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By Vision Reporter

Added 7th October 2004 03:00 AM

LC5 warns
By Peter Obong
APAC district chairman Ben Olwa has warned against dubious contractors who mishandle construction projects under the Northern Uganda Social Action Fund. Speaking at his office recently, Olwa said an inspection campaign had been initiated to stamp out shoddy work.

LC5 warns
By Peter Obong
APAC district chairman Ben Olwa has warned against dubious contractors who mishandle construction projects under the Northern Uganda Social Action Fund. Speaking at his office recently, Olwa said an inspection campaign had been initiated to stamp out shoddy work.

LC5 warns
By Peter Obong
APAC district chairman Ben Olwa has warned against dubious contractors who mishandle construction projects under the Northern Uganda Social Action Fund. Speaking at his office recently, Olwa said an inspection campaign had been initiated to stamp out shoddy work.

1,000 freed
By Chris Ochowun
THE director of the Totto Chan Reception Centre for children, based in Sudan has said over 1,000 formerly abducted children have been repatriated since 1997.
Jim Long John was accompanying a group of 34 surrendered LRA rebels, who were flown from Totto Chan Centre to Gulu on Monday.

Spot fines
By Janey Watongo
THE Police and the Uganda Revenue Authority have launched Spot Fines on motor vehicle users in Nebbi district. Assistant Police superintendent John Goville recently said the scheme was meant to improve road discipline.

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