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Added 2nd July 2009 03:00 AM

Lions urged to help govt
BUSIA - The deputy governor of the Lions Club district 411B has appealed to all clubs to engage in activities that will supplement the Government’s effort in helping vulnerable people.

Lions urged to help govt
BUSIA - The deputy governor of the Lions Club district 411B has appealed to all clubs to engage in activities that will supplement the Government’s effort in helping vulnerable people.

Lions urged to help govt
BUSIA - The deputy governor of the Lions Club district 411B has appealed to all clubs to engage in activities that will supplement the Government’s effort in helping vulnerable people. Wilson Tumwine, who is also the mayor Mbarara municipality, encouraged the clubs to set tangible projects that can reduce poverty among the most vulnerable people. Tumwine was recently speaking at the induction of new members of the lions club of Busia. He noted that the eastern region was becoming a desert and appealed to the clubs in the region to set up nursery beds where residents can get tree seedlings to plant to protect the environment.
Harold Wejuli, the Busia town clerk, was inducted as the new Lions president for Busia, replacing Wilson Onyango.

Two students shot in strike
KABERAMAIDO - Two students sustained bullet wounds during a demonstration over lack of supper on Monday. Mary Akello, 17 and Lillian Alawo, 15, were shot in legs at Kameramaido Comprehensive Secondary School. The mid-eastern Police chief, Alison Agaba, said when the students turned rowdy, the head teacher requested the Police at Otuboi trading centre to intervene. The officer who shot the girls was arrested.

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