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Corridors of power

By Vision Reporter

Added 4th January 2009 03:00 AM

Work for wealth
Kabaka Ronald Mutebi has advised all Buganda royals to work hard and prosper if they are to be respected.“No one will respect a poor prince or princess.

Work for wealth
Kabaka Ronald Mutebi has advised all Buganda royals to work hard and prosper if they are to be respected.“No one will respect a poor prince or princess.

Work for wealth
Kabaka Ronald Mutebi has advised all Buganda royals to work hard and prosper if they are to be respected.“No one will respect a poor prince or princess. Society wants wealthy and prosperous hard working royals, not just titles,” Mutebi said during the annual get together for the royals at Bulange. He urged them to work hard and initiate development projects other than waiting for donations.

No family planning
The new Papal Nuncio to Uganda, Archbishop Paul Tschang In-Nam, will not hear any excuse for Ugandans to engage in abortion or family planning, not even poverty. Delivering his new-year homily at Rubaga Cathedral on Wednesday, the Apostolic Nuncio disputed the notion that it is population explosion that brings poverty, which he said leads people to adopt family planning methods including abortion. “We are people whom God gave brains to even go to the moon, so why can’t we fight poverty without abortion or killing young lives,” he said. He instead attributed war and turbulence among nations to rampant poverty.

Bitter Ssebaana
The DP president General John Sebaana Kizito, has no kind words for foreign investors. He says the Government is favouring foreign investorsat the expense of indigenous ones. “Most of the foreign investor’s, especially those from Bangladesh are given working permits and tax waivers, under the guise that they are professional investors. but at a close scrutiny they deal in pancakes, ice-cream and mandaazi businesses,” Sebaana said.

Corrupt ministers
Pastor Joseph Sserwadda of victory church Ndeeba, wants all government officials and ministers who are allegedly involved in corruption and abuse of offices to repent. “We, the pastors, have the power to pray for all corrupt officials and ministers. We want to have pure hearts and souls in the New Year. come out and repent openly,” Sserwadda said during the Christmas service. however to his dismay, none of the so-called corrupt officials confessed.


Corridors of power

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