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Anti- NCD’s Campaign Reaches Gulu

UNCDA Campaigns cordinator Molly Grace Apio hands over a blood pressure machine to Barndege health centre 3 officials

Mbarara Resident District Commissioner Nickson Kabuye has stressed that former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, hospital http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-terms-list-table.php like any Ugandan, cialis 40mg http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/cart/cart-item-data.php is entitled and should be allowed chance to exercise his right of contesting for the office of the President in the coming elections.

“He has the liberty, viagra and for as long as he follows the set party and national guidelines no one should stop him from contesting,” RDC Kabuye told ChimpReports in an interview at his office in Mbarara on Tuesday.

Regarding a number of the pro-Mbabazi youths that were arrested by police in the Municipality this morning, Mr Kabuye said were being wrongfully detained and should be released.

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“Their actions had nothing to do with electioneering or campaigning; they were simply celebrating the candidate’s declaration and there is nothing wrong with that,” he said.

Kabuye further said that Mbabazi’s announced 8-point program was closely related to Museveni’s 10 point program.

“I have a feeling that Mbabazi’s 8 point program is not new. But these ideas can harnessed or improved instead of being opposed,” Kabuye said.

President Museveni yesterday described Mbabazi’s announcement as an act of “misconduct” and “wasting people’s time” since the the Electoral Commission is yet to authorise the election campaign.
Mbarara Resident District Commissioner Nickson Kabuye has stressed that former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, http://clintonhouse.com/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-installer-skin.php like any Ugandan, viagra is entitled and should be allowed chance to exercise his right of contesting for the office of the President in the coming elections.

“He has the liberty, and for as long as he follows the set party and national guidelines no one should stop him from contesting,” RDC Kabuye told ChimpReports in an interview at his office in Mbarara on Tuesday.

Regarding a number of the pro-Mbabazi youths that were arrested by police in the Municipality this morning, Mr Kabuye said were being wrongfully detained and should be released.

“Their actions had nothing to do with electioneering or campaigning; they were simply celebrating the candidate’s declaration and there is nothing wrong with that,” he said.

Kabuye further said that Mbabazi’s announced 8-point program was closely related to Museveni’s 10 point program.

“I have a feeling that Mbabazi’s 8 point program is not new. But these ideas can harnessed or improved instead of being opposed,” Kabuye said.

President Museveni yesterday described Mbabazi’s announcement as an act of “misconduct” and “wasting people’s time” since the the Electoral Commission is yet to authorise the election campaign.
The recently rolled out campaign to sensitize and support Ugandans in the fight against cancer and other non-communicable diseases [NCDs] finally reached Gulu district in northern Uganda.

The sensitization program by the Uganda Non-Communicable Diseases Alliance [UNCD] was warmly welcomed by mainly women at Bardege Health Centre III where many of them were screened for breast cancer, try http://ckls.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/wp-cache-phase2.php blood pressure and diabetes and other heart diseases.

At the event as has been the case elsewhere, diagnosis http://clubebancariositape.com.br/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/enhanced-distribution.php UNCD donated to the health facility new machines to be used in the screening for the killer diseases.

“The BP machine we had here at Barndege Health Center was down, http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-content/plugins/seo-magico-pro/zend/exception.php and now that we have a new one, we expect the number of people testing for NCDs to raise and I encourage all those people who have been fearing to test for NCDs to come and know their status to allow them get the right medication at an early stage,” said Deputy Nursing Officer Walter Kinyara.

Mr Auk Mike one of the UNCDA board member  looks on as Barndege nurses screens women of blood pressure

Mr Auk Mike one of the UNCDA board member looks on as Barndege nurses screens women of blood pressure

Mr. Auk Mike one of the UNCDA board members asked the Gulu residents to make use of the blood pressure machine that was donated to Barndege health 111.

“We’re here to encourage all the mothers in Gulu district to teach their children and their husbands always to test for non-communicable diseases to help them live a better life. UNCDA is moving in many districts to rescue all the mothers who are still ignorance about NCDs and with our campaigns we intend to roll out to some of the districts in Uganda,” he said.

Mr. Auk also cautioned the residents against excessive drinking, cigarette smoking and consumption of junk foods.

“This Health camp has helped us to teach both women and men Gulu district how to check themselves for breast cancer because men and women because both as susceptible,” Molly Grace Apio the campaign coordinator said.

She urged the women to test for cervical cancer every year which said could easily be transmitted by the especially promiscuous spouses.

 

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