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Lumumba, Todwong Rush to Pastor Kakande for Divine Intervention

NRM Secretary General Kasule Lumumba

Uganda, search http://cbpa.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php in collaboration with the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), abortion will on November 4, 2015 host the Development Cooperation Forum (DCF) high-level symposium, Hon. Fred Omach, the State Mininster for Finance has said.

The three day symposium, which is also supported by contributions from UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC), will take place at the Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort, Kampala.

The DCF, is the principal platform for global policy dialogue on development cooperation. It engages all stakeholders to review trends and progress in development cooperation.

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While addressing Journalists at Uganda Media Centre, the State Minister for Finance said the Kampala meeting is one of three global engagements that will contribute to the 5th High-level Meeting of the Development Cooperation Forum of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, to be held in New York in July 2016.

“It will provide a platform for evidence based sharing and will ultimately produce concrete policy guidance on development cooperation post-2015, to put into practice at international, regional, national and local level,” Hon. Omach said.

The Symposium which will be officiated by President Museveni and co-chaired by the Hon. Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development and the Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations will be attended by more than 200 Ministers, high-level representatives and experts from all regions of the world.

According to Hon. Omach, the Uganda DCF provides a first opportunity to discuss the implementation of the Financing for Development agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.

It will be held under the theme = Development Cooperation for a New Era: Making the Renewed Global Partnership for Sustainable Development a Reality.

The symposium will discuss development cooperation for the new agenda: ways to motivate, support and further shape development cooperation as a critical ‘means of implementation’ in the post-2015 era.

Hon Omach said the symposium will also seek to provide answers to how countries, including Uganda, will align development cooperation policies and interventions to implement the SDGs.

” It will also show how to monitor and review the impact of development cooperation on the new sustainable development agenda,” he said.

He said the conference will bring to the table key issues related to ownership of the new global agenda, which needs translation into strategies and action at national and local levels, with a distinctive role for development cooperation as part of the broader global partnership for sustainable development.

He said particular attention will be placed on the challenges that Africa faces as a region.

Hon Omach said the symposium will also promote technology facilitation and capacity building, and address gaps in technology.
Uganda, pill http://cmareno.com/wp-includes/pluggable-deprecated.php in collaboration with the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), pills will on November 4, 2015 host the Development Cooperation Forum (DCF) high-level symposium, Hon. Fred Omach, the State Mininster for Finance has said.

The three day symposium, which is also supported by contributions from UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC), will take place at the Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort, Kampala.

The DCF, is the principal platform for global policy dialogue on development cooperation. It engages all stakeholders to review trends and progress in development cooperation.

While addressing Journalists at Uganda Media Centre, the State Minister for Finance said the Kampala meeting is one of three global engagements that will contribute to the 5th High-level Meeting of the Development Cooperation Forum of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, to be held in New York in July 2016.

“It will provide a platform for evidence based sharing and will ultimately produce concrete policy guidance on development cooperation post-2015, to put into practice at international, regional, national and local level,” Hon. Omach said.

The Symposium which will be officiated by President Museveni and co-chaired by the Hon. Minister of Finance, Planning and Economic Development and the Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations will be attended by more than 200 Ministers, high-level representatives and experts from all regions of the world.

According to Hon. Omach, the Uganda DCF provides a first opportunity to discuss the implementation of the Financing for Development agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.

It will be held under the theme = Development Cooperation for a New Era: Making the Renewed Global Partnership for Sustainable Development a Reality.

The symposium will discuss development cooperation for the new agenda: ways to motivate, support and further shape development cooperation as a critical ‘means of implementation’ in the post-2015 era.

Hon Omach said the symposium will also seek to provide answers to how countries, including Uganda, will align development cooperation policies and interventions to implement the SDGs.

” It will also show how to monitor and review the impact of development cooperation on the new sustainable development agenda,” he said.

He said the conference will bring to the table key issues related to ownership of the new global agenda, which needs translation into strategies and action at national and local levels, with a distinctive role for development cooperation as part of the broader global partnership for sustainable development.

He said particular attention will be placed on the challenges that Africa faces as a region.

