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By Vision Reporter

<b>“A cultural leader is not a political leader. Everyone should know where the boundary is and respect it because mixing the two could cause chaos. During meetings that discussed the matter before he was reinstated, there was consensus that the Kabaka

“A cultural leader is not a political leader. Everyone should know where the boundary is and respect it because mixing the two could cause chaos. During meetings that discussed the matter before he was reinstated, there was consensus that the Kabaka would be non-partisan,” internal affairs minister Kirunda Kivejinja speaking at the ground- breaking ceremony of a new Police station at Natete, a Kampala suburb.

“The fact that men deny their wives love leads to domestic confusion and adultery. Men should stop distancing themselves sexually. Women should be handled delicately because they were created for that,” Kamuli Church of Uganda Archdeaco0n, the Rev. Can. James Katalo delivering a sermon at St. Peter’s Church, Nabwigulu sub-county last Sunday.

“We asked the Government to give our king royal guards because he (Kimeze) is entitled to them just like other cultural leaders. We thank the President for responding immediately to our request,” James Rwebikire the Banyala spokesperson confirming that Baker Kimeze, the Banyala cultural leader was assigned military Police officers following the recent riots in Kayunga district.

“When will we begin to treat our soldiers as heroes, rather than burying them as chicken thieves,” Leader of Opposition in Parliament Prof. Morris Ogenga Latigo asking the Government to make a statement on the UPDF soldiers that died in Mogadishu.

“When you get money for certain programmes, send some of it to us because the Church also implements similar programmes. We need to work together to develop the people of Buganda and Uganda at large,” Luwero bishop Evans Kiseka at a three-day retreat of bishops from Buganda which asked the Government to assist Church-run social projects on September 25.

“It has been around for sometime. Patients complain of severe abdominal pain, abdominal distention and high fever. When we operate on patients, we find the intestines perforated,” district acting health officer, Edward Balimwijuka, describing a strange disease which has killed over 12 people within two-and-a-half months in Kibale district.

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