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The conference will be preceded by a set of other meetings including CEC and NEC, as well as election of the party’s special interest groups and league leaderships.

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This afternoon, delegates for the various NRM leagues converged at the Kololo Independence grounds to prepare for their Friday meeting, which will culminate in electing their new leaders.

These are, the Women’s League, Youth League, Workers League, League for Persons With Disabilities, Veterans League, Entrepreneurs League, Elders League, Institutions league and the NRM Historical Leaders Forum.

Later on Saturday, according to NRM Secretary General Justine Kasule Lumumba, the party Central Executive Committee (CEC), and the National Executive Council (NEC) will meet at State House Entebbe to adopt the National Chairperson’s Keynote Address and Secretary’s General Report.

Mrs Lumumba is expected to present to the two top governing bodies the report from the Chairman of the NRM Electoral Commission Dr Tanga Odoi, about the Tuesday elections.

Sunday November 1st is when she will be facing the NRM Delegates at the National Conference, many of who have since Tuesday accused her secretariat of incompetence.

A number of contestants in the LC5, Parliamentary and Mayoral primary elections blamed the electoral commission under Lumumba’s secretariat of poor preparations, which saw a number of polls suspended.

Mrs Lumumba faces an uphill task of explaining to the delegates a myriad of glitches that included leaked ballots, delayed deliveries of polling results, missing candidates on ballot papers, ghost candidates, as well as the subsequent malpractices, and violence.

She will be addressing NRM’s supreme committee for the first time as the party secretary general having preplaced Hon Amama Amama Mbabazi who was dropped last year.

The party Chairperson Yoweri Museveni is insistent that the NRM secretariat is in better hands under Kasule Lumumba and her young and vibrant team.

During the conference which will run to Monday November 2, the delegates will also get to vote for their regional Vice Chairpersons, and the NRM Presidential flag bearer.

The following day at 10am, the flag bearer, President Museveni will be presented to the national electoral commission for nomination at the same venue, after which a grand nomination rally will be held at the Kololo Independence grounds.

 

 
On Sunday morning, advice http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-includes/ixr/class-ixr-base64.php Mandela National Stadium will open its doors to hundreds of representatives of the ruling National Resistance Movement [NRM] from all around the country, for this year’s National Delegates Conference.

As the national conference sits, dust will not have settled of what threatens to be one of the country’s most contentious internal party elections, witnessed last Tuesday.

The conference will be preceded by a set of other meetings including CEC and NEC, as well as election of the party’s special interest groups and league leaderships.

This afternoon, delegates for the various NRM leagues converged at the Kololo Independence grounds to prepare for their Friday meeting, which will culminate in electing their new leaders.

These are, the Women’s League, Youth League, Workers League, League for Persons With Disabilities, Veterans League, Entrepreneurs League, Elders League, Institutions league and the NRM Historical Leaders Forum.

Later on Saturday, according to NRM Secretary General Justine Kasule Lumumba, the party Central Executive Committee (CEC), and the National Executive Council (NEC) will meet at State House Entebbe to adopt the National Chairperson’s Keynote Address and Secretary’s General Report.

Mrs Lumumba is expected to present to the two top governing bodies the report from the Chairman of the NRM Electoral Commission Dr Tanga Odoi, about Tuesday’s elections.

Sunday November 1st is when she will be facing the NRM Delegates at the National Conference; many of who have since Tuesday accused her secretariat of incompetence.

Several contestants in the LC5, Parliamentary and Mayoral primary elections blamed the electoral commission under Lumumba’s secretariat of poor preparations, which saw a number of polls suspended.

Mrs Lumumba faces an uphill task of explaining to the delegates a myriad of glitches that included leaked ballots, delayed deliveries of polling results, missing candidates on ballot papers, ghost candidates, as well as the subsequent malpractices, and violence.

She will be addressing NRM’s supreme committee for the first time as the party secretary general having replaced Hon Amama Mbabazi who was dropped last year.

The party Chairman Yoweri Museveni is insistent that the NRM secretariat is in better hands under Kasule Lumumba and her young and vibrant team.

During the conference which will run to Monday November 2, the delegates will also get to vote for their regional Vice Chairpersons, and the NRM Presidential flag bearer.

The following day at 10am, the flag bearer, President Museveni will be presented to the national electoral commission for nomination at the same venue, after which a grand nomination rally will be held at the Kololo Independence grounds.

 

 
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As the national conference sits, pharm http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-includes/post-formats.php dust will not have settled of what threatens to be one of the country’s most contentious internal party elections, witnessed last Tuesday.

The conference will be preceded by a set of other meetings including CEC and NEC, as well as election of the party’s special interest groups and league leaderships.

This afternoon, delegates for the various NRM leagues converged at the Kololo Independence grounds to prepare for their Friday meeting, which will culminate in electing their new leaders.

