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By Vision Reporter

Added 30th November 2006 03:00 AM

KAMPALA
The City Council (KCC) paid sh442m in irregular salaries, Parliament heard yesterday. Appearing before the committee on local government accounts, town clerk Ruth Kijjambu and her technical staff admitted having contravened the financial regulations, but said they were later rectified.

KAMPALA
The City Council (KCC) paid sh442m in irregular salaries, Parliament heard yesterday. Appearing before the committee on local government accounts, town clerk Ruth Kijjambu and her technical staff admitted having contravened the financial regulations, but said they were later rectified.

KCC grilled
KAMPALA
The City Council (KCC) paid sh442m in irregular salaries, Parliament heard yesterday. Appearing before the committee on local government accounts, town clerk Ruth Kijjambu and her technical staff admitted having contravened the financial regulations, but said they were later rectified. The Auditor General had queried the money in a report for the financial year that ended June 30, 2001.

Man held
ENTEBBE
A Tanzanian national suspected of smuggling one-and-half kilograms of heroin worth over sh80m into Uganda, has been arrested. Aviation security (AVSEC) at Entebbe Airport arrested Pandisha Yusuf Juma, 43, on Saturday minutes after he disembarked from an Emirates flight, AVSEC chief Herman Owomugisha said yesterday. Juma had travelled from Tehran, Iran and he was heading to Tanzania, the Police said.

MUK denies
KAMPALA
Makerere University yesterday dismissed media reports that it had allowed students to register and access the library. Academic registrar Amos Olal Odur (below) said, “That was a misrepresentation. The university council has not yet met to reverse its decision. We are not registering any students without the approval of the council.”

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