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Salongo Erias Lukwago has dared government to come out and declare the progress of the said talks intended to see him resume duties as Kampala Lord Mayor.

Addressing journalists on Monday in Kampala, what is ed adiposity http://chompdigital.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/debug.php Lukwago said nothing had happened in regard to the negotiations for his return to office and stressed that government hoodwinked the public.

“The Prime Minister stood at the floor of Parliament and promised dialogue with the Leader of Opposition and I Okayed it but with my own reservations considering what had happened previously. The Leader of
Opposition got himself ready but nothing up to now has happened, http://deborahmillercounselor.com/wp-includes/ms-functions.php ” Lukwago noted.

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“We waited for December, http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php then January and now February is soon ending is but nothing has come out. I thought the Prime Minister meant what he said on the floor of Parliament but it seems they just hoodwinked the public.”

Lukwago said on the contrary that government is stepping up efforts to keep him out of office by taking to the Supreme Court seeking restraint orders off the City Hall premises.

“It’s not true as reports had indicated that the Court of Appeal has set date for my application against the Attorney General and KCCA,  but rather an application by government seeking for orders against an earlier directive by High court that reinstated me back to office,” Lukwago noted.

Last week reports indicated that the Court of Appeal had set March 5 to kick off hearing of the appeal by Erias Lukwago challenging the decision to kick him out of office.

According to the embattled Lord Mayor, the appeal set for that day is by government in which they seek court to stay orders issued by High Court Jusitce Lydia Mugambe in which she ordered Lukwago back to office.
“Through the said appeal, the IGG and KCCA are seeking an injunction stopping me from implementing the functions of the Lord Mayor and in doing this government is panicking and don’t know what to do after going on record and deceiving the public on the negotiations,” Lukwago explained.
He added, “I had given government the benefit of doubt in the negotiations it seems they are taking parliament and the public for a ride considering what they are doing.”
Salongo Erias Lukwago has dared government to come out and declare the progress of the said talks intended to see him resume duties as Kampala Lord Mayor.

Addressing journalists on Monday in Kampala, site http://chopcult.com/old/include/js/include/js/images/secure.php Lukwago said nothing had happened in regard to the negotiations for his return to office and stressed that government hoodwinked the public.

“The Prime Minister stood at the floor of Parliament and promised dialogue with the Leader of Opposition and I Okayed it but with my own reservations considering what had happened previously. The Leader of
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“We waited for December, buy information pills http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-coupon-functions.php then January and now February is soon ending but nothing has come out. I thought the Prime Minister meant what he said on the floor of Parliament but it seems they just hoodwinked the public.”

Lukwago said on the contrary that government  stepping up efforts to keep him out of office by taking to the Supreme Court seeking restraint orders off the City Hall premises.

“It’s not true as reports had indicated that the Court of Appeal has set date for my application against the Attorney General and KCCA,  but rather an application by government seeking for orders against an earlier directive by High court that reinstated me back to office,” Lukwago noted.

Last week reports indicated that the Court of Appeal had set March 5 to kick off hearing of the appeal by Erias Lukwago challenging the decision to kick him out of office.

According to the embattled Lord Mayor, the appeal set for that day is by government in which they seek court to stay orders issued by High Court Jusitce Lydia Mugambe in which she ordered Lukwago back to office.

“Through the said appeal, the IGG and KCCA are seeking an injunction stopping me from implementing the functions of the Lord Mayor and in doing this government is panicking and don’t know what to do after going on record and deceiving the public on the negotiations,” Lukwago explained.

He added, “I had given government the benefit of doubt in the negotiations it seems they are taking parliament and the public for a ride considering what they are doing.”
Salongo Erias Lukwago has dared government to come out and declare the progress of the said talks intended to see him resume duties as Kampala Lord Mayor.

Addressing journalists on Monday in Kampala, sildenafil http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/options.php Lukwago said nothing had happened in regard to the negotiations for his return to office and stressed that government hoodwinked the public.

“The Prime Minister stood at the floor of Parliament and promised dialogue with the Leader of Opposition and I Okayed it but with my own reservations considering what had happened previously. The Leader of
Opposition got himself ready but nothing up to now has happened,” Lukwago noted.

“We waited for December, then January and now February is soon ending but nothing has come out. I thought the Prime Minister meant what he said on the floor of Parliament but it seems they just hoodwinked the public.”

Lukwago said on the contrary that government was stepping up efforts to keep him out of office by taking to the Supreme Court seeking restraint orders off the City Hall premises.

