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By Vision Reporter

Added 3rd February 2004 03:00 AM

LC5 decries
By Patrick Opio

GULU district chairman, Lt. Col. Walter Ochora, has lamented the meagre salaries paid to LC5 chairpersons.

LC5 decries
By Patrick Opio

GULU district chairman, Lt. Col. Walter Ochora, has lamented the meagre salaries paid to LC5 chairpersons.

LC5 decries
By Patrick Opio

GULU district chairman, Lt. Col. Walter Ochora, has lamented the meagre salaries paid to LC5 chairpersons. Addressing a meeting of chief administrative officers and council speakers from northern districts recently, Ochora said their salaries were not commensurate with the job demands.

ULAA boss
By Patrick Opio

KITGUM LC5 chairman Norman Ojwee has been elected the new chairperson Uganda Local Authorities Association (ULAA), northern branch. This was at a recent meeting presided over by ULAA national chairman, Capt. John Otekat, at Kakanyero Hotel, Gulu. He was elected unopposed.

Akaki urges
By Martin Kiiza

THE Minister of state for Tourism, Jovino Akaki, has called for the empowerment of communities near conservation areas for sustainable management of the areas. This was contained in a speech read by tourism commissioner Justice Tindiga-rukayo at a workshop recently.

NGO appeals
By Martin Kiiza

THE Coalition for access to essential medicines, a consortium of 16 civil society organisations, has appealed to the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders to ensure that affordable drugs reach the grassroots. This was at a recent planning meeting for 2004 at Sunset Hotel in Jinja.

Banker netted
By Hillary Kiirya

A police officer and a banker who allegedly stole about sh4.1m in terminal benefits from the police were on Friday arrested and charged with forgery and theft. Benson Oruku of Ntinda Police Barracks reportedly conspired with Apolo Kabale of Tropical African Bank.
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