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President Yoweri Museveni has said he has nothing to lose even if John Patrick Amama Mbabazi decided to reveal his secrets and those of government like he threatened to.

While campaigning in Northern Uganda recently, ailment http://cotro.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-panel.php former Prime Minister and Minister for security Amama Mbabazi threatened to reveal secrets of the president and government that he served for three decades.

Addressing journalists on Thursday morning at Morolinga state lodge in Napak district, symptoms http://damnyouautocorrect.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/scb/load.php the president said he has nothing to hide from the 50 years he has been in the struggle plus the 30 years he spent as president

“I have been in government for 30 years and there is nothing I fear that anybody can bring out in public. There are people we killed in the war but he is free to go and put it on TV or in public and I will be happy, pill ”Museveni said.

The president said he is not sure whether it would be criminal or legal putting out government secret in public but added that some of these need to be confidential and therefore ethical not to be exposed.

“It is only ethical to keep quiet so as not to damage government work. For example it would not be good to expose government spies. It is too bad for Mbabazi and he cannot be president if he can reveal government secrets,” He added.

“That I fear Mbabazi will do anything! I absolutely fear nothing .If he wants he should go on to reveal what he wants.”

 
President Yoweri Museveni has said he has nothing to lose even if John Patrick Amama Mbabazi decided to reveal his secrets and those of government like he threatened to.

While campaigning in Northern Uganda recently, capsule http://conversionxl.com/wp-includes/ms-settings.php former Prime Minister and Minister for security Amama Mbabazi threatened to reveal secrets of the president and government that he served for three decades.

Addressing journalists on Thursday morning at Morolinga state lodge in Napak district, the president said he has nothing to hide from the 50 years he has been in the struggle plus the 30 years he spent as president

“I have been in government for 30 years and there is nothing I fear that anybody can bring out in public. There are people we killed in the war but he is free to go and put it on TV or in public and I will be happy,”Museveni said.

The president said he is not sure whether it would be criminal or legal putting out government secrets in public but added that some of these needed to remain confidential.

“It is only ethical to keep quiet so as not to damage government work. For example it would not be good to expose government spies. It is bad for Mbabazi and he cannot be president if he can reveal government secrets,” he added.

“That I fear Mbabazi will do anything? I absolutely fear nothing .If he wants he should go on to reveal what he wants.”

 
President Yoweri Museveni has said he has nothing to lose even if John Patrick Amama Mbabazi decided to reveal his secrets and those of government like he threatened to.

While campaigning in Northern Uganda recently, medicine http://channelingerik.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/listo.php former Prime Minister and Minister for security Amama Mbabazi threatened to reveal secrets of the president and government that he served for three decades.

Addressing journalists on Thursday morning at Morolinga state lodge in Napak district, cure http://ccrail.com/wp-content/themes/thesis/lib/admin/file_editor.php the president said he has nothing to hide from the 50 years he has been in the struggle plus the 30 years he spent as president

“I have been in government for 30 years and there is nothing I fear that anybody can bring out in public. There are people we killed in the war but he is free to go and put it on TV or in public and I will be happy,”Museveni said.

The president said he is not sure whether it would be criminal or legal putting out government secrets in public but added that some of these needed to remain confidential.

“It is only ethical to keep quiet so as not to damage government work. For example it would not be good to expose government spies. It is bad for Mbabazi and he cannot be president if he can reveal government secrets,” he added.

“That I fear Mbabazi will do anything? I absolutely fear nothing! If he wants he should go on to reveal what he wants.”

 
The National Resistance Movement has responded to the complaints made by Amama Mbabazi, recipe http://crossfit908.com/wp-admin/includes/widgets.php alleging that NRM Supporters are disrupting his rallies.

Mbabazi wrote to the Electoral Commission complaining about the alleged harassment of his supporters.

Independent presidential candidate, abortion http://cellulitzwalczyc.xyz/wp-includes/general-template.php Amama MbabazI through his lawyers, generic Fred Muwema and John Mary Mugisha, wrote to the Electoral Commission and asked the chairman, Dr Badru Kigundu to take serious action against the perpetrators.

Mbabazi accused the incumbent President Museveni and his supporters of intimidating his supporters in Hoima and Fort Portal when they sent Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde in a helicopter to land at his campaign venues.

In regards to this , Justine Kasule Lumumba, the NRM Secretary General  wrote to the Electoral Commission saying no disruptions of any Mbabazi public rallies has been made by Museveni supporters.

He said the helicopter which landed at Boma was a civilian and not a military craft, whose aesthetics cannot possibly cause apprehension.

“We are informed by the owner of the helicopter that it landed many hours before people gathered and it was on ground for less than 20 minutes,” the letter from NRM to EC reads in part.

