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A senior researcher, what is ed http://copiproperties.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-server.php who has overseen a number of opinion polls in the country, page has concluded from his assessment that the population of Uganda is unable and unlikely to vote President Yoweri Museveni out of office.

The chief pollster went on and deduced that President Museveni would only step out of office if he personally chose to.

Dr. Patrick Wakida is the Executive Director of Research World International [RWI] and has overseen all opinion polls carried out by the body over the past years.

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“If the expectation is that this current leadership is going to be voted out; if you still believe that there is going to be a transition through the ballot, then you probably should forget about it,” said Wakida.

Wakida was on Thursday evening speaking at the launch of yet another book by Vice Chancellor Uganda Technology and Management University [UTAMU] Prof Venansius Barymureeba, titled, “The Ideal Uganda.”

He stated at the function that while most Ugandans could feel uncomfortable with President Museveni’s management of the country, majority were actually afraid of voting him out.

He explained, “In the Polls I have conducted, I posed a question: Should President Museveni contest again in 2016? Ugandans replied in the affirmative. Then I asked again, “Should we have term limits restored? Again 78% said yes, we need term limits!”

Dr Patrick Wakida speaking at the book launch on Thursday

Dr Patrick Wakida speaking at the book launch on Thursday

In his assessment, Dr Wakida says, Ugandans are “basically afraid of openly voting President Museveni out of office.”

“They don’t want to openly ask him to go. They rather prefer a system that closes him out. That is why majority want term limit restored.”

The without restoration of term limits, which currently hangs in balance only months to the 2016 elections, Dr Wakida said Museveni would only have to look at the situation and realize “that people cannot divorce me. I must go.”

He added that Ugandans’ indifference could be reflected in the fact that over the last 10 years, the NRM government had been maintained in power by a small majority of less than 40%.

“In 2006, the voters’ turn up was only 68%, and President Museveni polled 57%, which translates to only 39% of Uganda’s eligible voters. In 2011, Museveni got 68% votes, yet only 58% voters showed up. The questions we should be asking where are the rest of these voters, and if they came to vote, who would they vote for?”

He warned that while Ugandan’s are unable to use the ballot to cause change of government, President Museveni’s performance was vividly shrinking by the age, as exhibited by the growing number of the old NRM Pillars that keep dropping off, such as Gen David Sejusa, Col Kiiza Besigye, and recently the former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi.

During their recent caucus meeting in Kyankwanzi this month, the ruling NRM MPs brushed among others on the possibility of lifting presidential age limit of 75 and extending by two years, the five-year tenure of the government beyond its expiry date of 2016.

President Yoweri Museveni has categorically declined commenting about his intentions to stand again in the next general elections, saying that that remains solely the work of his party members to determine.

 

 

 

 

 
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The chief pollster went on and deduced that President Museveni would only step out of office if he personally chose to.

Dr. Patrick Wakida is the Executive Director of Research World International [RWI] and has overseen all opinion polls carried out by the body over the past years.

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Wakida was on Thursday evening speaking at the launch of yet another book by the Vice Chancellor Uganda Technology and Management University [UTAMU] Prof Venansius Barymureeba, titled, “The Ideal Uganda.”

He stated at the function that while most Ugandans felt uncomfortable with President Museveni’s management of the country, majority were actually afraid of voting him out.

He explained, “In the Polls I have conducted, I posed a question: Should President Museveni contest again in 2016? Ugandans replied in the affirmative. Then I asked again, “Should we have term limits restored? Again 78% said yes, we need term limits!”

Dr Patrick Wakida speaking at the book launch on Thursday

Dr Patrick Wakida speaking at the book launch on Thursday

In his assessment, Dr Wakida says, Ugandans are “basically afraid of openly voting President Museveni out of office.”

“They don’t want to openly ask him to go. They rather prefer a system that closes him out. That is why majority want term limit restored.”

The without restoration of term limits, which currently hangs in balance only months to the 2016 elections, Dr Wakida said Museveni would only have to look at the situation and realize “that people cannot divorce me. I must go.”

He added that Ugandans’ indifference could be reflected in the fact that over the last 10 years, the NRM government had been maintained in power by a small majority of less than 40%.

“In 2006, the voters’ turn up was only 68%, and President Museveni polled 57%, which translates to only 39% of Uganda’s eligible voters. In 2011, Museveni got 68% votes, yet only 58% voters showed up. The questions we should be asking now is where are the rest of these voters, and if they came to vote, who would they vote for?”

