Parliament has released the full funeral arrangement for the departed minister of Internal Affairs, website http://currencymeter.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-emails.php Gen. Aronda Nyakairima who died in flight from South Korea to Dubai.
Government on Monday announced that the body of the fallen UPDF general, tadalafil http://deltadiner.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-emails.php who was also the longest serving army commander, is arriving home on Wednesday at 1pm.
The Communication`s department of Parliament on Tuesday put out a statement saying the house will pay their last respects to the deceased on Thursday. Aronda was also a Member of Parliament representing the army.
The next day on Friday the body shall be taken to Kololo Independence Grounds for a church service and on Saturday flown to his ancestral home in Rukingiri for burial.
ORDER OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SPECIAL SITTING OF PARLIAMENT TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THE LATE GEN. ARONDA NYAKAIRIMA – MINISTER OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS ON THURSDAY, 17TH SEPTEMBER 2015
9.30 A.M. THE CASKET LEAVES BUZIGA FOR PARLIAMENT
10.00 A.M. THE CORTEGE ARRIVES AT PARLIAMENT
The casket is received by the Rt. Hon. Speaker of Parliament at the steps of Parliament House and is placed in the Foyer.
Members of Parliament and other mourners view the body and sign the condolence book as UPDF Band plays dirges.
2.00 P.M. PROCEEDINGS OF PARLIAMENT COMMENCE
- Communication from the Chair
Entry of the casket of the late Hon. Gen. Aronda Nyakairima into the Parliamentary Chamber as the band plays a dirge.
- National Anthem
- East African Community Anthem
- Laying of wreaths on the casket:
- The Rt. Hon. Speaker
- H.E. The Vice President
- The Rt. Hon. Deputy Speaker
- The Rt. Hon. Prime Minister/Leader of Government Business
- The Leader of the Opposition in Parliament
- Hon. Minister of Defence
- The Government Chief Whip
- Other Members
- MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THE LATE HON. GEN. ARONDA NYAKAIRIMA
Mover: Rt. Hon. Prime Minister/Leader of Government Business
Seconder: The Leader of the Opposition in Parliament
- Conclusion of the debate.
- National Anthem.
The casket leaves the Parliamentary Chamber as the UPDF Band plays a dirge.
4.00 P.M. ADJOURNMENT
4.15 p.m. Cortege leaves Parliament for the late Hon. Gen. Aronda Nyakairima’s residence at Buziga for an overnight vigil.
Friday, 18th September 2015
- The cortege leaves the deceased’s home in Buziga to Kololo Independence Grounds for a Church Service.
- The body of the late Hon. Gen. Aronda Nyakairima will then be flown to his ancestral home in Rukungiri for burial on Saturday, 19th September, 2015
A group of youths from the Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] have petitioned the party NEC regarding the operations and constitutionality of the opposition alliance TDA.
The group led by youth delegate for Mpigi district Thomas Kayanja said the structures and processes of TDA are at variance with democratic principles and also in conflict with the national constitution and the Political Parties and Organizations Act.
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“The deadline for returning the nomination forms was Thursday and was extended to mid-day of the following day but to our dismay, pharm one of the contenders failed to return the forms on time .The TDA officials waited until they officially received him past 11pm which indicated a bend of the rules to favor some individuals.”
The youths expressed fear that TDA has no experience in handling the ‘thorny issue’ of joint candidates, noting that the alliance rather compounds confusion to the detriment of parties.
According to the youths, TDA seems not to emphasize the struggle for free and fair elections yet it is the basis for the forthcoming 2016 general elections.
“We want to remind the officials of TDA that our party has had well organized free and fair elections where we elected our party flag bearer. We therefore would want to see him subjected to free and fair processes unlike what is happening where some individuals are favored.”
“We want them to tell us how they are going to conduct free and fair processes when preferential treatment has already been accorded to some of the candidates in the race. We warn them that anything done outside the set rules and regulations is illegal and we shall not entertain it,” the Mpigi district FDC youth delegate warned.
On the admission of former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and his Go forward pro change pressure group, the youth decried what they termed as double standards and favoritism by TDA officials having left out embattled Kampala Lord Mayor Erias Lukwago.
“TDA refused to admit Lukwago and his pressure group because he was still an active Democratic Party member .Why then admit Mbabazi who proudly admits being an NRM member with the party card? Aren’t those double standards?”
The youth said that the FDC National Executive Committee should consider pulling out of the TDA for abrogating its own rules very early or else the opposition party should expect more than that in future.