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(L) Juliana with Kadaga, R with Suzan Muwonge

The Constitutional Court in Kampala has adjourned the ruling of a case in which supporters of toppled NRM Secretary General Amama Mbabazi is challenging the appointment of the new party leadership.

Court announced Thursday that the ruling would be announced by Justice Steven Kavuma at 2:30pm. It was earlier scheduled at 11:30am today.

Interestingly, look http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-ixr-client.php at State House Entebbe, cure http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_gallery_display/interface.display_settings_controller.php the NRM National Executive Committee (NEC) has just approved President Museveni’s new appointments of party leaders.

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They include Justine Lumumba as Secretary General and her deputy Richard Todwong.

Others include Treasurer Rose Namayanja and her deputy Dr Omona.

Dr Tanga Odoi was confirmed as the party’s new electoral commission boss, http://crosswordfiend.com/blog/wp-includes/random_compat/byte_safe_strings.php replacing Ruhakana Rugunda.

Jane Alisemera Babiiha was equally unanimously approved as member of the ruling party’s electoral body.

The swearing-in ceremony of the new party leaders is expected later today. This means the ruling of the Constitutional court could be overtaken by events.

Lumumba (C) being cheered on by Dr Ruhakana Rugunda (background) at the NEC meeting in Entebbe

Lumumba (C) being cheered on by Dr Ruhakana Rugunda (background) at the NEC meeting in Entebbe

Mbabazi, who was toppled by almost 10,000 NRM delegates in December, last year, would have lost a huge legal battle to delay or stop the new appointments.

The former Prime Minister is said to be eyeing the 2016 presidency, an allegation he denies.

NRM lead counsel Kiryowa Kiwanuka on Wednesday told the Constitutional Court that if Mbabazi feels he was unfairly targeted by the NRM Constitutional Amendments, he should proceed under Article 50 of the Constitutional to the High Court for remedies.

“This petitioner is in a wrong forum. Facts are in dispute and this court is not for establishing facts. That it is the High Court to determine facts,” he added.

Dr. Tanga Odoi acknowledges cheers from President Museveni after approval as NRM EC boss on Thursday (Photos: PPU)

Dr. Tanga Odoi acknowledges cheers from President Museveni after approval as NRM EC boss on Thursday (Photos: PPU)

NRM leaders voting for the new Secretariat

NRM leaders voting for the new Secretariat


She quit her job with Barclays Bank where she was working as a credit analyst in 2012 to pursue a career in music.

Hindu Asha best known for hers hit single, generic http://copdx.org.au/wp-includes/class-wp-theme.php “Omukwano Gwo Gumbutikide” that has enjoyed good air play across the country of recent revealed that she started music way back in 2004 but gained momentum in 2008 when she started professional singing and music production.

“I have the potential and not just exploring opportunities, capsule I did not see life in banking. I wanted to do something that could drive me to achieve my potential and so, I resorted to music,” Hindu said.

Born in a family of 5 children from Jinja, the mother of 1 stresses that she is headed for mega hits this year with a launch already confirmed in March where she will unleash the tunes of her over 20 songs to the public.

According to Hindu, inspiration for her songs is drawn from real life experiences in her life, from friends and other people.

Hindu has ventured into soul, gospel and RnB music with songs ranging from Kinkabya, Ekijakije to Akoti a colabo she did with Dr. Hilderman.

“I was inspired by the melodious voice of Whitney Huston and this is how I knew it was the route I was destined to take and that’s when I released my first song, Kwali Kwagala, meaning, ‘It was love’,” Hindu recalls.

Hindu stresses that unlike other artists she holds a Bachelors of Education from Makerere University and Masters of Arts in Economics from the same institution.

“I am well packaged and feel I that I fit into this arena regardless of the competition, I sing because of passion and believe I will stand out because people will love to associate with my class,” Hindu says.

