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Besigye: I Came Back Because Museveni Has No Match Yet

FDC Presidential Flag bearer Col Kizza Besigye

The Inspector General of the Police, visit this site http://ciencialili.org/libraries/joomla/utilities/date.php Gen Edward Kale Kayihura has donated 48 computers to Mutolere Primary School in Kisoro District.

The function took place at the school premises in Nyakabande sub-county Kisoro district on Thursday.

ASP Edson Niyonshima, generic http://ceris.ca/wp-includes/embed.php who represented the police chief urged parents to cooperate with teachers for the well fare of their children.

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The IGP, visit this who is an Old Boy of the school, acquired the computers from his American friend.

The Kisoro Resident District Commissioner,  PulKeria Muhindo Mwine hailed the teachers and said Mutolere primary school is one of the best performing UPE schools in Kisoro district.

Kisoro RDC Pulkeria and IGPs PA Edson at the function.

Kisoro RDC Pulkeria and IGPs PA Edson at the function.

She added that many people despise government schools because of poor performance but attributed the vice to lazy head teachers.

The Primary School head teacher Sister  Christine Dushime hailed the police chief for the continued support that has enhanced smooth running of the school.

She also revealed that Kayihura also offers staff meals, motivation, and rewards best students among other offers.

The head teacher also said the school in 2014 had 8 pupils in first grade, 45 in second grade and was optimistic that this year`s performance would be better than last year.

The Kisoro District woman aspiring MP Rose Kabagyeni said that the world is in technological advancement and therefore hailed IGP for the initiative.

She further requested him to extend the program to other schools.

The ceremony was also attended by the District information officer Karemera Alfred, the district speaker Byensi expedito and other dignitaries.
The Commander-in-Chief of the South Sudan rebel movement, pharm http://dcointl.com/wp-admin/includes/edit-tag-messages.php SPLA- In Opposition, website like this http://chompdigital.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/infinite-scroll.php Dr. Riek Machar has promoted 21 of his generals including the general Chief of Staff, Gen. Simon Gatwech Dual.

In an express order issued on Friday, Dr. Machar who is also the First Vice President designate said the rank elevation of his battle hardened comrades is in line with the April 2014 Nassir Consultative Conference.

At the beginning of the war the rebel movement and Machar himself was based in the thick bushes of Nassir which is in the Upper Nile state. In May 2014 Machar moved to the neighboring Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa and the SPLA-IO base was consequently moved to Pagak town which borders the Horn of African nation.

Gen. Gatwech was promoted from second lieutenant general to first lieutenant with the immediate effect of 21stDecember last year.

“In pursuant to resolutions of Nasir consultative conference, I, Riek Machar Teny-Dhurgon, Chairman and Commander-in-Chief of SPLM/SPLA do hereby promote Lt. Gen. Simon Gatwech Dual to the rank of 1st Lt. General with effect from the 21st December 2014,” Part of the 4 series of express orders reads.

Maj. Gen. Johnson Olonywho was recently elevated in command cycle with Maj. Gen. James KoangChuolto Commander Special Division (1) and Deputy Chief of Staff in charge of operations respectively were also promoted to the ranks of lieutenant generals.

Other major generals promoted to lieutenant generals are James YichBiet, Moses ChotRik, Elias Jada Laku, DauAturjongNyuol, Peter DorMonjur, John Both Teny and Saddam ChayoutManyangWuor.

Meanwhile 11 brigadier generals of the SPLA-IO are now two star generals. The new major generals are RuaiKuolJal, MagwekGaiMajak, Michael Ciengjiek, Daniel KoangChuolGoach, Dang YieiThanypiny, Peter ThuokChuolLuak and Martin KenyiTerensio, KoangGatkuothKerjok, Thomas BazilioTindo Kali, Khamis Abdel LatifChauwelChol and Wesley Welebe Samson.

The rebel forces are expected to integrate with mainstream SPLA under President Salva Kiir and it remains a puzzle if the Juba regime is going to recognize the military promotion in SPLA-IO.
Still in the eye of the storm following the breakdown of another opposition alliance against President Yoweri Museveni and the NRM Government, view http://compraresenzaricettaonline.com/wp-includes/bookmark-template.php FDC’s Col Dr Kizza Besigye has come out to alleviate himself of the blame.

Besigye and his camp this week came under intense critique for “refusing to lose” against former Prime Minister Hon Amama Mbabazi in The Democratic Alliance [TDA]’s quest for a single candidate to battle incumbent President Yoweri Museveni in the coming presidential elections.

Long hours of day and night deliberations bore no fruit and on Wednesday night, look the coalition Summit gave in to let both Col Besigye and Hon Amama Mbabazi participate in next year’s elections.

Dr Besigye, who failed on the previous three attempts to dislodge the three-decade NRM regime, has been questioned for frustrating efforts for a new shot at defeating Museveni.

One of the key figures in the collapsed TDA, Hon Norbert Mao believes the FDC flag bearer is now fatigued and that the voters in their human nature have had enough of him and would want to see a new face — better or worse.

“Actually, Besigye’s campaign this time may not be about winning the election but stirring the waters. If we want to win, we should give it our best shot,” he says.

However, while appearing on a radio talk show in Kampala this morning, Col Besigye explained his persistence on contesting against President Museveni, saying that he hasn’t seen a better option available.

Besigye said on the Capital Gang that while the population cannot claim lack of people with the capacity to topple the NRM regime; these people have refused to come to the forefront.

“If we had a wide choice of people, we would not be where we are; may be,” he stressed. “But politics has been left to the people who are not the best that this country could offer,” he said.

A year after losing for the third time against President Museveni in 2011, Dr Besigye retired mid-term from the leadership of the country’s leading opposition party.

He however came back recently to trounce the new party President Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu in a land slide victory to become the FDC flag bearer in the coming presidential elections.

He has also expressed strong reservations against Hon Amama Mbabazi who he says doesn’t espouse the tenets of a real opposition leader, and “isn’t worth taking a risk for.”

Col Besigye expressed dismay over critics of his return, who he says have problems with him as a person but have nothing wrong to hold against him.

“They should be asking if I have been campaigning unfairly within my party, frustrating democratic processes and emerging as flag bearer without due process…”

“There’s nothing wrong with me coming to offer myself to carry the flag of the party. No one in and out the party has questioned the process through which I was elected flag bearer.”

He added, “I will continue to contest because I still think that I can offer something.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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