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IN BRIEF

By Vision Reporter

Added 14th June 2005 03:00 AM

LC3 warns
KAMPALA — Lubaga division chairman Justin Sendikadiwa has urged residents to stop spreading rumours that widows and the poor will not pay property tax.

LC3 warns
KAMPALA — Lubaga division chairman Justin Sendikadiwa has urged residents to stop spreading rumours that widows and the poor will not pay property tax.

LC3 warns
KAMPALA — Lubaga division chairman Justin Sendikadiwa has urged residents to stop spreading rumours that widows and the poor will not pay property tax. He said the division was looking for provisions of raising tax to fund its activities since the Government had abolished graduated tax. He was meeting the press at his office on Friday.

Envoy sure
KAMPALA — Swedish ambassador Erik Aberg has said his government will not cut development links with Uganda. He was last week speaking at his residence in Kololo during celebrations to mark the Swedish National Day. He said Sweden was committed to helping Uganda to consolidate peace, national unity, democracy and development.

New school
WAKISO — Parents in Nangabo sub-county have constructed a sh80m girls’ secondary school in the area. The headmistress, Miriam naiwumbwe, said Namalele Girls’ secondary school would offer vocational and computer lessons.

500m/- water
MUBENDE — Kasambya sub-county will soon commission a sh500m water project. The project that has taken two years to complete was funded by the government under the Rural Water and Sanitation programme.
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IN BRIEF

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