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By Vision Reporter

Added 25th July 2003 03:00 AM

KCC warns of impostor
KAMPALA — Kampala City Council has warned private primary schools of an impostor issuing Ministry of Education licences. The impostor, a member of the Private Primary Schools Association, has so far issued over 100 licences.

KCC warns of impostor
KAMPALA — Kampala City Council has warned private primary schools of an impostor issuing Ministry of Education licences. The impostor, a member of the Private Primary Schools Association, has so far issued over 100 licences.

KCC warns of impostor
KAMPALA — Kampala City Council has warned private primary schools of an impostor issuing Ministry of Education licences. The impostor, a member of the Private Primary Schools Association, has so far issued over 100 licences. City secretary for education, Florence Nkalubo, recently said the impostor started issuing licences when KCC was closing unlicensed schools.

Refugees increase
KASESE — As the UN peacekeepers, MONUC, step up more humanitarian operations in the troubled DR Congo Ituri region, 100 more refugees have fled to Uganda through Kasese. This brings to more than 1,500 the number of refugees that have entered Uganda recently. Nearly 1,000 refugees have fled to Bundibugyo, Kampala and Arua.

Police urged on juveniles
WAKISO — Nabweru Grade Two Magistrate, Robert Imalingat, recently expressed concern over sending people aged above 16 years to Naguru Remand Home. He appealed to the Police to ascertain the children’s age before remanding them. “The Police should put up a systematic way of establishing juveniles’ ages by asking for birth certificates,” he said.

Man jailed over surgery
HOIMA — Masindi Chief Magistrate Roy Byaruhanga has sentenced a Congolese to five years in prison for carrying out illegal surgery. Okello Choru allegedly operated Sarah Dochu using razor blades and a pair of scissors. Okello persuaded the Dochu, who developed complications, to pay sh40,000. She later died.

Garbage warning
KAMPALA — The City Council (KCC) plans to close all business premises without trash cans, Kawempe division clerk John Gateni has said. He recently said most shops in Kawempe lacked dustbins as requested under KCC’s Solid Waste management ordinance.
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