Presidential Candidate Amama Mbabazi has halted the launch of his manifesto but will continue campaigning next week, order http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php Chimp Corps report.
“The Manifesto launch that was slated for today has been postponed to allow for a peer review, adiposity http://defur.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugin-install-list-table.php ” said Mbabazi in a brief statement on Saturday.
“We are also using this time to allow our TDA (U) partners time to integrate their ideas in the Manifesto.”
The former Prime Minister was expected to launch his manifesto today in Kampala.
Only Yoweri Museveni and Prof Venansius Baryamureeba have issued manifestos for public scrutiny.
Other candidates claim having manifestos which are yet to be released to the public, raising questions about their seriousness in the presidential race.
It’s only in Uganda where presidential candidates commence campaigns before issuing their manifestos.
Wamala Jonathan Mulindwa Junior posted on Mbabazi’s page: “Forward we go? Without a manifesto and you are campaigning.”
Kyagwe Tony responded: “But we need a manifesto to guide our campaigns.”
Mbabazi urged patience, saying the manifesto will be launched in future.
“We appreciate your patience and understanding and will inform you of the new date for the launch,” he said.
The government of Kenya has come out to condemn the terror attacks on Paris, sildenafil http://conversionxl.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-hooks.php France on Friday evening where at least 128 people were killed and hundreds injured in what has been termed as the deadliest attack in recent years.
In a press statement released on Saturday, http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-plugins.php the Kenyan government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs extended its condolences to France.
“The people and the Government of Kenya stand fully in solidarity with the people and Government of France at this difficult time when our common survival is threatened. Today we mourn with the families and friends of the innocent civilians whose lives were destroyed by evil,” read the statement.
“As a nation that has suffered from terror attacks, we are outraged and reaffirm our strong and unwavering determination to relentlessly prosecute the global war against terror, and with our partners pursue terrorist groups and their networks. Like the people of Kenya, all people of goodwill must rededicate themselves to our common global values and our chosen way of life”
Kenya further reaffirmed the democratic values of liberty, equality and fraternity that were advanced by the French in the famous 1789 French revolution.
Several blasts and shootings were reported in 6 different locations in Paris on Friday night and media reports indicate that 128 were killed while at least 180 remain injured.
It is reported that unknown armed men shot people at restaurants and bars including the Bataclan concert hall where 80 people were shot dead and others taken hostage.
Kenya government said in a statement that,“We commit ourselves to protecting those timeless values from those who share nothing with us. They repudiate the embrace of diverse beliefs and cultures in a common humanity, choosing instead narrow, intolerant, punitive and hateful identities.”
“We stand with France today in sorrow for their losses as well as with a strong resolve to fight terrorism together until we are all free from this menace.”
Kenya has in the recent past come under similar terror attacks especially at Garissa University where students were held hostage and at least 148 people killed.
Muhoozi speaks out
Meanwhile, Uganda Special Forces Commander, Muhoozi Kainerugaba is the first senior Ugandan official to condemn the attacks in Paris.
“Our hearts go out to the families of the victims of the latest terrorist attack in Paris. God bless,” he Tweeted on Saturday morning.
The SFC has in recent years equipped its elite units with special counter terrorism training to deal with terrorist attacks, kidnappings, reconnaissance and paratrooping.