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CORRIDORS OF POWER

By Vision Reporter

Added 20th March 2007 03:00 AM

They said it:

“I told him that I am ready to die in Kamuli where my ancestral burial grounds are,” FDC vice-president and Kamuli LC5 candidate, Salaamu Musumba.

They said it:

“I told him that I am ready to die in Kamuli where my ancestral burial grounds are,” FDC vice-president and Kamuli LC5 candidate, Salaamu Musumba.

They said it:

“I told him that I am ready to die in Kamuli where my ancestral burial grounds are,” FDC vice-president and Kamuli LC5 candidate, Salaamu Musumba.

“We should build capacity to change regimes but it should be done politically and not the other way,” former Army Commander and FDC National Mobiliser Major General Mugisha Muntu, asking elites to ensure they build institutions for change.

“You are talking of human beings with two legs, two hands and emotions. Apart from being famous, we have the strength within this team to match them. I have faced Essien and Appiah,” Uganda Cranes football team midfielder Noah Kasule, on the impending match against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.

“I urge you to take over 60 percent of leadership positions in UPC,” UPC president, Miria Obote, calling upon the youth to take a more active role in running the party.

“Our ancestors used to slaughter a chicken or a goat. Our lawyers, in walking around the court, are engaged in this act,” president of the Uganda Law Society, Oscar Kihika, after lawyers walked around the High Court, sprinkling water.

“We brought him and wrapped his head in plasters. Within 60 days, he began eating and we stopped feeding him through the stomach,” Uganda Wildlife Centre animal keeper, Julius Abigaba, about a giant python that they saved from a mob.

“The nurses, upon waking up in the morning would feel that they had slept with a man. For the men, the feeling was of fatigue, like they had spent the night wrestling. We had to take them away,” Nakasongola LC5 secretary for health, Dungu Kimeze, after “spirits” allegedly raped nurses at a health centre.

“The driver might have dosed off and gone off the road due to lack of sleep,” traffic officer George Amanzuru, after a trailer crashed into a house, killing five people.

CORRIDORS OF POWER

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