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By Vision Reporter

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NGO builds
MASINDI — A Japanese NGO, Refugees International, has, through the Christian Children Fund Uganda (CCF), donated sh46m for the construction of a five-classroom block at Comboni Parents Primary School in Muntude sub-county. CCF official Edward Nfulagani performed the ground-breaking

NGO builds
MASINDI — A Japanese NGO, Refugees International, has, through the Christian Children Fund Uganda (CCF), donated sh46m for the construction of a five-classroom block at Comboni Parents Primary School in Muntude sub-county. CCF official Edward Nfulagani performed the ground-breaking

NGO builds
MASINDI — A Japanese NGO, Refugees International, has, through the Christian Children Fund Uganda (CCF), donated sh46m for the construction of a five-classroom block at Comboni Parents Primary School in Muntude sub-county. CCF official Edward Nfulagani performed the ground-breaking ceremony recently.

UNICEF aid
KASESE — The UNICEF- Uganda country programme recently withdrew its decision to stop giving financial assistance to the district. The chief administrative officer, Giles Kahika, broke the news during a meeting of district leaders and civil servants. He said he had pleaded with the government and UNICEF to reverse the decision.

200 homeless
BUSHENYI — The number of people who have been displaced by wild animals in Katerere sub-county in Bushenyi district has reached 200. The area lc3 chairperson, James Kabagambe, on Tuesday said the displaced camped at the sub-county headquarters seeking help. He said there was a likelihood of famine because the animals had destroyed crops.

Road opens
NTUNGAMO — LC5 chairman John Karazaarwe recently opened the Kishami-Kafunjo-Kinyam-ugamba road. It was constructed by Med Technologies Ltd headed by Eng. Dan Naturinda from Kampala and cost sh90m from the Local Government Develop-ment Programme.

Shrines burnt
KIBOGA — Ntwetwe sub-county chairperson Robinson Kabuye on Saturday burnt 12 shrines in a bid to resolve a witchdoctor’s family row. Ismail Serunkuma, 55, who had five wives, was reportedly having trouble with his sons, who were fighting for land.

Police hold
BUSHENYI — The Police are holding a 50-year-old man on charges of defilement. Jonas Mwebaze of Bubale, Kashari was arrested at Sky limit bar and lodge on Friday. He was allegedly caught with a 17-year-old girl.

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