the offence on February 2 at Makerere Kavule, Wandegeya. ------ Case dropped KAMPALA — The director of Africa Participatory Development Initiative was set free on Monday after spending over a year on remand. The state discontinued legal proceedings against Samuel Emuron, 41, who was facing charges of obtaining 1,000 iron sheets from Roof Clad Uganda Limited and issuing a false cheque. ------ Guard in KAMPALA — A private security guard was recently charged with illegal possession of a gun and 28 bullets. Ali Mawa, 26, of Kibuli was jointly charged with Ibrahim Zalinda alias Majoana, 38, of Kamwokya. They denied the charges before Nakawa Court Chief Magistrate John Arutu and were remanded in Luzira Prisons. ------ One charged KAMPALA — The Nakawa Court Grade One Magistrate has sentenced a man to five months in prison for stealing household equipment. Prosecution alleges that Geofrey Monday, 19, of Mbuya zone I, Nakawa division, and others still at large, committed the offence on November 13, 2001 at Bugolobi flats. ------ New forum KAMPALA — Reform Agenda supports the formation of the Parliamentary Advocacy Forum, a parliamentary group to lobby for political and democratic reforms. Beti Kamya said in a statement that members of the forum should resist pressure that may be applied on them by President Yoweri Museveni.

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