A middle aged man this afternoon collapsed and died in the Old Taxi Park in the Kampala central business district.
According to witnesses, search the deceased arrived in the park at around 12:30pm with another man on a bodaboda motorcycle, patient http://copperking.co.zw/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/tag.php looking for taxis to Bugerere.
He is suspected to have been sick and from hospital and the other colleague was helping him. The deceased was unidentified since he had no ID or document.
Godfrey Semakula, http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-upgrader-skin.php who works in the park, told Chimpreports that a taxi conductor was holding his (deceased) hand directing him to taxis going to Bugerere when suddenly he collapsed and died within moments. The other colleague who he came with disappeared thereafter.
The unidentified man was dressed in a blue shirt, black trouser, black jacket and open shoes, and was in possession of a luggage in a yellow plastic bag.
After minutes of waiting, a police truck came and carried the body to the city mortuary at Mulago.
Leaders in Kiruhura district in western Uganda yesterday disallowed a meeting organized by the coordinator of the Go Forward campaign in the district Robert Kabatereine, medications http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/video/include/js/images/secure.php who wanted to address supporters of Presidential candidate Hon Amama Mbabazi.
Kabateraine a former NRM youth leader recently denounced the ruling party and joined Go Forward of the former Prime Minister.
On learning about the scheduled meeting however, shop http://clockdodgers.com/wp-content/plugins/siteorigin-panels/widgets/basic.php local leaders including the Parish and District Internal Security Officers as well as the town council mayor sent in a warning saying that such a meeting would not be permitted anywhere in in Nyabushozi constituency.
Kabateraine told Chimpreports that he and his team had done good work in soliciting support for Amama Mbabazi and that it was yesterday that they intended to meet some of these supporters.
He says he was immediately summoned and questioned by the Parish Internal Security Officer (PISO) Mr. Emmanuel Baranta who threatened to arrest him if he proceeded with the meeting.
“I decided to call the Mayor Mr Safari Mugyenyi, but he also warned me against holding this meeting,” he added.
Kabateraine who claims to have lived with several of such threats over the past months, says his name was even deleted from the voters’ register in Kanyaryeru.
When contacted by our reporter, the Mayor Safari Mugyenyi denied the accusations, saying he blocked no one from holding any meetings.
He stressed that Uganda is a democratic state and anyone is free to support or meet his/her own candidate.
“I think he (Kabatereine) might have failed to mobilize his supporters and started accusing us,” Safari said