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Maj Kahonda Donozio is finally out of jail

A total of 5 Incumbent leaders lost their seats in Mbarara district during this week’s NRM primary elections.

Mbarara Municipality MP Hon Medard Bitekyerezo lost the party flag to Michael Tusiime while Mayor Wilson Tumwine was floored by Robert Kachebezi, viagra buy http://dailycoffeenews.com/wp-includes/bookmark.php a popular presenter with Vision Group’s Radio West.

These two polls were postponed from Tuesday to yesterday by the NRM electoral commission, following irreconcilable glitches.

Micheal Tusiime was voted to replace Mbarara Municipality MP Medard Bitekyerezo

Micheal Tusiime was voted to replace Mbarara Municipality MP Medard Bitekyerezo

The district NRM registrar Yoramu Kacumita declared at 05; 47am that Tusiime won by 12319 votes while incumbent Medard Bitekyerezo lost with 10951 votes.

On the mayorship, Wilson Tumwine managed only 7133 votes while Kachebezi took the day with 11991 votes.

In middle of the subsequent wild cerebration in the municipality, the NRM district chairman Jomo Mugabe asked the NRM members to quickly put their differences aside and work for the good of the party.

The polls were heavily guarded

The polls were heavily guarded

Both the winners and losers vowed to supportively work together for the progress of Mbarara city.

On his part, Kachebezi termed his victory as a ‘risk that his supporters would not regret.’

In Mbarara district, it was only the Kashari North incumbent Yaguma Rutashokwa who survived the election. The rest were shown the doorway and these are, Woman MP Emma Boona, Medard Bitekyerezo and Vincent Kyamadidi.

Mayor Wilson Tumwine and chairman LCV Mbarara district Deus Tumusiime Omuteganda also lost in these elections.
A total of 5 Incumbent leaders lost their seats in Mbarara district during this week’s NRM primary elections.

Mbarara Municipality MP Hon Medard Bitekyerezo lost the party flag to Michael Tusiime while Mayor Wilson Tumwine was floored by Robert Kachebezi, approved http://celesteanddanielle.com/wp-content/plugins/google-analyticator/google-api-php-client/src/auth/google_p12signer.php a popular presenter with Vision Group’s Radio West.

These two polls were postponed from Tuesday to yesterday by the NRM electoral commission, ambulance following irreconcilable glitches.

Micheal Tusiime was voted to replace Mbarara Municipality MP Medard Bitekyerezo

Micheal Tusiime was voted to replace Mbarara Municipality MP Medard Bitekyerezo

The district NRM registrar Yoramu Kacumita declared at 05; 47am that Tusiime won by 12319 votes while incumbent Medard Bitekyerezo lost with 10951 votes.

On the mayorship, this web Wilson Tumwine managed only 7133 votes while Kachebezi took the day with 11991 votes.

In middle of the subsequent wild cerebration in the municipality, the NRM district chairman Jomo Mugabe asked the NRM members to quickly put their differences aside and work for the good of the party.

The polls were heavily guarded

The polls were heavily guarded

Both the winners and losers vowed to supportively work together for the progress of Mbarara city.

On his part, Kachebezi termed his victory as a ‘risk that his supporters would not regret.’

In Mbarara district, it was only the Kashari North incumbent Yaguma Rutashokwa who survived the election. The rest were shown the doorway and these are, Woman MP Emma Boona, Medard Bitekyerezo and Vincent Kyamadidi.

Mayor Wilson Tumwine and chairman LCV Mbarara district Deus Tumusiime Omuteganda also lost in these elections.
A total of 5 Incumbent leaders lost their seats in Mbarara district during this week’s NRM primary elections.

Mbarara Municipality MP Hon Medard Bitekyerezo lost the party flag to Michael Tusiime while Mayor Wilson Tumwine was floored by Robert Kachebezi, price http://clinicalresearchsociety.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php a popular presenter with Vision Group’s Radio West.

These two polls were postponed from Tuesday to yesterday by the NRM electoral commission, advice following irreconcilable glitches.

Micheal Tusiime was voted to replace Mbarara Municipality MP Medard Bitekyerezo

Micheal Tusiime was voted to replace Mbarara Municipality MP Medard Bitekyerezo

The district NRM registrar Yoramu Kacumita declared at 05; 47am that Tusiime won by 12319 votes while incumbent Medard Bitekyerezo lost with 10951 votes.

On the mayorship, Wilson Tumwine managed only 7133 votes while Kachebezi took the day with 11991 votes.

In middle of the subsequent wild cerebration in the municipality, the NRM district chairman Jomo Mugabe asked the NRM members to quickly put their differences aside and work for the good of the party.

The polls were heavily guarded

The polls were heavily guarded

Both the winners and losers vowed to supportively work together for the progress of Mbarara city.

On his part, Kachebezi termed his victory as a ‘risk that his supporters would not regret.’

In Mbarara district, it was only the Kashari North incumbent Yaguma Rutashokwa who survived the election. The rest were shown the doorway and these are, Woman MP Emma Boona, Medard Bitekyerezo and Vincent Kyamadidi.

Mayor Wilson Tumwine and chairman LCV Mbarara district Deus Tumusiime Omuteganda also lost in these elections.
Maj Donozio Kahonda missed a bigger part of the campaigns for the Ruhinda County NRM primary elections where he was contesting, page http://ca-uqam.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/module-headings.php because his was in prison.

Yet when the results came out on Wednesday morning, sales he had satisfactorily floored Gen Kahinda Otafiire, physician who has served as the area MP for two decades.

Donozio polled an unchallengeable 21,467 against Otafiire’s 12949, while a one Prof Hosea Muhanguzi trailed with 4594 votes.

Gen Otafiire who is also Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs had Maj. Kahonda tried and remanded at Kirinya Prisions in Jinja Municipality, on alleged forgery charges.

Donozzio was finally granted a Shs 500,000 cash bail on Thursday afternoon by the Jinja Magistrates Court.

Donozio’s younger brother, Ambrose Byamugisha, who was also his campaign spokesperson told Chimpreports that owing to Minister Otafiire’s position, the court had declined to arrange for the bail hearing.

“They frustrated all out efforts, we had to do it all, [the campaigns] by ourselves. But now thank goodness he is out,” he said.

A local news outlet reports, “After the arrest of Capt. Kahonda, his supporters kept working hard. They paid radio talk shows on Hunter fm in Bushenyi. Gen. Kahinda was quizzed by Ruhinda voters twice on the same radio station when he appeared there abusing detained Kahonda.”

Mr Myamugisha, informed us that his brother will be reporting back to court at the close of November to the hearing of the case.

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