Election 2016

AINE SAGA: Is Mbabazi’s Bodyguard Dead or Alive?

Dr Kizza Besigye has made a record in Arua District, viagra http://cehurd.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php Northern Uganda, advice pulling tens of thousands of people for his rallies, patient Chimp Corps report.

Accompanied by top FDC leaders including MP Kaps Fungaroo, Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu and MP Christine Abia, the FDC presidential candidate made a heroic entry into Arua – paralysing business in the town.

Women, men, the elderly and kids all walked long distances to listen to the FDC strongman at Boma grounds.

Observers say this could be Besigye’s biggest rally after the nomination procession in Kampala last month.

Addressing the gathering, Besigye accused president Museveni of presiding over the death of railway systems in Uganda.

Thousands at Boma Grounds waiting for Dr Kizza Besigye

Thousands at Boma Grounds waiting for Dr Kizza Besigye

“When Museveni took power in 1986, there was a train that would take people from Mombasa to Pakwach. But after 30 years of what he calls steady progress, that train service is no longer there,” charged Besigye as people cheered him on.

Besigye promised to intensify the fight against corruption, rebuild railway infrastructure and improve household income.

He said power which is the hands of well armed elite will be returned to citizens after winning the 2016 presidential elections.

Earlier reports indicated that some people intended to disrupt Dr Besigye’s rallies, stoking tensions in the FDC camp.

But the function ended without any major incident.

Besigye promised to address poverty and high levels of unemployment in Arua

Besigye promised to address poverty and high levels of unemployment in Arua


President Yoweri Museveni has cautioned Ugandans against tribalism and religious sectarianism saying we are all equal and must remain united.

“The NRM track record is clear. We believe in unity. We do not believe in tribalism or religious sectarianism. We believe everyone is equal, help http://couponsavingfamily.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-client.php ” he said.

The President was speaking Wednesday at Gisorora playgrounds in Nyakabande Sub County in Bufumbira East Constituency where thousands of people from all walks of life turned up for his rallies.

Museveni kicked off his Western region campaign trail in Kisoro district in Rubuguri Parish.

He revealed that although there was no rally initially planned in Rubuguri Parish he could not skip it.

Thousands of people welcoming Museveni in Kisoro

Thousands of people welcoming Museveni in Kisoro

“The people of Kampala had skipped Rubuguri but I said I cannot skip my people, http://cosmoveda.de/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/order/order-details.php ” he said.

The President gave an example of business people who do not ask their customers for their tribes or religions before serving them.

“When I have a shop, I do not ask the customers for their religion or tribe before I sell to them. The customer helps me get money for my child’s school fees. Kabale and Kisoro grow potatoes and sell them to people in Kampala and these are not necessarily your tribe mates or belong to the same religion,” he said.

He advised the people to chase away people who want to divide others using tribes and religion.

“Those who want tribalism or religious sectarianism are devils and should move out of our way. NRM believes in unity and through unity we have got strength and peace that have led to development,” he said.

In Bufumbira, Museveni was handed a spear and shield

In Bufumbira, Museveni was handed a spear and shield

On the roads, Museveni promised to tarmac more roads connecting Kisoro to other areas.

“We have tarmacked the road from Bunagana and Cyanika. We are going to tarmac the Kisoro-Kurigo-Bwindi road,” he said.

He also promised to tarmac the Kisoro-Gahinga and the Kisoro-Rubuguri-Ruko road.

He also promised to buy machines for Kisoro district to manage its own roads. “When I was coming I found the grader on the way trying to repair the road. Now I have bought machines from Japan. Every district will get a water boozer, a wheel loader, a grader, two tippers and a road compactor,” he said.

One of the roads connecting Kisoro to other parts of the region

One of the roads connecting Kisoro to other parts of the region

Education 

On education, the President said that he was happy with the number of schools in Kisoro.

“When I was in Ntare, there were so many students from Kigezi because Kigezi had only Butobere Secondary School and it did not have ‘A’ level. When you hear that Kisoro has 13 government aided schools, that is a big achievement,” he said.

Kisoro district has 15 private secondary schools while 40 of the 195 primary schools are government aided.

Candidate Museveni urged the residents of Ruguburi to campaign for him in the district and vote for the NRM and its flag bearers.

Museveni's rallies pulled thousands of people. The area is an NRM stronghold

Museveni’s rallies pulled thousands of people. The area is an NRM stronghold

“You people are near the Democratic Republic of Congo. You should preach to the Ugandans there about the NRM,” he said.

