“Police is our biggest debtor with about Shs2.7b, followed by UPDF which owes us Shs800m, Prisons with Shs700m and Mbarara District local government owing us Shs27m. There are also other small entities that owe us adding up to Shs5.5b, ’’ says Mr Ekanya. He adds that they have tried to engage police, UPDF and prisons officials at different levels but they claim the problem comes from inadequate funding of their respective ministries.
MBARARA: The ordination of 24 Christians into the priesthood and deaconry is underway at Nyamitanga cathedral. Mbarara Archbishop Paul Kamuza Bakyenga who’s presiding over the function has thanked Christians for preparing their children to pass through different tests that require them to be health which they have gone through successfully. "God created the world so that we beautify and enjoy it.
The government should focus more on promoting preventive healthcare services to reduce expenditure on drugs for diseases that are preventable, a National Medical Stores (NMS) official has said. “Although our duty as NMS is to distribute medicines, we have noticed that government is spending more money on medicines instead of concentrating on preventive healthcare because we believe that if we prevent diseases then we will be able to spend less on medicines.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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