How is Besigye coping behind bars? The Government will build communal grain stores in 10 districts. Which districts will benefit?
Can't wait to get a hold your copy of the New Vision? Well, here's what you'll find in Friday's copy . . .
IN TOP NEWS
- Kadaga and Oulanyah win back their speakers' seats in Parliament.
- Kadaga returned unopposed but Oulanyah had to battle it out with Mohammad Nsereko.
- Find out how Oulanyah beat Nsereko hands down.
- Museveni cautions NRM on the implications of multiparty democracy after Nsereko insisted on standing against Oulanyah. He also warns Parliament on incessant demands for money. New Vision has what he said about each issue.
Miss reading about these events and miss out a very important part of history.
AND IN OTHER NEWS . . .
- Tobacco smoking kills 13,000 Ugandans every year. Get the scaring reality in the New Vision and how the deaths are distributed among age-groups and regions.
- Sudan president Omar al Bashir has applied for a US visa to attend a UN meeting. Doesn't he risk arrest? Does he have to attend, anyway? We bring you the reasons for Bashir's daring move.
- Catholics, Anglicans will hold a joint the Martyrs' Walk this Sunday. Do not miss it. Find out how to join.
- Besigye is not getting any special treatment at Luzira Prison, the Prisons authorities have said. So how is he coping at Luzira? Read the New Vision to get the full story.
- Charges against 26 opposition demonstrators are defective, their lawyers have said. We have the lawyers' details on what is wrong with the charges.
- The Government will build communal grain stores in 10 districts. Find out which districts will benefit and how the stores will be used.
WHAT ABOUT IN KYENJOJO?
- The district Police is under investigation over the mismanagement of a case involving the murder of a mobile money agent. Police boss Kale Kayihura (pictured above) ordered the probe. Is this yet another case where Police officers connive with criminals to commit crime and reap the benefits? Find out in the New Vision.
- The new Anglican Central Busoga Diocese says it needs sh300m to consecrate its bishop. But what exactly is this huge amount of money going to do? Grab yourself New Vision copy and get the details.