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TGIF: Check out what's in today's New Vision

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Added 10th February 2017 08:42 AM

One of the 'eye-candy' stories today is of public servants being stopped from amending their birth dates.

TGIF: Check out what's in today's New Vision

One of the 'eye-candy' stories today is of public servants being stopped from amending their birth dates.

Hello, good morning.

Many of you will say ‘Thank God it's Friday!' Well, yes, so how about we have a quick look at what's in the Friday edition of the New Vision, huh? Don't want to bother walking down the street to grab yourself a copy? We have that paper online for you HERE as well.

BACKDOOR ADMISSIONS

Education minister Janet Museveni has stopped backdoor admissions in schools. Find out how the minister plans to stop head teachers from admitting students who have failed to hit the set mark.

Most schools have reduced S5 cut-off points. Find out why and the new cut-off points for selected schools across the country.

Public servants have been stopped from amending their birth dates. Get the reasons inside.

But what if there was a genuine mistake in the records, what does one do? Find the answers in the New Vision.

 In the Muslim clerics murder case, vital witnesses will only testify in camera. Find out why the High Court has taken this drastic decision.

OIL CASH PROBE CONTINUES

Do not miss more twists and details from the oil cash probe as URA officials are grilled over missing minutes. We have the full probe proceedings inside.

Following Dr. Mungherera's death, medical officers want the medical training curriculum revised to emphasise prevention. Find out what has prompted this demand.

At the Harvest Money Expo on February 17, do not miss all you need to know about rearing chicken from UgaChick. Be there at Nambole stadium.

EALA REPRESENTATION

Over 40 people have been nominated for the East African parliament elections. We have details about the nominees from all the parties.

MPs are blaming the Government for the financial crisis at UTL. Find out what the Government allegedly did to cause the UTL crisis.

Read about the new twists in Justice Kavuma's sh3b land row. Find out why the High Court has now summoned the registrar of the Court of Appeal.

As the school term opens, many schools have been closed in Luuka and Kabarole districts.

In another district, parents have chased away head teachers. Find out what has happened to hundreds of students and the owners of these schools.

 

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