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It's a slightly wet Wednesday morning in Kampala and when you glance at today's dailies, the New Vision paper leads with a story on the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) and also with a picture of President Museveni meeting with Rwenzururu king, Charles Wesley Mumbere.
Geraldine Ssali, the deputy NSSF managing director who was recently suspended by the Fund's board, has petitioned court to order her supervivors to pay over sh1b fine and compensation for alleged contempt of court.
You will also find a story on the Uganda Cancer Institute using alternative treatment to manage cancer patients following the breakdown of the radiotherapy machine.
Meanwhile, President Museveni is also calling on Ugandans to preserve and grow the wealth of the deceased.
In the commentary section, Sam Alaki, who lives in London, pens reasons why Buganda Kingdom is considered Uganda's eternal benefactor . . .
Do you smell the morning coffee? Well, Rakai does, again. We're talking coffee this week in your favorite farming pull-out: Harvest Money . . .
And to you sports lovers, there's a whole cocktail of news, both local and international, for you to munch away on as you get about your day. From what Prisons netball team winning the East Africa Netball Championship means, to how the Kabaka Birthday's Run has grown rapidly.
There is also something for you lot who love the European football nights. Remember which teams are facing off in tonight's Champions League? I bet you do, but then, it's all in the back pages of today's New Vision paper.
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