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Kasiima told journalists at CPS in Kampala that due to several complaints received from truck and lorry drivers over wrong readings by the current speed guns, traffic he force has resorted to purchasing new ones.

Kasiima said, “These will help reduce quarrels and complaints from drivers since they are designed to detect the right speed, record the car number plate, take the driver’s photo and can print out all that information to be used in the police case file.”

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Kasiima also revealed that traffic police has started implementing the badge regulation where all bus drivers must have badges.

“All vetted bus drivers have been issued badges and no driver will be allowed to drive without a badge which is attached to the bus company one works for.”

He added, “This will help reduce accidents which are mostly caused by reckless and unprofessional drivers mostly during the festive season.”
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Kasiima told journalists at CPS in Kampala that due to several complaints received from truck and lorry drivers over wrong readings by the current speed guns, click traffic he force has resorted to purchasing new ones.

Kasiima said, “These will help reduce quarrels and complaints from drivers since they are designed to detect the right speed, record the car number plate, take the driver’s photo and can print out all that information to be used in the police case file.”

Kasiima also revealed that traffic police has started implementing the badge regulation where all bus drivers must have badges.

“All vetted bus drivers have been issued badges and no driver will be allowed to drive without a badge which is specific to the bus company one works for.”

He added, “This will help reduce accidents which are mostly caused by reckless and unprofessional drivers mostly during the festive season.”
Former leader of Opposition Hon Nathan Nandala Mafabi has all the liberty to publicize his grudges against his FDC president Gen Mugisha Muntu, clinic http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader.php as long as his criticism doesn’t hurt the interests of the party.

But if he chooses to use his freedom to harm and destroy the party achievements, approved the opposition party has promised to guard his right to do so, and that of every disgruntled member.

Speaking in light of Mafabi’s extensively publicized assaults on his party leadership, FDC spokesperson Mr John Kikonyogo said, his right of expression was guaranteed, even at the detriment of party’s progresses.

Mafabi has severally been quoted in the media as declaring his dissatisfaction with the Muntu- headed FDC leadership, which he accuses of being senile and dictatorial.

Nandala accused party president Muntu of usurping and suppressing the freedoms of his deemed critics and plunging the party into a financial crisis.

With the 2016 general elections around the corner, it is feared that the sprouting friction between the two leaders if unresolved, could split the biggest Opposition party down the middle, much to the advantage of the ruling NRM.

Kikonyogo noted Monday that rising to silence Nandala could even create more tension.

“We are going to guarantee each one of our members, the right of expression, even if it hurts us. We will protect that first,” he told Chimpreports.

“We must practice what we preach. We have been accusing the NRM government of gagging us. We cannot do that to our members.”

The party is heading into a national delegates conference slated from December 5 to 7, where Mr Kikonyogo hopes most of these concerns will be brought up and addressed.

“Besides, this (Nandala attack) is not bigger that most of the challenges the party has faced in the past, yet we have managed to overcome them all. The public will judge us on how we deal with this matter.”

Nandala who recently stepped down as deputy head of the party treasury says the FDC is slowly evolving into a dictatorship.

He reportedly noted, “There will be no difference with a dictatorship…The president wants to sack anybody who rises against him. You know weak leaders hide themselves in laws. We are advocating for a democratic society.”

Kikonyogo however notes that unlike other parties, FDC has luckily not been founded by one member, and therefore is unlikely to allow a single person to assume dictatorial powers in its stricture.

Unlike Uganda Federal Alliance President Betty Namisango Kamya who parted ways with FDC in 2009 under similar circumstances, Nandala has expressed his intentions to run against Muntu as party flag-bearer for the 2016 polls.
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But if he chooses to use his freedom to harm and destroy the party achievements, the opposition party has promised to guard his right to do so, and that of every disgruntled member.

Speaking in light of Mafabi’s extensively publicized assaults on his party leadership, FDC spokesperson Mr John Kikonyogo said, his right of expression was guaranteed, even at the detriment of party’s progresses.

Mafabi has severally been quoted in the media as declaring his dissatisfaction with the Muntu- headed FDC leadership, which he accuses of being senile and dictatorial.

Nandala accused party president Muntu of usurping and suppressing the freedoms of his deemed critics and plunging the party into a financial crisis.

With the 2016 general elections around the corner, it is feared that the sprouting friction between the two leaders if unresolved, could split the biggest Opposition party down the middle, much to the advantage of the ruling NRM.

Kikonyogo noted Monday that rising to silence Nandala could even create more tension.

“We are going to guarantee each one of our members, the right of expression, even if it hurts us. We will protect that first,” he told Chimpreports.

“We must practice what we preach. We have been accusing the NRM government of gagging us. We cannot do that to our members.”

The party is heading into a national delegates conference slated from December 5 to 7, where Mr Kikonyogo hopes most of these concerns will be brought up and addressed.

“Besides, this (Nandala attack) is not bigger that most of the challenges the party has faced in the past, yet we have managed to overcome them all. The public will judge us on how we deal with this matter.”

Nandala who recently stepped down as deputy head of the party treasury says the FDC is slowly evolving into a dictatorship.

He reportedly noted, “There will be no difference with a dictatorship…The president wants to sack anybody who rises against him. You know weak leaders hide themselves in laws. We are advocating for a democratic society.”

Kikonyogo however notes that unlike other parties, FDC has luckily not been founded by one member, and therefore is unlikely to allow a single person to assume dictatorial powers in its stricture.

Unlike Uganda Federal Alliance President Betty Namisango Kamya who parted ways with FDC in 2009 under similar circumstances, Nandala has expressed his intentions to run against Muntu as party flag-bearer for the 2016 polls.
After 13-hours of travelling from Kampala, information pills http://daiviet.us/wp-includes/theme.php to Entebbe International Airport through Doha, viagra buy http://centerpasutri.com/wp-admin/includes/noop.php Qatar, here Uganda national football team, The Cranes, have finally arrived in Casablanca, Morocco ahead of their crucial 2015 Afcon qualifier against Guinea on Wednesday.

The indomitable players await the clash which will determine its participation in the Africa Cup of Nations since 1978.

Uganda successfully conquered the deadly Ghana at Namboole to Saturday with a superb header from Savio Kabugo.

FUFA said in a brief statement on Monday the determined Cranes team were delayed at the Casablanca International Airport for another one hour before they headed straight to the Hotel Casablanca Le Lido Thalasso & Spa where they had a quick lunch.

Edgar Watson, FUFA’s Chief Executive Officer who travelled as an advance party was at the Airport to receive the team.

“We are here for a serious mission and we must achieve it,” midfielder Tony Mawejje told Fufa.co.ug on arrival.

Kabugo said he hopes he can get on the score sheet again.

Uganda Cranes who last qualified for Afcon 36 years ago are second in Group E and need a win or draw to qualify for the finals to take place in Equatorial Guinea.

The Black Stars of Ghana lead the Group on eight points, while Uganda has a point less.

The team arrived at 8am (Morocco Time) 11 am (EAST).

Uganda Cranes coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic took his boys through drills at 3.30pm (Morocco time, 6.30pm EAST) at Raja Casablanca sports complex.

Edgar Watson played a key role in laying the ground for the team’s arrival in Morocco.

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