He warned that while Ugandan’s are unable to use the ballot to cause change of government, President Museveni’s performance was vividly shrinking by the age, as exhibited by the growing number of the old NRM Pillars that keep dropping off, such as Gen David Sejusa, Col Kiiza Besigye, and recently the former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi.

During their recent caucus meeting in Kyankwanzi this month, the ruling NRM MPs brushed among others on the possibility of lifting presidential age limit of 75 and extending by two years, the five-year tenure of the government beyond its expiry date of 2016.

President Yoweri Museveni has categorically declined commenting about his intentions to stand again in the next general elections, saying that that remains solely the work of his party members to determine.

 

 

 

 

 
A senior researcher, healing http://darkriver.net/wp-includes/class-wp-comment-query.php who has overseen a number of opinion polls in the country, here has concluded from his assessment that the population of Uganda is unable and unlikely to vote President Yoweri Museveni out of office.

The chief pollster went on and deduced that President Museveni would only step out of office if he personally chose to.

Dr. Patrick Wakida is the Executive Director of Research World International [RWI] and has overseen all opinion polls carried out by the body over the past years.

“If the expectation is that this current leadership is going to be voted out; if you still believe that there is going to be a transition through the ballot, symptoms then you probably should forget about it,” said Wakida.

Wakida was on Thursday evening speaking at the launch of yet another book by the Vice Chancellor Uganda Technology and Management University [UTAMU] Prof Venansius Barymureeba, titled, “The Ideal Uganda.”

He stated at the function that while most Ugandans felt uncomfortable with President Museveni’s management of the country, majority were actually afraid of voting him out.

He explained, “In the Polls I have conducted, I posed a question: Should President Museveni contest again in 2016? Ugandans replied in the affirmative. Then I asked again, “Should we have term limits restored? Again 78% said yes, we need term limits!”

Dr Patrick Wakida speaking at the book launch on Thursday

Dr Patrick Wakida speaking at the book launch on Thursday

In his assessment, Dr Wakida says, Ugandans are “basically afraid of openly voting President Museveni out of office.”

“They don’t want to openly ask him to go. They rather prefer a system that closes him out. That is why majority want term limit restored.”

The without restoration of term limits, which currently hangs in balance only months to the 2016 elections, Dr Wakida said Museveni would only have to look at the situation and realize “that people cannot divorce me. I must go.”

He added that Ugandans’ indifference could be reflected in the fact that over the last 10 years, the NRM government had been maintained in power by a small majority of less than 40%.

“In 2006, the voters’ turn up was only 68%, and President Museveni polled 57%, which translates to only 39% of Uganda’s eligible voters. In 2011, Museveni got 68% votes, yet only 58% voters showed up. The question we should be asking now is, where are the rest of these voters, and if they came to vote, who would they vote for?”

He warned that while Ugandan’s are unable to use the ballot to cause change of government, President Museveni’s performance is vividly shrinking by the age, as exhibited by the growing number of the old NRM Pillars that keep dropping off, such as Gen David Sejusa, Col Kiiza Besigye, and recently the former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi.

During their recent caucus meeting in Kyankwanzi this month, the ruling NRM MPs brushed among others on the possibility of lifting presidential age limit of 75 and extending by two years, the five-year tenure of the government beyond its expiry date of 2016.

President Yoweri Museveni has categorically declined commenting about his intentions to stand again in the next general elections, saying that thisremains solely the work of his party members to determine.

 

 

 

 

 
The Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) has continued to warn schools that have turned examination malpractice into a culture that the board would have to withdraw their examination licenses.

An infuriated UNEB Executive Director, for sale http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_templates/tables/style.php Mathew Bukenya said that despite the stringent measures put up by the board, find http://dallassigs.org/components/com_k2/views/item/view.json.php cases of malpractice increased from 34 to 173.

“These have been mostly due to external assistance, tadalafil possession of unauthorized material in the examination room and collusion,” Bukenya revealed.

Bukenya observed that most cases were from Lunar International School in Buyende district, Giants College in Luwero district and Nsambya Hillside High School in Wakiso district.

He added that current hearings are being conducted into the PLE withheld results cases and are being concluded today Friday 27th February to allow those cleared to join school in time.

“Two centers have so far been cleared and have had their results released and others recommended for cancellation.”

“Several invigilators who were on duty at some of the centers have been referred to police and will be charged with neglect of duty.”

Bukenya further observed that hearings for UCE will start on Tuesday 3rd March and other measures will be taken as found appropriate.

In today’s released UACE results, a total of 36,666 managed to achieve three principal passes (3P), 27,466 managed two principal passes (2P), and 23,694 got only one principal pass (1P), 17,557 got only one subsidiary pass (1S) while a total of 1,741 failed (F).

 

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