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By Vision Reporter

Added 18th June 2003 03:00 AM

New staff
KAMPALA — Uganda Prisons Service has recruited 555 personnel.

New staff
KAMPALA — Uganda Prisons Service has recruited 555 personnel.

New staff
KAMPALA — Uganda Prisons Service has recruited 555 personnel. The recruits, who sat for interviews last year, report to the Prisons Training School in Luzira on July 11. assistant commissioner in-charge of training Moses Kakungulu yesterday said each district was allotted eight places.

Buses okay
KAMPALA — The Uganda Taxi Operators and Drivers Association (UTODA) has said it is not shaken by the planned urban bus service for the city. UTODA national chairman John Ndyomugyenyi yesterday said while his agency welcomed the new service, it would not solve the problem of traffic congestion.

Police find
MBARARA — The Police have recovered a white Toyota Prado Landcruiser with the original Reg. No. 395 UEE, stolen in Kampala on August 14 1998. The district police boss, Wilson Kwanya, told journalists yesterday that the vehicle which has a Rwandan number, RR 97.97.C was recovered on Friday at a petrol station.

Hema cross
BUNDIBUGYO — At least 150 Hema refugees crossed into the district following a weekend attack by Lendu militias on their village on the shores of Lake Albert in the DR Congo. Valentino Basimaki, a Hema, said militias armed with pangas and rifles attacked Butalinga village, hacked 18 people and cut several others.

Kazibwe debt
KAMPALA — Eng. Charles Kazibwe husband of the former vice-president, has been given more time to clear a sh10m debt. He was yesterday supposed to appear before the Commercial Court to show cause why he should not be arrested.
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