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Added 27th December 2006 03:00 AM

Kyafu wins poll petition
Iganga
The LC5 chairman, Assuman Kyafu, is confident of winning the 2011 elections. This followed his victory in an election petition filed against him by Shaban Nkuutu, the runner-up in the March 3 polls. Kyafu was speaking at the opening of a Front Page Micro-fina

Kyafu wins poll petition
Iganga
The LC5 chairman, Assuman Kyafu, is confident of winning the 2011 elections. This followed his victory in an election petition filed against him by Shaban Nkuutu, the runner-up in the March 3 polls. Kyafu was speaking at the opening of a Front Page Micro-fina

Kyafu wins poll petition
Iganga
The LC5 chairman, Assuman Kyafu, is confident of winning the 2011 elections. This followed his victory in an election petition filed against him by Shaban Nkuutu, the runner-up in the March 3 polls. Kyafu was speaking at the opening of a Front Page Micro-finance branch in the town on Saturday. Kyafu said he would seek sh300m in compensation. He said he would use part of the money to buy shares in the micro-finance company. Nkuutu had alleged that there were election malpractices.

Local charity hosts widows
Mbale
A local charity, Jenga Community Development Outreach, on Saturday hosted over 1,200 widows and orphans to a Christmas lunch. The charity director, Robbie Keen, said: “We want people to know that Jesus loves widows and orphans.” He said they had initiated income-generating projects for widows in Mbale town. “We have given them goats,” Keen said.

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