NEWS FROM 25TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 25TH OCTOBER 2010
MABIRA
A resident of Mabira ward fined six hundred thousand shillings for being found committing adultery.
By Cleophace Lugemarila

MURONGO
The policy prioritizing agriculture might not be achieved unless the government manage to stop the animals that destroy crops.
By Gration Mathayo

KARAGWE
Parents fade up with their children’s involvement in sexual affairs while they are still studying claiming paying for their education as a waste of money.
By Amos Kamanzi

NYAISHOZI
Worshipers from Tanzania Assembles of God decided to contribute some money over the construction of a permanent church in Nyaishozi, Karagwe.

by Amos Kamanzi

KAYANGA
Some of the entrepreneurs using Kayanga market centre still ignore the order by the town council urging them to build business stores despite the fact that others have already agreed.
By Edison Lameck

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NEWS FROM 24TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 24TH OCTOBER 2010
NYAISHOZI
Nyaishozi residents has contributed over 200,000/=towards construction of a secondary school.
By Amos P Kamanzi

NYAKASIMBI
Jumbos have destroyed crops in Bushangaro ward.
By Amos P kamanzi

BUSHANGARO
Form four leavers at Chabalisa have been urged to live a responsible life with community.
By William Gamba

MABIRA
Voters in kyerwa District have expressed mixed feelings as to their favourite candidates come this end of the week’s polls.
By Cleophace Lugemarila

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NEWS FROM 21ST OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 21ST OCTOBER 2010
KARAGWE
A Rwandese charged for murder in Karagwe District.
By Mariam Mlama

MABIRA
An election candidate contesting for the parliamentary seat in Kyerwa constituency visiting Mabira and Businde wards today.
By Cleophace Lugemarila

NYAISHOZI
Despite the danger of running short of food because of drought, jumbos have destroyed almost 8 hectares of crops in Nyaishozi ward.
By Amos Kamanzi

BUGOMORA
Despite the efforts made by residents of Bugomora ward in donating money for the construction of a health centre, nothing has been done till this moment.
By Tumaini Anatory

NYAISHOZI
Criminal acts persists in Nyaishozi Ward despite the preaches of peace and development all over karagwe District.
By Amos P Kamanzi

KAYANGA
Private organisations have been giving seminars about voting arrangements.
By Johnson Majara

KAYANGA
15 cases involving acts of impregnating school girls have been solved this year.

By Allodia Dominic

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NEWS FROM 20TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 20TH OCTOBER 2010
BUJARA
People in Karagwe District plans to ensure proper housing to the teachers by donating one million fifty three thousand shillings.
By Amos P Kamanzi

KAISHO
Kaisho secondary school which is a property of a catholic church in Kayanga ward plans to improve its computer laboratory making internet services accessible to all students.
By Ezra Lugakira

KARAGWE
Campaign rallies involving two election candidates Mr Gosbert Blandes member of parliament representing CCM and Deusdedit Kahangwa representing CHADEMA becomes more politically interesting with people showing much interest in Mr Kahangwa believing that he is the one.
By Deus Gabone

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NEWS FROM 19TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 19TH OCTOBER 2010
BUGOMORA
Drought in some part of Karagwe District, Bugomora ward in particular caused by delay in rainfall killing a number of cattle is nearly costing students their rights to go to school as the parents are now worried about their financial situations after the loss of their cattle.
By Tumaini Anatory

BUGOMORA
Teachers refusal to work in Bugomoora ward is triggered by un favourable conditions enough for them to further their knowledge leading to lack of enough teachers in that ward.
By Tumaini Anatory

MABIRA
Parents in Mabira ward, Kituntu sub ward have been advised to start investing in their children’s education saving them from the trouble of running short of school fees when school starts next year.
Cleoface Lugemarila

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NEWS FROM 18TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 18TH OCTOBER 2010
NYAISHOZI
A widow in nyaishozi ward, karagwe district has received death threats from villagers who accuse her of bewitching the rain not to fall.

By Amos P Kamanzi

KARAGWE
Up to 26000 farmers have received farm input subsidies in Karagwe District.

By Alodia Babara

MABIRA
Crime is on the rise in Mabira ward, with people taking law into their hands. Incidents of mob justice are widespread.

By Cleophace Lugemarila

KARAGWE
Anti corruption bureau in Karagwe district has received information to the effect that election candidates are intending to dish-out bribes to voters as election nears.

Deus Gabone

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NEWS FROM 17TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 17TH OCTOBER 2010
NYAISHOZI
Opposing party (Chama Cha Democrasia na Maendeleo) through a parliamentary candidate denied the rumours that its policies are religious biased.
By Amos P Kamanzi

KAYANGA
The Prevention and Combating Corruption Bureau presenting 24 people to testify against Karagwe’s District Education Commissioner facing a criminal case charged for corruption.
By Mariam Mlama

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NEWS FROM 16TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 16TH OCTOBER 2010
IHEMBE
The government donated nine million Tanzanian shillings to be used by people of Kibogozi village in the construction of village’s dispensary.
By Amos P Kamanzi

KAYANGA
Residents of Nyakahama village in Kayanga ward urged by a CWT’secretary (Chama Cha Walimu Tanzania) to select candidates who will represent them for the benefit of all.
By Mariam Mlama

MABIRA
Campaign rallies are attracting diverse crowds irrespective of people’s political affiliation.
By Cleophace Lugemarila

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NEWS FROM 15TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 15TH OCTOBER 2010
KAYANGA
Voting materials arriving in Karagwe and Kyerwa Districts today.
By Haulath Yusuph

KARAGWE
Farmers advised not to lose hope following delay of rainfall in some parts of Karagwe District.
By Allodia Dominic

KAYANGA
Law playing its part regarding those who impregnate students in Karagwe District.
By Mariam Mlama

IHANDA
Mavuno, a local NGO continues to solve different problems facing the community settling water problems and issues facing gas production plant in Ihanda Ward.
By Cleophace Lugemarila

NKWENDA
A resident of Nkwenda ward charged for being found with more than one ballot papers few days before Election Day.
By William Gamba

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NEWS FROM 14TH OCTOBER 2010

NEWS FROM 14TH OCTOBER 2010
BUGOMORA
Heavy rains are disrupting campaign rallies for election candidates in Karagwe District.
By Tumaini Anatory

KARAGWE
Karagwe residents have been advised to create food reserves to cope with potential famine that may result from mass destruction of crops by stormy rains.

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