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News summary: Police hunt for suspected kidnappers

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Added 13th February 2020 06:55 PM

The Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson Patrick Onyango confirms that one of those put out of action has been identified as Joshua Kiwanuka.

News summary:  Police hunt for suspected kidnappers

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The Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson Patrick Onyango confirms that one of those put out of action has been identified as Joshua Kiwanuka.

POLICE     CHINA     FEES    GEN. TUMWINE       KADAGA

The Police in Kampala have started a manhunt for suspected criminals who attempted to kidnap one Natif Nicholas a resident of Kisaasi in the Nakawa municipality.

Police intervened and rescued the victim and 2 of the suspects were shot dead.

The Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson Patrick Onyango confirms that one of those put out of action has been identified as Joshua Kiwanuka.

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UNSA wants Ugandans evacuated from China

Uganda National Students Association (UNSA) wants the government to evacuate Ugandan Students from China to avoid contracting the Coronavirus.

The President of the association Ezra Byatugangaza, says they have been communicating with their colleagues in China but most of them are living in fear. There are over 200 Ugandan students in Wuhan, the epicenter of the epidemic, whose movements have been restricted since the outbreak.

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Schools warned on the increment of fees

The Ministry of Education and Sports has re-echoed its call to the Directors and Head Teachers of various schools to avoid unnecessary fees increment.

The Director of Education Standard at the Ministry of Education, Kedrice Turyagyenda, says many students and pupils have dropped out of school after their parents and guarding failed to pay the fees.

Turyagyenda made the appeal while officiating at the opening of the Senior five Selection at Lugogo.

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Government to borrow sh1.1 trillion

The Government is set to borrow 300 million US dollars to develop  Roads in the different parts of the country in a bid to develop the Tourism sector.

While officiating at the launch of the parliamentary forum on tourism the state minister in charge of planning David Bahati acknowledged that the sector has not received the real investment it deserves.

He has called on MPs to support the borrowing when tabled before Parliament around April.

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Youth want MPs to abandon censure move against Gen. Tumwine

Ghetto youth under their umbrella body Team Yoweri 24/7 wants Parliament to halt the process of censuring security minister General Elly Tumwine and refer him to the disciplinary committee of the army.

Led by their coordinator Kim Mtokambali has expressed their dissatisfaction with the way Parliament is handling this matter which they say is not fair since General Tumwine has served the nation diligently as well as helping many Ugandans to get out of poverty.

The youth have therefore advised parliament to refer the General to the Army tribunal.

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Kadaga calls for proper plastic disposal
The Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, has called for proper disposal of plastic waste to protect the environment.

Kadaga said littering bottles and other plastics degrade the environment and threatens human health.

The Speaker said this while flagging off environmental activists under World Wide Fund for Nature who walked 4 kilometers to kick start their environment awareness campaign.

Meanwhile, the spokesperson Worldwide Fund for Nature Rita Kyategeka encouraged the public to stop using plastics to save the environment.

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