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By Vision Reporter

Added 10th December 2003 03:00 AM

Woman jailed
JINJA - Grade one magistrate Sylvia Nabaggala recently sentenced Kevina Kyobanakyo to six months in Kirinya prison for stealing two weighing scales and 12 weighing stones.

Woman jailed
JINJA - Grade one magistrate Sylvia Nabaggala recently sentenced Kevina Kyobanakyo to six months in Kirinya prison for stealing two weighing scales and 12 weighing stones.

Woman jailed
JINJA - Grade one magistrate Sylvia Nabaggala recently sentenced Kevina Kyobanakyo to six months in Kirinya prison for stealing two weighing scales and 12 weighing stones. Kyobanakyo was convicted on her own plea. The stolen items belonged to her employer Rehema Namugaya.

Asian fined
JINJA - Court has fined an Asian sh150,000 or face a custodial sentence of one month in default for assaulting his employee. Patel Boloph attacked and kicked Yusuf Kawulo at a building site on Lubas Road. grade One magistrate Sylvia Nabaggala recently described the action of the accused person as cruelty that could not go unpunished.

Thief jailed
JINJA - Grade one magistrate Sylvia Nabaggala has sentenced a 35-year-old man to four months for stealing fresh cassava worth sh35000. Moses Kyiganyira recently confessed before court that on November 21 at Masese 1 village, stole fresh cassava in two separate incidents.

Cyclist killed
JINJA - The district officer-in-charge of traffic, Daniel Zeba, said a truck driver knocked dead a pedal cyclist recently. Emmanuel Lukwago allegedly killed Ezekel Mulondo along Zikusooka way. Lukwago survived being lynched by a mob after local authorities whisked him away to the Police.

3 charged
JINJA - Three men were recently charged with making excessive noise at night. Joseph Mukasa, Joseph Saali and Godfrey Lubega on the night of November 29 at Plot 13 (A) Main Street allegedly played loud music on their audio system. This allegedly inconvenienced their neighbours.

'Be leaders'
BUGIRI - A Bundibugyo delegation has urged Bugiri veteran associations to be leaders of preaching the gospel of amnesty and conflict prevention. The delegation was recently in the district to exchange views on war and armed conflict.
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