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MP pleads
By Bizimungu Kisakye
Burahya county MP Stephen Basaliiza has asked his electorate not to judge him by how much time he spends with them, but by the quality of the services he brings them.

MP pleads
By Bizimungu Kisakye
Burahya county MP Stephen Basaliiza has asked his electorate not to judge him by how much time he spends with them, but by the quality of the services he brings them.

MP pleads
By Bizimungu Kisakye
Burahya county MP Stephen Basaliiza has asked his electorate not to judge him by how much time he spends with them, but by the quality of the services he brings them. “My work is to be in Parliament and get tasks done, that result in bringing services closer to you,” Basaliiza said. He was on Tuesday speaking at Muguusu sub-county headquarters in Kabarole district.

Leaders hail
By Frederick Nyakabwa
Kabarole district leaders have hailed the UN children’s Fund, Unicef, for the achievements of its 2001-2005 country programme especially for children, the youth and women’s welfare. The deputy district speaker, Patrick Asiimwe Rukuya, made the compliment recently while closing a two-day workshop at Mucwa Chambers in Fort Portal.

RDC gets
By Ebenezer Bifubyeka
THE UN high commissioner for refugees (UNHCR) has donated a computer worth US$2,500 (sh4.37m) to Mbarara resident district commissioner Clement Kandole. The UNHCR head of field office, Adan Diis Iimi, on Tuesday said the donation would ease the RDC’s work.

Pledge given
By Emmanuel Kajubu
PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni last week honoured a sh100m pledge to Kibitto Secondary School in Kabarole district for the construction of a science laboratory.

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