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Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) Publicity Secretary, treatment http://craigpatchett.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/scb/util.php Wafula Oguttu has confirmed that the political organisation is in talks with former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi as the opposition plans to field a joint candidate against President Museveni in the 2016 elections.

“We haven’t talked to Mbabazi personally but we have met his delegation; we are actually in talks with all other individuals and groups that are pursuing peaceful democratic change, this web http://crewftlbr.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/asset/admin.php ” Wafula confirmed.

This follows media reports that opposition are in the final stages of rolling out a single candidate, see http://cprescue.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/templates/forms/event-editor.php preferably Mbabazi to give Museveni a run for his money.

The NRM recently endorsed Museveni as their sole candidate in the upcoming presidential race.

ChimpReports understands the FDC National Council meeting that was held last week passed a resolution that the party would support a single candidate fronted against the ruling party’s flag-bearer.

Wafula said the party is “so much determined to support any candidate that the opposition, civil society organizations, religious groups and all democratic seeking Ugandans will front against President Museveni.”

Mbabazi on Sunday told a group of Councillors from Kibaale District that his much-anticipated announcement on his take on the presidency is imminent: “You have waited for years, months and now it’s only days and I will tell you the good news.”

He added: “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.

The former powerful NRM Secretary General is widely expected to announce his 2016 presidential bid in June.

Wafula on the other hand noted that the former party president, Dr. Kizza Besigye is free to compete for the party flag since he is a member of the party.

“Besigye being elected at Secretary for Mobilization in Rukungiri is just aimed at enabling him attend the special Delegates Conference on June 12 but not fielding him as a party flag bearer,” said Wafula.

The FDC stalwart added, “Besigye like any other party member is by the party constitution free to contest for the party flag in a national presidential election.”

Wafula however observed that so far there has been no other member that has expressed interest in holding the party flag for 2016 elections apart from the party president, Gen. Mugisha Muntu but believes members will soon come on board.
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This follows media reports that opposition are in the final stages of rolling out a single candidate, tadalafil preferably Mbabazi to give Museveni a run for his money.

The NRM recently endorsed Museveni as their sole candidate in the upcoming presidential race.

ChimpReports understands the FDC National Council meeting held last week passed a resolution that it would support a single candidate fronted against the ruling party’s flag-bearer.

Wafula said the party is “so much determined to support any candidate that the opposition, civil society organizations, religious groups and all democracy-seeking Ugandans will front against President Museveni.”

Mbabazi on Sunday told a group of Councillors from Kibaale District that his much-anticipated announcement on his take on the presidency is imminent: “You have waited for years, months and now it’s only days and I will tell you the good news.”

He added: “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.

The former powerful NRM Secretary General is widely expected to announce his 2016 presidential bid in June.

Wafula on the other hand noted that the former party president, Dr. Kizza Besigye is free to compete for the party flag since he is a member of the party.

“Besigye being elected at Secretary for Mobilization in Rukungiri is just aimed at enabling him attend the special Delegates Conference on June 12 but not fielding him as a party flag bearer,” said Wafula.

The FDC stalwart added, “Besigye like any other party member is by the party constitution free to contest for the party flag in a national presidential election.”

Wafula however observed that so far there has been no other member that has expressed interest in holding the party flag for 2016 elections apart from the party president, Gen. Mugisha Muntu but believes members will soon come on board.
Dickens Otim and Isaac Omedo lifted their first tour playing as a team during the 2nd leg of the Castle Lite National Beach Volleyball Tour at Lido Beach Entebbe on Sunday.

The two outclassed the pairing of Isaac Ongom/ Mbonyuwantuma Jean Luc (Rwandan) by two straight sets of 21-15 and 23-21. The duo had registered the same kind of results in the earlier stage, erectile http://chipinhead.com/wp-includes/class-wp-widget-factory.php thrashing Kathbert  Malinga (Uganda U21) and Elias Isiagi  2-0 [24-22, erectile http://cleaningexperts.be/media/widgetkit/widgets/twitter/styles/list/template.php 21-14] in the semifinals.

The other Finalists pair of Ivan Ongom & Jean Luc Mbonyuwontuma progressed to the final after beating Deo Nsereko and Henry Bbaale in semifinals by a similar 2-0.

The two-day event was grossly affected by the rising water levels at the beach, http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php forcing the event organizers to drop the second round phase and entered directly into the semifinals stage due to the increased water level at the beach.

The usable courts were reduced from four to only two; one each for the men and women.  The circumstantial clause of the National Tour regulations was activated and the mode of play changed in preliminaries; The men played best of three of 15 points while women went for best of two same as the third place playoffs. The best of three of 21 rule was used in the semifinals and finals respectively.

In the women’s category, duo of Christine Alupo and Peace Busingye scooped the prize after seeing off the new pair of Eunice Amuron & Sharon Pajije in another two straight sets of 21-12 and 21-16.

They had earlier beaten Diana Agaba Businge and Saidat Nnungi in the semifinals by 2-0 (21-13, 21-11) while their fellow finalists secured the last slot by comprehensively and convincingly thrashing the partnership of Lillian Wanjiku (Kenyan) and Moreen Kashemire (2-0) 21-07, 21-06. A total of 39 teams took part in the two day tour,

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