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Visitors at the campus are welcomed by these touching messages of solidarity.

Universities across the world are holding events to remember the lives at Garissa which were brutally terminated by Al Shabaab militants early this month.

Poggo, http://currencymeter.com/wp-admin/includes/export.php a student, observed: “We are one. 147 not just a number.”

Peace noted: “Let’s all fight terrorism. The fight begins with us.”

World leaders condemned the Garissa incident as barbaric and unforgiveable.
A month after NRM flag bearer Ian Kafuko was declared winner in the highly contested Kyambogo University Guild Presidential elections, price http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/manage/confirm-admin.php the institution of higher learning has been dragged to court over electoral irregularities.

According to a petition seen by Chimpreports, check FDC’s Julius Nsubuga who came second has taken Kyambogo to the Magistrate’s court in Nakawa seeking a reverse of the outcome of the elections held in mid May.

“The University Electoral Commission’s failure to promptly publish voters’ register so as to facilitate verification by the applicant (Nsubuga), price his agents and other students was an illegality,” reads part of the petition filed on April 20, 2015 by lawyers from the Legal Brain Trust.

According to the petition the University Electoral Commission is accused of tampering with the voters’ register through introduction of I-pads during the voting process which according to FDC’s Nsubuga facilitated rigging and malpractices.

The FDC candidate in his application also accuses the university Electoral Commission of reinstalling Raymond Byomuhangi  as its General Secretary yet he had been earlier relieved of his duties for lacking impartiality.

“The electoral commission failed to prevent coercion of students by Kafuko’s agents to cast their votes in his favor on top of denying Nsubuga’s ( FDC) polling agents electoral materials like declaration forms and tallying sheets,” further reads the application.

The petition also highlights adjusting of election time which facilitated voting before and beyond the required time, offering of gifts to students with the intention of inducing them to vote and allowing of students without proper identification access to voting exercise as some of the other abnormalities cited during the March Guild elections.

According to the FDC candidate, on 25 March 2015 the petition tribunal dismissed his petition in which he challenged the results of the Guild elections

“The decision to declare the NRM’s Kafuko as the Guild President was illegal and irrational since the elections were conducted in total contravention of the laws of Uganda and established principles of a free and fair election. I ask court to nullify the results of the impugned elections and order for fresh ones to be conducted in accordance with the law,” added the petition.

The Land Economics student, Kafuko garnered 3,340 votes, flooring FDC’s Julius Nsubuga who came second with 2,774 votes in the highly contested and bloody election the campus had seen in recent history.
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“The University Electoral Commission’s failure to promptly publish voters’ register so as to facilitate verification by the applicant (Nsubuga), his agents and other students was an illegality,” reads part of the petition filed on April 20, 2015 by lawyers from the Legal Brain Trust.

According to the petition the University Electoral Commission is accused of tampering with the voters’ register through introduction of I-pads during the voting process which according to FDC’s Nsubuga facilitated rigging and malpractices.

The FDC candidate in his application also accuses the university Electoral Commission of reinstalling Raymond Byomuhangi  as its General Secretary yet he had been earlier relieved of his duties for lacking impartiality.

“The electoral commission failed to prevent coercion of students by Kafuko’s agents to cast their votes in his favor on top of denying Nsubuga’s ( FDC) polling agents electoral materials like declaration forms and tallying sheets,” further reads the application.

The petition also highlights adjusting of election time which facilitated voting before and beyond the required time, offering of gifts to students with the intention of inducing them to vote and allowing of students without proper identification access to voting exercise as some of the other abnormalities cited during the March Guild elections.

According to the FDC candidate, on 25 March 2015 the petition tribunal dismissed his petition in which he challenged the results of the Guild elections

“The decision to declare the NRM’s Kafuko as the Guild President was illegal and irrational since the elections were conducted in total contravention of the laws of Uganda and established principles of a free and fair election. I ask court to nullify the results of the impugned elections and order for fresh ones to be conducted in accordance with the law,” added the petition.

The Land Economics student, Kafuko garnered 3,340 votes, flooring FDC’s Julius Nsubuga who came second with 2,774 votes in the highly contested and bloody election the campus had seen in recent history.
Leaders in the South Western district of Isingiro South are plotting arrests of majorly opposition leadership who are busy impairing government development programs in the name soliciting votes for the 2016 general elections.

Sub county Chairpersons and Speakers headed by the Chairman Ruborogota Sub County Sseguya Ronald on Monday held an emergency meeting to devise ways of stopping politicians who go around de-campaigning government initiatives such is Operation Wealth Creation.

In the meeting held at Ruborogota sub county headquarters, more about http://communityartsprogram.org/wp-includes/registration-functions.php the leaders pointed out one Anthony Tumwesigye, erectile who is vying for Isingiro South MP, accusing him of persistently discouraging locals from taking maize, coffee and bean seedlings provided by government.

Tumwesigye reportedly had been traversing the Nyakitunda, Ruborogota, Kabuyanda, Kikagati and others, telling people to reject the seedlings provided by government because they would not get them out of poverty.

Nyakitunda Sub county Speaker Mubangizi who was chairing the meeting revealed that Tumwsigye was misguiding the locals that the soils in this district don’t support the crops and that they would be wasting their time and resources embarking on these projects.

Mubangizi told the meeting that on the contrary, coffee does well in the area and that Isingiro District had been earmarked and zoned by Government to grow coffee and bananas.

Commenting on the developments, the district MP Hon. Byarugaba Alex Bakunda told Chimpreports that the area had continued to lag behind economically because of such elements.

He called upon the locals to always ignore such politicians with dangerous propaganda that is meant, who are poised to serve their personal interests.

Chimpreports was still trying in vain to reach Tumwesigye.

 

 

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