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By Vision Reporter

Added 16th September 2003 03:00 AM

Animals rounded up
MALABA – Local authorities on Monday rounded up 60 cows, 15 goats and several pigs, which were destroying trees in the town. The LC2 chairman, Albino Otabong, said the council had resolved that owners of animals found loitering in the town be fined sh50,000 for each

Animals rounded up
MALABA – Local authorities on Monday rounded up 60 cows, 15 goats and several pigs, which were destroying trees in the town. The LC2 chairman, Albino Otabong, said the council had resolved that owners of animals found loitering in the town be fined sh50,000 for each

Animals rounded up
MALABA – Local authorities on Monday rounded up 60 cows, 15 goats and several pigs, which were destroying trees in the town. The LC2 chairman, Albino Otabong, said the council had resolved that owners of animals found loitering in the town be fined sh50,000 for each cow, sh10,000 per goat and sh30, 000 per pig. The early morning operation by LCs was sparked off by the destruction of more than 800 seedlings donated to the town by Tororo Diocese. The animals also littered Malaba Police station and the immigration offices with dung, residents said.

Young fish impounded
MASAKA – The Special Revenue Protection Services (SPRS) recently impounded four tones of immature fish worth about sh5m. The fish was distributed to the UPDF Armored Brigade, the Police and Prisons in the district on orders of the Resident District Commissioner, Protazio Tugurihwayo. The regional SPRS in-charge, Lt. Matsiko, said the fish was from Kalangala.

Healers off to Kenya
KAMPALA – More than 40 traditional healers have left for a two-week international Aids conference in Nairobi. Their chairman, Ben Ggulu yesterday said they will share experiences on the treatment of HIV/AIDS. “We shall discuss the possible ways of controlling AIDS, using traditional herbs and medicines,” Ggulu said.

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