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Court Sets Free Former UBC Engineer

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Fort Portal Police are holding one Robert Twijuke, viagra approved http://channelingerik.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/jetpack.php a resident of Kalitusi Village, there Nyabbani Sub county Kamwenge District on charges of presenting false documents during the ongoing UPDF recruitment exercise at Booma Ground in Fort Portal.

The army recruitment team leader in the district Col. Fred Karara revealed to journalists on Friday that the suspect had brought in forged academic documents.

He says during interrogation it was found that the suspect had obtained a recommendation letter from the chairman LC1 Ms Viola Komugisha.

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Col. Karara strongly warned village chairpersons against giving recommendations to people who are not law abiding citizens, which would lead to criminals being recruited into the army.

The 2nd Division Army Spokesperson, Maj. Ronald Kakurungu, said the recruits are supposed to deal with ammunitions and this requires people of high integrity. The UPDF are recruiting soldiers who hold S4 Uganda Certificate of Education UCE from 2013.

During the drill, the trainees were taken through through vigorous scrutiny of their health, mental
and physical tests.

The recruited personnel’s will be taken to Kaweweta Military training school in Luwero District, where they will get basic military training.
Fort Portal Police are holding one Robert Twijuke, approved http://cocomoonthesea.com/includes/connection.php a resident of Kalitusi Village, store http://clermontraces.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/aioseop_class.php Nyabbani Sub county Kamwenge District on charges of presenting false documents during the ongoing UPDF recruitment exercise at Booma Ground in Fort Portal.

The army recruitment team leader in the district Col. Fred Karara revealed to journalists on Friday that the suspect had brought in forged academic documents.

He says during interrogation it was found that the suspect had obtained a recommendation letter from the chairman LC1 Ms Viola Komugisha.

Col. Karara strongly warned village chairpersons against giving recommendations to people who are not law abiding citizens, which would lead to criminals being recruited into the army.

The 2nd Division Army Spokesperson, Maj. Ronald Kakurungu, said the recruits are supposed to deal with ammunitions and this requires people of high integrity. The UPDF are recruiting soldiers who hold S4 Uganda Certificate of Education UCE from 2013.

During the drill, the trainees were taken through through vigorous scrutiny of their health, mental
and physical tests.

The recruited personnel’s will be taken to Kaweweta Military training school in Luwero District, where they will get basic military training.
Court of Appeal has set free Godfrey Lugya, what is ed http://checkhimout.ca/pep/wp-includes/class-wp-term.php the Former UBC engineer who had been sentenced to one year imprisonment, information pills http://ckls.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-twitter-cards.php after he was found guilty of using the Broadcasting Corporation’s transmitter and other equipment without paying for them.

The three Justices, led by Remmy Kasule ruled that there was no convincing evidence adduced by the prosecution witness, to the effect that it was only the actual Managing Director who was supposed to give temporary permission for the use of UBC equipment.

The Justices clarified that Eng. Lugya was doing what he was supposed to do in line of his duties.

They also found out that KBS Manager, Harrison Busingye Magezi applied for the lease and he partly filled in the form which Eng. Lugya handled together with engineering department’s Eng.  Batanda.

In November 2014, Anti-Corruption Court convicted and sentenced Eng. Lugya to one year imprisonment for using a UBC transmitter and other equipment without paying.

His co-accused KBS manager Harrison Busingye Magenzi was sentenced to two years on grounds that his company benefited from the transmitter for four years.

It was alleged that Lugya and Magezi between 2007 and 2011 at Kigulya Hill in Masindi district conspired to defraud UBC of its transmitter and other equipment, an allegation which Court of appeal Justices dismissed.

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