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Makerere University Students Write to Kayihura on Electoral Violence

One of the 2016 presidential candidates Maureen Kyalya has strongly condemned former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi, viagra dosage http://demainechiropractic.com/wp-includes/embed.php a fellow contender, stomach http://cdkstone.com.au/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/includes/customizer/customizer.php in the wake of last Sunday’s incident in which his supporters beat up those of incumbent President Yoweri Museveni in Ntungamo district.

Although the Go Forward campaign swiftly defended itself that the clash was out of provocation from the NRM youths who attacked them at their rally, buy information pills Ms Kyalya pushed the entire blame onto Mbabazi who she said needed to apologize to the nation.

The NRM donning President Yoweri Museveni’s campaign t-shirts, reportedly attacked Amama Mbabazi’s convoy, hurling a stone at one of his cars.

Mrs Kyalya, who took a break from the campaign trail and joined her family in the UK, stated today that as an independent presidential candidate, Mbabazi had nothing to justify prohibiting people from other parties from attending his campaign in Ntungamo.

“Mbabazi unlike Besigye and Museveni has no party. This means that every single Ugandan, regardless of political affiliation is his supporter. Therefore all the people who were beaten up were actually his supporters and they should be apologized to,” she argued.

Mrs Kyalya further accused Mbabazi of dishonesty and antagonizing the efforts of other opposition political parties.

Go Forward she said had confused all existing and established political parties by misleading their candidates to stand and promote themselves as Go Forward candidates, a party that does not exist.

“This has not only killed the opposition unity specifically between FDC and all the other parties, but has completely finished off opposition in Uganda,” she said.

Projecting that Mbabazi would soon cross back to the ruling party, Mrs Kylaya noted that the former Premier is only but a liability to the opposition.

“Go forward is now crashing and destroying the entire opposition and in the end if and when you reconcile with NRM, which is a big possibility, Uganda as a nation will have no opposition at all.”

“FDC the leading opposition party will have been put in a comma and we have already attended the funerals of UPC and DP thanks to you. I find that extremely selfish and unpatriotic,” charged the presidential candidate.

Kyalya who also sounded sympathetic to the ruling NRM government, argued Mbabazi was to blame for most of its shortcomings and that he should be last person to be fighting it.

 
One of the 2016 presidential candidates Maureen Kyalya has strongly condemned former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi, decease http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/comment-template.php a fellow contender, find http://cenariospizza.com/wp-includes/class-wp-locale-switcher.php in the wake of last Sunday’s incident in which his supporters beat up those of incumbent President Yoweri Museveni in Ntungamo district.

Although the Go Forward campaign swiftly defended itself that the clash was out of provocation from the NRM youths who attacked them at their rally, http://comfortzonetoronto.com/wp-includes/cron.php Ms Kyalya pushed the entire blame onto Mbabazi who she said needed to apologize to the nation.

The NRM donning President Yoweri Museveni’s campaign t-shirts reportedly attacked Amama Mbabazi’s convoy, hurling a stone at one of his cars.

Mrs Kyalya, who took a break from the campaign trail and joined her family in the UK, stated today that as an independent presidential candidate, Mbabazi had nothing to justify prohibiting people from other parties from attending his campaign in Ntungamo.

“Mbabazi unlike Besigye and Museveni has no party. This means that every single Ugandan, regardless of political affiliation is his supporter. Therefore all the people who were beaten up were actually his supporters and they should be apologized to,” she argued.

Mrs Kyalya further accused Mbabazi of dishonesty and antagonizing the efforts of other opposition political parties.

Go Forward she said had confused all existing and established political parties by misleading their candidates to stand and promote themselves as Go Forward candidates, a party that does not exist.

“This has not only killed the opposition unity specifically between FDC and all the other parties, but has completely finished off opposition in Uganda,” she said.

Projecting that Mbabazi would soon cross back to the ruling party, Mrs Kylaya noted that the former Premier is only but a liability to the opposition.

“Go forward is now crashing and destroying the entire opposition and in the end if and when you reconcile with NRM, which is a big possibility, Uganda as a nation will have no opposition at all.”

“FDC the leading opposition party will have been put in a comma and we have already attended the funerals of UPC and DP thanks to you. I find that extremely selfish and unpatriotic,” charged the presidential candidate.

Kyalya who also sounded sympathetic to the ruling NRM government, argued Mbabazi was to blame for most of its shortcomings and that he should be last person to be fighting it.

 
Makerere University students have written to the head of Uganda police force Gen Kale Kayihura, approved http://chaudharylaw.com/wp-includes/link-template.php demanding an explanation on the escalating violence in the ongoing election season.

The youths while addressing press at the university campus on Wednesday handed the IGP a 48 hours ultimatum to have come out with the full report of Sunday’s clash between Hon Amama Mbabazi and President Yoweri Museveni’s supporters in Ntungamo district.

The former Makerere University Guild Prime minister Simon Senoga, approved http://chios.ro/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor.php one of the activists revealed that short of this, story the youths would mobilize a big peaceful demonstration in the city center.

“So far we have mobilized over 20,000 youth from various institutions for a peaceful demonstration if the IGP doesn’t have the report in the given time,” he said.

The procession from Makerere campus to the city center he said, is against Police’s failure to protect Ugandans in the electoral season.

“It should be noted that the people would are seen leading these clashes seem to exhibit military skills which raises the question of who they really are.”

Police on Monday promised to make public, the findings of the investigations of the Ntungamo incident, which were being spearheaded by the IGP himself.

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