Hindu says that she looks forward to inspiring children and parents who know her background to use it as an example to encourage children to first pursue education before they can venture into other activities that can easily derail them from achieving their goals in life.

“Education is paramount in this world and without a good education people will never take you serious. They will always relate your actions to illiteracy,” she said.

Despite dropping out of the Banking arena and joining music, Hindu has established – Asha Performance Limited, a business consultancy firm for business startups, entertainment services, branding and music which she says is a side source of income.

She is confident on stage

She is confident on stage

Hindu performing at a recent function

Hindu performing at a recent function

Hindu performing at a recent function

Hindu performing at a recent function

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A photo moment with her manager

A photo moment with her manager

 
2:20pm: Latest reports indicate that majority of NEC members have today rejected the appointment of Amama Mbabazi as a member of the Central Executive Committee.

Mbabazi was among five nominees for election to membership of CEC.

These included Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, viagra approved http://chemistsown.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/includes/editor.php Amama Mbabazi, advice http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-setting.php Amelia Kyambadde, http://centruldedic.ro/wp-includes/default-filters.php Dorothy Hyuha, Singh Katongole, Sekamatte and a one Crispus Kiyonga.

At the time of the open voting, Mbabazi was rejected with members saying he is a “divisive figure” before NEC unanimously endorsed others.

President Museveni later directed that a CEC meeting be held to resolve Mbabazi’s fate.

“The dominating mood at Entebbe is the disapproval of Amama Mbabazi. Members say he is already fighting NRM in court. How can he be a member of the second most powerful organs of the body when he is the one fighting the party for selfish interests?” wondered a source.

Deputy Presidential spokesperson, Linda Nabusayi, confirmed that another meeting is being held over “unresolved issues.”

She listed the names of those approved by NEC but omitted Mbabazi’s.

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11:11pm: The Constitutional Court in Kampala has adjourned the ruling of a case in which supporters of toppled NRM Secretary General Amama Mbabazi is challenging the appointment of the new party leadership.

Court announced Thursday that the ruling would be announced by Justice Steven Kavuma at 2:30pm. It was earlier scheduled at 11:30am today.

Interestingly, at State House Entebbe, the NRM National Executive Committee (NEC) has just approved President Museveni’s new appointments of party leaders.

They include Justine Lumumba as Secretary General and her deputy Richard Todwong.

Others include Treasurer Rose Namayanja and her deputy Dr Omona.

Dr Tanga Odoi was confirmed as the party’s new electoral commission boss, replacing Ruhakana Rugunda.

Jane Alisemera Babiiha was equally unanimously approved as member of the ruling party’s electoral body.

The swearing-in ceremony of the new party leaders is expected later today. This means the ruling of the Constitutional court could be overtaken by events.

Lumumba (C) being cheered on by Dr Ruhakana Rugunda (background) at the NEC meeting in Entebbe

Lumumba (C) being cheered on by Dr Ruhakana Rugunda (background) at the NEC meeting in Entebbe

Mbabazi, who was toppled by almost 10,000 NRM delegates in December, last year, would have lost a huge legal battle to delay or stop the new appointments.

The former Prime Minister is said to be eyeing the 2016 presidency, an allegation he denies.

NRM lead counsel Kiryowa Kiwanuka on Wednesday told the Constitutional Court that if Mbabazi feels he was unfairly targeted by the NRM Constitutional Amendments, he should proceed under Article 50 of the Constitutional to the High Court for remedies.

“This petitioner is in a wrong forum. Facts are in dispute and this court is not for establishing facts. That it is the High Court to determine facts,” he added.

Dr. Tanga Odoi acknowledges cheers from President Museveni after approval as NRM EC boss on Thursday (Photos: PPU)

Dr. Tanga Odoi acknowledges cheers from President Museveni after approval as NRM EC boss on Thursday (Photos: PPU)

NRM leaders voting for the new Secretariat

NRM leaders voting for the new Secretariat


2:20pm: Latest reports indicate that majority of NEC members have today rejected the appointment of Amama Mbabazi as a member of the Central Executive Committee.

