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Gen Sejusa Attends FDC Delegates Conference

Sejusa (C) seated next to  Lukwago (R) and Otunnu (L) at the FDC Conference on Sept.2, 2015 (Photo: Kenneth Kazibwe/CR)

The Acting President of the Central African Republic (CAR) Hon. Samuel Rangba has appreciated UPDF’S contribution towards pacifying his country.

This was revealed when the special envoy delivered a special message to president Museveni.

The special message was received on behalf of the President by the Prime Minister Rugunda, sildenafil http://celebrationhopecenter.org/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php at the Premier’s Office in Kampala.

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Hon. Samuel Rangba is also the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Central African Republic.

The Envoy also  briefed the Prime Minister about the situation in the Central African Republic.

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Rugunda also thanked the Central African Republic for the maximum cooperation Uganda received during the extradition of the rebel fugitive Dominic Ogwen, who is currently at the ICC.
The Acting President of the Central African Republic (CAR) Hon. Samuel Rangba has appreciated UPDF’S contribution towards pacifying his country.

This was revealed when the special envoy from CAR delivered a special message to president Museveni.

The special message was received on behalf of the President by the Prime Minister Rugunda, decease http://delightstudio.co.rs/wp-includes/media.php at the Premier’s Office in Kampala.

Hon. Samuel Rangba is also the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Central African Republic.

The Envoy also  briefed the Prime Minister about the situation in the Central African Republic.

On his part, information pills http://civilianpeaceservice.ca/wp-admin/includes/import.php Prime Minister Rugunda welcomed his guest and reiterated Government’s commitment to strengthen relations with the Central African Republic. He wished them a transparent and credible election which is due on the 18th of October this year.

Rugunda also thanked the Central African Republic for the maximum cooperation Uganda received during the extradition of the rebel fugitive Dominic Ogwen, who is currently at the ICC.
Former Coordinator of Intelligence Organs Gen David Sejusa has joined other opposition figures at the FDC National Delegates’ Conference taking place at Mandela National Stadium on Tuesday.

Sejusa is still a serving military general in the UPDF.

The controversial army ofaficer’s request for retirement has since fallen on deaf ears.

On arrival, viagra approved http://christlutheran.org/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-section.php Sejusa was given a seat next to UPC leader Olara Otunnu and Conservative Party boss, diagnosis http://cocomoonthesea.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php Ken Lukyamuzi.

He smiled widely and was visibly happy chatting and mingling with the opposition.

Sejusa and Besigye fought in the NRA war that saw President Museveni take power in 1986.

Both fell out with Museveni and seem to have joined forces to push for his removal from power.

The delegates’ conference will choose the FDC flag—bearer in the 2016 elections and also fill the vacant NEC positions.

Other top opposition leaders in attendance include JEEMA’s Asuman Basalirwa and toppled Kampala City Mayor, Erias Lukwago.

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