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By Vision Reporter

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Poll petition MBALE — Former Samia Bugwe (North) MP Aggrey Awori suffered a set-back in his election petition after court granted leave to his opponent, Stephen Mugeni Wasike, to file fresh affidavits challenging the petition. Mbale resident judge,

Poll petition MBALE — Former Samia Bugwe (North) MP Aggrey Awori suffered a set-back in his election petition after court granted leave to his opponent, Stephen Mugeni Wasike, to file fresh affidavits challenging the petition. Mbale resident judge,

Poll petition MBALE — Former Samia Bugwe (North) MP Aggrey Awori suffered a set-back in his election petition after court granted leave to his opponent, Stephen Mugeni Wasike, to file fresh affidavits challenging the petition. Mbale resident judge, Justice John Bosco Katutsi said the parties needed to obtain full knowledge of the facts before the trial. Awori is seeking nullification of Mugeni’s election results on grounds that the latter is not qualified to hold a public office.

PM to visit KAMPALA — China’s Prime Minister Wen Jiabao is expected to visit Uganda next week on a tour of Africa that will take him to six other countries. Wen, who will be here for one day on 23, will be winding up a trip that starts in Egypt today, through to Ghana, Congo Republic, South Africa, Angola and Tanzania.

Rebels killed GULU — The army has killed three LRA rebels in southern Sudan. The northern regional UPDF spokesman, Lt. Chris Magezi, told reporters on Wednesday that the group of about 20 rebels was attacked east of Bilinyang. “We captured one rebel, recovered three guns, four full and four empty magazines from the rebels,” he said.

Hearing set KAMPALA — The High Court yesterday set Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to hear a case against Dr. Aggrey Kiyingi and his two co-accused Bob Mugisha and Charles Berwahano. Justice Rubby Opio will hear the case. Kiyingi is accused of murdering his wife Robinah Kiyingi Kayaga on July 11, 2005.
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