Hon Omach said the symposium will also promote technology facilitation and capacity building, and address gaps in technology.
Chairman of the National Electoral Commission Eng Badru Kiggundu has strongly condemned the violence and malpractice that was witnessed in the various political parties’ lower level elections; which peaked with this week’s NRM Parliamentary, stomach http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-plugin-upgrader-skin.php Mayoral and LC5 Primaries.

Eng Kiggundu stressed Thursday morning that Ugandans must desist from any actions that may lead to disorder. He went on to warn that the commission would not hesitate to de-nominate any candidates who will engage in acts contrary to laws and guidelines issued for smooth execution of various electoral activities

“Competitive elections will always have one person and winner. We can hold different political views and still live together as communities and a country. Elections should never divide us, link http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/multisite.php ” said Kiggundu.

He was this morning laying out the Electoral Commission’s guidelines for candidates ahead of the presidential nominations which will be held next week on November 3rd and 4th at the Mandela National Stadium.

So far, http://coastalperiodontics.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-automatic-updater.php only 11 Presidential aspirants have returned lists of 100 supporters from required minimum of 75 districts. The commission issued certificates of aproveal to 9 of these, namely; Abed Bwanika, Amama Mbabazi, Yoweri Museveni, Col Kizza Besigye, Gen Benon Biraaro, Joseph Mabirizi, Nasser Ssebagala and Faith Walube Kyalya

On November 3rd, Incumbent Yoweri Museveni will be nominated first at 10:00am, and former Premier Amama Mbabazi will follow an hour later. Col Kizza Besigye is scheduled for the following day at 11 am.

According to the set guidelines, access to the venue will be restricted to authorized persons alone.

“Aspirants must use 2 vehicles with whose occupancy should not exceed 20 persons,” said Kiggundu.

Exception however, has been made to President Museveni to access Nambole with his entire security detail as provided for in the law.

Eng Kiggundu asked candidates to conduct their campaigns in line with harmonized and approved campaign programmed which will be shared with all stakeholders.

Meanwhile, after the nomination exercise, two of the presidential candidates Hon Amama Mbabazi and President Yoweri Museveni have scheduled massive rallies at the Kololo Independence grounds at the same time.

According to one of Mbabazi’s top strategists and DP president Norbert Mao, thousands of Go Forward supporters after Mbabazi’s nomination will be converging at the independence grounds.

“Owing to these numbers, we found that there was no other place we could hold this rally other than Kololo,” he told reporters on Tuesday.

He however revealed that they were aware that President Museveni booked the same venue for his rally after nomination.

If blocked by police from accessing the venue, Mao said the supporters will pour on the streets of Kampala.

 
The National Resistance Movement party top officials on Wednesday rushed for a born-again prayer crusade to seek intervention following a devastating aftermath of the just concluded party primaries.

The Secretary General Justine Kasule Lumumba and her Deputy Richard Todwong yesterday evening sneaked from their headquarters at Kyadondo, more about http://cirnow.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-importer.php that was being bombarded with losers’ petitions, to go to the presence of God.

The convoy of the duo stormed Nakivubo stadium at 7 pm where Synagogue Church of All Nations under Pastor Samuel Kakande had organized an evening crusade.

Lumumba and Todwong, who are well known Roman Catholics arrived and stayed around up to 11pm; attentively listening to the preaching and often getting on their knees for their prayers to be heard.

The NRM held this week held its parliamentary and LC5 primary elections and is yet to survive the subsequent storm.

When contacted on phone on Thursday, Todwong said he and Lumumba made their mind together to pray to God, but added that this was a normal prayer and not necessarily as a result of the party challenges.

“We went to the crusade together just like the people we found in the crowd. It was not because of those election things you are trying to bring up,” Todwong said.

“Disagreements and petitions are always expected in every elections and they are not a reserved of the NRM. We are expeditiously handling everything ourselves without seeking for any supernatural help,” Todwong added.

Many ministers and incumbent Members of Parliament lost the Tuesday poll including Ministers Maj. Gen. Kahinda Otafiire, Jessica Alupo Nyombi, Nyombi Thembo among others.

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