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By Vision Reporter

Added 10th July 2008 03:00 AM

High school owner killed
Jinja
Unidentified thugs killed the director of Armoret High School in Njeru town in Mukono district and dumped his body outside the school gate. Armstrong Matovu, 52, is suspected to have been strangled at about 10:30pm on Monday.

High school owner killed
Jinja
Unidentified thugs killed the director of Armoret High School in Njeru town in Mukono district and dumped his body outside the school gate. Armstrong Matovu, 52, is suspected to have been strangled at about 10:30pm on Monday.

High school owner killed
Jinja
Unidentified thugs killed the director of Armoret High School in Njeru town in Mukono district and dumped his body outside the school gate. Armstrong Matovu, 52, is suspected to have been strangled at about 10:30pm on Monday. Jinja Police crime chief Fred Eriku said the deceased left his home in the school compound at around 10:00pm to go and silence students who were making noise during prep time. Moments later, Matovu moved out of the school compound and locked the gate behind him. He was not seen again until the following morning when the body was found outside.

Top vet bans meat sales
Mukono
Following the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease, the district veterinary officer has banned the sale of meat in three sub-counties. These are Njeru town, Nyenga and Nakisunga that border Jinja district, where the epidemic broke out last month. Dr Herbert Mutumba also stopped the movement of cattle in and out of the sub-counties. “We have embarked on massive vaccination to curb the disease before it spreads to other areas,” he said.

Grand fete at Kitovu College
Masaka
Hundreds of St. Henry’s College Kitovu old boys are expected at the school on Sunday for the Patron Saint’s Day celebrations. Speaker of Parliament Edward Ssekandi is among the high-profile old boys. Over 30 students will also be confirmed in the Catholic faith by the chief guest, Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa, of Masaka diocese. The headmaster, Brother Brian Matsiko, said bishop Kaggwa would also break the ground for a storeyed computer building to cost over sh400m.

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