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FDC to Elect Presidential Flag Bearer by June

FDC leader Gen Mugisha Muntu is expected to lead the party in the 2016 presidential elections

Police have rubbished as “baseless” and “unfounded rumors”, pills price http://cinselistekartirici.org/wp-admin/includes/image.php claims by a media house that the prime suspect in the murder of Senior State Attorney Joan Kagezi had been identified.

The New Vision over the weekend published a photo of a one-eyed suspected criminal only identified as Masajjage, viagra check http://crijpa.fr/wp-content/plugins/mailchimp-for-wp/includes/functions.php saying he was the mastermind behind Kagezi’s murder on March 30 in Kiwatule, http://channelingerik.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/widget-visibility.php a Kampala suburb.

However, Police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, said Masajjage “is a suspect wanted by police but not in connection with the murder of Kagezi.”

Enanga added: “He is rather a suspect in relation to aggravated robbery of a mobile money agent in Bunamwaya recently and we are yet to arrest him.”

According to Enanga, 8 suspects have been arrested in relation to the robbery of the mobile money agent and have provided information linking Masajjage to the crime.

“We arrested motorcycles and a pistol that were used in the robbery but two more suspects including Masajjage are still on the run. We have so far got leads to their arrest,” the Police mouthpiece clarified.

On the Kagezi killers, Enanga explained that 12 suspects have been apprehended but quickly added that investigations and operations are ongoing to nab all those involved in the murder.

“We have given time to our investigators to be able to bring together information about the suspects before making more arrests,” Enanga noted.

Kagezi was on the evening of March 30 shot dead by unknown assailants while returning home in Kiwatule, East of the capital Kampala.

The shooting sparked off public uproar and fear across the country.
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The new Toyota Land Cruiser, http://cnafinance.com/wp-content/themes/newspaper/includes/wp_booster/td_more_article_box.php estimated at around at Shs 280 million, Museveni said was to support the King’s development chores around his kingdom.

Kabaka Mutebi today joined his subjects to mark his 60th birthday at the Kingdom Headquarters in Bulange Mengo.

The gift was presented on behalf of the president by Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Sekandi amidst ululations.

President Museveni on top of the new wheels sent an undisclosed amount of money to Kabaka Mutebi, which was handed by the VP at the function.

Sekandi said Museveni wished to attend in person but was held by other commitments.

In his speech, the Vice President hailed the Kabaka for his efforts in fostering development in his Kingdom.

He also hailed Buganda and the kingdom Prime Minister Charles Peter Mayiga for nurturing harmony between Buganda and her neighboring kingdoms across the country.

The function was attended by the King of Tooro Oyo Nyimba Kamba Iguru IV as well as representatives from Ankole and other kingdoms.

At the event, the Kabaka was handed his grand birthday gift the Masengere building, whose completion according to PM Mayiga, cost around Shs5bn.
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The new Toyota Land Cruiser, sick http://darioergas.org/wp-admin/includes/revision.php estimated at around at Shs 280 million, Museveni said was to support the King’s development chores around his kingdom.

Kabaka Mutebi today joined his subjects to mark his 60th birthday at the Kingdom Headquarters in Bulange Mengo.

The gift was presented on behalf of the president by Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Sekandi amidst ululations.

President Museveni on top of the new wheels sent an undisclosed amount of money to Kabaka Mutebi, which was handed by the VP at the function.

Ssekandi said Museveni wished to attend in person but was held by other commitments.

In his speech, the Vice President hailed the Kabaka for his efforts in fostering development in his Kingdom.

He also hailed Buganda and the kingdom Prime Minister Charles Peter Mayiga for nurturing harmony between Buganda and her neighboring kingdoms across the country.

The function was attended by the King of Tooro Oyo Nyimba Kamba Iguru IV as well as representatives from Ankole and other kingdoms.

At the event, the Kabaka was handed his grand birthday gift the Masengere building, whose completion according to PM Mayiga, cost around Shs5bn.
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Kabaka Mutebi today joined his subjects to mark his 60th birthday at the Kingdom Headquarters in Bulange Mengo.

The gift was presented on behalf of the president by Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Sekandi amidst ululations.

President Museveni on top of the new wheels sent an undisclosed amount of money to Kabaka Mutebi, which was handed by the VP at the function.

Ssekandi said Museveni wished to attend in person but was held by other commitments.

In his speech, the Vice President hailed the Kabaka for his efforts in fostering development in his Kingdom.

He also hailed Buganda and the kingdom Prime Minister Charles Peter Mayiga for nurturing harmony between Buganda and her neighboring kingdoms across the country.

