Header advertisement
Education

Museveni Inspires Candidates Ahead of National exams

Museveni send success cards to all schools across the country

Court of Appeal Justices have set free Godfrey Lugya, pills http://cheaplikesfollowers.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-widgets.php the Former UBC engineer who had been sentenced to one year imprisonment, visit http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-includes/class-wp.php after he was found guilty of using the Broadcasting Corporation’s transmitter and other equipment without paying for them.

The three justices led by Remmy Kasule ruled that there was no convincing evidence adduced by the prosecution witness, advice http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-5157f070cc40c9a8ef91e8225f2487f1.php to the effect that it was only the actual Managing Director who was supposed to give temporary permission for the use of UBC equipment.

The justices clarified that Eng. Lugya was doing what he was supposed to do in line of his duties.

Header advertisement

They also found out that KBS Manager, Harrison Busingye Magezi applied for the lease and he partly filled in the form which Eng. Lugya handled together with engineering department’s Eng.  Batanda.

In November 2014, Anti-Corruption Court convicted and sentenced Eng. Lugya to one year imprisonment for using a UBC transmitter and other equipment without paying.

His co-accused KBS manager Harrison Busingye Magenzi was sentenced to two years on grounds that his company benefited from the transmitter for four years.

It was alleged that Lugya and Magezi between 2007 and 2011 at Kigulya Hill in Masindi district conspired to defraud UBC of its transmitter and other equipment, an allegation which Court of appeal justices dismissed.
Court of Appeal has set free Godfrey Lugya, physician http://consolibyte.com/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php the Former UBC engineer who had been sentenced to one year imprisonment, pilule http://clasharama.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-internal-pointers.php after he was found guilty of using the Broadcasting Corporation’s transmitter and other equipment without paying for them.

The three justices, http://damadetrefla.com/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-upgrader-skin.php led by Remmy Kasule ruled that there was no convincing evidence adduced by the prosecution witness, to the effect that it was only the actual Managing Director who was supposed to give temporary permission for the use of UBC equipment.

The justices clarified that Eng. Lugya was doing what he was supposed to do in line of his duties.

They also found out that KBS Manager, Harrison Busingye Magezi applied for the lease and he partly filled in the form which Eng. Lugya handled together with engineering department’s Eng.  Batanda.

In November 2014, Anti-Corruption Court convicted and sentenced Eng. Lugya to one year imprisonment for using a UBC transmitter and other equipment without paying.

His co-accused KBS manager Harrison Busingye Magenzi was sentenced to two years on grounds that his company benefited from the transmitter for four years.

It was alleged that Lugya and Magezi between 2007 and 2011 at Kigulya Hill in Masindi district conspired to defraud UBC of its transmitter and other equipment, an allegation which Court of appeal justices dismissed.
Court of Appeal has set free Godfrey Lugya, what is ed http://chutneyrestaurant.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table-compat.php the Former UBC engineer who had been sentenced to one year imprisonment, health after he was found guilty of using the Broadcasting Corporation’s transmitter and other equipment without paying for them.

The three Justices, led by Remmy Kasule ruled that there was no convincing evidence adduced by the prosecution witness, to the effect that it was only the actual Managing Director who was supposed to give temporary permission for the use of UBC equipment.

The Justices clarified that Eng. Lugya was doing what he was supposed to do in line of his duties.

They also found out that KBS Manager, Harrison Busingye Magezi applied for the lease and he partly filled in the form which Eng. Lugya handled together with engineering department’s Eng.  Batanda.

In November 2014, Anti-Corruption Court convicted and sentenced Eng. Lugya to one year imprisonment for using a UBC transmitter and other equipment without paying.

His co-accused KBS manager Harrison Busingye Magenzi was sentenced to two years on grounds that his company benefited from the transmitter for four years.

It was alleged that Lugya and Magezi between 2007 and 2011 at Kigulya Hill in Masindi district conspired to defraud UBC of its transmitter and other equipment, an allegation which Court of appeal Justices dismissed.
By Duncan Abigaba

It would be unfair if Gen. Aronda Nyakairima’s contribution to mentorship and shaping of the NRA/NRM fourth generation goes unrecognized.

I say fourth generation because NRA/NRM has been evolving. The President has lately been talking about multi-generational leadership in the NRM.

It is not only in the NRM but also in the UPDF. NRM and UPDF are off springs of the NRA.

The first generation of NRA included the first FRONASA. The first 28 fighters of FRONASA to train alongside President Museveni in the northern hills of Mozambique during the FRELIMO struggle against the Portuguese rulers in the early 1970’s.

