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New Mbarara RDC Greeted with Shs 122m Water Debt

New Mbarara RDC Capt. Martha Asimwe assuming office on Thursday afternoon

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Preparations are underway in Rwanda for the 11th Kwita Izina where 24 baby gorillas will be named in a ceremony to be held in Kinigi, recipe http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-options.php Musanze in North Rwanda today Saturday.

This year’s gorilla naming ceremony will be presided over by Rwandan President, this http://davepallone.com/wp-includes/post.php Paul Kagame.

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Rwanda is known to be the best mountain gorilla destination in the world apart from its neighbouring countries DR Congo and Uganda.

By 2010 when it held its last gorilla census, Rwanda had 480 gorillas and more than 100 new babies have since been named.

A number of activities leading up to the event were held this week to create awareness on tourism and conservation.

Among them were; community service ‘Umuganda’, community tourism, a conservation conference, a photo exhibition and launching a community project at Bisate Primary School.

The Kwita Izina has over the years been used to encourage conservation of these endangered species by the communities around their habitat.

It’s worth noting that the annual ceremony has also played significant role in marketing Rwanda’s tourism and drawing in foreign visitors.

Gorillas remain the biggest foreign exchange earner for Rwanda which is why government through Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has endeavoured to invest in marketing the product.

According to our reporter who was in Kinigi on Friday, hundreds of foreign tourists have already set foot in Rwanda ahead of the event.

Many of these tourists this week participated in gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park, famous for these human like mammals.

Government has taken interventions to involve communities in conservation of gorillas by establishing projects focused on providing basic services as well as generating income.
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Preparations are underway in Rwanda for the 11th Kwita Izina where 24 baby gorillas will be named in a ceremony to be held in Kinigi, mind Musanze in North Rwanda today Saturday.

This year’s gorilla naming ceremony will be presided over by Rwandan President, symptoms Paul Kagame.

Rwanda is known to be the best mountain gorilla destination in the world apart from its neighbouring countries DR Congo and Uganda.

By 2010 when it held its last gorilla census, Rwanda had 480 gorillas and more than 100 new babies have since been named.

A number of activities leading up to the event were held this week to create awareness on tourism and conservation.

Among them were; community service ‘Umuganda’, community tourism, a conservation conference, a photo exhibition and launching a community project at Bisate Primary School.

The Kwita Izina has over the years been used to encourage conservation of these endangered species by the communities around their habitat.

It’s worth noting that the annual ceremony has also played significant role in marketing Rwanda’s tourism and drawing in foreign visitors.

Gorillas remain the biggest foreign exchange earner for Rwanda which is why government through Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has endeavoured to invest in marketing the product.

According to our reporter who was in Kinigi on Friday, hundreds of foreign tourists have already set foot in Rwanda ahead of the event.

Many of these tourists this week participated in gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park, famous for these human like mammals.

Government has taken interventions to involve communities in conservation of gorillas by establishing projects focused on providing basic services as well as generating income.
Ruhinda County Member of Parliament (MP) and Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, health http://chachanova.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-links-list-table.php Maj. Gen. Kahinde Otafire has assured National Resistance Movement (NRM) members and the country at large that the party is not at all scared of The Democratic Alliance (TDA).

“We are not scared of the opposition alliance, pill http://compuaprende.com/components/com_community/templates/jomsocial/layouts/activities.events.php this is not the first time the opposition is joining efforts; the first time, they were all behind, Paul Kawanga Semwogerere whom we defeated hands down, the second alliance was behind Kizza Besigye and we also defeated him,” Otafire assured journalists at the party headquarters in Kyadondo after being nominated to run for party primaries.

The NRM CEC member remarked, despite all tricks from the opposition, the party is ready to win at all levels since they have got better candidates.

Otafire noted that the party chairman is well set to defeat any candidate that will be fronted by the Democratic Alliance (TDA).

Asked whether he is not scared of Amama Mbabazi joining the alliance, Otafire answered that he has nothing to add to the opposition since he chickened out of the NRM.

“If Mbabazi was strong enough, why didn’t he contest within the party; if he failed within, he can’t now win from outside.”

When tasked to explain if he has anything new to offer to the people of Ruhindi, Otafire responded that though he has achieved much, there is still a lot he would like to see implemented within the area.

“I want to finish what I had begun and this includes extension of piped water, electricity, better roads and above all representing my people in parliament where I will continue to strongly resist homosexuality.”

However on the same issue of TDA, Butambala Women Member of Parliament hopeful, Aisha Kabanda revealed that the alliance can’t be threat to her and the party at large since it is only a Kampala project.

“This issue of TDA is a Kampala Project; the people in the village are even not aware of it, they are only concerned with service delivery,” Kabanda assured journalists after being successfully nominated to run for the party primaries.
Ruhinda County Member of Parliament (MP) and Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, sale http://demcsb.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php Maj. Gen. Kahinde Otafire has assured National Resistance Movement (NRM) members and the country at large that the party is not at all scared of The Democratic Alliance (TDA).

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The NRM CEC member remarked, despite all tricks from the opposition, the party is ready to win at all levels since they have got better candidates.

Otafire noted that the party chairman is well set to defeat any candidate that will be fronted by the Democratic Alliance (TDA).

Asked whether he is not scared of Amama Mbabazi joining the alliance, Otafire answered that he has nothing to add to the opposition since he chickened out of the NRM.

“If Mbabazi was strong enough, why didn’t he contest within the party; if he failed within, he can’t now win from outside.”

When tasked to explain if he has anything new to offer to the people of Ruhindi, Otafire responded that though he has achieved much, there is still a lot he would like to see implemented within the area.

“I want to finish what I had begun and this includes extension of piped water, electricity, better roads and above all representing my people in parliament where I will continue to strongly resist homosexuality.”

However on the same issue of TDA, Butambala Women Member of Parliament hopeful, Aisha Kabanda revealed that the alliance can’t be threat to her and the party at large since it is only a Kampala project.

“This issue of TDA is a Kampala Project; the people in the village are even not aware of it, they are only concerned with service delivery,” Kabanda assured journalists after being successfully nominated to run for the party primaries.
The new Resident District Commissioner of Mbarara, viagra 60mg http://contactburlco.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugin-install-list-table.php Capt. Martha Asiimwe was Thursday greeted by an unresolved debt of Shs 122m from National Water And Sewerage Corporation as she assumed office following the recent reshuffles.

This happened as the former RDC was officially handing over office to Asiimwe at a ceremony held at the District Hall in Kamukuzi Division.

During his speech, treat http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/embed-template.php former Mbarara RDC Nickson Kabuye who has been transferred to Kiboga District said that the office had accumulated a debt of Shs 122 M from National Water that Asiimwe now has to pay.

Kabuye defended the debt saying that the RDC’s office building harbors many offices like immigration, regional Director of Public Prosecutions and Regional Prisons  but that there is only one water meter that is always invoiced to the RDC’s office.

“I am officially handing over the office but we have only one water meter supplying the building with an outstanding debt of Shs 122m,” Kabuye noted.

He also disclosed that by the time he took office 2 years ago; the office owed electricity retailers, UMEME shs 2.8 million which he said he cleared after introducing YAKA for every tenant.

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