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“I’m very strong enough on ground and those trying to contest against me in the forthcoming general elections shall not manage to conquer and remove me from parliament,” he added.

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He made the remarks while officiating as a chief guest at Rwimi Parents Nursery and Primary school during the parent’s day celebrations at Rwimi town council, Kabarole district. He pledged to contribute shs3m towards the purchase of a water tank.

The Minister’s tough comments came following the pressure from contestants who are on ground mobilizing people towards income generating projects, education among other programs, just a year to the 2016 general elections.

The candidates who have so far shown interest to compete with Minister Mwesige include Kabagyo Kisembo an Engineer, Hussein Kato, an accountant and Ali Karatunga, a businessman.

Alfred Bainomugisha of Rwimi Town Council noted that Mwesige who used to snub invitations for community work has started dishing out money ahead of the 2016 elections.

Several people at the function told Chimpreports that Mwesige will face stiff resistance during the 2016 polls “for taking us for granted.”

The minister has served as the area’s MP for almost 20 years.
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Here the Bank’s Special Envoy on Gender is leading our committed call to action and at the same time tracking our delivery, making sure we are held to account.

Together with our Regional Member Countries, business and civil society partners we are campaigning to end violence against women across the continent and across our communities. In solidarity with this year’s UNiTE to end violence against women campaign to ‘orange the world in 16 days’, our offices and online platform will go orange during this time to mark the colour of new horizons.

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The three suspects were guards at the office and are attached to Ultimate private security company.

They have been identified as; Charles Satia, Christopher Kule and Godfrey Mulinde.

They are currently on the run but police together with the head of security in the private company are working hand in hand to net them.

“The robbery was reported, but their head of security has provided us details about them which may help in investigations; we hope to get them on charges of robbery,” said Polly Namaye the deputy police spokesperson.

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