The function was attended by the King of Tooro Oyo Nyimba Kamba Iguru IV as well as representatives from Ankole and other kingdoms.

At the event, the Kabaka was handed his grand birthday gift the Masengere building, whose completion according to PM Mayiga, cost around Shs5bn.
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has extended its heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and the media fraternity for the demise of the former NTV News Anchor, order http://context-beermann.de/media/widgetkit/widgets/gallery/styles/radiance/template.php Rosemary Nankabirwa who yesterday lost the battle to cancer.

Nankabirwa was last evening pronounced dead at Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi, http://corifentreprises.fr/wp-includes/class-wp-embed.php where she’d just been rushed for specialized treatment.

Following the devastating news, http://cntl-marseille.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php the leading opposition party came out this morning to apportion blame onto the ruling NRM party, for its deficient efforts the overhaul the country’s healthcare system.

“We cannot continue flying our citizens abroad for treatment due to lack of facilities. For now 30 years of NRM reign; the government is still not bothered about its citizens but its stay in power,” stated the FDC Chairman Electoral Commission, Dan Mugalula while addressing a weekly press briefing at the party headquarters in Kampala.

Mugalula wondered why the president keeps facilitating treatment of sick people outside the country, when he could initiate a complete rejuvenation of the country’s health facilities here in Uganda.

Museveni contributes Shs 5 million at the fundraising for Nankabirwa’s treatment, which was held on Saturday at the Kampala Serena.

“The president has the capacity to channel the huge sums of money given to Members of Parliament and Minister to the cancer institute to have it revamped,” he said.

Nankabirwa was for the last few months battling a fatal cancer named Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma.

She passed on just a day after thousands of Ugandans joined hands to raise more than Shs 100 million for her operation.

Her body is expected back in the country later this afternoon, while a requiem mass will be held at Christ the King Church in Kampala.

 
Forum for Democratic Change has issued its road map for the grassroots elections exercise aimed at revamping and reconstituting party structures.

Addressing journalists at the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi, what is ed http://crystalclearprofits.com/plugins/system/updatenotification/updatenotification.php FDC Chairman Electoral Commission, http://culinaryhealthfund.org/wp-admin/includes/menu.php Dan Mugarura said the exercise will see new leaders emerging to lead structures from the village level to the national Delegates Committee.

Mugarura said the elections will be handled in phases within the different regions in the country beginning with Teso, http://christiansforve.org.au/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php West Nile, Rwenzori and Bukedea region from April 15 to 22, 2015.

“From April 29th to May 6th, we shall hold elections in Bunyoro, Busoga, Toro, Kigezi, West Ankole, East Ankole, East Buganda and North Buganda region,” he noted.

From May 10 – 17, elections shall be held in Central Buganda, South Buganda, Kampala, Lango, Acholi, Bugisu, Sebei and Karamoja region.

Mugarura observed that the party is yet to decide on the dates in the month of June on which members shall convene a Delegates Conference so as to come up with a party flag bearer for the 2016 general elections.

“By the end of May, we shall have finalized with all grass root elections even at the district level and after national leaders have been forwarded into offices, we shall then embark on getting a flag bearer for the 2016 general elections.”

He observed that the elections are the first of its kind after the constitutional amendments that were made last year.

The FDC is seen as the strongest opposition party whose candidate, Dr Kizza Besigye has lost twice to the incumbent president, Yoweri Museveni.

Analysts say the new strategy is aimed at building a formidable political force for purposes of mobilisation; organisation and ensuring elections are not rigged in favour of the ruling party.

Besigye on Monday said in an article that while the election season is drawing closer, government is yet to endorse the proposed constitutional reforms to deliver a free and fair election.

“It’s now a maximum of 11 months to the next polling day and a maximum of 7 months to the nomination day (according to the Constitution) for the next general elections. Yet, up to now, no electoral reform proposals have been presented to parliament for debate,” said Besigye.

He added: “In the meantime, the controversial Electoral Commission has published another “roadmap” for the next election! Update of the National Register begins 7th April and ends 30th April 2015; nomination of candidates for Village Youth, PWDs and Elder persons is slated for 5th-16th June 2015; display of National Register 2nd-22nd June 2015; nomination of presidential candidates 5th and 6th October 2015 etc.

This is clearly a desperate attempt by the controversial EC to undertake the election processes in the absence of relevant electoral laws.”

The Electoral Commission recently released its roadmap, assuring the public of its readiness to conduct free and fair elections.

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