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CORRIDORS OF POWER

By Vision Reporter

Added 7th August 2007 03:00 AM

They said it:
“The demarcation of the border is being handled at the ministerial level. If our soldiers overstepped into your waters, it would be unfortunate. But the joint verification team should have verified that violation,” Brig. Hudson Ndugwa, during the handover of the four UPDF sold

They said it:
“The demarcation of the border is being handled at the ministerial level. If our soldiers overstepped into your waters, it would be unfortunate. But the joint verification team should have verified that violation,” Brig. Hudson Ndugwa, during the handover of the four UPDF sold

They said it:
“The demarcation of the border is being handled at the ministerial level. If our soldiers overstepped into your waters, it would be unfortunate. But the joint verification team should have verified that violation,” Brig. Hudson Ndugwa, during the handover of the four UPDF soldiers who had been captured by Congolese army.

“I am too busy to do accountability. Once I requisition the money, my driver, personal assistant, or any other person in my office does the accountability. I have a lot to attend to. But what I know is that the money was spent for its intended purpose,” Kampala central division chairman, Godfrey Nyakaana answering the committee probing Kampala divisions financial affairs.

“We have decided that Betty Nambooze (DP’s spokesperson) should report the matter to the commissioner of crime. Short of that, she should shut up and stop tainting the image of the Police force,” Police spokesperson, Asan Kasingye, reacting to Nambooze’s claims that she was given a poisonous injection while in prison in Mukono.

“Sometimes our hands are tied due to the gaps in the law. But we are proposing some amendments that human rights are fully respected,” Hilda Akabwai, the Uganda Association of Women Lawyers (FIDA’s) head of advocacy commenting on women who demand sex from their freshly circumcised partners.

“The Electoral Commission as an institution is not partisan and in many cases we have proved this. Although some of our presiding officers are responsible for some messes, the candidates in many cases mess up elections,” Sister Margaret Magoba appearing before the committee on legal and parliamentary affairs on Monday.

“I am a professor and a scholar, but I wonder where they got the knowledge that the counties can sustain a district status once granted,” disaster preparedness minister Tarsis Kabwegyere, rapping the former Bushenyi LC5 chairman, Yowasi Makaru for encouraging the split of the district into four sub-districts.

CORRIDORS OF POWER

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