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EC Postpones Candidate Charles Lwanga’s Nomination

Charles Lwanga was asked to return on Wednesday with all requirements

Buganda Kingdom’s premier, viagra sale http://centruldedic.ro/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php Charles Peter Mayiga has condemned Uganda police’s highhandedness measures of arresting the wrongdoers and suspected individuals, saying the law enforcement body is applying excessive force in its arrest attempts.

The premier was addressing the Buganda Lukiiko seated at Bulange Mengo on Monday.

Katikkiro cited an incident when police officers in western Uganda recently stripped a woman naked before tossing her into a police truck.

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“It’s out of law to squeeze or touch at a woman’s breasts without her permission,” he said.

Police maintain the woman undressed herself.

They further state that had she obliged to lawful orders after arrest, the unpleasant incident would have been avoided.

However, Mayiga urged Uganda police to “uphold professionalism in performing their duties and accord respect to the suspect even if he/she has broken the law.”

About the Political situation in the country ahead of elections in 2016, Katikkiro stressed that tension remains high especially in NRM primaries.

“Uganda is not ending in 2016 or 2021. The country is here forever. Politics is not business but service delivery and fulfilling the needs of the citizens,” he emphasised.

The Premier advised people to be “patient and careful about politicians calling for their votes.”

Meanwhile, Mayiga revealed that Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II will grace Pope Francis’ historic mass celebrations and sermons at Uganda Martyrs shrine Namugongo on November 11.

According to Katikkiro, His Majesty is to join Pope Francis on his historical visit to Uganda and Buganda in particular.
Buganda Kingdom’s premier, story http://clinico.cl/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-post-comments-list-table.php Charles Peter Mayiga has condemned Uganda police’s highhandedness measures of arresting the wrongdoers and suspected individuals, http://cbpa.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-press-this.php saying the law enforcement body is applying excessive force in its arrest attempts.

The premier was addressing the Buganda Lukiiko seated at Bulange Mengo on Monday.

Katikkiro cited an incident when police officers in western Uganda recently stripped a woman naked before tossing her into a police truck.

“It’s out of law to squeeze or touch at a woman’s breasts without her permission, http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/jetpack.php ” he said.

Police maintain the woman undressed herself.

They further state that had she obliged to lawful orders after arrest, the unpleasant incident would have been avoided.

However, Mayiga urged Uganda police to “uphold professionalism in performing their duties and accord respect to the suspect even if he/she has broken the law.”

About the Political situation in the country ahead of elections in 2016, Katikkiro stressed that tension remains high especially in NRM primaries.

“Uganda is not ending in 2016 or 2021. The country is here forever. Politics is not business but service delivery and fulfilling the needs of the citizens,” he emphasised.

The Premier advised people to be “patient and careful about politicians calling for their votes.”

Meanwhile, Mayiga revealed that Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II will grace Pope Francis’ historic mass celebrations and sermons at Uganda Martyrs shrine Namugongo on November 11.

According to Katikkiro, His Majesty is to join Pope Francis on his historical visit to Uganda and Buganda in particular.
Government will Tuesday Launch the eCitizen portal, stuff http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-upload-media-endpoint.php a centre for Government online services.

The eCitizen portal is aimed at enhancing Government service delivery to citizens, purchase non-citizens, businesses and to Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs).

The portal has been designed to aggregate all Government services which are offered online and present them on a single portal.

NITA has revealed that In future, the portal will enable citizens to apply for government services and monitor progress of their applications online with ease.

It also allows one to access services such as eTax, business registration, trading license registration and social security statements among others.

According to NITA-U Executive Director, James Saaka, the portal is intended to reduce time and costs to citizens in accessing Government services and to increase efficiency in the provision of public service to citizens.

The eCitizen Portal is one of the initiatives that is in alignment to NITA-U’s goals to provide rationalized and integrated national Information Technology (IT) infrastructure; achieve transaction level e-government services and provide a well regulated Information Technology (IT) environment in public and private sector.
The forth Presidential aspirant that was set to be nominated today has been rejected by the National Electoral Commission.

Mr Charles Lwanga of the Ecological Party arrived at Nambole stadium at lunch time, approved http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-includes/ms-files.php after incumbent President Museveni, stuff http://clermontraces.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-deprecated.php Hon Amama Mbabazi and Prof Venansius Baryamureeba.

He was however sent away by the Electoral Commission Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu to return tomorrow Wednesday after his papers were found wanting.

The returning officer, sickness Badru Kiggundu said that Lwanga failed to present authenticated declaration forms from Commissioner of Oaths.

Secondly Lwanga didn’t have required post card size photographs and was also unable to present an original receipt of shs 20M non refundable fee.

He was given up to tomorrow to have cleared these issues or he would miss out on nomination.

 

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