KAMPALA â€” Presidents Yoweri Museveni and host George Bush of the US are set for talks today in Washington D.C.
KAMPALA â€” Presidents Yoweri Museveni and host George Bush of the US are set for talks today in Washington D.C. Museveni is in the US for a four-day state visit. White House spokesperson Ari Fleischer said Museveni and Bush are to discuss the war against terrorism. Bush and US NGOs are due to honour Museveni for the struggle against HIV/AIDS and free trade advocacy.
Project for prostitutes
KAMPALA â€” The City Council authorities (KCC) is to set up a vocational project to redeem prostitutes in the city. Mayor Ssebaana Kizito said KCCâ€™s concern was raised because students and young girls are involved. Ssebaana said on Saturday that KCC would set aside some money in the 2003/04 financial year for training the prostitutes.
Soldiersâ€™ cows stolen
MOROTO â€” A total of 12 head of cattle were stolen from the UPDF 3rd Division headquarters on Saturday. The cows belonging to UPDF officers were driven away in the night. The UPDF 3rd Division commander, Col. Andrew Gutti, said the soldiers bought the cows and were kept in the barracks. Gutti said Karimojong LDUs within the barracks could have stolen the cows.
Cop wants outside trial
KAMPALA â€” Cate Amoit, the woman Police officer accused of selling her gun, wants to be tried outside detention. She was in charge of Kira Road Police Station armoury. Sgt. Lukwago Mugerwa, on Friday asked the Military General Court Martial sitting at Makindye Military Barracks to grant Amoit bail, saying she had overstayed on remand, yet the state is not producing witnesses.