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Namatala Bridge Caves In

The Namatala Bridge developed a hole. UNRA says a different route is being worked on.

As NRM Primary elections for MPs and LC5s commence Tuesday morning, healing http://cogocapital.com/lp/wp-content/plugins/thrive-visual-editor/landing-page/templates/corp-download.php more and more disgruntlement is being registered from different parts of the country.

In the western Mbarara district, viagra dosage incumbent Mp Hon Medard Bitekyerezo, prescription better known at home as ‘Biteks’ has described the election as a big embarrassment to the ruling party.

Through yesterday, a suspicious Bitekyerezo after election materials arrived from Kampala, tracked down his opponents and true to his fears, pre-ticked ballot papers were found in one of the contenders Grace Kyankoko’s vehicle in Ruti.

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Police found pre-ticked ballots in this car which belongs to one of the contestants Grace Kyankoko

Police found pre-ticked ballots in this car which belongs to one of the contestants Grace Kyankoko

He called police which towed the car to Mbarara Central Police Station.

Addressing press this morning, Hon Bitekyerezo blamed the party secretariat for what he termed as amateurish preparations for the exercise.

He further noted that the double preparations orchestrated by the unprecedented postponement of the election to today, provided ground for election malpractice.

He was also incensed that voters from three out of the six divisions of Mbarara are not in the Municipality register.

The voting materials being moved amid close watch by the candidates' agents

The voting materials being moved amid close watch by the candidates’ agents

He said he would not accept the election results if the divisions of Biharwe, Nyakayojo, and Kakiika are not allowed to vote in the Municipality.

The three divisions were recently added to Mbarara as it prepared to acquire the City status. These however have not been captured in the Municipalities and will be voting in their previous sub counties.

DPC Jaffar Magyezi gives final directions before  election materials get transported to the polling centers

DPC Jaffar Magyezi gives final directions before election materials get transported to the polling centers

“I cannot look for votes in 6 divisions and at the end be voted for by only 3; this one is totally out,” Bitekyerezo said.

Meanwhile, the Mbarara district chairman LCV aspirant Fred Kamugisha expressed concern with the packaging of the ballot papers, saying that a number of envelops yesterday were found to have been torn.

Aspirant LCV Chairman Fred Kamugisha

Aspirant LCV Chairman Fred Kamugisha

The NRM District Chairman Jomo Mugabe nonetheless, promised that the entire election exercise would be conducted in a free and fair manner and urged residents to fully participate.

 
As NRM Primary elections for MPs and LC5s commence Tuesday morning, pharmacy http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/tiled-gallery.php more and more disgruntlement is being registered from different parts of the country.

In the western Mbarara district, http://consolibyte.com/wp-includes/query.php incumbent Mp Hon Medard Bitekyerezo, better known at home as ‘Biteks’ has described the election as a big embarrassment to the ruling party.

Through yesterday, a suspicious Bitekyerezo after election materials arrived from Kampala, tracked down his opponents and true to his fears, pre-ticked ballot papers were found in one of the contenders Grace Kyankoko’s vehicle in Ruti.

Police found pre-ticked ballots in this car which belongs to one of the contestants Grace Kyankoko

Police found pre-ticked ballots in this car which belongs to one of the contestants Grace Kyankoko

He called police which towed the car to Mbarara Central Police Station.

Addressing press this morning, Hon Bitekyerezo blamed the party secretariat for what he termed as amateurish preparations for the exercise.

He further noted that the double preparations orchestrated by the unprecedented postponement of the election to today, provided ground for election malpractice.

He was also incensed that voters from three out of the six divisions of Mbarara are not in the Municipality register.

The voting materials being moved amid close watch by the candidates' agents

The voting materials being moved amid close watch by the candidates’ agents

He said he would not accept the election results if the divisions of Biharwe, Nyakayojo, and Kakiika are not allowed to vote in the Municipality.

The three divisions were recently added to Mbarara as it prepared to acquire the City status. These however have not been captured in the Municipalities and will be voting in their previous sub counties.

DPC Jaffar Magyezi gives final directions before election materials get transported to the polling centers

DPC Jaffar Magyezi gives final directions before election materials get transported to the polling centers

“I cannot look for votes in 6 divisions and at the end be voted for by only 3; this one is totally out,” Bitekyerezo said.

Meanwhile, the Mbarara district chairman LCV aspirant Fred Kamugisha expressed concern with the packaging of the ballot papers, saying that a number of envelops yesterday were found to have been torn.

Aspirant LCV Chairman Fred Kamugisha

Aspirant LCV Chairman Fred Kamugisha

The NRM District Chairman Jomo Mugabe nonetheless, promised that the entire election exercise would be conducted in a free and fair manner and urged residents to fully participate.

 
Uganda National Roads Authority [UNRA] has closed part of the Mbale-Tirinyi-Iganga road in eastern Uganda, there http://cellar433.com/wp-admin/includes/network.php after a big hole formed on the Namatala Bridge.

The Authority was yet to explain what caused the bridge to cave in, look but revealed that another route was being worked on.

On the same road a few years ago, a similar hole was found on the side of the highway at the Mpologoma swamp.

The hole is said to have formed after the weakened culverts on the bridge caved in.

The development comes less than a week after another bridge in northern Uganda collapsed into River Aswa, after a truck carrying hundreds of cement bags tried to cross it.

The collapse of the Puranga Bridge cut off the road that connects three districts of Pader, Agago and Kitgum to Lira.

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