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By Vision Reporter

Added 26th May 2003 03:00 AM

RA blasts
KAMPALA – The Reform Agenda (RA) yesterday dismissed last week's Cabinet reshuffle, saying the new faces have no credibility.

RA blasts
KAMPALA – The Reform Agenda (RA) yesterday dismissed last week's Cabinet reshuffle, saying the new faces have no credibility.

RA blasts
KAMPALA – The Reform Agenda (RA) yesterday dismissed last week's Cabinet reshuffle, saying the new faces have no credibility. RA secretary general Reagan Okumu told reporters that the reshuffle resulted into the demise of credible people and the coming on board of failures. President Yoweri Museveni last week dropped Bidandi Ssali, Eriya Kategaya and Miria Matembe from the Cabinet.

Funds raised
PALLISA – MPs at the weekend fundraised over sh3m for self-help projects for the district. The fundraising function convened by the district MP, Louis Opange, attracted over 30 MPs including state minister for primary health care Beatrice Wabudeya. The function was held at Pallisa Community Primary School.

MPs rapped
BUNDIBUGYO – District speaker Gideon Aheebwa has attacked area MPs for allegedly dodging council sessions. He challenged them to prove that they represent district views in parliament. The district is represented by Jane Alisemera (Woman MP), Rogers Matte (Ntoroko county) and state minister for mineral development, Dr. Kamanda Bataringaya (Bwamba county).

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