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MP Cries Foul in Kabale NRM Polls

Minister David Bahati congratulated by supporters after trouncing Musasizi as the Kabale District NRM Chairperson on Thursday

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The Independence day main celebrations will be at Kaunda grounds under the theme, “Striving towards a prosperous people and country; The true meaning of independence.”

According to Officials from Uganda Media Center, President Museveni will be the main Celebrant.

Special Guests from abroad are also expected to grace the occasion.

ChimpReports has learnt that hundreds of Bulls will be slaughtered for the celebrations.

The president who invited Ugandans to come and celebrate 53 years of Independence, has directed that all who will attend, will eat to their satisfaction.

Fifty guard groups of Uganda People Defence Force (UPDF), Police,and Prisons are set to participate at the ceremony.

“They will be beginning rehearsals on Oct 4, 2015,” a media Center official revealed.

Kaunda grounds have hosted most of the major functions in Gulu District including the Pope’s Visit in the region in 1993.
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The ongoing construction at the grounds includes opening access roads and giving the grounds a face lift.k1

The Independence day main celebrations will be at Kaunda grounds under the theme, “Striving towards a prosperous people and country; The true meaning of independence”,

According to Officials from Uganda Media Center, President Museveni will be the main Celebrant.

Special Guests from abroad are also expected to grace the occasion.

ChimpReports has learnt that hundreds of Bulls will be slaughtered for the celebrations.

The president who invited Ugandans to come and celebrate 53 years of Independence, has directed that all who will attend, will eat to their satisfaction.

Fifty guard groups of Uganda People Defence Force (UPDF), Police,and Prisons are set to participate at the ceremony.

“They will be beginning rehearsals on Oct 4, 2015,” a media Center official revealed.

Kaunda grounds have hosted most of the major functions in Gulu District including the Pope’s Visit in the region in 1993.
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The ongoing works include, opening access roads and giving the grounds a face lift.k1

The Independence day main celebrations will be at Kaunda grounds under the theme, “Striving towards a prosperous people and country; The true meaning of independence”,

According to Officials from Uganda Media Center, President Museveni will be the main Celebrant.

Special Guests from abroad are also expected to grace the occasion.

ChimpReports has learnt that hundreds of Bulls will be slaughtered for the celebrations.

The president who invited Ugandans to come and celebrate 53 years of Independence, has directed that all who will attend, will eat to their satisfaction.

Fifty guard groups of Uganda People Defence Force (UPDF), Police,and Prisons are set to participate at the ceremony.

“They will be beginning rehearsals on Oct 4, 2015,” a media Center official revealed.

Kaunda grounds have hosted most of the major functions in Gulu District including the Pope’s Visit in the region in 1993.
The Speaker of Parliament, thumb http://closdescapucins.fr/wp-includes/comment-template.php Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga has warned that government must exhibit seriousness by not taking its legislative arm for granted.

Kadaga made the strong warning while chairing a special parliamentary sitting on Tuesday to discuss three “urgent” Bills brought by government for consideration.

Members of Parliament were on Monday called back from recess to handle the proposed legislations – including the Presidential Elections (Amendment) Bill, shop 2015; the Parliamentary Elections (Amendment) Bill, 2015; and the Electoral Commission (Amendment) Bill, 2015.

The house was supposed to sit at 10:00am with Kadaga arriving on time.

Unfortunately there was no single government minister in the house including the Attorney General who was supposed to present the bills.

The behaviour of the government ministers and the entire ruling National Resistance Movement party members angered the House.

The Speaker virtually had no one to direct her questions to since the Leader of Government business, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda and the Government Chief Whip Hon Ruth Nankabirwa did not delegate anyone to represent them in Parliament.

Two of the three bills are about elections and came at a time when some of the activities for the 2016 general polls had already started.

MPs’ travel

Kadaga wondered why the government that itself brought the Bills remained unserious.

“All members were recalled from their constituencies for an urgent sitting and people struggled to come from upcountry. It is very unfortunate that the government takes that for granted. The government should stop taking Parliament for granted… they should stop!” Kadaga charged.

