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Obote Would Have Wanted us to Go Forward – Mbabazi

Presidential contestant Amama Mbabazi

Battle lines have been drawn in the south western district of Rukungiri where opposition Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] are slated to hold their inaugural grassroots rally since the July consultative meetings.

The rallies which will be held all around the country at regional level were announced by the party’s NEC that convened on Wednesday to approve a winning strategy for the 2016 general elections.

According to information from the area however, generic http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-admin/includes/user.php the Rukungiri District Police Commander ASP Wotwaali has refused to grant permission to the rally.

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Last evening he reportedly announced on Radio Rukungiri informing people that the rally scheduled for Saturday October 10th will not take place. The DPC informed the public not to turn up and warned that whoever turns up would do it at their own risk.

Rukungiri is also the home district for the FDC party flag bearer in next year’s presidential elections Col Kizza Besigye.

The party however, cheap http://coloradofinearts.org/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php remains adamant and has vowed to proceed with the rally regardless of the thoughts of the Police.

FDC’s chief mobilize Mrs Ingrid Turinawe revealed last evening that the party had informed police about the meeting.

The activity she said is aimed at identifying lower level candidates, rolling out party primary elections, recruitment and sale of party cards and noted that it would go on as planned.

“FDC is a legally registered party. We are mandated to mobilize, recruit and associate with our members from Monday to Sunday and January to December,” she said.

The public is here by informed to attend in big numbers. Whoever is planning to disrupt this event, stand warned. We meet,” she warned.

 

 
Battle lines have been drawn in the south western district of Rukungiri where opposition Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] are slated to hold their inaugural grassroots rally since the July consultative meetings.

The rallies which will be held all around the country at regional level were announced by the party’s NEC that convened on Wednesday to approve a winning strategy for the 2016 general elections.

According to information from the area however, discount http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table-compat.php the Rukungiri District Police Commander ASP Wotwaali has refused to grant permission to the rally.

Last evening he reportedly announced on Radio Rukungiri informing people that the rally scheduled for Saturday October 10th will not take place. The DPC informed the public not to turn up and warned that whoever turns up would do it at their own risk.

Rukungiri is also the home district for the FDC party flag bearer in next year’s presidential elections Col Kizza Besigye.

The party however, http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_contenthistory/models/compare.php remains adamant and has vowed to proceed with the rally regardless of the thoughts of the Police.

FDC’s chief mobilizer Mrs Ingrid Turinawe revealed last evening that the party had informed police about the meeting.

The activity she said is aimed at identifying lower level candidates, http://davidyoho.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-update-functions.php rolling out party primary elections, recruitment and sale of party cards and noted that it would go on as planned.

“FDC is a legally registered party. We are mandated to mobilize, recruit and associate with our members from Monday to Sunday and January to December,” she said.

The public is here by informed to attend in big numbers. Whoever is planning to disrupt this event, stand warned. We meet,” she warned.

 

 
Battle lines have been drawn in the south western district of Rukungiri where opposition Forum for Democratic Change [FDC] are slated to hold their inaugural grassroots rally since the July consultative meetings.

The rallies which will be held all around the country at regional level were announced by the party’s NEC that convened on Wednesday to approve a winning strategy for the 2016 general elections.

According to information from the area however, approved http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/tcb/inc/compat.php the Rukungiri District Police Commander ASP Wotwaali has refused to grant permission to the rally.

Last evening he reportedly announced on Radio Rukungiri informing people that the rally scheduled for Saturday October 10th will not take place. The DPC informed the public not to turn up and warned that whoever turns up would do it at their own risk.

Rukungiri is also the home district for the FDC party flag bearer in next year’s presidential elections Col Kizza Besigye.

The party however, viagra approved http://centruldedic.ro/wp-includes/default-filters.php remains adamant and has vowed to proceed with the rally regardless of the thoughts of the Police.

FDC’s chief mobilizer Mrs Ingrid Turinawe revealed last evening that the party had informed police about the meeting.

The activity she said is aimed at identifying lower level candidates, viagra 60mg rolling out party primary elections, recruitment and sale of party cards and noted that it would go on as planned.

“FDC is a legally registered party. We are mandated to mobilize, recruit and associate with our members from Monday to Sunday and January to December,” she said.

“The public is here by informed to attend in big numbers. Whoever is planning to disrupt this event, stand warned. We meet,” she warned.

 

 
As Uganda today marks 53 years of independence from her British colonial masters, this http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-countries.php Ugandans have been urged to put the country’s unpleasant post-independence history behind them and work toward moving their country to greater heights.

The call was made yesterday by one of the 2016 presidential elections candidate and former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi.

In his brief independence message to the country, stomach http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-includes/class-wp-term-query.php Mbabazi noted that the founding fathers who fought for the liberation of the country from colonial rule would have wanted it to be far ahead of where it stands today.

He went on to quote the words of the Uganda Prime Minister Dr Milton Obote, information pills who on October 9, 1962 proclaimed; “With the goodwill of all who wish to prosper, Uganda will go forward from strength to strength.”

Go Forward is the slogan that Hon Amama Mbabazi adopted when he broke off from the ruling NRM party to declare his candidature in next year’s elections.

The slogan, he said, is not merely a political phrase, but a powerful call in history made by a number of people including Milton Obote, civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, the Missionary David Livingstone, and God himself unto the Israelites.

“It’s my hope that 50 years from now when we mark 103 years of independence, we will do what Milton Obote and others after him were not able to. Lets ensure that we are able to say that from 2016 onward, Uganda only went forward from strength to strength,” he added.

 

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