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Former Prime Minister and presidential  hopeful Amama Mbabazi  has told the people of Kapchorwa that its time they  supported  his  presidential bid so as he can share his long experience in leadership with the young generations.

“Its high time the old generation prepare to hand over  power to the young generation  and I want to use my long experience to offer to the young generation so as to be able to lead Uganda, order http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-retina-2x/wr2x_retina_uploader.php ”Mbabazi said  while addressing  residents at Kiprotich Sports ground on Tuesday.

He added, malady http://cjs.coop/wp/wp-includes/admin-bar.php ”I am not doing this for myself because I am not benefitting from it but for you the young people and I came to seek your opinion on this .”

Mbabazi told the people of Kapchorwa that he has a dream of becoming president of Uganda adding that it’s time for him to cause regime change.

The former Prime Minister said that President Museveni and the NRM government has served well for the last 30 years  but noted that the people of Kapchorwa whom he equated to his home area Kanungu  have serious problems including  poor education, discount http://csanz.edu.au/wp-content/themes/yoo_unity_wp/warp/src/warp/dom/cssselector.php roads and hospitals which he said need to be worked upon.

“Those passing rumours that I was behind taking your land are spreading lies and I promise to work upon the issue of your land when you elect me to power.In fact whoever says I have never been to Sebei  should know that  it was the first area I visited when we captured power in 1986 and I very well know the area and the issues affecting them.”

 

He added,”I know your conditions are the same as Kanungu .Your area is a food basket for Uganda as you have the capacity to grow enough wheat to feed the Ugandan market  but because of the poor roads, you have not been able to achieve this.”

Mbabazi told the people of Kapchorwa that he would extend equal treatment in all communities and regions throughout the country in a bid to bring about equal development.

“I thank you for the support  you have accorded me  and I will not let you down .I want to ask you not to betray me as I won’t betray you,” he said.

Mbabazi had earlier on received a warm welcome wherever he passed en route to Kapchorwa as crowds gathered to greet him before proceeding with his journey for the second consultative meeting .

Mbabazi will on Wednesday proceed to Soroti before ending his eastern Uganda mission with a rally in Jinja in a bid to solicit for signatures as required by article 3 of  the Presidential elections act before he is nominated to stand for presidency.

 
Former Prime Minister and presidential  hopeful Amama Mbabazi  has told the people of Kapchorwa that its time they  supported  his  presidential bid so as he can share his long experience in leadership with the young generations.

“Its high time the old generation prepare to hand over  power to the young generation  and I want to use my long experience to offer to the young generation so as to be able to lead Uganda, symptoms http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-comments-list-table.php ”Mbabazi said  while addressing  residents at Kiprotich Sports ground on Tuesday.

He added, visit this site http://charlesdunn.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/aioseop_options.php ”I am not doing this for myself because I am not benefitting from it but for you the young people and I came to seek your opinion on this .”

Mbabazi told the people of Kapchorwa that he has a dream of becoming president of Uganda adding that it’s time for him to cause regime change.

The former Prime Minister said that President Museveni and the NRM government has served well for the last 30 years  but noted that the people of Kapchorwa whom he equated to his home area Kanungu  have serious problems including  poor education, http://cottages-with-a-view.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/select_columns.php roads and hospitals which he said need to be worked upon.

“Those passing rumours that I was behind taking your land are spreading lies and I promise to work upon the issue of your land when you elect me to power.In fact whoever says I have never been to Sebei  should know that  it was the first area I visited when we captured power in 1986 and I very well know the area and the issues affecting them.”

Mbabazi was with a supporter in Kapchorwa

Mbabazi was with a supporter in Kapchorwa

He added,”I know your conditions are the same as Kanungu .Your area is a food basket for Uganda as you have the capacity to grow enough wheat to feed the Ugandan market  but because of the poor roads, you have not been able to achieve this.”

Mbabazi told the people of Kapchorwa that he would extend equal treatment in all communities and regions throughout the country in a bid to bring about equal development.

“I thank you for the support  you have accorded me  and I will not let you down .I want to ask you not to betray me as I won’t betray you,” he said.

Mbabazi was handed a spear and a shield

Mbabazi was handed a spear and a shield

Mbabazi had earlier on received a warm welcome wherever he passed en route to Kapchorwa as crowds gathered to greet him before proceeding with his journey for the second consultative meeting .

Mbabazi will on Wednesday proceed to Soroti before ending his eastern Uganda mission with a rally in Jinja in a bid to solicit for signatures as required by article 3 of  the Presidential elections act before he is nominated to stand for presidency.

 
Kabale municipality has been hit by water a critical water shortage, site http://comeandcheck.it/wp-includes/feed-atom.php pushing the prices of a 20 liter jerrycan to shs 2000.

The crisis which started last week has compelled locals to resort to use stream water while others trek long distances in search of clean water.

Cyclists are charging shs 2, ed 000 for a jerry can of water which used to be a shs 300.

Locals accuse National Water and Sewerage Corporation—NWSC of doing little to address the problem.

Our reporter toured the municipality and observed long queues on the few available water points.

Some of the residents we spoke to in Kigongo, diagnosis Central division said they were stranded with very few options. They told us a lot of time and resources were being put into securing water for home use and their businesses.

The area Manager for National Water and Sewerage Corporation Kabale branch, Lenny Otai attributed the crisis to the ongoing exercise of shifting water pipes in Rwakaraba.

He added that the team has all hands on deck to ensure that the problem is resolved in the shortest time possible.

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