The Presidential Elections (Amendment) Bill, 2015 seeks to revise the nomination fees payable by candidates; modify the facilitation provided for a presidential candidate and remove the requirement for a candidate to campaign in every district.

The proposed legislation also intends to provide for polling stations to close at 4.00pm on polling day and require the Electoral Commission to provide for persons engaged in electoral activities or on duty in specific professions or areas vote.

Both matters are critical at this moment that the Electoral Commission is remaining with only a month to flag off presidential, parliamentary and Local Council campaigns.
The Speaker of Parliament, this site http://chimpreports.com/elections/wp-includes/post-thumbnail-template.php Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga has warned that government must exhibit seriousness by not taking its legislative arm for granted.

Kadaga made the strong warning while chairing a special parliamentary sitting on Tuesday to discuss three “urgent” Bills brought by government for consideration.

Members of Parliament were on Monday called back from recess to handle the proposed legislations – including the Presidential Elections (Amendment) Bill, treatment http://datedgear.com/wp-includes/class-wp-embed.php 2015; the Parliamentary Elections (Amendment) Bill, 2015; and the Electoral Commission (Amendment) Bill, 2015.

The house was supposed to sit at 10:00am with Kadaga arriving on time.

Unfortunately there was no single government minister in the house including the Attorney General who was supposed to present the bills.

The behaviour of the government ministers and the entire ruling National Resistance Movement party members angered the House.

The Speaker virtually had no one to direct her questions to since the Leader of Government business, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda and the Government Chief Whip Hon Ruth Nankabirwa did not delegate anyone to represent them in Parliament.

Two of the three bills are about elections and came at a time when some of the activities for the 2016 general polls had already started.

MPs’ travel

Kadaga wondered why the government that itself brought the Bills remained unserious.

“All members were recalled from their constituencies for an urgent sitting and people struggled to come from upcountry. It is very unfortunate that the government takes that for granted. The government should stop taking Parliament for granted… they should stop!” Kadaga charged.

The Presidential Elections (Amendment) Bill, 2015 seeks to revise the nomination fees payable by candidates; modify the facilitation provided for a presidential candidate and remove the requirement for a candidate to campaign in every district.

The proposed legislation also intends to provide for polling stations to close at 4.00pm on polling day and require the Electoral Commission to provide for persons engaged in electoral activities or on duty in specific professions or areas vote.

Both matters are critical at this moment that the Electoral Commission is remaining with only a month to flag off presidential, parliamentary and Local Council campaigns.
The Speaker of Parliament, approved http://coupon-ads.com/wp-admin/includes/class-language-pack-upgrader.php Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga has warned that government must exhibit seriousness by not taking its legislative arm for granted.

Kadaga made the strong warning while chairing a special parliamentary sitting on Tuesday to discuss three “urgent” Bills brought by government for consideration.

Members of Parliament were on Monday called back from recess to handle the proposed legislations – including the Presidential Elections (Amendment) Bill, order 2015; the Parliamentary Elections (Amendment) Bill, 2015; and the Electoral Commission (Amendment) Bill, 2015.

The house was supposed to sit at 10:00am with Kadaga arriving on time.

Unfortunately there was no single government minister in the house including the Attorney General who was supposed to present the bills.

The behaviour of the government ministers and the entire ruling National Resistance Movement party members angered the House.

The Speaker virtually had no one to direct her questions to since the Leader of Government business, Dr Ruhakana Rugunda and the Government Chief Whip Hon Ruth Nankabirwa did not delegate anyone to represent them in Parliament.

Two of the three bills are about elections and came at a time when some of the activities for the 2016 general polls had already started.

MPs’ travel

Kadaga wondered why the government that itself brought the Bills remained unserious.

“All members were recalled from their constituencies for an urgent sitting and people struggled to come from upcountry. It is very unfortunate that the government takes that for granted. The government should stop taking Parliament for granted… they should stop!” Kadaga charged.

