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Disaster officers set
By Daniel Edyegu
The Prime Minister’s Office plans to establish a disaster management office in each region, an official has revealed.
Shem Mwesigwa, the resident resettlement officer, said the new arrangement is to ease coordination between districts and the ce

Disaster officers set
By Daniel Edyegu
The Prime Minister’s Office plans to establish a disaster management office in each region, an official has revealed.
Shem Mwesigwa, the resident resettlement officer, said the new arrangement is to ease coordination between districts and the ce

Disaster officers set
By Daniel Edyegu
The Prime Minister’s Office plans to establish a disaster management office in each region, an official has revealed.
Shem Mwesigwa, the resident resettlement officer, said the new arrangement is to ease coordination between districts and the central government.
He said the current structure — in which chief administrative and probation officers act as disaster representatives in districts — leaves a lot to be desired.

Kapchorwa demands
By Rashid Muzungyo
Kapchorwa town council chairman George Toskin on Wednesday demanded that President Yoweri Museveni fulfil his presidential pledge to tarmac roads in appreciation of the overwhelming votes he got from the region.
“We have been strong supporters of his government and deserve to benefit from the national cake.”
He said the president made the pledge during a meeting with district leaders at his country home in Rwakitura last year.

3 committed to High Court
JINJA
Three people believed to have murdered a 45-year-old man have been committed to the High Court. Christopher Buleke, Richard Kambugu and Joseph Katongole reportedly stabbed James Sande to death on November 3 at Namagera in Butagaya sub-county. They were arrested after Police sniffer dogs helped detectives recover the sharp, blood-stained objects and clothes used in the murder.

Eastern region scribes award
JINJA
The Busoga Media Advocacy Association is to honour regional journalists who excelled in 2006. The association chairman, Moses Lwochaza, on Saturday announced that the award ceremony would be held soon. He said they aim at encouraging journalists to work hard and improve their skills. Prizes to be given out include television sets, bicycles and radio/cassette players as well as reading and writing materials.

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