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By Vision Reporter

Added 25th September 2006 03:00 AM

Exam crisis
ARUA
At least 54 students of Imperial College School are to miss this year’s O’Level exams after failing to register with the national examinations board. This is the second year in succession that candidates of the privately-owned school are missing exams due to the misappro

Exam crisis
ARUA
At least 54 students of Imperial College School are to miss this year’s O’Level exams after failing to register with the national examinations board. This is the second year in succession that candidates of the privately-owned school are missing exams due to the misappro

Exam crisis
ARUA
At least 54 students of Imperial College School are to miss this year’s O’Level exams after failing to register with the national examinations board. This is the second year in succession that candidates of the privately-owned school are missing exams due to the misappropriation of their registration fees. Deputy headmaster Fred Owino said 45 of the students had missed last year’s exams.

Mosque theft
KAMULI
The Police in Buyende are holding a man in connection with the theft of 15 mats, among other items, from a mosque. Buyende Police post chief Charles Olanya yesterday said Asuman Katala is also suspected to have stolen seven communal jerrycans. He said Katala is suspected to have stolen the items on Friday night from Magid Noor Mosque in Buyende trading centre in Buyende sub-county.

Fire guts
KAMPALA
Property worth millions of shillings was destroyed when a fire broke out in a students’ dormitory at the Reformed Theological college in Bunamwaya, a city suburb on Sunday. Police publicist Edward Ochom (below) yesterday said the fire started at 8:40pm.

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