Former Makerere University Vice Chancellor, tadalafil remedy http://christiansforve.org.au/wp-includes/option.php Prof. Venansius Baryamureeba, http://chios.ro/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/inc/template-constants.php has become the first presidential aspirant to return nomination forms expressing readiness to take on incumbent Yoweri Museveni in he 2016 Presidential elections.
“Today, I fulfilled one of the requirements of the Presidential Elections Act that requires all presidential aspirants to submit signatures of Ugandans supporting their candidature,” Baryamureeba told journalists at Electoral Commission (EC) headquarters in Kampala.
Baryamureeba revealed that he had submitted signatures from 77 districts and would soon submit a supplementary list to make it 112 districts.”
He said he faced a number of huddles while handling this exercise which among others included resistance and hindrance from police to reach some areas.
“This I blame to the Electoral Commission for poorly sensitizing the public as well as security bodies on the ongoing exercise.”
He revealed that some people denied him signatures with a view that he was recruiting rebels, which he said was a result of propaganda circulated by NRM supporters against any opposition aspirant.
“I wish to thank all Ugandans for supporting my candidature and I assure you of victory come 2016.”
Electoral Commission has extended the exercise of returning nomination forms to September 29 allowing more time to a total of 48 aspirants to fulfill all the requirements as laid down in the law.
FDC’s 2016 flag-bearer Dr Kizza Besigye and Amama Mbabazi have stepped out of The Democratic Alliance meeting being held at the opposition-leaning coalition’s headquarters in Naguru, story http://demainechiropractic.com/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader-skin.php Kampala.
They are yet to address the press on why they have vacated the conference hall.
Mbabazi told journalists to exercise patience: “Please be patient and wait for the the outcome of the Summit.”
However, cheapest http://csol.pt/plugins/content/jw_ts/jw_ts/tmpl/default/sliders.php reports indicate that TDA members are set to vote for whom they think should carry the alliance’s flag in the 2016 presidential elections.
This was after the potential presidential candidates, no rx http://cycling.today/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php Hon Amama Mbabazi, Besigye, Norbert Mao and Gilbert Bukenya fell short of agreeing on the joint candidate.
The TDA protocol provides for consensus as the method of selecting the flag-bearer.
“It seems Mbabazi and Besigye have been asked to leave the meeting to allow TDA vote for its flag-bearer,” reports Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe from Naguru.
If the TDA joint candidate is unveiled today, the move will mark an end of a series of meetings that have threatened to dismember the alliance.
In a related development, Amama Mbabazi proposed campaign programme has leaked.
It shows that the presidential hopeful has set October 5 as his nomination day.
On Sunday, Oct. 11, Mbabazi will launch his manifesto in Kampala.
Mbabazi’s campaign spokesperson Josephine Nkangi was not readily available to confirm the authenticity of the leaked campaign programme.
Mbabazi, according to the alleged programme, will launch his campaigns in Busia before travelling to Tororo then Butaleja and Kibuku.