Mbabazi was among five nominees for election to membership of CEC.

These included Dr Ruhakana Rugunda, search http://companyimpact.com/components/com_content/models/archive.php Amama Mbabazi, healing Amelia Kyambadde, information pills Dorothy Hyuha, Singh Katongole, Sekamatte and a one Crispus Kiyonga.

At the time of the open voting, Mbabazi was rejected with members saying he is a “divisive figure” before NEC unanimously endorsed others.

President Museveni later directed that a CEC meeting be held to resolve Mbabazi’s fate.

“The dominating mood at Entebbe is the disapproval of Amama Mbabazi. Members say he is already fighting NRM in court. How can he be a member of the second most powerful organs of the body when he is the one fighting the party for selfish interests?” wondered a source.

Deputy Presidential spokesperson, Linda Nabusayi, confirmed that another meeting is being held over “unresolved issues.”

She listed the names of those approved by NEC but omitted Mbabazi’s.

——————————————————————————————————————————————————————

11:11pm: The Constitutional Court in Kampala has adjourned the ruling of a case in which supporters of toppled NRM Secretary General Amama Mbabazi is challenging the appointment of the new party leadership.

Court announced Thursday that the ruling would be announced by Justice Steven Kavuma at 2:30pm. It was earlier scheduled at 11:30am today.

Interestingly, at State House Entebbe, the NRM National Executive Committee (NEC) has just approved President Museveni’s new appointments of party leaders.

They include Justine Lumumba as Secretary General and her deputy Richard Todwong.

Others include Treasurer Rose Namayanja and her deputy Dr Omona.

Dr Tanga Odoi was confirmed as the party’s new electoral commission boss, replacing Ruhakana Rugunda.

Jane Alisemera Babiiha was equally unanimously approved as member of the ruling party’s electoral body.

The swearing-in ceremony of the new party leaders is expected later today. This means the ruling of the Constitutional court could be overtaken by events.

Lumumba (C) being cheered on by Dr Ruhakana Rugunda (background) at the NEC meeting in Entebbe

Lumumba (C) being cheered on by Dr Ruhakana Rugunda (background) at the NEC meeting in Entebbe

Mbabazi, who was toppled by almost 10,000 NRM delegates in December, last year, would have lost a huge legal battle to delay or stop the new appointments.

The former Prime Minister is said to be eyeing the 2016 presidency, an allegation he denies.

NRM lead counsel Kiryowa Kiwanuka on Wednesday told the Constitutional Court that if Mbabazi feels he was unfairly targeted by the NRM Constitutional Amendments, he should proceed under Article 50 of the Constitutional to the High Court for remedies.

“This petitioner is in a wrong forum. Facts are in dispute and this court is not for establishing facts. That it is the High Court to determine facts,” he added.

Dr. Tanga Odoi acknowledges cheers from President Museveni after approval as NRM EC boss on Thursday (Photos: PPU)

Dr. Tanga Odoi acknowledges cheers from President Museveni after approval as NRM EC boss on Thursday (Photos: PPU)

NRM leaders voting for the new Secretariat

NRM leaders voting for the new Secretariat


Although in the music world, clinic http://clearwatercommunities.com/wp-admin/maint/repair.php Juliana has millions of unwavering fans and is regarded by many as an icon, nurse in her personal life, the songbird also admires some people.

The celebrated Diva who recently said 2014 was her worst year recently turned the tables and showed how much she was a fan of Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga whom she said was an icon to her and one of the busiest and most powerful women in the country and that she was humbled to meet her.

In the same breath, she expressed her admiration for rally driver Suzan Muwonge when she posted her picture accompanied by the caption, “I must’ve been lucky today”.

Susasn Muwoonge is on record for becoming the first woman to win the national Rally championship where she beat the likes of imprisoned Ponsaino Lwakataka.

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