What has put the managers of the public broadcaster in trouble? This, and many other stories in today's New Vision.
NEWSPAPER SNEAK PEEK
Hello and good morning on this fine Wednesday. Let's have a quick look at what today's edition of Uganda's leading daily, New Vision, has in store for you. You can also read the paper online HERE.
UBC BOSSES GRILLED
Police grills top UBC managers over alleged fraud. So what has put the managers of the public broadcaster in trouble? The bosses are said to have got a total of sh386m as commission from an Airtel deal. What was the deal about? We sure have the details for you.
Meanwhile, seven people jailed for messing about with the Commission of Inquiry into land management headed by Justice Catherine Bamugemereire. We've got the details.
Former First Deputy Prime Minister Henry Muganwa Kajura demands sh3.5billion compensation from government. We've also got you covered on this story.
Did you know that police officers and other law enforcement officers do not understand the law against human trafficking? Read the full story in New Vision.
And in worrying news, over 200 wetlands in south western Uganda have been destroyed by encroachers. What are the measures national environment body NEMA is taking to rescue these wetlands?
KYADONDO EAST RACE
There is a new twist in this interesting episode of local politics. Why has the Democratic Party's candidate opted out of the race? We bring to you the story.
And finally, Government has proposed to ban children from engaging in agricultural activities. Find out details about the proposal that, if adopted, will stop parents from using child labour in gardens and farms.
That's not all. We've got a whole package of stuff for you to get busy with. We've got you covered!
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