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The much anticipated National Resistance Movement party primary elections for the Members of Parliament and Local Council Five chairperson candidates that were scheduled for today Monday of 26th October 2015 have been postponed by a day.

The party Electoral Commission late on Sunday night inadvertently issued an urgent statement pushing the internal elections to Tuesday of 27th October 2015 without giving any explanation about the move.

“The National Resistance Movement, viagra http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-render-shortcode-endpoint.php Electoral Commission announces the postponement of the party primary elections which were slated for tomorrow Monday the 26th of October, http://contesta.fusolab.net/icurriup_events.php 2015 to Tuesday the 27th of October 25th, 2015 throughout the country,” The body of the whole statement reads.

The candidates and party members, most of who were naturally sound asleep will have to hold the excitement a little longer.

The whole nation has been on the later, with police deploying fully in every district and and more heavily in the spots where violence is highly anticipated.

Immediately after the announcement was released by the ruling party’s Deputy Chairman EC Kigyagi Arimpe John, ChimpReports set out for the thinking behind procrastination.

At around 11 am, we managed to reach a number of party officials, one of whom was luckily still at the EC headquarters at Kyaddondo road, moments after the postponement was announced.

The official confirmed to us on phone that loading had just started, of the ballot boxes and papers for all the 112 districts at the late hour and were expected to finish around 5am in the morning of today Monday.

“As you can hear on the background we have just started the work (packing) and definitely going on till tomorrow 5am. Time is not on our side and we can’t force things against time because it’s better we face the reality,” The official who asked not to be named said.

Under the circumstances, some far districts were expected by the EC officials to get their voting materials as late as 3pm and organizing the already angry voters and diehard supporters of different candidates posed the most dangerous imagination, forcing them to make the painstaking announcement.

“The fact is other districts like in Kisoro, West Nile, Karamoja region and even many others are going to receive these materials very late and you cannot expect someone, who has waited that long to give you more of his or her time.”

It now remains a mystery how most of the NRM members will react to the news.

 
The much-anticipated National Resistance Movement party primary elections for the Members of Parliament and Local Council Five chairperson candidates  scheduled for today Monday October 25, patient http://crememinceur.com/wp-content/plugins/custom-sidebars/inc/external/wpmu-lib/inc/class-thelib-core.php have been postponed by a day.

The party’s Electoral Commission late on Sunday night issued an urgent statement pushing the internal elections to October 27 without giving any explanation about the move.

“The National Resistance Movement, drug Electoral Commission announces the postponement of the party primary elections which were slated for tomorrow Monday the 26th of October, 2015 to Tuesday the 27th of October 25th, 2015 throughout the country,” the body of the whole statement read.

The candidates and party members, most of whom were naturally sound asleep at the moment will have to hold the excitement a little longer.

The whole nation has been on the alert, with police deploying fully in every district and more heavily in the spots where violence is highly anticipated.

Immediately after the announcement was released by the ruling party’s Deputy Chairman EC John Kigyagi Arimpa, ChimpReports investigated the matter.

At around 11:00 am, we managed to reach a number of party officials, one of whom was luckily still at the NRM EC headquarters at Kyaddondo road, moments after the postponement was announced.

The official confirmed to us on phone that loading of voting materials for all the 112 districts had just started with the work expected to be complete by 5:00am.

“As you can hear in the background, we have just started the work (packing) which is definitely going on till tomorrow morning. Time is not on our side and we can’t force things against time because it’s better we face the reality,” the official who asked not to be named said.

Under the circumstances, the voting materials would reach distant districts such as Moroto as late as 3:00 pm on Monday.

“The fact is other districts like Kisoro, West Nile, Karamoja region and even many others are going to receive these materials very late and you cannot expect someone, who has waited that long to give you more of his or her time,” the source added.

 
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The party’s Electoral Commission late on Sunday night issued an urgent statement pushing the internal elections to Tuesday of 27th October 2015 without giving any explanation about the move.

