Jackie Chandiru's condition is slowly improving and her wounds are healing.
IN TODAY'S NEW VISION PAPER . . .
Lately, Ugandan singer Jackie Chandiru has been in the media owing to her battle with drug abuse. She has been at Bunamwaya Rehabilitation Centre on Entebbe Road for about one month. Her condition is slowly improving and her wounds are healing.
She talks to New Vision's Allan Gumizamu about her addiction and the road to recovery at a rehabilitation centre. Read her story on page 42 in today's New Vision.
HAEMOPHILIA: WOMEN CARRY IT, ONLY MEN EXPERIENCE IT
Meanwhile, also in today's Verve pullout in the New Vision, the main topic of discussion is on a conditiion which makes sufferers, usually male, bleed for a long time. A medical laboratory technician at the Uganda Malaria Research Centre under the Ministry of Health tells New Vision about living with the condition. Find details on this on pages 40 and 41.
And, why have Ugandans abandoned the good spirit of volunteerism? That's the question Odrek Rwabwogo, a farmer and entrepreneur, is writing about in the commentary section today. Interested in reading his views on this? Check today's New Vision paper. You can also find a digital copy of the paper HERE.
And for you sports lovers, you are covered too. Beyond what we have here on the website, today's New Vision sport pages have a splash of sporting activity from around and beyond the country.
As you flip through the back pages, you will be sure to read about how rugby side Heathens had to win to keep their hopes of defending the Nile Special Premier rugby league title alive. But, did they?
And in athletics, Uganda's very own, Moses Kipsiro, finished 14th on his marathon debut. Where was this? Who beat him? Find this and much more in today's New Vision. CLICK HERE.