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Celtel rewards MUK students

By Vision Reporter

Added 11th June 2007 03:00 AM

KAMPALA-Celtel has given $500 (sh850,000) to Makerere University (MUK) students for participating in the Celtel Africa Challenge quiz. The team comprised Colin Asiimwe, Lynn Turyatemba, Rachel Kunihira and Joseph Opio.

KAMPALA-Celtel has given $500 (sh850,000) to Makerere University (MUK) students for participating in the Celtel Africa Challenge quiz. The team comprised Colin Asiimwe, Lynn Turyatemba, Rachel Kunihira and Joseph Opio.

KAMPALA-Celtel has given $500 (sh850,000) to Makerere University (MUK) students for participating in the Celtel Africa Challenge quiz. The team comprised Colin Asiimwe, Lynn Turyatemba, Rachel Kunihira and Joseph Opio. Celtel’s public relations officer Justina Ntabgoba handed over the money. The programme, which has 16 participating universities in East Africa, has been running for the last 15 weeks.

utl gives out sh60m

KAMPALA-Uganda telecom (utl) has donated sh60m airtime to phone booth operators. “Six thousand telephone booth operators countrywide have been given free airtime as part of a promotion,” Robert Semakula, the company’s distribution manager, said.

Ethiopia urged to diversify

KAMPALA-Trade between Uganda and Ethiopia can grow if both countries diversify products, the Ethiopian embassy’s consulate, Amdemichael Tekle, has advised. “Trade between the two countries is small because we almost produce similar products for export like coffee, hides and skins. This does not mean that we can’t trade at all,” he said.

Celtel rewards MUK students

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