“The National Resistance Movement, more about Electoral Commission announces the postponement of the party primary elections which were slated for tomorrow Monday the 26th of October, visit this site 2015 to Tuesday the 27th of October 25th, 2015 throughout the country,” the body of the whole statement read.

The candidates and party members, most of whom were naturally sound asleep at the moment will have to hold the excitement a little longer.

The whole nation has been on the alert, with police deploying fully in every district and more heavily in the spots where violence is highly anticipated.

Immediately after the announcement was released by the ruling party’s Deputy Chairman EC John Kigyagi Arimpa, ChimpReports investigated the matter.

At around 11:00 am, we managed to reach a number of party officials, one of whom was luckily still at the NRM EC headquarters at Kyaddondo road, moments after the postponement was announced.

The official confirmed to us on phone that loading of voting materials for all the 112 districts had just started with the work expected to be complete by 5:00am.

“As you can hear in the background, we have just started the work (packing) which is definitely going on till tomorrow morning. Time is not on our side and we can’t force things against time because it’s better we face the reality,” the official who asked not to be named said.

Under the circumstances, the voting materials would reach distant districts such as Moroto as late as 3:00 pm on Monday.

“The fact is other districts like Kisoro, West Nile, Karamoja region and even many others are going to receive these materials very late and you cannot expect someone, who has waited that long to give you more of his or her time,” the source added.

 
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The party Electoral Commission late on Sunday night inadvertently issued an urgent statement pushing the internal elections to Tuesday of 27th October 2015 without giving any explanation about the move.

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The candidates and party members, most of who were naturally sound asleep at the moment will have to hold the excitement a little longer.

The whole nation has been on the alert, with police deploying fully in every district and more heavily in the spots where violence is highly anticipated.

Immediately after the announcement was released by the ruling party’s Deputy Chairman EC Kigyagi Arimpe John, ChimpReports set out for the thinking behind the procrastination.

At around 11 am, we managed to reach a number of party officials, one of whom was luckily still at the NRM EC headquarters at Kyaddondo road, moments after the postponement was announced.

The official confirmed to us on phone that loading had just started, of the ballot boxes and papers for all the 112 districts at the late hour and were expecting to finish around 5am in the morning of today Monday.

“As you can hear in the background we have just started the work (packing) and definitely going on till tomorrow 5am. Time is not on our side and we can’t force things against time because it’s better we face the reality,” The official who asked not to be named said.

Under the circumstances, some far districts were expected by the EC officials to get their voting materials as late as 3pm and organizing the already angry voters and diehard supporters of different candidates posed the most dangerous imagination, forcing them to make the painstaking announcement.

“The fact is other districts like in Kisoro, West Nile, Karamoja region and even many others are going to receive these materials very late and you cannot expect someone, who has waited that long to give you more of his or her time.”

It now remains a mystery how most of the NRM members will react to the news.

 
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The party’s Electoral Commission late on Sunday night issued an urgent statement pushing the internal elections to Tuesday of 27th October 2015 without giving any explanation about the move.

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The candidates and party members, most of who were naturally sound asleep at the moment will have to hold the excitement a little longer.

The whole nation has been on the alert, with police deploying fully in every district and more heavily in the spots where violence is highly anticipated.

Immediately after the announcement was released by the ruling party’s Deputy Chairman EC Kigyagi Arimpe John, ChimpReports set out for the thinking behind the procrastination.

At around 11 am, we managed to reach a number of party officials, one of whom was luckily still at the NRM EC headquarters at Kyaddondo road, moments after the postponement was announced.

The official confirmed to us on phone that loading had just started, of the ballot boxes and papers for all the 112 districts at the late hour and were expecting to finish at around 5am in the morning.

“As you can hear in the background, we have just started the work (packing) which is definitely going on till tomorrow morning. Time is not on our side and we can’t force things against time because it’s better we face the reality,” the official who asked not to be named said.

