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By Vision Reporter

Added 5th April 2004 03:00 AM

Kabaka calls
KAMPALA — Kabaka Ronald Mutebi has called for a national day of prayers and reconciliation at his Lubiri palace in Mengo. He said this recently while meeting the national executive committee of the National Reconcili-ation Forum at his Banda Palace.

Kabaka calls
KAMPALA — Kabaka Ronald Mutebi has called for a national day of prayers and reconciliation at his Lubiri palace in Mengo. He said this recently while meeting the national executive committee of the National Reconcili-ation Forum at his Banda Palace.

Kabaka calls
KAMPALA — Kabaka Ronald Mutebi has called for a national day of prayers and reconciliation at his Lubiri palace in Mengo. He said this recently while meeting the national executive committee of the National Reconcili-ation Forum at his Banda Palace.

MPs urged
KAMPALA — Presidential assistant on AGOA and trade Susan Muhwezi, who recently appeared before the sessional committee on industrial relations, has urged MPs to address laws concerning workers and try to protect investors.

‘Support law’
KAMPALA — Uganda Women’s Network (UWONET) has called on the public, especially men, to support the Domestic Relations Bill. Maria Karuhanga, the legal consultant, told a workshop recently that the Bill was not for women alone.

Students told
KAMPALA — Bugabula North mp Moses Kizige has told students to invest in voluntary work. He was addressing students from different universities at the launch of the “Stop Aids” campaign over the weekend, at Senate House.

Village gets
MUKONO — The newly-established Development Micro Finance Bank has earmarked sh100m for a loan scheme for residents of Sonde village. The manager, Harrison Agaba, said this while addressing a press conference in his office in Sonde recently.

Govt reviews
KAMPALA — The lands ministry is to review the system that governs surveyors to eliminate conmen who have penetrated the profession. Lands commissioner Mubaraka Kintu told the press there was an influx of conmen especially in rural areas.

No kimansulo
KAMPALA — Primary education state minister Namirembe Bitamazire on Saturday hailed a graduation party for not having ‘ekimansulo of the mouth.’

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