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Corridors of power

By Vision Reporter

Added 10th September 2009 03:00 AM

They said it:
“I do not belong to the class of Sudhir and the media should stop speculating. You are placing me with the bourgeoisie. If The Red Pepper keeps putting me with people I am not part of, then something will be done,” senior pre

They said it:
“I do not belong to the class of Sudhir and the media should stop speculating. You are placing me with the bourgeoisie. If The Red Pepper keeps putting me with people I am not part of, then something will be done,” senior pre

They said it:
“I do not belong to the class of Sudhir and the media should stop speculating. You are placing me with the bourgeoisie. If The Red Pepper keeps putting me with people I am not part of, then something will be done,” senior presidential adviser on defence Gen. Caleb Akandwanaho, dismissing media reports that he is among the wealthiest men in the country.

“This is the passport. It’s this little document I have been waiting for for 23 years. When I walked through the airport to come to Uganda, I did not have this. I was still a Ugandan citizen (by birth), a basis upon which I was admitted here,” former UN diplomat Olara Otunnu speaking after getting a new Ugandan passport on Monday.

“We realise the devotion of Muslims in Jinja this holy month of Ramadhan and we encourage it. However, the public has complained about the excessive blaring of loud speakers during prayers,” Jinja municipal council warning Muslims against excessive noise from mosques during prayers.

“When you drink alcohol, you are violating the temple of the Lord. Your body should not become an incubator for AIDS because it will cease to be God’s temple. I am 65, but when you bring football here, you cannot leave me behind because I have not wasted my body.” President Museveni said while commissioning students of Ndejje University after a three-week cadre course recently.

“Let the civil servants park all government vehicles at Amuru Police Station and return to Gulu if they want. We are not against their movement to Gulu, but they should ensure that by 8:30am, they are in office,” Gilbert Olanya, Amuru sub-county councillor, explaining after the youth in Amuru demonstrated against civil servants, who commute to Gulu every day.

Corridors of power

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