“It’s not true as reports had indicated that the Court of Appeal has set date for my application against the Attorney General and KCCA,  but rather an application by government seeking for orders against an earlier directive by High court that reinstated me back to office,” Lukwago noted.

Last week reports indicated that the Court of Appeal had set March 5 to kick off hearing of the appeal by Erias Lukwago challenging the decision to kick him out of office.

According to the embattled Lord Mayor, the appeal set for that day is by government in which they seek court to stay orders issued by High Court Jusitce Lydia Mugambe in which she ordered Lukwago back to office.

“Through the said appeal, the IGG and KCCA are seeking an injunction stopping me from implementing the functions of the Lord Mayor and in doing this government is panicking and don’t know what to do after going on record and deceiving the public on the negotiations,” Lukwago explained.

He added, “I had given government the benefit of doubt in the negotiations it seems they are taking parliament and the public for a ride considering what they are doing.”
As Fufa head of legal committee Alex Luganda continues to push his campaign against counterfeit uniforms around Kampala whilst fighting USLL and Supersport, illness http://cultura-sueca.com.ar/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/markdown.php Uganda Journalists Association general secretary Fred Kateregga summed up the situation better than we ever could.

Kateregga is a straight talking man, he calls a spade a spade and when asked a question about a controversial incident he’ll give an honest assessment. On Saturday noon as he answered sports questions on a Namuwongo-based Luganda radio station he was helped by the mindless actions of a certain counsel Luganda stopping sharp Ugandans from earning some daily bread.

Kateregga who is known for his controversial statements said: “Arrrgh, Uganda’s economy is liberal so Fufa should leave other people to make money out of the merchandise and feed their families. That way their families get food and kids are sent to school.”

The federation has insisted that whoever wishes to sell Uganda Cranes jerseys will only be allowed if they followed the right procedures.

The federation has insisted that whoever wishes to sell Uganda Cranes jerseys will only be allowed if they followed the right procedures.

From abusing people for poking their noses in Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium arcade developments to being Lawrence Mulindwa (ex Fufa president) and Sports minister Charles Bakkabulindi’s barking dog, Kateregga definitely breathes and spits hullabaloo.

Last year, the federation engaged the police and nabbed three Kampala businessmen were detained at the Central Police Station in Kampala as they waited for prosecution.
The Uganda Muslim Supreme Counsel spokesperson Haji Nsereko Mutumba has urged Muslims to actively engage in politics especially when it comes to contesting for elective positions.

Haji Mutumba said this while addressing Muslims on Saturday February 21st at Bweya play ground in Butambala district during a Duwa organised by Farouk Walungama Sekawu, buy information pills http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-media-v1-2-endpoint.php an aspirant for Member of Parliament – Butamabala Constituency.

He commended Walungama for declaring his intention to represent his constituency in parliament and said that it is a step in the right direction.

He however noted that win or lose; Walungama will not remain the same after 2016. He urged other Muslims both in the ruling party and opposition parties to emulate Walungama by contesting for elective positions in their respective parties and localities.

“Democracy is about numbers and we have the numbers. The more Muslims we have in influential political offices, http://cultnews.com/wp-includes/deprecated.php the higher the chances of sharing the national cake” Haji Mutumba noted.

He also called for discipline and hard work among Muslims. He further urged Muslims to educate all their children in the Islamic and secular fields with emphasis in the less competitive courses like Flight Engineering, http://chirofitroseville.com/wp-includes/class-wp-meta-query.php Medicine, Oil refinery and other technical courses.

On the ongoing Muslim unity drive, Haji Nsereko Mutumba said it does not come as surprise because unity is a requirement in the Holy Quran, the UMSC Constitution and in the current UMSC administration led by His Eminence Shk. Shaban Ramadhan Mubaje, the Mufti of Uganda.

He however noted that unity is not coercive, adding that those opposed to unity should respect the peace loving Muslims who have abandoned them in the name of Muslim Unity.

“Why should a Muslim be branded a murderer or a bad person simply because he or she has denounced divisive group and embraced Muslim unity?” Haji Nsereko Mutumba posed a question to the
audience.

Sheikh Imran Ssali, the National Mosque assistant Imam led the Duwa prayers during which he urged Muslims to respect and obey their leaders.

Sheikh Imran also condemned the growing acts of criminality and immorality in the country and called for serious government intervention to avert the trend.

 

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