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By Vision Reporter

Added 5th December 2005 03:00 AM

Brig. to ask
By Hillary Kiirya
FORMER Internal Security chief Brig. Henry Tumukunde is today expected at the Military General Court Martial to apply for bail, six months after he was charged with spreading harmful propaganda.

Brig. to ask
By Hillary Kiirya
FORMER Internal Security chief Brig. Henry Tumukunde is today expected at the Military General Court Martial to apply for bail, six months after he was charged with spreading harmful propaganda.

Brig. to ask
By Hillary Kiirya
FORMER Internal Security chief Brig. Henry Tumukunde is today expected at the Military General Court Martial to apply for bail, six months after he was charged with spreading harmful propaganda.
Tumukunde was charged on May 31 and accordingly remanded to the Senior Officers’ Mess in Kololo, where he is currently being held.
Tumukunde is also expected to renew his bail in the ghost soldier charge, which was cancelled following his arrest in May.

Kasulu set
By Edward Anyoli
PROPERTY Masters chief Patrick Kasulu is to begin defending himself against two cases of obtaining sh35m and sh31m by false pretence. Buganda Road Court Chief Magistrate Margaret Tibulya fixed February 6, 2006 for defence. Kasulu’s lawyer McDusman Kabega said his client was ready to defend himself.

One charged
By Dorah Naamala
A WOMAN who is suspected to have recently sneaked food containing narcotic drugs into Old Kampala Police cells was on Monday charged before Mwanga II Road Court. Jennifer Namirembe of Kawaala, Rubaga Division, reportedly brought the food for her husband, Yusuf Ndawula.

Two drown
By Moses Nampala
Two people drowned in Lake Victoria when their boat capsized.
The tragedy occurred near Sigulu islands in Bugiri district on Saturday, resulting from over-loading of the boat. The dead, whose bodies are still missing, are Lazaro Magemo and Wilberforce Lokwang.

Seventeen die
By Vision Reporter
A TOTAL of 17 people died due to accidents in Kampala last month, the November traffic report released yesterday showed.
Deputy city traffic chief Lawrence Niwabine said 800 vehicles were involved in the accidents that left 277 people injured and hospitalised.
“Seventeen were fatal, while 242 were serious and 541 slight. Over 300 were hit and run,” Niwabine said.

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