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By Vision Reporter

Added 27th April 2006 03:00 AM

Police meet
KAMPALA — The Police on Monday met leaders of three Pentecostal churches over the noise their congregations make at night. Old Kampala Police chief Charles Ssembabu-lide met Ponsiano Rwaka-tare of Kampala Full Gospel, Darlinton Wamala of Real Church and Paul Mukisa of Harvest for C

Police meet
KAMPALA — The Police on Monday met leaders of three Pentecostal churches over the noise their congregations make at night. Old Kampala Police chief Charles Ssembabu-lide met Ponsiano Rwaka-tare of Kampala Full Gospel, Darlinton Wamala of Real Church and Paul Mukisa of Harvest for C

Police meet
KAMPALA — The Police on Monday met leaders of three Pentecostal churches over the noise their congregations make at night. Old Kampala Police chief Charles Ssembabu-lide met Ponsiano Rwaka-tare of Kampala Full Gospel, Darlinton Wamala of Real Church and Paul Mukisa of Harvest for Christ, following complaints by residents.

Cholera hits
KIBAALE — District director of health services Dr. Dan Kyamanywa has confirmed an acute cholera outbreak on landing sites on Lake Albert. “Stool samples taken to Wandegeya public laboratory tested positive for cholera,” he told journalists on Tuesday.

Man detained
KAMPALA — A man suspected of murdering three women, including a senior six student of Makerere College School was yesterday further remanded in Luzira Prison until May 8. Baker Walusimbi of Upper Konge, was remanded pending investigations.

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