Election 2016

I am Not Returning to NRM – MP Niwagaba

Opposition activist Rev Fr Gaetano Batanyenda blesses MP Wilfred Niwagaba at the meeting

New League entrants The Saints Fc have chosen Fahad Kawoya as the new team captain taking over from Geoffrey Bwire. The former captain is still nursing a successful stomach surgery he underwent last month.

While presenting the new leader, for sale http://comeandcheck.it/wp-includes/id3/module.audio-video.matroska.php coach Haruna Keba expressed his satisfaction with his choice arguing that Kawooya’s vast experience and upright discipline will add value to the team.

“His discipline commitment and experience are not questionable making him the perfect choice to lead the team, and http://coachypnose.fr/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php ”  coach Haruna  Kebba said.

Kawooya was delighted in the new role and hopes for a smooth season.  “I am very happy to be trusted to lead my teammates and i want promise to help the team  succeed,” Kawooya remarked.

The former SC Villa defender will be assisted by Nelson Ssempagala and Marlon Tangawuzi as first and second deputies respectively.

League action;
The Saints collected their first league point against Police Fc courtesy of Julius Malimungu’s strike that cancelled out Ben Ocen’s early strike. The team travels to Jinja on Tuesday to clash JMC.
Police in Kasese have arrested two of their officers over a shooting that resulted in the death of murder suspect Mbusa Julius

The two officers who were arrested are George Okonge and Edward Bwambale

According to Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, web http://demo.des.net.id/hotel/wp-includes/shortcodes.php these two shot the deceased as he tried to run away when they came to arrest him from Kisungu 2 village, hospital Kacungiro Parish, mind Munkunyu sub county in Kasese district.

“On 7/9/2015 at 11pm these police officers shot Mbusa Julius as he ran away from them, he was later rushed Kagando hospital where he later died,” Enanga revealed

Enanga added that these officers are still under Kasese police custody as investigations carry on.
Police in Kasese have arrested two of their officers over a shooting that resulted in the death of murder suspect Mbusa Julius

The two officers who were arrested are George Okonge and Edward Bwambale

According to Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, find http://csnn.ca/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/settings.php these two shot the deceased as he tried to run away when they came to arrest him from Kisungu 2 village, more about http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php Kacungiro Parish, http://dailyniropekkha.com/wp-includes/class.wp-styles.php Munkunyu sub county in Kasese district.

“On 7/9/2015 at 11pm these police officers shot Mbusa Julius as he ran away from them, he was later rushed Kagando hospital where he later died,” Enanga revealed

Enanga added that these officers are still under Kasese police custody as investigations carry on.
The Ndorwa East Member of Parliament has attributed his refusal to return in the Ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party to President Museveni’s failure to honor his part of the deal they arrived at recently.

Niwagaba and 3 other legislators, sales http://couponsavingfamily.com/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php who were kicked out of the ruling NRM party over indiscipline, http://chios.ro/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/admin/settings.menu-item.php were in the recent past engaged in talks with the president to reconcile and get readmitted.

He however says that the president refused to fulfill some of the promises he made which included among others payment of the legal fees spent in the cobweb of court laws that followed the suspension.

Hon Niwagaba was on Saturday speaking to over 200 Ndorwa East opinion leaders that included LC3 chairpersons, http://clubcycloautun.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php councilors and NRM mobilisers during the consultative meeting that was held at Vienna Guest house.

He said he would continue pursuing the court case against the ruling party which is currently at the Supreme Court.

He also informed the opinion leaders that he was determined to run in the coming 2016 general elections on an independent ticket.

Some of his colleagues however, with whom they came to be known as NRM rebel Mps accepted the President’s pardon and returned to the party.

MPs Barnabas Tinkasiimire and Theodore Ssekikubo recently picked forms to stand in the NRM elections.

Niwagaba said he wouldn’t blame the two for the decision they took was person, but added that they ought to have demonstrated a little bit of braveness.

 

 

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