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By Vision Reporter

Added 27th November 2003 03:00 AM

Nambooze denied bail
KAMPALA — The High Court has denied Mukono law officer Betty Nambooze bail on grounds that her sureties are not substantial.

Nambooze denied bail
KAMPALA — The High Court has denied Mukono law officer Betty Nambooze bail on grounds that her sureties are not substantial.

Nambooze denied bail
KAMPALA — The High Court has denied Mukono law officer Betty Nambooze bail on grounds that her sureties are not substantial. Assistant Registrar P.P. Okello, reading a ruling on behalf of Justice Gideon Tinyinondi, said on Monday Nambooze did not tell court the relationship she shared with the three sureties. He said she did not state the financial status of the three sureties.

Four LRA rebels killed
KITGUM — At least four rebels of the Lords Resistance Army were killed by the UPDF in a fierce battle at Abam in Palabek-Kol Lamwo county on Wednesday. UPDF spokesman in the north Lt. Paddy Ankuda in a statement dated November 26 said, “Today at 11.00 am the UPDF attacked a group of LRA rebels where by four rebels including their Commander Okoli died”.

3 held on trader death
KAMPALA — Three men have been arrested in connection with the Tuesday hacking to death of a businessman in a city suburb as investigations into the murder continue. Police yesterday said details emerging following the arrests suggested that Fred Gubi who was killed in Kamuli zone, Namugongo, could have been murdered by close associates.

Mao to buy Taban ticket
GULU — Municipality MP Norbert Mao on Wednesday pledged an air ticket for Taban Amin to travel and meet the leader of the LRA Joseph Kony in Sudan. “Anything that can lead to peace in northern Uganda, to me is not a problem,” Mao told residents of the area.

World Bank man robbed
BUSHENYI — Three people arrested in connection with theft of property belonging to Walter Mahler, the Worl Bank country representative, have been remanded. They appeared in court on wednesday and denied the offences. They are casual workers.
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