The national registration of birth and death was yesterday re-launched in Luweero district, with a caution to government officials involved in the exercise against issuing forged certificates.
Vision Reporter
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The national registration of birth and death was yesterday re-launched in Luweero district, with a caution to government officials involved in the exercise against issuing forged certificates.
By Josephine Maseruka

The national registration of birth and death was yesterday re-launched in Luweero district, with a caution to government officials involved in the exercise against issuing forged certificates.

Justice minister Dr. Khiddu Makubuya said, “Forged certificates should be eliminated. The Government will not tolerate substandard services.”

The caution was contained in Makubuya’s statement read by Solicitor General Lucian Tibaruha at the Ndejje University campus in Nyimbwa, Katikamu North.

Tibaruha also handed over 21 Honda motorcycles each worth sh7m for each sub-county and 924 bicycles for each village in Luweero, offered by Plan International (Uganda).

Present were UNICEF and Plan International (U) country representatives, who are participating in the exercise in 34 of the 56 districts.

Makubuya said the issue of registration fees for birth and death certificates should be observed until the Government reconsiders the matter.

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