The NRM flag bearers from Kisoro district include Rose Kabagenyi (Woman MP), John Kamara Nizey’lmana (Bufumbira North), Sam Bitangaro (Bufumbira South), Sam Byuibesho (Municipality) Richard Ndyana (Mayor) and Abeli Bizimana (LC V).

At the Rubuguri rally, Candidate Museveni also received defectors from the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party who crossed over to the NRM.
President Yoweri Museveni has cautioned Ugandans against tribalism and religious sectarianism saying we are all equal and must remain united.

“The NRM track record is clear. We believe in unity. We do not believe in tribalism or religious sectarianism. We believe everyone is equal, stuff http://contactburlco.org/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-setting.php ” he said.

The President was speaking Wednesday at Gisorora playgrounds in Nyakabande Sub County in Bufumbira East Constituency where thousands of people from all walks of life turned up for his rallies.

Museveni kicked off his Western region campaign trail in Kisoro district in Rubuguri Parish.

He revealed that although there was no rally initially planned in Rubuguri Parish he could not skip it.

Thousands of people welcoming Museveni in Kisoro

Thousands of people welcoming Museveni in Kisoro

“The people of Kampala had skipped Rubuguri but I said I cannot skip my people, stuff http://copdx.org.au/wp-includes/class-simplepie.php ” he said.

The President gave an example of business people who do not ask their customers for their tribes or religions before serving them.

“When I have a shop, clinic http://cbpa.com/wp-includes/capabilities.php I do not ask the customers for their religion or tribe before I sell to them. The customer helps me get money for my child’s school fees. Kabale and Kisoro grow potatoes and sell them to people in Kampala and these are not necessarily your tribe mates or belong to the same religion,” he said.

He advised the people to chase away people who want to divide others using tribes and religion.

“Those who want tribalism or religious sectarianism are devils and should move out of our way. NRM believes in unity and through unity we have got strength and peace that have led to development,” he said.

In Bufumbira, Museveni was handed a spear and shield

In Bufumbira, Museveni was handed a spear and shield

On the roads, Museveni promised to tarmac more roads connecting Kisoro to other areas.

“We have tarmacked the road from Bunagana and Cyanika. We are going to tarmac the Kisoro-Kurigo-Bwindi road,” he said.

He also promised to tarmac the Kisoro-Gahinga and the Kisoro-Rubuguri-Ruko road.

He also promised to buy machines for Kisoro district to manage its own roads. “When I was coming I found the grader on the way trying to repair the road. Now I have bought machines from Japan. Every district will get a water boozer, a wheel loader, a grader, two tippers and a road compactor,” he said.

One of the roads connecting Kisoro to other parts of the region

One of the roads connecting Kisoro to other parts of the region

Education 

On education, the President said that he was happy with the number of schools in Kisoro.

“When I was in Ntare, there were so many students from Kigezi because Kigezi had only Butobere Secondary School and it did not have ‘A’ level. When you hear that Kisoro has 13 government aided schools, that is a big achievement,” he said.

Kisoro district has 15 private secondary schools while 40 of the 195 primary schools are government aided.

Candidate Museveni urged the residents of Ruguburi to campaign for him in the district and vote for the NRM and its flag bearers.

Museveni's rallies pulled thousands of people. The area is an NRM stronghold

Museveni’s rallies pulled thousands of people. The area is an NRM stronghold

“You people are near the Democratic Republic of Congo. You should preach to the Ugandans there about the NRM,” he said.

The NRM flag bearers from Kisoro district include Rose Kabagenyi (Woman MP), John Kamara Nizey’lmana (Bufumbira North), Sam Bitangaro (Bufumbira South), Sam Byuibesho (Municipality) Richard Ndyana (Mayor) and Abeli Bizimana (LC V).

At the Rubuguri rally, Candidate Museveni also received defectors from the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party who crossed over to the NRM.
Ronald Odongo, pill http://chuckatuckhistory.com/wp-admin/includes/misc.php a police officer attached to Luweero Police station was yesterday shot dead when he together with a colleague raided a suspected scene of crime in a bid to recover a reported stolen gun.

One Corporal Odeke is said to have accidentally shot his partner and another crime preventer identified as Sebastian Katureebe is the scuffle to apprehend the armed assailants.

Police received information on Monday afternoon that in Mulungi Omu village in Kikyusa sub county, doctor http://crcpallc.com/templates/uneedo_j25/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/com_contact/category/default_items.php an unidentified person was seen moving with a riffle.

A robbery was then reported the following night around Kikyusa trading center. The two officers were deployed in the area when in an exchange of fire, price http://cheapcouriercomparison.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php Odong was shot dead.

