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District Secretary Collapses, Dies After Loosing NRM Primaries

Mayor Mbarara Municipality, this http://confusedcoconut.com/wp-includes/theme.php Wilson Tumwine has threatened to arrest the Markhan Singh market chairperson Margret Bagerize if she fails to produce the market land title which went missing three years ago.

The mayor sounded the warning on Monday while meeting with the traders at the old market on Markhan Singh Street in Mbarara Municipality.

The traders accuse their chairperson of trading the title for a loan from tycoon Chris Boona – husband to Mbarara Woman MP Hon. Emma Bona – who they believe is in possession of the title.

Mayor Tumwiine asked the traders to come to his office for a letter to the Town Clerk seeking to have the missing land title canceled out.

He noted that the letter to the Lands Committee would cancel out the market title and a new one would be registered in the names of the market vendors.

 
Christopher Gomwe the Rukungiri District Secretary of Natural Resources, nurse http://ca-uqam.info/wp-includes/theme.php collapsed and died on Monday after losing in the National Resistance Movement (NRM) primaries.

Gomwe was representing the people of Eastern division in Rukungiri Municipality at the district council since 2011 after retiring as a secondary school teacher. On Monday he lost the seat to Edward Ahimbisibwe in the party primaries.

Upon getting the news, website http://dcdal.org/plugins/system/jat3/base-themes/default/page/ajax.modules.php family members say he was deeply devastated and moments later he collapsed.  He was rushed to St. Charles Lwanga Hospital  Nyakibaale  where he passed away later on Tuesday evening.

While speaking at the extra-ordinary council session called by the district speaker Henry Ndyabahika to pay last respects to Gomwe on Wednesday, mind    Roland Kaginda Mugume the Rukungiri municipality Member of Parliament asked Ugandans not to sucked deep into such kind of politics.

Kaginda who is also the Western region FDC Vice Chairperson urged the locals to vote in office people that will bring about real change in their wellbeing and not just the best speakers.

In his eulogy, Kaginda described the late Gomwe as a truthful person, who never segregated people on religious or political lines.

Henry Ndyabahika,   the Rukungiri district speaker said that Rukungiri had lost a great leader, a religious man who had his job at his heart.

 


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