News

Chameloene, Mutiima to be Sued

Chameleone, with Mutima (R)

The return of former Coordinator of Intelligence Services, there http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/lightbox/54_set_vms_step2.php Gen David Sejusa has in the recent past caused mixed reactions from different Ugandans including opposition politicians.

Opposition Democratic Party President, http://crystalhills.org/media/widgetkit/widgets/slideset/slideset.php Norbert Mao has called upon the former spymaster, to ensure relevant army support if meaningful change is to be achieved in the country.

While addressing his very first press conference of the year, 2015, the DP president highlighted that the role of Sejusa in regime change should be ensuring that the opposition gains support from the army.

Header advertisement

“Now it is very important whose side the army is when a monumental change is taking place. Let me tell you; when the army decides to stick with the dictator, change is practically impossible,” Mao told journalists at the party headquarters in Kampala.

Mao added, “This has got historical evidence; UPC would have never crumbled, if the army had not abandoned Milton Obote. The same applies to Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and not forgetting; if the Romanian army had not abandoned Nicolai Chauchescu, he would still be ruling in his wheelchair.”

“When Museveni finally is only left with Kale Kayihura and a few hardliners, that will be an important point in time for revolutionary impacts,”

“As to whether Ssejusa is to play that role, I don’t know but I hope to meet him so that we may look for common ground that will facilitate the opposition alliance with the major aim of a united opposition front,” Mao concluded.

 
The return of former Coordinator of Intelligence Services, medications http://clintonbrook.com/wp-includes/class-requests.php Gen David Sejusa has in the recent past caused mixed reactions from different Ugandans including opposition politicians.

Opposition Democratic Party President, no rx http://clark-illustration.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/ossdl-cdn.php Norbert Mao has called upon the former spymaster, http://cheaplikesfollowers.com/wp-includes/class-wp-network.php to ensure relevant army support for the opposition if meaningful change is to be achieved in the country.

While addressing his very first press conference of the year, 2015, the DP president highlighted that the role of Sejusa in regime change should be ensuring that the opposition gains support from the army.

“Now, it is very important whose side the army is when a monumental change is taking place. Let me tell you; when the army decides to stick with the dictator, change is practically impossible,” Mao told journalists at the party headquarters in Kampala.

Mao added, “This has got historical evidence; UPC would have never crumbled, if the army had not abandoned Milton Obote. The same applies to Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and not forgetting; if the Romanian army had not abandoned Nicolai Chauchescu, he would still be ruling in his wheelchair.”

“When Museveni finally is only left with Kale Kayihura and a few hardliners, that will be an important point in time for revolutionary impacts,”

“As to whether Ssejusa is to play that role, I don’t know but I hope to meet him so that we may look for common ground that will facilitate the opposition alliance with the major aim of a united opposition front,” Mao concluded.

 
The return of former Coordinator of Intelligence Services, more about http://dan.rabarts.com/wp-includes/embed.php Gen David Sejusa has in the recent past caused mixed reactions from different Ugandans including opposition politicians.

Opposition Democratic Party President, view http://cmlsociety.org/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/menu/support.php Norbert Mao has called upon the former spymaster, thumb http://cheesejaguar.com/wp-includes/class-requests.php to ensure relevant army support for the opposition if meaningful change is to be achieved in the country.

While addressing his very first press conference of the year, 2015, the DP president highlighted that the role of Sejusa in regime change should be ensuring that the opposition gains support from the army.

“Now, it is very important whose side the army is when a monumental change is taking place. Let me tell you; when the army decides to stick with the dictator, change is practically impossible,” Mao told journalists at the party headquarters in Kampala.

Mao added, “This has got historical evidence; UPC would have never crumbled, if the army had not abandoned Milton Obote. The same applies to Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and not forgetting; if the Romanian army had not abandoned Nicolai Chauchescu, he would still be ruling in his wheelchair.”

“When Museveni finally is only left with Kale Kayihura and a few hardliners, that will be an important point in time for revolutionary impacts,”

“As to whether Gen Sejusa will play that role, I don’t know but I hope to meet him so that we look for common ground that will facilitate the opposition alliance with the major aim of a united opposition front,” Mao concluded.

 
The return of former Coordinator of Intelligence Services, stuff http://ckls.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sal/class.json-api-token.php Gen David Sejusa has in the recent past caused mixed reactions from different Ugandans including opposition politicians.

