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Former Prime Minister and NRM Secretary General Amama Mbabazi has told President Museveni to consider the demands made by the public and work upon delivering them.

Mbabazi made the remarks while meeting 34 councillors from Kibaale District council who visited meet him at his home in Kololo, visit web http://charlieacourt.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-site-icon.php Kampala on Sunday.

The officials said they intended to present to him what they termed as challenges facing the district which they wanted him to address.

Speaking in parables, the former leader of government business in Parliament said leaders have to deliver services to their people so that even if they leave, a milestone from their achievements can be seen.

“It’s not the number of years you have been on earth but you ought to do what people want so that even if you are not around, a landmark is left and people will always remember you,” Mbabazi, whose presidential ambitions triggered a rift with President Museveni, told the councillors from Kibaale on Sunday.

The former powerful NRM Secretary General told councillors who asked him to find mechanisms of improving Kibaale’s health services, education and other social amenities that the problems affecting them are felt countrywide.

Mbabazi addressing the councillors at his plush residence in Kampala

Mbabazi addressing the councillors at his plush residence in Kampala

“You have waited for years, months and now it’s only days and I will tell you the good news. I will tell the people of Kibaale, the country and the whole world the news soon. You know I am still powerful and trust me I will take your voice wherever you want me to,” Mbabazi told the councillors.

Mbabazi is widely expected to announce his 2016 presidential bid in June.

When tasked to explain why he has kept the country on tenterhooks for long without declaring his next move, Mbabazi compared himself to a cook who will always take his time to announce that food is ready.

“If the food is ready, I will serve you.”

Regarding the security of NRM members who visit him and show willingness to join his side, Mbabazi said his home is an open place for anyone willing to pay him a visit adding that everyone is free to join whichever side they want.

“In Uganda we have freedom and anyone is free to associate with me as well as not to. I don’t think anyone associating with me endangers their life be it in NRM or outside the party.”

He was also put to task to explain whether he still relies on support from top NRM party youth leaders such as Omodo Omodo who a few months ago switched to President Museveni’s side.

He responded: ”All NRM members associate with me including the President. Even if he invited me to meet him, I would go but my position and opinion on the sole candidacy and the party democracy won’t change. The fact that I have met the president doesn’t change my mind.”

Mbabazi said the youth met Museveni and that he had allowed them to do so but quickly added this doesn’t change their minds and opinions they held before the State House meeting.

 
Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has told President Museveni to consider the demands made by the public and work upon delivering them.

Mbabazi made the remarks while meeting 34 councillors from Kibaale District council who visited meet him at his home in Kololo, view http://dayacounselling.on.ca/wp-includes/ms-files.php Kampala on Sunday.

The officials said they intended to present to him what they termed as challenges facing the district which they wanted him to address.

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“It’s not the number of years you have been on earth but you ought to do what people want so that even if you are not around, a landmark is left and people will always remember you,” Mbabazi, whose presidential ambitions triggered a rift with President Museveni, told the councillors from Kibaale on Sunday.

The former powerful NRM Secretary General told councillors who asked him to find mechanisms of improving Kibaale’s health services, education and other social amenities that the problems affecting them are felt countrywide.

Mbabazi addressing the councillors at his plush residence in Kampala

Mbabazi addressing the councillors at his plush residence in Kampala

“You have waited for years, months and now it’s only days and I will tell you the good news. I will tell the people of Kibaale, the country and the whole world the news soon. You know I am still powerful and trust me I will take your voice wherever you want me to,” Mbabazi told the councillors.

Mbabazi is widely expected to announce his 2016 presidential bid in June.

When tasked to explain why he has kept the country on tenterhooks for long without declaring his next move, Mbabazi compared himself to a cook who will always take his time to announce that food is ready.

“If the food is ready, I will serve you.”

Regarding the security of NRM members who visit him and show willingness to join his side, Mbabazi said his home is an open place for anyone willing to pay him a visit adding that everyone is free to join whichever side they want.

“In Uganda we have freedom and anyone is free to associate with me as well as not to. I don’t think anyone associating with me endangers their life be it in NRM or outside the party.”

He was also put to task to explain whether he still relies on support from top NRM party youth leaders such as Omodo Omodo who a few months ago switched to President Museveni’s side.

He responded: ”All NRM members associate with me including the President. Even if he invited me to meet him, I would go but my position and opinion on the sole candidacy and the party democracy won’t change. The fact that I have met the president doesn’t change my mind.”

Mbabazi said the youth met Museveni and that he had allowed them to do so but quickly added this doesn’t change their minds and opinions they held before the State House meeting.

 
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The officials said they intended to present to him what they termed as challenges facing the district which they wanted him to address.

Speaking in parables, the former leader of government business in Parliament said leaders have to deliver services to their people to leave behind visible signs of their achievements.

“It’s not the number of years you have been on earth but you ought to do what people want so that even if you are not around, a landmark is left and people will always remember you,” Mbabazi, whose presidential ambitions triggered a rift with President Museveni, told the councillors from Kibaale on Sunday.

