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Luweero now online
LUWEERO-The district administration has launched a website, www.luweero.go.ug, for the effective dissemination of information about the area. The district planner, Mukasa Tebuseeke, revealed this on Friday during a meetin
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Luweero now online
LUWEERO-The district administration has launched a website, www.luweero.go.ug, for the effective dissemination of information about the area. The district planner, Mukasa Tebuseeke, revealed this on Friday during a meeting at which the council passed a sh16b budget for the financial year 2007/08. The secretary for finance, Stephen Sempa, noted that sh166m would be raised through local revenue collections. The Government and donors are expected to contribute sh13.4b. Sempa told the council that sh11.18b will be used to pay wages and salaries for the district staff.

Lions clubs aid 6,000

KAMPALA-The Lions clubs have helped over 6,000 people to regain their sight through financing their medical bills. The outgoing president of the Lions Club of Kampala North, John Bosco Ntangaare, on Friday revealed that $288,000 (over sh480m) had been spent on operating on cataract patients. “We have been doing this through the eye camps organised throughout the country,” Ntangaare said.

Buyamba boosted

RAKAI-Residents of Buyamba in Dwaniro sub-county have received 2,000 mosquito nets, hospital equipment worth sh12m and 30 Boer goats from a German national, Helmut Wegner. He also donated a solar system to Buyamba health centre.

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