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Mbabazi Writes to EC to Start Nationwide Consultations

Go Forward Presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi

Police yesterday 25th June, search http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-deprecated.php arrested 3 Chinese nationals for illegally operating a betting company in Masaka district.

Investigations revealed that the company was not paying taxes and the owners did not have documents allowing them to stay and work in Uganda.

The Company known as Karate was closed after it failed to pay one of its clients who had gambled and won.

Three of the owners were arrested and police regional spokesperson Noah Serunjoji says a few more are still on the run.

 
SC Villa mid maestro, cialis 40mg http://collegenotester.com/plugins/categoryaccordion/default.php Hassan Wasswa has been named the captain of the Uganda Cranes Chan squad that is due to clash with Tanzania at the Amam stadium in Zanzibar on Saturday 20th.

Wasswa is just fresh from winning the 2015 Uganda cup and he will be deputized in Zanzibar by League top scorer and URA Fc’s striker, more about http://charadas.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-autoupdate.php Robert Ssentongo.

Waswa exuded confidence that Cranes will definitely beat Tanzania owing to the fresh and vast talent currently in the camp.

” We have played Tanzania before and gotten good results but we shall not rely on that. Our aim is to win away. It’s good we have some new faces in the squad so it will be so hard for Tanzania to know who  mark. The boys are set and ready to die a little for their country on Saturday, http://compagniedoucefrance.fr/media/widgetkit/widgets/slideset/styles/steam/template.php ” Wasswa told media after Wednesday’s training at the Fufa technical center, Njeru.

The Cranes are expected to depart for Zanzibar aboard Ethiopian airlines at 2 pm local time. Coach Micho is still holding his final list of the travelling party until the last hour.

Full squad in camp;
Goalkeepers: Alitho James, Bwete Brian, Benjamin Ochan

Defenders: Hassan Wasswa, Okoth Denis, Ntambi Julius ,Ochwo Brian, Musisi Farouk, Bakaki Shafiq, Kiyemba Ibrahim, Okello Silvester

Midfielders: Bukenya Deus, Tekkwo Derrick, Mugerwa Yasser, Kizito Keziron, Mutyaba Muzamil, Eturude Abel, Kyeyune Saidi, Miya Farouk, Martin Kizza

Strikers: Sekisambu Erisa, Semazi John, Kalanda Frank, Ssentongo Robert, Fahad Muhamed Hassan and Milton Karisa

 
Presidential Aspirant Amama Mbabazi; bent to accentuate his intention to contest in the coming general elections, dosage http://couponadventures.com/wp-includes/kses.php has written to the Electoral Commission.

In a letter dated Tuesday June 16 and received by the EC, information pills Mbabazi introduced himself to the commission as an aspiring candidate in the coming 2016 presidential elections.  This he said he did in accordance with Section 3 of the Presidential Elections Act [2005].

He went ahead to list 25 venues in which he will be conducting nationwide consultations with his supporters to prepare for his nominations.

The consultations will commence on July 9th in Mbale district [Eastern Uganda], and end August 1st in his home district of Kanungu.

Part of Mbabazi's letter to the EC

Part of Mbabazi’s letter to the EC

He will be in Kampala on Friday July 17th and the following day in the neighboring Wakiso District.

The EC had reportedly warned Mbabazi against early campaigning, as scores of his youthful supporters around the country took to the streets to pin posters of their candidate.

“Technically, we don’t know Mr Mbabazi because we have not yet released a programme for the campaigns. He is campaigning as what? If he wants to consult party members that is a party matter but for the national election, no one has been nominated yet so no one can start early campaigns. You can’t say I want to be president in 2016 before we release our campaign programme. He is out of order and we hope he takes our communication seriously,” the EC Jotham Spokeseprson Mr Taremwa was quoted by Daily Monitor.

Police also responded by arresting several of these youth supporters and pulling down Mbabazi’s posters

President Yoweri Museveni had also expressed concerns about Mbabazi’s premature announcement and urged Ugandans not to waste their time on his “early electioneering.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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