The Presidential Elections (Amendment) Bill, 2015 seeks to revise the nomination fees payable by candidates; modify the facilitation provided for a presidential candidate and remove the requirement for a candidate to campaign in every district.

The proposed legislation also intends to provide for polling stations to close at 4.00pm on polling day and require the Electoral Commission to provide for persons engaged in electoral activities or on duty in specific professions or areas vote.

Both matters are critical at this moment that the Electoral Commission is remaining with only a month to flag off presidential, parliamentary and Local Council campaigns.
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On top of that, the Tunisians will have to pay Simba all the money demanded which includes a 2 percent P.A interest as ruled by one of the Fifa disciplinary committee on November 20.

The Ugandan striker was released by the club after Fifa intervention, joining SC Villa before making a grand return to Simba.

He has since joined  Danish side Sonderjyske .
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The ongoing works include, opening access roads and giving the grounds a face lift.k1

The Independence day main celebrations will be at Kaunda grounds under the theme, “Striving towards a prosperous people and country; The true meaning of independence”,

According to Officials from Uganda Media Center, President Museveni will be the main Celebrant.

Special Guests from abroad are also expected to grace the occasion.

ChimpReports has learnt that hundreds of Bulls will be slaughtered for the celebrations.

The president who invited Ugandans to come and celebrate 53 years of Independence, has directed that all who will attend, will eat to their satisfaction.

Fifty guard groups of Uganda People Defence Force (UPDF), Police,and Prisons are set to participate at the ceremony.

“They will be beginning rehearsals on Oct 4, 2015,” a media Center official revealed.

Kaunda grounds have hosted most of the major functions in Gulu District including the Pope’s Visit in the region in 1993.
The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) has filed a case against Tunisian giants Etoile Sportive Du Sahel for failing to pay Tanzanian giants Simba Sports Club a tune of USD 300, more about http://ckls.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-post-comments-list-table.php 000 (Approx Ushs.1.05 Bn).

The money is part of the transfer fees the two clubs had agreed prior to Emmanuel Okwi’s move to the Tunisians in January 2013.

However, http://ceris.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-automatic-updater.php the player had only a short five-month stint at the club following ‘poor working relationship’ claiming the club didn’t fulfill most of the contractual obligations.

According to Fifa, http://coachypnose.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpext.php Etoile is required to appear in the disciplinary committee for contravening article 64 of the Fifa code of conduct.

On top of that, the Tunisians will have to pay Simba all the money demanded which includes a 2 percent P.A interest as ruled by one of the Fifa disciplinary committee on November 20.

The Ugandan striker was released by the club after Fifa intervention, joining SC Villa before making a grand return to Simba.

He has since joined  Danish side Sonderjyske .
Henry Musasizi, http://corifentreprises.fr/wp-includes/vars.php the Rubanda East Member of Parliament has slammed the ruling National Resistance Movement leadership, page accusing them of organizing a sham party grassroots election in Kabale, that ended in his loss to State Minister for Planning David Bahati.

Musasizi claims the Kabale NRM Electoral Commission was biased and favored his opponent Bahati.

He says he now plans to mobilize the people of Rubanda to rise against the leaders he says were elected in a sham election.

Musasizi on Thursday lost to David Bahati in the hotly contested Kabale district NRM chairperson seat where Bahati polled 203 votes while Musasizi managed 101 votes.

In an interview with Chimpreports on Monday, the legislator remarked, “I am an NRM supporter by choice. The NRM needs me more than I need them, and I cannot keep quite when all this is taking place.”

Musasizi pushed the blame on the Denis Nzeirwe, the Kabale deputy RDC who was recently transferred to the area, saying that his work though the process was to solicit for voters for the winner, Bahati. We went on to call for the RDC’s resignation.

When contacted however, Nzeirwe said that Musasizi should conceded defeat, noting that the polls were plainly free and fair.

“First of all the three candidates  Musasizi , Bahati and Rwamwehare first agreed and signed that the elections should proceed,  even though the security committee  had suggested that they are halted,” he told us.

The RDC also called for vetting of candidates to stand in the party so as to do away with bad losers such as Musasizi.

 

 


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