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VP visits Orthodox
KAMPALA — The Vice-President, Prof. Gilbert Bukenya, has urged Christians to emulate the Orthodox Church in dissolving differences among them.

VP visits Orthodox
KAMPALA — The Vice-President, Prof. Gilbert Bukenya, has urged Christians to emulate the Orthodox Church in dissolving differences among them.

VP visits Orthodox
KAMPALA — The Vice-President, Prof. Gilbert Bukenya, has urged Christians to emulate the Orthodox Church in dissolving differences among them. “You cannot find conflicts among the Orthodox. This is because they are calm people,” Bukenya said on his first visit to the Orthodox Church at Namungoona recently.

Nsibambi returns
KAMPALA — Premier Prof. Apolo Nsibambi returned on Monday from a UN-sponsored information technology summit in Geneva. A statement said Nsibambi told the summit that Africa had unexploited investment fields.

Rugunda warns cops
JINJA — The Minister of Internal Affairs, Ruhakana Rugunda, has said harassing suspects manifests violation of human rights. He was on Monday addressing detectives of Jinja Central Police Station at the Recreation Hall in Jinja Police barracks.

More join economics
KAMPALA — There has been a high supply of economists in the country, a Ministry of Education commissioner, George Opiro, said yesterday. Opiro was at the launch of the ministry’s Career Guidance and Counselling Programme.

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