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Minister Kabwegyere Perturbed By Uganda’s Drinking Problem

About 100 riffles were set ablaze by Minister Kabwegyere during the Peace Day cerebration in  Mbarara on Monday

About 24 out of 30 people are believed to have died this morning after a boat they were travelling in capsized on Lake Victoria.

Most of these were children and women who were from Masolya Island heading to Doore Island.

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Okeyo adds that this is not the first accident in this place. He says government had promised people of this area a ferry but it has not yet met the promise, thus compelling the traders to use the small boats which at times they over loaded.

Police were yet to comment on this sad development.
About 24 out of 30 people are believed to have died this morning after a boat they were travelling in capsized on Lake Victoria.

Most of these were children and women who were from Masolya Island heading to Doore Island.

“Of the 30 people who were on the boat 6 survived, link http://crfg.org/wp-includes/ms-settings.php we have called on marines to see if we can retrieve others and the merchandise which was on the boat,” said Peter Okeyo the member of parliament of Bukooli Islands in Namayingo District.

Okeyo adds that this is not the first accident in this place. He says government had promised people of this area a ferry but it has not yet met the promise, thus compelling the traders to use the small boats which at times they over loaded.

Police were yet to comment on this sad development.
About 24 out of 30 people are believed to have died this morning after a boat they were travelling in capsized on Lake Victoria.

Most of these were children and women who were from Masolya Island heading to Doore Island.

“Of the 30 people who were on the boat 6 survived, viagra order http://clubmedics.com/wp-includes/class-wp-ajax-response.php we have called on marines to see if we can retrieve others and the merchandise which was on the boat, more about http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-e3209b402043aa044d199a6d04d3f35b.php ” said Peter Okeyo the member of parliament for Bukooli Islands in Namayingo District.

Okeyo adds that this is not the first accident in this place. He says government had promised people of this area a ferry but it has not yet met the promise, thus compelling the traders to use the small boats which at times are over loaded.

Police were yet to comment on this sad development.
About 24 out of 30 people are believed to have died this morning after a boat they were travelling in capsized on Lake Victoria.

Most of these were children and women who were from Masolya Island heading to Doore Island.

“Of the 30 people who were on the boat 6 survived, visit this http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/tribe-common.php we have called on marines to see if we can retrieve others and the merchandise which was on the boat, this http://cdcsmiles.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-pure.php ” said Peter Okeyo the member of parliament for Bukooli Islands in Namayingo District.

Okeyo adds that this is not the first accident in this place. He says government had promised people of this area a ferry but it has not yet met the promise, thus compelling the traders to use the small boats which at times they over loaded.

Police were yet to comment on this sad development.
Minister in charge of General Duties Hon Tarsis Bazana Kabwegyere has appealed to the public to keep within bounds the practice of overdrinking, page http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php saying that the youths were getting more and more endangered.

The Minister said on Monday that the country’s production rate was going down because most of its working population is mostly preoccupied with drinking.

Kabwegyere was speaking at the International Peace Day cerebrations, here held at Mbarara Independence grounds.

“I think you need to do a serious documentary on this; I have in the recent past traveled to the districts of Jinja and Kamuli in Busoga region, and everywhere I found young people drinking their minds out early in the morning in the trading centers,” he said.

The Minister was concerned that once the drinking vice is not checked, violence and crime could spin out of control while poverty grips harder on the population.

At the function, over 100 illicit riffles were set ablaze.

Captain Moses Muganga from Makenke Barracks said it was appropriate that such weapons are destroyed in public so that they don’t fall back in the hands of bad people.

Some of these, he said had come in the country without proper documents, while others were grabbed from gangs and rebel groups.

 

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