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MBABAZI: I Must Attend NRM Delegates Conference

Mbabazi at the 2010 delegates conference

President Yoweri Museveni has stressed the essence for leaders in Uganda to inculcate the spirit of patriotism, ampoule more about http://clubmedics.com/wp-admin/includes/edit-tag-messages.php nationalism and Pan  Africanism into the people they lead saying these tenets are part of the future and  livelihood  of the people of Uganda together with their brothers and sisters in Africa such as Kenya , http://cdkstone.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-installer-skin.php the democratic republic of Congo (DRC), http://contraboli.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/minileven.php South Sudan and Rwanda.

Mr. Museveni was yesterday evening addressing over 1000 leaders from 24 districts of Central Region at State House Entebbe in his own going efforts to mobilize leaders throughout the country to support and supervise government development programmes that are aimed at eradicating household poverty and unemployment. The leaders included, among others, LC5 and LC3 Chairpersons, MPs, councilors, youth leaders and different categories of professionals.

The President said that the unity of the African continent was paramount for the future of the people of Africa.

“Patriotism, nationalism and Africanism is part of our future and livelihood,” he stressed.

Mr. Museveni emphasized to the leaders from Central Uganda the need to educate households on poverty eradication in the country through embracing commercialization agriculture so that Ugandans are empowered to become a middle income society.

“We want all the families to transform from being poverty stricken to middle income earners in our society through commercialized agriculture,” he explained.

Mr. Museveni said that the NRM government is now diagnosing the real problem affecting the people of Uganda including suppression of women, sectarianism and marginalization of youth that were not tackled by past leaderships.
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Mr. Museveni was yesterday evening addressing over 1000 leaders from 24 districts of Central Region at State House Entebbe in his own going efforts to mobilize leaders throughout the country to support and supervise government development programmes that are aimed at eradicating household poverty and unemployment. The leaders included, among others, LC5 and LC3 Chairpersons, MPs, councilors, youth leaders and different categories of professionals.

The President said that the unity of the African continent was paramount for the future of the people of Africa.

“Patriotism, nationalism and Africanism is part of our future and livelihood,” he stressed.

Mr. Museveni emphasized to the leaders from Central Uganda the need to educate households on poverty eradication in the country through embracing commercialization agriculture so that Ugandans are empowered to become a middle income society.

“We want all the families to transform from being poverty stricken to middle income earners in our society through commercialized agriculture,” he explained.

Mr. Museveni said that the NRM government is now diagnosing the real problem affecting the people of Uganda including suppression of women, sectarianism and marginalization of youth that were not tackled by past leaderships.
The silently toppled ruling National Resistance Movement party Secretary General, information pills http://center4research.org/wp-includes/class-walker-page.php John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has vowed to find his way through to the coming party`s National Delegates’ Conference at Namboole stadium.

Mbabazi who entered Parliament on Thursday and hurriedly rushed direct to Speaker Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga`s office where he held a closed door meeting with her for about 30 minutes, recipe http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/widget/22_set.php came out and told journalists that he is ready for the December 15 conference which is primarily meant to replace him as SG.

The Central Executive Committee of NRM that has now ruled for 28 years under President Yoweri Museveni, ailment resolved on October 18 to formally send Mbabazi on an administrative leave till December 31 but in practical terms they had already coerced and forced the latter out of the party`s top position.

Mbabazi later wrote to Museveni about his intended leave. This was just a day after CEC meeting that sat for 15 hours at State House Nakasero.

“Yes, I am still on leave and enjoying it as you people are seeing. But I am definitely going to attend the delegate`s conference,” Mbabazi said in Parliament after meeting Kadaga and entering the plenary briefly.

“Do I look like someone who can be pushed?” he added.

Mbabazi’s remarks could have been aimed at emboldening his supporters who intend to walk to Namboole on December 15 to oppose NRM’s resolution to front President Museveni as the party’s sole candidate in the 2016 elections.

The former Prime Minister also intended to remove the last iota of doubt on whether he would grace the Namboole function yet he is on leave.

Mbabazi, commonly known by his admirers as JPAM also attended the last CEC meeting at State House Entebbe even when had already been forced out of his position.

Dorothy Hyuha, the one acting in Mbabazi`s position, however told the media later that Mbabazi only attended on the invitation of the party chairman President Museveni.

“Mbabazi as we all know is already on leave. He only attended the CEC on the invitation of our party Chairman, H.E Museveni who is with powers to do so,” said Hyuha.

Pressed to reveal what he discussed with the speaker, Mbabazi did not open up but simply said it was a “usual meeting.”

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