The former powerful NRM Secretary General told councillors who asked him to find mechanisms of improving Kibaale’s health services, education and other social amenities that the problems affecting them are felt countrywide.

Mbabazi addressing the councillors at his plush residence in Kampala

Mbabazi addressing the councillors at his plush residence in Kampala

“You have waited for years, months and now it’s only days and I will tell you the good news. I will tell the people of Kibaale, the country and the whole world the news soon. You know I am still powerful and trust me I will take your voice wherever you want me to,” Mbabazi told the councillors.

Mbabazi is widely expected to announce his 2016 presidential bid in June.

When tasked to explain why he has kept the country on tenterhooks for long without declaring his next move, Mbabazi compared himself to a cook who will always take his time to announce that food is ready.

“If the food is ready, I will serve you.”

Regarding the security of NRM members who visit him and show willingness to join his side, Mbabazi said his home is an open place for anyone willing to pay him a visit adding that everyone is free to join whichever side they want.

“In Uganda we have freedom and anyone is free to associate with me as well as not to. I don’t think anyone associating with me endangers their life be it in NRM or outside the party.”

He was also put to task to explain whether he still relies on support from top NRM party youth leaders such as Omodo Omodo who a few months ago switched to President Museveni’s side.

He responded: ”All NRM members associate with me including the President. Even if he invited me to meet him, I would go but my position and opinion on the sole candidacy and the party democracy won’t change. The fact that I have met the president doesn’t change my mind.”

Mbabazi said the youth met Museveni and that he had allowed them to do so but quickly added this doesn’t change their minds and opinions they held before the State House meeting.

 
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Mbabazi made the remarks while meeting 34 councillors from Kibaale District council who visited meet him at his home in Kololo, check http://clbattery.com/wp-includes/query.php Kampala on Sunday.

The officials said they intended to present to him what they termed as challenges facing the district which they wanted him to address.

Speaking in parables, the former leader of government business in Parliament said leaders have to deliver services to their people so that even if they leave, a milestone from their achievements can be seen.

“It’s not the number of years you have been on earth but you ought to do what people want so that even if you are not around, a landmark is left and people will always remember you,” Mbabazi, whose presidential ambitions triggered a rift with President Museveni, told the councillors from Kibaale on Sunday.

The former powerful NRM Secretary General told councillors who asked him to find mechanisms of improving Kibaale’s health services, education and other social amenities that the problems affecting them are felt countrywide.

Mbabazi addressing the councillors at his plush residence in Kampala

Mbabazi addressing the councillors at his plush residence in Kampala

“You have waited for years, months and now it’s only days and I will tell you the good news. I will tell the people of Kibaale, the country and the whole world the news soon. You know I am still powerful and trust me I will take your voice wherever you want me to,” Mbabazi told the councillors.

Mbabazi is widely expected to announce his 2016 presidential bid in June.

When tasked to explain why he has kept the country on tenterhooks for long without declaring his next move, Mbabazi compared himself to a cook who will always take his time to announce that food is ready.

“If the food is ready, I will serve you.”

Regarding the security of NRM members who visit him and show willingness to join his side, Mbabazi said his home is an open place for anyone willing to pay him a visit adding that everyone is free to join whichever side they want.

“In Uganda we have freedom and anyone is free to associate with me as well as not to. I don’t think anyone associating with me endangers their life be it in NRM or outside the party.”

He was also put to task to explain whether he still relies on support from top NRM party youth leaders such as Omodo Omodo who a few months ago switched to President Museveni’s side.

He responded: ”All NRM members associate with me including the President. Even if he invited me to meet him, I would go but my position and opinion on the sole candidacy and the party democracy won’t change. The fact that I have met the president doesn’t change my mind.”

Mbabazi said the youth met Museveni and that he had allowed them to do so but quickly added this doesn’t change their minds and opinions they held before the State House meeting.

 
Sadolin Paints Fc head coach Abdu Swamadu Msafiri has revealed to chimp sports that the club is in search of lethal goal poachers.

The coach also reveals that the team is in advanced talks with Crespo Asiku who was chopped off from rivals Bul Fc last Friday on grounds of ‘poor performance’ [our sources say the player was axed because he was linked to acts of witchcraft].

Asiku scored a total of five league goals and two cup goals for Bul Fc en route to their first ever appearance in the semifinals.

“We are currently in search of good strikers to help us solve our goal drought. Am in advance talks with Asiku who I believe will be a good additional upfront because of his prowess and experience.” The coach said.

“If we had an extra striker good at goals, more about http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.json-api-endpoints.php we would have finished in the best five positions” he added

Sadolin managed to stay on top of the league in their debut year finishing 12th with 37 points just six and three points adrift of sixth and  fifth placed Police Fc and Bul Fc respectively.

Coach Msafiri’s sentiments can be statistically supported by the fact that the team scored a paltry 23 goals [only Simba Fc, SC victoria and Entebbe fc scored less] with five of them on Fred Sseguja’s account.

Sadolin Fc’s injury prone captain and main lead striker only scored three goals while another striker in Mugabi has opted to return to the lower tier and feature for his mother team Kirinya-Jinja ss Fc where he left freely a year ago.

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