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Mukono DP Members Storm Party Headquarters over Halted Primaries

By Geoffrey Omara

At least 1088 children have been defiled in the different parts of  Lango sub region, approved http://christlutheran.org/wp-includes/comment-template.php the regional child and family protection officer of Central North has said.

Mr Lawerence Omara Ogole told Journalists at Apac central police station that the rate of child abuse is on the rise.

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He said the increase in defilement cases was because of misuse of drugs and alcohol.

“Many people especially defilers, http://dcointl.com/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php commit  offences under the influence of alcohol or narcotics” Mr Omara said.

He added that Lira district has the highest number of defilement cases, followed by Oyam and then Apac.

Others district with many defilement cases include, Dokolo, Alebtong, Otuke, Kole and Amolarar.

He said that most defilement suspects have been arrested and prosecuted in the courts of law.

Mr Odur Micheal, the officer in charge of the police child and family protection unit in Apac, said 80 defilement cases have been reported this year.

 Anti- crime campaign.

The Acting District police commander Mr Chemutai Kalifani said the police in Apac has started a sensitization drive aimed at reducing crime rate in the district.

“Our emphasis will be put on child sacrifice, child labor, defilement, rape, mob justice and witchcraft” he explained.

 
By Geoffrey Omara

At least 1088 children have been defiled in the different parts of  Lango sub region, more about http://conceptbath.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugins-list-table.php the regional child and family protection officer of Central North has said.

Mr Lawerence Omara Ogole told Journalists at Apac central police station that the rate of child abuse is on the rise.

“Our children are now at risk because most of them are being neglected and abandoned by their parents, cheapest ” Mr Omara said on Friday.

He said the increase in defilement cases was because of misuse of drugs and alcohol.

“Many people especially defilers, viagra commit  offences under the influence of alcohol or narcotics” Mr Omara said.

He added that Lira district has the highest number of defilement cases, followed by Oyam and then Apac.

Others district with many defilement cases include, Dokolo, Alebtong, Otuke, Kole and Amolarar.

He said that most defilement suspects have been arrested and prosecuted in the courts of law.

Mr Odur Micheal, the officer in charge of the police child and family protection unit in Apac, said 80 defilement cases have been reported this year.

 Anti- crime campaign.

The Acting District police commander Mr Chemutai Kalifani said the police in Apac has started a sensitization drive aimed at reducing crime rate in the district.

“Our emphasis will be put on child sacrifice, child labor, defilement, rape, mob justice and witchcraft” he explained.

 
By Geoffrey Omara

At least 1088 children have been defiled in the different parts of  Lango sub region, online http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/loop/orderby.php the regional child and family protection officer of Central North has said.

Mr Lawerence Omara Ogole told Journalists at Apac central police station that the rate of child abuse is on the rise.

“Our children are now at risk because most of them are being neglected and abandoned by their parents, recipe http://corcoranproductions.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/abstracts/abstract-wc-integration.php ” Mr Omara said on Friday.

He said the increase in defilement cases was because of misuse of drugs and alcohol.

“Many people especially defilers, remedy http://chat.novaintermed.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/sso.php commit  offences under the influence of alcohol or narcotics” Mr Omara said.

He added that Lira district has the highest number of defilement cases, followed by Oyam and then Apac.

Others district with many defilement cases include, Dokolo, Alebtong, Otuke, Kole and Amolarar.

He said that most defilement suspects have been arrested and prosecuted in the courts of law.

Mr Odur Micheal, the officer in charge of the police child and family protection unit in Apac, said 80 defilement cases have been reported this year.

 Anti- crime campaign.

The Acting District police commander Mr Chemutai Kalifani said the police in Apac has started a sensitization drive aimed at reducing crime rate in the district.

“Our emphasis will be put on child sacrifice, child labor, defilement, rape, mob justice and witchcraft” he explained.

 
By Geoffrey Omara

Three unsuccessful candidates in Lango region have said they will petition the NRM Electoral Commission, buy http://consolibyte.com/scripts/build/build_20130527/quickbooks.php over the irregularities that marred the elections exercise that was conducted on Tuesday.

The candidates who lost in the NRM Primaries are claiming that the election exercise was characterized by ballot stuffing, medicine http://chuntaritos.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-users-list-table.php bribery, http://contactburlco.org/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-order.php insufficient ballot papers, delayed delivery of voting materials and lack of declaration forms at most of the polling stations.

Among the petitioners, is Mr Hendry Makmot Okello, the former Minister of Finance in the Obote 11 government.

“It is true that one should accept defeat but not under such circumstances where your opponent’s victory is simply attained through gross rigging,” Mr Okello said.

He noted that the entire exercise was substandard, and claims that almost all his agents were chased away from polling stations.

“I am prepared to present my petition to Dr. Tanga Odoi and to the office of NRM Secretary General calling for cancellation of the results and for fresh elections to be held.” he said.

Mr. Okello lost to Mr Tonny Ayo who beat his 5 opponents by 17,385 votes.

The other candidates set to petition are Mr Robert Ogwara and Keneth  Ayuku of Oyam County South  Constituency.

The two claim that some of their  supporters were denied a chance to take part in the election process.
Angry Democratic Party Members from Mukono South Constituency led by their Chairperson Saul Wamala have stormed the party headquarters at City House in Kampala, approved http://dallassigs.org/components/com_k2/router.php accusing the party Executive Committee for halting party primaries in favor of one candidate.

Under the instructions of the party Secretary General, Mathias Nsubuga, the constituency delegates conference which was to take place yesterday to among other elect a flag bearer, was halted by police.

In a petition seen by Chimp Reports, Wamala blames leaders from the headquarters for hijacking his powers conferred upon him as the constituency head.

“As a reminder, the office of Mukono South Constituency received a letter from your office dated October 20 in which communication was made to our office authorizing us to conduct party primaries… This prompted the executive, delegates and members concerned to put together their efforts, time and funds for the exercise,” reads the petition signed by the area Secretary General, Brian Lugoloobi.

“However, to our disappointment another document from your office dated October 26, was received on the D day halting the delegates conference citing issues raised in a letter written to your office on October 16 which would not halt the delegates conference.”

“This has therefore raised disappointment to the executive committee and delegates and as such we therefore call upon your quick intervention in the matter and above all we request that our right to have a democratically elected flag bearer is not sabotaged.”

The fight in the constituency is between Fred Kayondo and Aaron Kalule Mboowa who are vying for the Member of Parliament flag in the party.

It is said that after the two applied for the seat, the party executive chose to endorse Kalule as the party flag bearer, knocking out Kayondo on allegations that he had not spent more than 5 years in the party.

However, this didn’t go on well with Kayondo who sought redress from the area leadership desiring that the delegates should decide on who to hold their flag through a secret ballot other than going by the decision of the party executive.

Kayondo’s group has gone further to accuse the party treasurer, Issa Kikungwe of having a hand in all the mess in the area since Kalule is his personal driver.

To calm down the situation, the party Secretary General, Mathias Nsubuga through a phone call has called on all the parties for a meeting on Monday, November 2 to iron out all the grievances.

 

 

 

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