NRM also said on the said date, Mbabazi was supposed to be in Gulu.

“According to the harmonized program which was agreed and signed by all candidates, Hon Mbabazi was supposed to be in Gulu. The Electoral Commission did state that any change in program would occur after consultation with all candidates.”

“No consultation was made with NRM or its candidate and neither was there prior notification of the change done. How then were the NRM Supporters supposed to know that Mbabazi had changed rally venue from Gulu to FortPortal?” The letter further reads.

Mbabazi also said that NRM supporters held a mini rally to disrupt the presidential candidate’s procession to his public rally.

He claimed that NRM supporters held a provocative roadside rally near the NRM Seeta office as the independent candidate proceeded to Mukono for a rally.

In response to this, Lumumba said processions are not a public rally. He added that no rally was held at NRM Seeta offices.

He pointed out that it’s difficult to see how party activity at the NRM offices in Seeta can affect a rally being held 5km away in Mukono.

The NRM secretariat also revealed that they have no knowledge of the allegations made against them in regards to NRM Supporters defacing Mbabazi posters.

Lumumba therefore noted that no disruptions of any Mbabazi public rallies have been made by NRM supporters as alleged.

The Secretariat requested the Electoral Commission to prevail upon Mbabazi and his supporters to desist from provocation of the peaceful NRM supporters, that they will no doubt continue to encounter on the campaign trail.
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Mbabazi wrote to the Electoral Commission complaining about the alleged harassment of his supporters.

Independent presidential candidate, Amama MbabazI through his lawyers, Fred Muwema and John Mary Mugisha, wrote to the Electoral Commission and asked the chairman, Dr Badru Kigundu to take serious action against the perpetrators.

Mbabazi accused the incumbent President Museveni and his supporters of intimidating his supporters in Hoima and Fort Portal when they sent Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde in a helicopter to land at his campaign venues.

In regards to this, Justine Kasule Lumumba, the Secretary General wrote to the Electoral Commission on behalf of NRM, saying no disruptions of any Mbabazi public rallies has been made by Museveni supporters.

He said the helicopter which landed at Boma was a civilian and not a military craft, whose aesthetics cannot possibly cause apprehension.

“We are informed by the owner of the helicopter that it landed many hours before people gathered and it was on ground for less than 20 minutes,” the letter from NRM to EC reads in part.

NRM also said on the said date, Mbabazi was supposed to be in Gulu.

“According to the harmonized program which was agreed and signed by all candidates, Hon Mbabazi was supposed to be in Gulu. The Electoral Commission did state that any change in program would occur after consultation with all candidates.”

“No consultation was made with NRM or its candidate and neither was there prior notification of the change done. How then were the NRM Supporters supposed to know that Mbabazi had changed rally venue from Gulu to FortPortal?” The letter further reads.

Mbabazi also said that NRM supporters held a mini rally to disrupt the presidential candidate’s procession to his public rally.

He claimed that NRM supporters held a provocative roadside rally near the NRM Seeta office as the independent candidate proceeded to Mukono for a rally.

In response to this, Lumumba said processions are not a public rally. He added that no rally was held at NRM Seeta offices.

He pointed out that it’s difficult to see how party activity at the NRM offices in Seeta can affect a rally being held 5km away in Mukono.

The NRM secretariat also revealed that they have no knowledge of the allegations made against them in regards to NRM Supporters defacing Mbabazi posters.

Lumumba therefore noted that no disruptions of any Mbabazi public rallies have been made by NRM supporters as alleged.

The Secretariat requested the Electoral Commission to prevail upon Mbabazi and his supporters to desist from provocation of the peaceful NRM supporters, that they will no doubt continue to encounter on the campaign trail.
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Mbabazi wrote to the Electoral Commission complaining about the alleged harassment of his supporters.

Independent presidential candidate, http://currencymeter.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-tracker.php Amama MbabazI through his lawyers, http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpext.php Fred Muwema and John Mary Mugisha, wrote to the Electoral Commission and asked the chairman, Dr Badru Kigundu to take serious action against the perpetrators.

Mbabazi accused the incumbent President Museveni and his supporters of intimidating his supporters in Hoima and Fort Portal when they sent Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde in a helicopter to land at his campaign venues.

In regards to this, Justine Kasule Lumumba, the Secretary General wrote to the Electoral Commission on behalf of NRM, saying no disruptions of any Mbabazi public rallies has been made by Museveni supporters.

He said the helicopter which landed at Boma was a civilian and not a military craft, whose aesthetics cannot possibly cause apprehension.

“We are informed by the owner of the helicopter that it landed many hours before people gathered and it was on ground for less than 20 minutes,” the letter from NRM to EC reads in part.

