â€œTHE 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.â€
â€œTHE 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,â€ Anti-Corruption Court judge John Bosco Katutsi sentencing Mbarara Grade Two Magistrate Moses Ndifuna to two years in jail for corruption.
â€œMutabaazi 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,â€ Chairman of the Parliament Public Accounts Committee Nandala Mafabi, about the head of the Broadcasting Council, Godfrey Mutabaaziâ€™s unclear involvement in CHOGM funds.
â€œSo anyone who says they have been sent by the President, chairman or Secretary General, dismiss them right away,â€ NRM Secretary General Amama Mbabazi criticising Major Roland Kakooza Mutaleâ€™s visit to Teso, which was not sanctioned by the party.
â€œThe word â€˜divorceâ€™ 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,â€ Gulu Woman MP Betty Aol, about the Marriage Bill that is before Parliament.
â€œThe 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,â€ President Yoweri Museveni receiving the World Cup trophy at State House Nakasero on Sunday.
â€œHis shortcomings not withstanding, he was a man with a large heart. He was generous and gave to all,â€ Phoebe Kazini, widow to late Major General James Kazini, about her late husband.
â€œHe was better than hypocrites. At least for him, he would be drunk on alcohol, rather than hypocrites who are drunk on evil,â€ President Museveni during the requiem service of fallen Major General James Kazini.
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