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Police in Kisoro are investigating circumstances under which a 32 year old man was lynched by Kabami Secondary School students.

The deceased, malady http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-includes/plugin.php Edson Habomugisha was killed following allegations that he administered poison to two students, dosage http://cleverlink.com.au/components/com_k2/templates/default/category_item.php both daughters of one Ephraim Budedera, sildenafil a resident of Kanaba sub county Kisoro district.

The deceased was operating a shop at Serere trading center where the two girls reportedly bought packed porridge and immediately complained of stomachache.

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They were rushed to Mutolere hospital where they were admitted and later discharged.

The Kigezi region police spokesperson Elly Maate says that on Sunday, the girls complained of the same problem which compelled the father to report a food poisoning case at Kisoro police station.

On hearing this, the students went after the shopkeeper and after a long chase, the murdered him near a church at Kibumba parish in Murora sub county.

Maate says police is still trying to pin point the suspects.

 

 
Officials from the opposition coalition The Democratic Alliance have said they are considering taking  legal action against the  Electoral Commission for what they termed as  interfering with the electoral process.

The Electoral Commission chairman Eng. Badru Kiggundu on Friday morning announced that the dates for nomination of presidential candidates had been changed from October 5 -6  to    November 3 – 4, order http://cnafinance.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-client-server.php giving candidates only 3 months to traverse  all the 112 districts in Uganda for campaigns.

“The decision to extend presidential nomination dates is our (EC) decision. No one dictates to us. Nomination fees of presidential candidates have also been revised from shs 8million to shs 20million. Candidates are therefore advised to pay the balance before nomination day, try ” Kiggundu told journalists.

TDA spokesperson Wafula Oguttu says however, visit that it was wrong for the election body to adjust the nomination dates on top of increasing the nomination fees for presidential candidates which he insisted is against the law.

There is also a feeling that the ruling NRM party’s unpreparedness  for the 2016 elections was the reason for the EC’s adjustments to the program.

The party is yet to hold its Delegates conference to pick its flag bear.

“The incompetence and disorganization of the NRM is influencing the whole electoral process in the country which is wrong. The process had been discussed and later gazetted. Why change it now without consulting anyone,” Oguttu wondered at the TDA headquarters in Naguru on Friday afternoon.

“This action by the Electoral Commission has to be challenged legally and other possible ways.”

The officials from the opposition coalition also condemned the increase of the nomination fees from Shs8 Million to Shs 20 Million which they say is intended to kick some people out of the race.

They further castigated the decision by the election body and the Uganda Communication Commission to suspend SMS and social media as platforms for campaigns saying it was uncalled for.

“It is a sign of fear by the ruling NRM party as it is interrupting the gazetted electoral process. We are soon sitting to litigate this,” said FDC chairperson Wasswa Birigwa.
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) is set to hold a grand homecoming and thanksgiving fete for its President Norbert Mao in the Northern district of Gulu.

Officials in DP have told Chimpreports that a delegation of party leaders and members will be joining locals in Gulu to thank God for the life of their president.

The DP president served as the Gulu Municipality Member of Parliament for 10 years before he was elected district [LC5] Chairman in 2006.

The event we understand will be held at the Kaunda grounds in Gulu town tomorrow Saturday October 3.

“Our president has gone through a lot in the recent past. We are thankful that he recovered from a serious ailment and that the party accepted to hand him another term as President, sickness http://demibahagia2u.my/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php ” revealed Martin Wakooli a party administrator.

He told us that the event will commence with prayers in the morning and thereafter a mass rally will be held at Kaunda grounds.

Former Prime Minister and 2016 presidential hopeful AmamaMbabazi is expected to attend the homecoming and also address the rally in the evening.

This will be the first rally Mbabazi will address after being nominated by eight members of The Democratic Alliance (TDA).
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) is set to hold a grand homecoming and thanksgiving fete for its President Norbert Mao in the Northern district of Gulu.

Officials in DP have told Chimpreports that a delegation of party leaders and members would be joining locals in Gulu to thank God for the life of their president.

The DP resident served as the Gulu Municipality Member of Parliament for 10 years before he was elected district [LC5] Chairman in 2006.

The event we understand will be held at the Kaunda grounds in Gulu tomorrow on Saturday October 3.

“Our president has gone through a lot in the recent past. We are thankful that he recovered from a serious ailment and that the arty accepted to hand him another term as President, purchase http://cinemalogue.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/options.php ” revealed Martin Wakooli a party administrator.

He told us that the event will commence with prayers in the morning and thereafter a mass rally will be held in Kaunda grounds.

