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IN BRIEF

By Vision Reporter

Added 30th June 2003 03:00 AM

Kilembe to give power
KASESE — The district council recently resolved to inject US$33,000 (about sh66m) into the rural electrification project being brokered by Kilembe Investments Ltd.

Kilembe to give power
KASESE — The district council recently resolved to inject US$33,000 (about sh66m) into the rural electrification project being brokered by Kilembe Investments Ltd.

Kilembe to give power
KASESE — The district council recently resolved to inject US$33,000 (about sh66m) into the rural electrification project being brokered by Kilembe Investments Ltd. Kilembe recently announced that they were finalising a US$1,670 plan to supply power to parts of Kasese, Bushenyi and eastern DR Congo.

Lobbyists blasted
KAMPALA — State minister for ethics and integrity Tim Lwanga has said people who want prostitution legalised are promoting immorality. Speaking during a seminar on sexuality at Makerere University on Saturday, Lwanga said, “The level of morality has gone so low that there is lobbying to legalise prostitution and have prostitutes represented in Parliament. That is boosting sex as a commodity.”

Director petitions
KAMPALA — Charles Harry Twagira, the managing director of Oilseeds Ltd, on Friday asked the Commercial Court to order Katenta Apuuli and Ambrose Kagangure, his co-directors, out of the company. Twagira, the majority shareholder, said the two hold shares that they have failed to pay for, making it difficult for the company to operate.

Pastors get bicycles
KAMPALA — UK-based International Christian Youth Mission has donated bicycles worth over sh2.5m to the Bombo Road United Pastors’ Council. Receiving the bicycles on Sunday at the Lord’s Harvest Church in Bwaise, Pastor Ben Byarugaba said the donation would help to redeem the nation.

Ireland donates
MASAKA — The Irish government, through Save the Children Fund-UK, recently handed over a child and family protection unit with fully equipped cells for juvenile suspected offenders.
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IN BRIEF

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