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Corridors of power

By Vision Reporter

Added 17th November 2009 03:00 AM

“THE accused was a serving magistrate. His actions and behaviour have brought disrespect to the noble profession, one of the oldest in history. Greed must be punished.”

“THE accused was a serving magistrate. His actions and behaviour have brought disrespect to the noble profession, one of the oldest in history. Greed must be punished.”

They said it:

“THE accused was a serving magistrate. His actions and behaviour have brought disrespect to the noble profession, one of the oldest in history. Greed must be punished,” Anti-Corruption Court judge John Bosco Katutsi sentencing Mbarara Grade Two Magistrate Moses Ndifuna to two years in jail for corruption.

“Mutabaazi continued authorising payment for the Office of the Prime Minister where he is not a staff. The contract was addressed to him, yet he was not a contracting officer,” Chairman of the Parliament Public Accounts Committee Nandala Mafabi, about the head of the Broadcasting Council, Godfrey Mutabaazi’s unclear involvement in CHOGM funds.

“So anyone who says they have been sent by the President, chairman or Secretary General, dismiss them right away,” NRM Secretary General Amama Mbabazi criticising Major Roland Kakooza Mutale’s visit to Teso, which was not sanctioned by the party.

“The word ‘divorce’ is negative. My people have been asking me why we are making a law to separate families. I suggest that we make it more acceptable,” Gulu Woman MP Betty Aol, about the Marriage Bill that is before Parliament.

“The trophy epitomises football efforts in the whole world. I used to play football and it is very healthy. It is a good lure to burn fat. The ball that is chased is a bait that makes you exercise. If you run without aiming at something, you do not run too much,” President Yoweri Museveni receiving the World Cup trophy at State House Nakasero on Sunday.

“His shortcomings not withstanding, he was a man with a large heart. He was generous and gave to all,” Phoebe Kazini, widow to late Major General James Kazini, about her late husband.

“He was better than hypocrites. At least for him, he would be drunk on alcohol, rather than hypocrites who are drunk on evil,” President Museveni during the requiem service of fallen Major General James Kazini.

Corridors of power

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