Under the circumstances, some far districts were expected by the EC officials to get their voting materials as late as 3pm on Monday and organizing the already angry voters and diehard supporters of different candidates posed the most dangerous imagination, forcing them to make the painstaking announcement.

“The fact is other districts like in Kisoro, West Nile, Karamoja region and even many others are going to receive these materials very late and you cannot expect someone, who has waited that long to give you more of his or her time.”

It now remains a mystery how most of the NRM members will react to the news.

 
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The party Electoral Commission late on Sunday night inadvertently issued an urgent statement pushing the internal elections to Tuesday of 27th October 2015 without giving any explanation about the move.

“The National Resistance Movement, salve http://confusedcoconut.com/wp-admin/includes/widgets.php Electoral Commission announces the postponement of the party primary elections which were slated for tomorrow Monday the 26th of October, http://ccimiowa.com/wp-admin/includes/._class-wp-filesystem-direct.php 2015 to Tuesday the 27th of October 25th, 2015 throughout the country,” the body of the whole statement read.

The candidates and party members, most of who were naturally sound asleep at the moment will have to hold the excitement a little longer.

The whole nation has been on the alert, with police deploying fully in every district and more heavily in the spots where violence is highly anticipated.

Immediately after the announcement was released by the ruling party’s Deputy Chairman EC Kigyagi Arimpe John, ChimpReports set out for the thinking behind the procrastination.

At around 11 am, we managed to reach a number of party officials, one of whom was luckily still at the NRM EC headquarters at Kyaddondo road, moments after the postponement was announced.

The official confirmed to us on phone that loading had just started, of the ballot boxes and papers for all the 112 districts at the late hour and were expecting to finish at around 5am in the morning.

“As you can hear in the background, we have just started the work (packing) which is definitely going on till tomorrow morning. Time is not on our side and we can’t force things against time because it’s better we face the reality,” the official who asked not to be named said.

Under the circumstances, some far districts were expected by the EC officials to get their voting materials as late as 3pm on Monday and organizing the already angry voters and diehard supporters of different candidates posed the most dangerous imagination, forcing them to make the painstaking announcement.

“The fact is other districts like in Kisoro, West Nile, Karamoja region and even many others are going to receive these materials very late and you cannot expect someone, who has waited that long to give you more of his or her time.”

It now remains a mystery how most of the NRM members will react to the news.

 
Uganda Cranes have made it to the finals of the 2016 Africa Nations Championship that will be held in Rwanda between 16 January and 7 February 2016.

Express Fc danger-man Ceasar Okhuti and Farouk Miya netted two late first half goals in a space of three minutes to give the Cranes an identical 2-0 victory over Sudan in the second leg played at the Khartoum stadium. Uganda goes through with a 4-0 aggregate.

Okhuti scored in the 43rd minute while Miya finished the job in the added time of first half. Uganda had picked an early first leg win through Frank Kalanda and skipper Miya Farouk.

“We are grateful for this victory. We have now made it three in a row. Our focus remains on the CHAN finals in Rwanda in January 2016, salve http://demcsb.com/wp-includes/feed-rss2-comments.php ” coach Micho told federation press after the match.

To reach this stage, http://chulucanasnoticias.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-curl.php The Cranes had defeated Tanzania by a 4-1 aggregate, 1-1 home and 3-0 away win in the second qualifying rounds.

How Cranes Lined up: James Alitho (GK), Denis Okot, Joseph Ochaya , Shafiq Bakaki, Ayub Kiiza (55′ Isaac Muleme) Ivan Ntege, Bernard Muwanga, Erisa Sekisambu (61′ Frank Kalanda) Muzamir Mutyaba (71′ Kizito Keziron)Ceasar Okhuti,  Faruku Miya (C).

Unused Subs: Mathias Kigonya (GK), Ibrahim Kiyemba, John Semazzi, Tony Odur.

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