Opposition Democratic Party President, http://comoconquistarumamina.com.br/wp-admin/includes/file.php Norbert Mao has called upon the former spymaster, http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/3rd-party/buddypress.php to ensure relevant army support for the opposition if meaningful change is to be achieved in the country.

While addressing his very first press conference of the year, 2015, the DP president highlighted that the role of Sejusa in regime change should be ensuring that the opposition gains support from the army.

“Now, it is very important whose side the army is when a monumental change is taking place. Let me tell you; when the army decides to stick with the dictator, change is practically impossible,” Mao told journalists at the party headquarters in Kampala.

Mao added, “This has got historical evidence; UPC would have never crumbled, if the army had not abandoned Milton Obote. The same applies to Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and not forgetting; if the Romanian army had not abandoned Nicolai Chauchescu, he would still be ruling in his wheelchair.”

“When Museveni finally is only left with Kale Kayihura and a few hardliners, that will be an important point in time for revolutionary impacts,”

“As to whether Gen Sejusa will play that role, I don’t know but I hope to meet him so that we look for common ground that will facilitate the opposition alliance with the major aim of a united opposition front,” Mao concluded.

 
The ruling National Resistance Movement party`s Central Executive Committee is yet again expected to sit on Wednesday at State House Entebbe to deliberate on an unannounced agenda.

This website has learnt that party chairman; President Yoweri Museveni summoned all CEC members many of whom are still enjoying festive season at their upcountry homes, ailment http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpext.php to converge in Entebbe on the morning of January 7.

The Wednesday meeting, viagra sale http://comotenerunabuenaereccion.com/wp-content/plugins/seo-magico-pro/plurk/plurk_api.php according to source,s is to conclude on the new NRM Secretariat officials who were recently appointed by the party chairman and forwarded to CEC, thanks to new amendments that granted the powers to him.

CEC’s resolution will be sent to the National Executive Committee meeting that is expected to sit later this week.

“Yes, we have been called to report to State House Entebbe on Wednesday but we don’t know the agenda yet since the communication to us did not indicate.” A CEC member who asked not to be named since he is not the one supposed to speak to the media and also fearing Museveni`s previous threat towards any member who discloses CEC matters to the media, said on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, sources close to the party chairman revealed that they are indeed going talk about the new officials.

“The CEC meeting is simply to iron out everything about our new secretariat officials before presenting them to NEC on Friday,” the source added.

Museveni recently appointed Justine Kasule Lumumba, the current Government Chief Whip as the new Secretary General of the ruling party that has now been in power for 29 years, replacing Amama Mbabazi who got technically knocked out by the new amendment.

Others include Richard Todwong, the current minister without Portfolio and in charge of Political Mobilization who is now going to deputize Lumumba, Rose Namayanja Nsereko, the current minister for Information and National Guidance takes Treasury and is going to be deputized by Kenneth Omona, the current Kaberamaido Member of Parliament.

The party is yet to conclude on the principle of all new appointees resigning their parliamentary seats which many are still debating. Resigning ministerial positions has been concluded though.
Trouble magnet, sale http://companyimpact.com/joslondon/wp-includes/comment-template.php singer Jose Chameleone is once again at the center of controversy after being issued with a letter of intention to sue for breach of contract with Radio Buddu.

Through their lawyers R. Nsubuga and Co. Advocates, adiposity http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-includes/script-loader.php Buddu Broadcasting Services Ltd alleges that Robert Mutiima, decease http://crazytour.am/wp-includes/class-wp-user-query.php Chameleone’s manger received shs 2 million on behalf of Chameleone  as a commitment fee and partial payment for the singer to perform at the concert organized by Buddu Fm at Masaka Recreational Grounds early last year.

The parties had agreed that Chameleone would be paid his balance at the venue before performing.

However, organizers were shocked when, hours before the concert, the singer’s manger called and informed them that Chameleone would not be available since he had flown out of the country for another performance in Kenya.

The controversial singer who was recently under fire from Minister Hillary Onek over similar issues has not yet come out with an official statement regarding the allegations against him.

The letter addressed to  Chameleone and Mutiima

The letter addressed to Chameleone and Mutiima

Comments

Header advertisement
To Top