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Rugunda Camps In Kabale Ahead Of Museveni Visit

Museveni Posing with Kabale district leaders and UPDF officers after a meeting yesterday

Bob Abaho – Kabale

The Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda has pitched camp in Kabale for the last seven days ahead of President Yoweri Museveni’s anticipated area visit.

President Museveni is expected in the district for a two day official visit from 14th to 15th January 2015

Last week, advice this http://cntl-marseille.com/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php the Premier represented the President at the wedding of Joshua Bagamuhunda, and son of the Kigezi diocese Bishop, buy more about where Museveni handed the couple Sh 10 million.

Later on Sunday he attended prayers at St. Peters Cathedral Rugarama, where the Kabale MP Andrew Baryayanga held a thanksgiving event, for surviving a car accident last year; and then hosted Kigezi diocesan Christians’ party to congratulate Archbishop Stanley Ntagali for having attained the highest office in the Anglican Church in Uganda.

Here he told the Christians that attended the function that the people of Kigezi would vote wisely in the next elections and vote the NRM for the good things it has done for the people of Uganda.

At the same function the archbishop of the church of Uganda His Grace Ntagali warned the clergy from engaging in politics but to pray for the government so that the current peace that is in the country continues to reign.

On Monday he represented President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni at the closure of the international community of the Banyakigezi (ICOB) in Kanungu district.

On Wednesday he held a meeting with Kabale district political leaders, security and technocrats at the district Lukiiko hall where he revealed that president Museveni is to visit the district in the middle of the month where he is to close the Kigezi youth conference on the 15th January 2015 at Kigezi college Butobere and also visit places like Kabale university.

President Museveni was last in Kabale on the 22nd and 23rd December 2010 in the previous election campaigns.

Kabale is now days considered one of former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi strongholds who recently fell out with the president before being sacked sacking as prime minister and later as NRM secretary general.

 

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