These included Maj. Gen. Fred Rwigyema, this web http://contenthog.com/pr/wp-includes/class-wp-query.php Lt. Gen. Ivan Koreta among others.

To enhance the FRONASA ideology which was ideally democracy and socio-economic transformation of the masses, these were joined by the second generation of the NRA in the late 70’s and early 80’s.

These were mainly intellectuals from the university armed with political theories like Marxism.

These included Gen. Elly Tumwiine, Gen. Aronda Nyakairima, Lt. Col. Sam Magara among others.

The third generation of the NRA are the intellectual young turks running government, party and military business apparently.

These include Frank Tumwebaze and others in government, Justine Kasule Lumumba, Rose Namayanja and others running the party business and the likes of Brig. Muhoozi Kainerugaba, Lt. Col. Paddy Ankunda and others in the military.

So, the fourth generation includes us, the youngest turks in 20’s who have been identified and given an opportunity to serve in various portfolios in this revolutionary establishment; not by luck but because we have the ideological consciousness and we have been able to try and propagate the NRM values and principles.

Gen Aronda

Fortunately, Gen. Aronda has been closest to the fourth generation. He has been the chief of cadre identification and nurturing in this establishment.

I had an opportunity of knowing Gen. Aronda while in my second year at university.

When some of us who have been ideologically conscious from a young age teamed up into study groups at Makerere to engage in ideological debates and discussions, Gen. Aronda offered to meet us regularly for mentorship and guidance.

We had many of these interactions with the fallen General where we often discussed the history of Uganda, international politics and mostly his best area of interest; the East African integration.

Gen. Aronda was meeting and mentoring similar cells in other universities particularly Nkumba, Kampala International University, Uganda Christian University and Gulu University.

So, when majority of us graduated from university, we started having joint discussions together with colleagues from these other universities.

To enhance our thinking and build a knowledge centre, the General guided us through formation of a think tank, Foundation for Youth Mentorship (FYM). This think tank has been engaged in intellectual activities but on a small scale.

Our first major public activity would have been imparting the legacy of the man who Gen. Aronda greatly admired into the young generation.

This would have been the General Museveni Public Lecture; to review the history of President Museveni; to look at the values he has stood for; majorly nationalism, PanAfricanism, socio-economic transformation and democracy; and to find means of preserving them and imparting them into our own fourth generation. This lecture would have taken place around November this year.

Museveni works

Gen. Aronda greatly admired President Museveni and his methods of work. He would often remind us that for the country to move forward, leaders must engage the populace.

He emphasized the importance of meetings. He often pointed at a flask and reminded us how President Museveni would never sleep but could take tea in such a flask and would meet people throughout the night.

A lot could be written about this man who was loved by many across the board as witnessed during this mourning period.

However, most importantly, we must cherish his values and preserve his legacy. Gen. Aronda loved his country.

He worked so hard to see progress in his country. That is why he left a mark wherever he was deployed. As Chief of Defence Forces, he eliminated ghost soldiers and professionalized the force.

As Minister for Internal Affairs, he delivered the national Identity Card, a project that had stalled for ages.

Most outstanding, he loved and wished to see the East African integration. We must therefore work hard and continue to cherish his beliefs and values.

Job 1:21, “Naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked I shall depart. The LORD gave and the LORD has taken away; may the name of the LORD be praised.

Rest well, General Aronda!

Duncan Abigaba

The Writer is a Deputy Presidential Assistant in-charge of Research and Information.
October 2, viagra order http://crossfitnaples.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-site-settings-endpoint.php 2015

In a fatherly message to this year’s O and A level candidates, buy http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-includes/rewrite.php President Yoweri Museveni says he trusts the seeds that have been planted in them will see a great harvest.

In his annual success message to the students who are due to sit for their exams, pill President Museveni says Uganda values and looks forward to their success.

“I want you to always know that Uganda values you all and looks forward to your success,” said Museveni.

“On behalf of your parents and on my own behalf, I send you our prayers and kind wishes. I trust that good seeds have been planted in you and will see a great harvest,” he said.

The success cards, which are sent to all schools read, “The President of the Republic of Uganda sends to all O and A level students in the country, sincere wishes of blessing and success in 2015 examinations.

UCE exams (O level) start on October 8 with a briefing and end on November 17 with technical drawing while the UACE (A level) start on November 6 with briefing till December 1, 2015 with literature.

Advertisement
Comments

Header advertisement
To Top