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Visa scheme launched

KAMPALA-The British High Commission has launched a scheme to fast-track the processing of visas for Ugandans who studied in the UK and wish to travel there. The scheme will benefit members of the Uganda British Alumni Association (UBAA) who are least likely to be

Visa scheme launched

KAMPALA-The British High Commission has launched a scheme to fast-track the processing of visas for Ugandans who studied in the UK and wish to travel there. The scheme will benefit members of the Uganda British Alumni Association (UBAA) who are least likely to be

Visa scheme launched

KAMPALA-The British High Commission has launched a scheme to fast-track the processing of visas for Ugandans who studied in the UK and wish to travel there. The scheme will benefit members of the Uganda British Alumni Association (UBAA) who are least likely to become illegal migrants in the UK. The association brings together Ugandans who studied in the UK and British citizens that studied in Uganda. It has over 700 members. The scheme was launched last week by Kingsley Magee, the commission’s entrance clearance manager.



Councillor to refund money

SEMBABULE-Isha Ntumwa, a district councillor, has been asked to refund the sh850,000 he irregularly received in form of allowances. Dennis Ssebugwawo, the district speaker, said Ntumwa allegedly signed for the allowances claiming to have attended council meetings.


Clean homes rewarded

WAKISO-The district has rewarded the cleanest households in the area. Handing over certificates, bicycles and water tanks worth 10m to over 10 residents at Namulanda market on Tuesday, the district chairman, Ian Kyeyune, said this was aimed at fighting hygiene-related diseases.

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