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In the New Vision: Museveni sets tough terms for bail out

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Added 27th July 2016 08:53 AM

In the Katosi road fraud trial, a former UNRA boss, Martin Olwa, has been accused of seeking a bribe of over sh160m to approve the upgrading of the Mukono-Katosi road.

In the New Vision: Museveni sets tough terms for bail out

In the Katosi road fraud trial, a former UNRA boss, Martin Olwa, has been accused of seeking a bribe of over sh160m to approve the upgrading of the Mukono-Katosi road.

 


President Yoweri Museveni has set tough terms for bailing out struggling companies. The companies will not get help on a silver platter, so find out what the companies are supposed to do to qualify for Government assistance

Find out what President Yoweri Museveni told Muslim leaders at a meeting in Kampala yesterday. He also thanked them for fulfilling one of the five pillars of Islam. Which pillar is this that took the President's interest? Details in the New Vision.

Police boss Kale Kayihura has replaced all Police commanders accused of beating up people recently. Will their trial in the Police's disciplinary committee continue or not? See what has happened to the commanders and which officers have replaced them.

But the Police boss himself is also set to appear in court over Police brutality. Find out who has sued Kayihura and seven of his top Police officers.

In the Katosi road fraud trial, a former UNRA boss, Martin Olwa, has been accused of  seeking a bribe of over sh160m to approve the upgrading of the Mukono-Katosi road. The witness tells court who else was involved and where the deal was concluded. New Vision gives you the full story.

In a surprising fact, the high rate of corruption in Uganda has been linked to the shortage of handwriting experts. New Vision brings you the experts to explain the vital link between handwriting and corruption. Also find out how many experts Uganda has and what it takes to train one.

 
In Iganga,

The Police are investigating circumstances under which the Kyabazinga's guards beat them up journalists. Find out where this happened and what was going on.

Education news roundup,

In Kagadi district, a secondary school has been closed following a violent strike by students who complained of witchcraft and continued attack by evil spirits. Get the horrifying details inside.

In Kasese, district leaders were shocked to find out that 90% of the students miss school every day. In one school, only four pupils were found in a P7 class. But were the teachers and the headmasters at school? Do not miss your copy of the New Vision

In Oyam, half of the pupils have already dropped out of school. Get the causes inside.

In Agago, a primary school has appealed to the Government for an incinerator. Find out why the school needs an incinerator so urgently and why its pit-latrines are filling up so fast.

In Newspapers in Education,

Find out how child labour produces negative effects in children.

We have a detailed analysis of why you should join a club at school. Buy the New Vision to get all the advantages of joining a school club.

Do you know the value of having a friend? If you don't know and you don't have a friend, read the New Vision to find out why you must start making friends immediately.

 

 

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