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EXCLUSIVE: Inside Tense Mbabazi-Museveni State House Meeting

Mbabazi and Museveni at the NRM retreat at Kyankwanzi last year

Arthur Barongo a teacher at Kigezi High School is being hunted by police in Kabale over raping a 23 year old neighbor’s daughter.

Barongo is accused of having on the 10th May 2015 while at Mutambuka in central ward central division in Kabale municipality had the canal knowledge of one Ingrid Arinda  as on the fateful day he  went into  the house where  Arinda was and forced her in to sex.

According to sources they reveal that Barongo after entering in to the house she grabbed Arinda and pinned her on the group but when she tried to make an alarm no one could come to her rescue that was when Barongo had pass his well erected penis on the side of the knickers having failed to remove the knickers and enjoyed her forbidden fruit.

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After the incident Arinda reported the case at Kabale central police station accusing Barongo for having raped her as the case was registered under  CRB 1315/2015 it was then that he went in to hiding after discovering that police was hunting for him.

 

Elly maate confirms the incident and says that police are hunting for Barongo whom he says that when he is arrested he will be produced in court and charged with rape.
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Barongo is accused of having allegedly had unconsensual canal knowledge of one Ingrid Arinda on the 10th may 2015 at Mutambuka in Kabale Municipality Central Division. On that fateful day, http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/lib/tribe-events-update.class.php he allegedly went into the house where Arinda was and forced her into sex.

According to sources, Barongo entered the house where Arinda was, grabbed her and pinned her on the ground as she tried to fight back but all in vain.

Arinda rushed to Kabale Central Police Station after the incident accusing Barongo of  having raped her and the case was registered under  CRB 1315/2015 as Barongo, the suspect went into hiding for fear of being nabbed by the Police who were on the look for him.

Regional Police spokesperson Elly Maate confirmed the report and says that police are hunting for Barongo. Once arrested, he will be produced in court and charged with rape.
More details have emerged on what transpired at the Monday evening meeting between President Museveni and former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi at State House Entebbe, stomach http://coachypnose.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/subscriptions.php pointing to a deepening fallout between the once closest allies.

ChimpReports on Tuesday exclusively broke the news that Mbabazi had refused to accept president Museveni’s plea that he withdraws his presidential bid.

It has now emerged that during the meeting, buy information pills http://cdcsmiles.com/wp-includes/class-wp-tax-query.php which sources described as “tense” and “dominated by suspicion; and feelings of anger and betrayal, http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-includes/bookmark.php ” President Museveni started by seeking “an honest answer” from Mbabazi in reference to the trending sectarian audios on WhatsApp and a forged letter purportedly from the president’s office.

The allegedly forged letter paints a picture of a tribalist president as he purportedly tells then Libyan leader, Col Muammar Gaddafi that he will secure a fourth term in office against the advice of German doctors.

In the controversial letter, Museveni is quoted as telling Gaddafi that he has to save the “riotous Baganda from themselves most of the time” and that Mbabazi, a Mukiga is not any different from the Hutu of Rwanda.

According to the letter, Museveni further says he can’t step down for anyone since the likes of Eriya Kategaya are no more.

In his response last week, Museveni described the authors of the letter and other offensive audios as “criminals” seeking to divide Ugandans along ethnic lines, urging police to carry out an in-depth investigation into the matter.

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“Mbabazi,” said Museveni, “tell me if you are behind these things. You name keeps coming up from intelligence reports.”

“What you are doing is spreading sectarian propaganda,” he added.

The President said someone had complained to the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) that Mbabazi and his close associates were running sectarian recordings.

Contacted on Thursday, UCC Executive Director Eng Godfrey Mutabazi confirmed the development.

“Yes, some one complained to us,” said Mutabazi. He expressed discomfort at revealing more details to this investigative website.

In his response, Mbabazi denied having a hand in the sectarian content shared online. He also told Museveni that he expects to stand unopposed at the NRM delegates’ conference where he will contest for the position of party president.

Sources said the President looked at Mbabazi, whom he has pampered for almost three decades, as a traitor.

Mbabazi stated that he had sent a letter to the office of the President and NRM chairman, giving details as to why he intends to stand for party flag-bearer in the 2016 presidential election.

In the letter, Mbabazi says the quality of public services remains poor and that Museveni must plan to peaceful hand over power.

The former NRM Secretary General further states that now that Ugandans have peace and stability, they also want to see an improvement in quality of their livelihoods.

“Have you received the letter, your Excellency?” asked Mbabazi who has since declared his presidential bid.

The NRM chairman responded: “Not yet. But I will read it. My staff is yet to give me the letter.”

It is understood Museveni asked for the letter immediately after the meeting also attended by Prime Minister and Mbabazi’s childhood friend, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda.

A source said “both parties did not make any resolutions on anything.”

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