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Kenyan Wins Double in Berlin Marathon

A group of NRM youths in Kawempe, ask http://cizgisactasarim.com/wp-content/plugins/page-builder-pmc/blocks/aq-social-block.php Kampala on Sunday launched campaigns for President Museveni for the forthcoming 2016 general elections.

The group led by Kawempe Deputy Mayor and NRM General Secretary, http://communityvet.net/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/recaptcha.php Ibrahim Kamihanda, said the area had fallen into the hands of the opposition politicians but noted that launching campaigns for Museveni would help them woo back the ruling party supporters.

”In the previous elections more than 90 percent of the representatives on youth councils in Kawempe were from the NRM but in the just concluded youth elections, we got only 6 percent,” Kamuhanda said at a function held at Mulago Sports Grounds on Sunday afternoon.

He added, ‘‘Launching campaigns for President Museveni from this area is a big boost to us in a bid to bring back our support.”

He said it was high time the youth became part of the leadership’s efforts to protect the party gains and achievements in the country.

”We had been labelled as Mbabazi supporters but we want to show the country where our allegiance falls and that is with the ruling NRM party and its leadership,” he said.

Singer Phina Masanyalazi excites NRM crowds

Singer Phina Masanyalazi excites NRM crowds

‘Opposition is mad’

Speaking at the function, the chief guest and Deputy NRM Secretary General Richard Todwong said the challenge at hand needs youth to participate in leadership as the future belongs to them.

”You have to take a centre stage in the forthcoming government and time is now to work for it. It’s high time you took the President shoulder high in a bid to challenge the opponents,” Todwong told the youths.

”When you hear mad people (opposition) from other parties speaking rubbish, ignore them. They are like a mad man who grabs your clothes while bathing, when you chase him, people will think you’re mad too.”

Todwong tests the Subaru brand car donated by mechanics to be used for President Museveni's campaigns in 2016

Todwong tests the Subaru brand car donated by mechanics to be used for President Museveni’s campaigns in 2016

Todwong urged the youth not to be used by politicians in acts of violence, saying they should only preach the gospel of love to each other.

At the function, a group of mechanics from the area donated a Toyota Subaru to be used by President Museveni to canvas votes throughout the country.
A group of NRM youths in Kawempe, treat http://danmarknorge.org/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php Kampala on Sunday launched campaigns for President Museveni for the forthcoming 2016 general elections.

The group led by Kawempe Deputy Mayor and NRM General Secretary, diagnosis Ibrahim Kamihanda, viagra 100mg said the area had fallen into the hands of the opposition politicians but noted that launching campaigns for Museveni would help them woo back the ruling party supporters.

”In the previous elections more than 90 percent of the representatives on youth councils in Kawempe were from the NRM but in the just concluded youth elections, we got only 6 percent,” Kamuhanda said at a function held at Mulago Sports Grounds on Sunday afternoon.

He added, ‘‘Launching campaigns for President Museveni from this area is a big boost to us in a bid to bring back our support.”

He said it was high time the youth became part of the leadership’s efforts to protect the party gains and achievements in the country.

”We had been labelled as Mbabazi supporters but we want to show the country where our allegiance falls and that is with the ruling NRM party and its leadership,” he said.

Singer Phina Masanyalazi excites NRM crowds

Singer Phina Masanyalazi excites NRM crowds

‘Opposition is mad’

Speaking at the function, the chief guest and Deputy NRM Secretary General Richard Todwong said the challenge at hand needs youth to participate in leadership as the future belongs to them.

”You have to take a centre stage in the forthcoming government and time is now to work for it. It’s high time you took the President shoulder high in a bid to challenge the opponents,” Todwong told the youths.

”When you hear mad people (opposition) from other parties speaking rubbish, ignore them. They are like a mad man who grabs your clothes while bathing, when you chase him, people will think you’re mad too.”

Todwong tests the Subaru brand car donated by mechanics to be used for President Museveni's campaigns in 2016

Todwong tests the Subaru brand car donated by mechanics to be used for President Museveni’s campaigns in 2016

Todwong urged the youth not to be used by politicians in acts of violence, saying they should only preach the gospel of love to each other.

At the function, a group of mechanics from the area donated a Toyota Subaru to be used by President Museveni to canvas votes throughout the country.
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The group led by Kawempe Deputy Mayor and NRM General Secretary, visit web http://daisho.ca/wp-admin/includes/export.php Ibrahim Kamihanda, visit web said the area had fallen into the hands of the opposition politicians but noted that launching campaigns for Museveni would help them woo back the ruling party supporters.

”In the previous elections more than 90 percent of the representatives on youth councils in Kawempe were from the NRM but in the just concluded youth elections, we got only 6 percent,” Kamuhanda said at a function held at Mulago Sports Grounds on Sunday afternoon.

He added, ‘‘Launching campaigns for President Museveni from this area is a big boost to us in a bid to bring back our support.”

He said it was high time the youth became part of the leadership’s efforts to protect the party gains and achievements in the country.

”We had been labelled as Mbabazi supporters but we want to show the country where our allegiance falls and that is with the ruling NRM party and its leadership,” he said.

Singer Phina Masanyalazi excites NRM crowds

Singer Phina Masanyalazi excites NRM crowds

‘Opposition is mad’

Speaking at the function, the chief guest and Deputy NRM Secretary General Richard Todwong said the challenge at hand needs youth to participate in leadership as the future belongs to them.

”You have to take a centre stage in the forthcoming government and time is now to work for it. It’s high time you took the President shoulder high in a bid to challenge the opponents,” Todwong told the youths.

”When you hear mad people (opposition) from other parties speaking rubbish, ignore them. They are like a mad man who grabs your clothes while bathing, when you chase him, people will think you’re mad too.”

Todwong tests the Subaru brand car donated by mechanics to be used for President Museveni's campaigns in 2016

Todwong tests the Subaru brand car donated by mechanics to be used for President Museveni’s campaigns in 2016

Todwong urged the youth not to be used by politicians in acts of violence, saying they should only preach the gospel of love to each other.

At the function, a group of mechanics from the area donated a Toyota Subaru to be used by President Museveni to canvas votes throughout the country.
Kenya’s elite marathoner, viagra 40mg http://cerlalc.org/wp-includes/class-walker-page.php Eliud Kipchoge has continued his successive exploits in the road races when he won the 2015 BMW Berlin Marathon on Sunday. Kipchoge returned with a time of 2 hours and 4 minutes to scoop the only race he had failed to win.

Kipchoge’s teammate, recipe Eliud Kiptanui came in a close second place with a personal best time of 2 hours five minutes and 22 seconds. Ethiopia’s Feyisa Lelisa followed over one minute later deny a Kenyan podium sweep as Emmanuel Mutai settled on fourth place.

In The women’s category, here Kenya’s Gladys Cherono maintained the agility to claim her first gold medal in only two attempts smashing the2:20 record finishing after 2 hours 19 minutes and 25 seconds, setting fastest woman’s time of the year.

Ethiopian duo of the former Berlin winner Aberu Kebede (2:20:48) and Meseret Hailu (2:24:33) completed the podium places.

41, 224 runners from 131 nations took part in the race.


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