NRM also said on the said date, Mbabazi was supposed to be in Gulu.

“According to the harmonized program which was agreed and signed by all candidates, Hon Mbabazi was supposed to be in Gulu. The Electoral Commission did state that any change in program would occur after consultation with all candidates.”

“No consultation was made with NRM or its candidate and neither was there prior notification of the change done. How then were the NRM Supporters supposed to know that Mbabazi had changed rally venue from Gulu to FortPortal?” The letter further reads.

Mbabazi also said that NRM supporters held a mini rally to disrupt the presidential candidate’s procession to his public rally.

He claimed that NRM supporters held a provocative roadside rally near the NRM Seeta office as the independent candidate proceeded to Mukono for a rally.

In response to this, Lumumba said processions are not a public rally. He added that no rally was held at NRM Seeta offices.

He pointed out that it’s difficult to see how party activity at the NRM offices in Seeta can affect a rally being held 5km away in Mukono.

The NRM secretariat also revealed that they have no knowledge of the allegations made against them in regards to NRM Supporters defacing Mbabazi posters.

Lumumba therefore noted that no disruptions of any Mbabazi public rallies have been made by NRM supporters as alleged.

The Secretariat requested the Electoral Commission to prevail upon Mbabazi and his supporters to desist from provocation of the peaceful NRM supporters, that they will no doubt continue to encounter on the campaign trail.
The National Resistance Movement has responded to the complaints made by Amama Mbabazi, buy http://demcsb.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php alleging that NRM Supporters are disrupting his rallies.

Mbabazi wrote to the Electoral Commission complaining about the alleged harassment of his supporters.

Independent presidential candidate, http://deltadiner.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/updates/woocommerce-update-2.0.php Amama MbabazI through his lawyers, http://coralescarpiello.it/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/page-templates/full-width.php Fred Muwema and John Mary Mugisha, wrote to the Electoral Commission and asked the chairman, Dr Badru Kigundu to take serious action against the perpetrators.

Mbabazi accused the incumbent President Museveni and his supporters of intimidating his supporters in Hoima and Fort Portal when they sent Lt Gen Henry Tumukunde in a helicopter to land at his campaign venues.

In regards to this, Justine Kasule Lumumba, the Secretary General wrote to the Electoral Commission on behalf of NRM, saying no disruptions of any Mbabazi public rallies has been made by Museveni supporters.

He said the helicopter which landed at Boma was a civilian and not a military craft, whose aesthetics cannot possibly cause apprehension.

“We are informed by the owner of the helicopter that it landed many hours before people gathered and it was on ground for less than 20 minutes,” the letter from NRM to EC reads in part.

NRM noted that on the said date, Mbabazi was supposed to be in Gulu.

“According to the harmonized program which was agreed and signed by all candidates, Hon Mbabazi was supposed to be in Gulu. The Electoral Commission did state that any change in program would occur after consultation with all candidates.”

“No consultation was made with NRM or its candidate and neither was there prior notification of the change done. How then were the NRM Supporters supposed to know that Mbabazi had changed rally venue from Gulu to FortPortal?” The letter further reads.

Mbabazi also said that NRM supporters held a mini rally to disrupt the presidential candidate’s procession to his public rally.

He claimed that NRM supporters held a provocative roadside rally near the NRM Seeta office as the independent candidate proceeded to Mukono for a rally.

In response to this, Lumumba said processions are not a public rally. He added that no rally was held at NRM Seeta offices.

He pointed out that it’s difficult to see how party activity at the NRM offices in Seeta can affect a rally being held 5km away in Mukono.

The NRM secretariat also revealed that they have no knowledge of the allegations made against them in regards to NRM Supporters defacing Mbabazi posters.

Lumumba therefore noted that no disruptions of any Mbabazi public rallies have been made by NRM supporters as alleged.

The Secretariat requested the Electoral Commission to prevail upon Mbabazi and his supporters to desist from provocation of the peaceful NRM supporters, that they will no doubt continue to encounter on the campaign trail.
Ethiopia’s and world running legend Haile Gebrselassie has officially called it quits for competitive races. Selasie is the biggest name in athletics across the region and the continent in general for his back-to-back golden achievements in the world junior and senior championships and Olympic games.

“It is now time for me to go. this is now officially because for sure you will not see me in competitive race again. Sunday’s was my last, visit http://curiousmediums.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-widgets.php ” Gebrselassie told Ethiopian media.

The two time Olympic winner had announced retirement after finishing 16th at the Great Manchester Run early in May but made a surprise U-turn when he turned up for the Great Ethiopian Run in Addis Ababa on Sunday.

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