These are, the Women’s League, Youth League, Workers League, League for Persons With Disabilities, Veterans League, Entrepreneurs League, Elders League, Institutions league and the NRM Historical Leaders Forum.

Later on Saturday, according to NRM Secretary General Justine Kasule Lumumba, the party Central Executive Committee (CEC), and the National Executive Council (NEC) will meet at State House Entebbe to adopt the National Chairperson’s Keynote Address and Secretary’s General Report.

Mrs Lumumba is expected to present to the two top governing bodies the report from the Chairman of the NRM Electoral Commission Dr Tanga Odoi, about Tuesday’s elections.

Sunday November 1st is when she will be facing the NRM Delegates at the National Conference; many of who have since Tuesday accused her secretariat of incompetence.

Several contestants in the LC5, Parliamentary and Mayoral primary elections blamed the electoral commission under Lumumba’s secretariat of poor preparations, which saw a number of polls suspended.

Mrs Lumumba faces an uphill task of explaining to the delegates a myriad of glitches that included leaked ballots, delayed deliveries of polling results, missing candidates on ballot papers, ghost candidates, as well as the subsequent malpractices, and violence.

She will be addressing NRM’s supreme committee for the first time as the party secretary general having replaced Hon Amama Mbabazi who was dropped last year.

The party Chairman Yoweri Museveni is nonetheless  insistent that the NRM secretariat is in better hands under Kasule Lumumba and her young and vibrant team.

During the conference which will run to Monday November 2, the delegates will also get to vote for their regional Vice Chairpersons, and the NRM Presidential flag bearer.

The following day at 10am, the flag bearer, President Museveni will be presented to the national electoral commission for nomination at the same venue, after which a grand nomination rally will be held at the Kololo Independence grounds.

 

 
FDC has expressed openness to a united government and the possibility of fronting a joint candidate in the coming 2016 elections, more about http://dailyampersand.com/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/admin-views/tribe-options-timezones.php with only under 6 days to the nomination of the presidential candidates by the Electoral Commission.

The party’s top executive organ the FDC Working Committee this morning reaffirmed this position in a meeting to discuss the 2016 elections road map.

In a statement released by the party upon Dr. Kizza Besigye’s return from UK where he held discussions with Amama Mbabazui, visit this site the party committed to the idea of fielding a joint presidential candidate by opposition.

The meeting was briefed by the Party Presidential Flag bearer, web Dr. Besigye and the Party Secretary General Nandala Mafabi on the outcome of the meeting held in UK on cooperation during the 2016 elections.

“The committee reaffirmed its position and preference to joint presidential candidate and we raised no objection to the ongoing negotiation efforts to achieve this objective,” read part of the statement.

“The committee also agreed to the proposal of the UK meeting to the principle of power sharing when a united opposition wins power”

In the statement, FDC commits to cooperate and work together with other parties and organizations to ensure a free and fair election.

FDC also set up a 4 member committee led by the party flag bearer, Dr. Kizza Besigye to continue negotiations with the Go Foward team led by Amama Mbabazi.
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The party’s top executive organ the FDC Working Committee this morning reaffirmed this position in a meeting to discuss the 2016 elections road map.

In a statement released by the party upon Dr. Kizza Besigye’s return from UK where he held discussions with Amama Mbabazui, http://debbiehowes.com/wp-includes/template.php the party committed to the idea of fielding a joint presidential candidate by opposition.

The meeting was briefed by the Party Presidential Flag bearer, Dr. Besigye and the Party Secretary General Nandala Mafabi on the outcome of the meeting held in UK on cooperation during the 2016 elections.

“The committee reaffirmed its position and preference to joint presidential candidate and we raised no objection to the ongoing negotiation efforts to achieve this objective,” read part of the statement.

“The committee also agreed to the proposal of the UK meeting to the principle of power sharing when a united opposition wins power”

In the statement, FDC commits to cooperate and work together with other parties and organizations to ensure a free and fair election.

FDC also set up a 4 member committee led by the party flag bearer, Dr. Kizza Besigye to continue negotiations with the Go Foward team led by Amama Mbabazi.
Makindye General court martial has convicted Pte Wilson Cheptai of murdering two people Aber Reginnah and Maria Alunnyo at the same time causing grievous body harm to Saidi Kibosi  at Luzira Lake and Bristol Bar in Kampala District on 16th April 2010.

General court martial chairman Major Gen Levi Karuhanga in his ruling said that prosecution proved beyond reasonable doubt that the accused committed the alleged offences.

He cited prosecution witness Obure Morris who saw the deceased dead and she also
attended Aber Regina’s burial.

“The accused left the bar went to his residence where he was deployed as a guard picked a gun and came back to the bar and shot to death 2 persons and injured one. He was in full control of his mind had cooled down and hence provocation, website http://conagoparelosrios.gob.ec/components/com_k2/views/item/view.html.php if any had ceased to have effect so this proves that homicide was unlawful” Karuhanga ruled.

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