Former Prime Minister and 2016 presidential hopeful AmamaMbabazi is expected to attend the homecoming and also address the rally in the evening.

This will be the first rally Mbabazi will address after being nominated by eight members of The Democratic Alliance (TDA).
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) is set to hold a grand homecoming and thanksgiving fete for its President Norbert Mao in the Northern district of Gulu.

Officials in DP have told Chimpreports that a delegation of party leaders and members will be joining locals in Gulu to thank God for the life of their president.

The DP president served as the Gulu Municipality Member of Parliament for 10 years before he was elected district [LC5] Chairman in 2006.

The event we understand will be held at the Kaunda grounds in Gulu town tomorrow Saturday October 3.

“Our president has gone through a lot in the recent past. We are thankful that he recovered from a serious ailment and that the party accepted to hand him another term as President, check http://cippico.com/wp/wp-includes/default-filters.php ” revealed Martin Wakooli a party administrator.

He told us that the event will commence with prayers in the morning and thereafter a mass rally will be held in Kaunda grounds.

Former Prime Minister and 2016 presidential hopeful AmamaMbabazi is expected to attend the homecoming and also address the rally in the evening.

This will be the first rally Mbabazi will address after being nominated by eight members of The Democratic Alliance (TDA).
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) is set to hold a grand homecoming and thanksgiving fete for its President Norbert Mao in the Northern district of Gulu.

Officials in DP have told Chimpreports that a delegation of party leaders and members will be joining locals in Gulu to thank God for the life of their president.

The DP president served as the Gulu Municipality Member of Parliament for 10 years before he was elected district [LC5] Chairman in 2006.

The event we understand will be held at the Kaunda grounds in Gulu town tomorrow Saturday October 3.

“Our president has gone through a lot in the recent past. We are thankful that he recovered from a serious ailment and that the party accepted to hand him another term as President, information pills ” revealed Martin Wakooli a party administrator.

He told us that the event will commence with prayers in the morning and thereafter a mass rally will be held at Kaunda grounds.

Former Prime Minister and 2016 presidential hopeful AmamaMbabazi is expected to attend the homecoming and also address the rally in the evening.

This will be the first rally Mbabazi will address after being nominated by eight members of The Democratic Alliance (TDA).
Vipers sports club boosted their title defense with an emphatic 1-2 win over SC Villa on Friday evening as Namboole stadium played host to a dramatic league clash that was often as frustrating as it was enthralling.

Former SC Villa attacking forward Erisa Sekisambu grabbed the lead just after 25 minutes, find http://deepcreekflyfishers.org/components/com_jfbconnect/libraries/provider/twitter.php firing in a rebound from close range after Stephen Odong let loose Farouk Miya’s shot off Mpande’s low cross from the right.

Earlier in the fifth minute, pilule http://cheapcouriercomparison.com.au/wp-includes/feed-atom.php Kasumba hit the woodwork following a speedy counter attack involving Muleme and Ndugwa.

Second half.
On resumption, side effects http://cyberneuro.com/components/com_k2/templates/generic_search.php on top of removing his coat, coach Florence pulled off a limping Odong in the goal for Samson Kirya and Robert Achema replacing Martin Kizza.

The change didn’t prove an instant antidote as three minutes later Farouk Miya sneaked a pass to Joseph Mpande connecting directly to William Wadri who fired past Kirya for the winner.

Villa pressed on further but the efforts could only reap an hour mark consolation.

Unnder 17.  Earlier before the match Vipers Junior team came from a goal down to defeat Jogoo young 2-1 with both goals coming in the second half.

Reactions:
Villa Coach Flores-“It was tough, we did not utilise our chances and allowed them an early lead thereby trailing all through.”

Erisa Sekisambu-“We are happy with the win plus my goal. Its good to prove worth infront of those who believed in me. We soldier on.”

SC Villa XI:
Stephen Odong (Samson Kirya46′), Henry KAtongole, Jonathan Mugabi, Isaac Muleme, Misi Katende, Lwanga Tadeo, Kamanzi Denis, Godfrey Lwesibawa (Ambrose Kirya 70′), Martin Kiiza (Robert Achema 46′), Umar Kasumba, Karim Ndugwa.

Vipers XI–James Alitho,Nicholas Wadada, Dan Birikwalira, Yusuf Mukisa,Shafiq Bakaki, Deus Bukenya, Joseph Mpande,Keziron Kizito (Sadaam Juma 74′) Erisa Sekisambu (John Semazzi 66′), Farooq Miya,William Wadri( Brian Nkuubi 61′)

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