TOP
Monday,October 19,2020 20:02 PM

In Brief

By Vision Reporter

Added 18th August 2006 03:00 AM

Camp starts
By Godfrey Kimono
Over 5,000 scouts are expected to participate in the five-day scouts’ comporee and inter-patrol competitions to be held at Kaazi this month. Wyclef Ojuru, the Acting National Scouts Executive Commissioner, said the competitions will see scouts join the competi

Camp starts
By Godfrey Kimono
Over 5,000 scouts are expected to participate in the five-day scouts’ comporee and inter-patrol competitions to be held at Kaazi this month. Wyclef Ojuru, the Acting National Scouts Executive Commissioner, said the competitions will see scouts join the competi

Camp starts
By Godfrey Kimono
Over 5,000 scouts are expected to participate in the five-day scouts’ comporee and inter-patrol competitions to be held at Kaazi this month. Wyclef Ojuru, the Acting National Scouts Executive Commissioner, said the competitions will see scouts join the competitions from different districts in the country and East Africa in general. “The camp will train scouts on conserving nature through the several activities. It will be officially opened on Saturday (today),” he said.

Four on trial
By Bwogi Buyera
Four men who are suspected to have led a mob that lynched a former student of Brainstorm High School yesterday appeared before the Kabale Chief Magistrate’s court to answer charges of manslaughter. Prosecution alleged that Alex Byonanebye, Rutagyenda, Bernard Niwagaba and Tukahirwa Lamweul led a mob which snatched Ronald Ariho from policemen and lynched him.

Drivers held
By Kyomuhendo Muhanga
THREE taxi drivers were held overnight in Police cells on Thursday after their vehicles were found without third party insurance and road license stickers.
Mbarara OC traffic Daniel Chemonges said the three are Elias Warugembe, Robert Byamukama and Kizza Beinomugisha.

Three fined
By Herbert Ssempogo
THREE Pakistanis have been convicted of unlawful stay in Uganda and fined sh300,000 each or they serve a jail term of eight months at Luzira Prison.

In Brief

Related articles

More From The Author

More From The Author