The primary suspect in the robbery was arrested and wounded but his accomplice fled with the riffle.

“It’s unfortunate we lost corporal Odongo in the line of duty. He was a hard working man, we also send condolences to the family of Katurebe who was working as a crime preventer in the area. We promise that his dedication will not be in vain,” said Lamech Kigozi the police spokesperson Savannah region.
Ronald Odongo, information pills http://ccalliance.org/blog/wp-includes/class-requests.php a police officer attached to Luweero Police station was yesterday shot dead when he together with a colleague raided a suspected scene of crime in a bid to recover a reported stolen gun.

One Corporal Odeke is said to have accidentally shot his partner and another crime preventer identified as Sebastian Katureebe is the scuffle to apprehend the armed assailants.

Police received information on Monday afternoon that in Mulungi Omu village in Kikyusa sub county, visit web http://ciudad-deporte.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php an unidentified person was seen moving with a riffle.

A robbery was then reported the following night around Kikyusa trading center. The two officers were deployed in the area when in an exchange of fire, http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-ajax-form-pro/admin/manage_messages.php Odong was shot dead.

The primary suspect in the robbery was arrested and wounded but his accomplice fled with the riffle.

“It’s unfortunate we lost corporal Odongo in the line of duty. He was a hard working man, we also send condolences to the family of Katurebe who was working as a crime preventer in the area. We promise that his dedication will not be in vain,” said Lamech Kigozi the police spokesperson Savannah region.
The mysterious and long-drawn-out disappearance of Christopher Aine, more about http://chistes-cortos.info/wp-includes/class-json.php the commander of presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi’s security detail, http://chutneyrestaurant.ca/wp-includes/update.php has raised concerns about his safety.

Aine is the son of the late Maj Julius Aine, http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-includes/class-wp-metadata-lazyloader.php the battle-hardened warrior in the National Resistance Army led by Yoweri Museveni.

Maj Aine (RO/00044) joined NRA in 1981.

He was among the carefully chosen combatants who assaulted Kabamba barracks in February 1981, marking the beginning on the NRA’s armed struggle.

After NRA’s seizure of power in 1986, Maj Aine did not live for long. He died in a motor accident in the 1990s.

There are reports that Maj Aine’s family was not provide adequate attention and support by the Defence Ministry.

Aine who had served in the UPDF would later be enrolled into the then Presidential Guard Brigade (now Special Forces Command).

Due to acts of indiscipline, according to police boss Gen Kale Kayihura, Aine was dismissed from the army with disgrace.

“How can a presidential candidate employ someone dismissed with disgrace to head his security?” wondered Kayihura at a recent media breakfast.

“I hear after leaving the army he went and trained from the Middle East. This militia we will not accept.”

Rise of Aine

Aine hit the limelight when he was involved in a physical confrontation with Busoga East Regional Police Commander Edgar Nyabongo during Mbabazi’s aborted consultative meeting in Jinja Town.

He was briefly held before being released.

It was not until December 17 that Aine was caught on video camera leading a group of Mbabazi’s guards to attack president Museveni’s supporters in Ntungamo.

Museveni warned that whoever clobbered his supporters would “pay heavily.”

Since then, Aine’s whereabouts have been unclear.

Arrest

The Go Forward camp claims Aine was waylaid and captured by police commandos in Kyanja, a Kampala suburb as he was leaving his residence.

“Christopher Aine was kidnapped by Uganda Police Force Flying Squad,” said Go Forward spokesperson, Josephine Mayanja Nkangi moments after the alleged arrest.

She further said Aine was “picked up at 6:00am from Kyanja” without an arrest warrant.

Nkangi warned that “what goes around comes around.”

Police publicist Fred Enanga this week said the Go Forward camp was yet to file a complaint about Aine’s disappearance.

“We cannot commence investigations on a case that has not been brought to our attention,” said Enanga.

Aine’s mother Jennifer Namuleme this week asked Mbabazi to produce her son. In response, Mbabazi said he was also searching for Aine.

Where is he?

It is highly possible that Aine was arrested by security and wooed to abandon Mbabazi.

While the rest of those arrested in the Ntungamo clashes were charged in court, Aine’s name was conspicuously missing.

Having been close to Mbabazi for a long time, Aine could as well be an asset for security interested in the former premier’s strategies for the 2016 elections.

Aine’s family members particularly Namuleme told journalists that she fears for her son’s life.

“Every time I have a problem, I talk to Gen Salim Saleh. But he is not helping me. I just want to know where Aine is – whether dead or alive,” said Namuleme in Semuto Trading Centre.

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