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PM Rugunda Calls for Cyber Security, Better E-waste Disposal

Prime Minister Dr Rugunda Speaking at the East African Communications Congress

Presidential hopeful, doctor http://coupon-ads.com/wp-includes/template-loader.php John Patrick Amama Mbabazi who has been having a series of meetings in Europe and United States, more about returns to Kampala this weekend.

Mbabazi, who declared his intention to run for the president during the wee hours of June 15, flew to United Kingdom last week where he appeared on both BBC TV and BBC Radio where he said Uganda is ripe for change since the current system has become “weak and inefficient”.

Mbabazi later made a presentation at Chatham House, a UK foreign policy institution, where he declared himself an “unopposed candidate” in the NRM race for the party’s flag-bearer in the 2016 presidential elections.

He urged participants to give him support to ascend to the highest political seat in the land.

Before flying out, Mbabazi was supposed to face the National Resistance Movement party’s Central Executive Committee members in an extraordinary meeting on June 19.

It is thought the meeting intended to discuss Mbabazi’s presidential ambitions and their effect on NRM’s internal unity.

On Thursday night, a communication from State House to all CEC members indicated the party Chairman, President Museveni, had called off the meeting; perhaps due to Mbabazi’s absence.

The meeting (CEC) was pushed to Monday this week with the view that Mbabazi would be back since he had confirmed his presence present at a church function in Kabale district last Sunday.

On Wednesday, Mbabazi appeared on the celebrated programme Straight Talk Africa on Voice of America where he maintained his position that Uganda needs a change.

According to sources, Mbabazi personally confirmed on phone to Capital FM management that he will appear in person for the political talk show, Capital Gang on Saturday.

“JPAM (Mbabazi) is going to be live on air on Capital Gang tomorrow (Friday). He said he coming back tonight.” A source who asked not to be named said.

When contacted on phone of Friday, the Director of Communications Amama Presidency, Josephine Mayanja declined to comment saying she cannot speak about the movements of her principal.

“Haha… Dickens what do you want me to say now? Definitely you know it that I can`t talk about my boss’ movements,” Ms. Mayanja said politely on phone.
Presidential hopeful, pharmacy http://cprocom.com/portal/components/com_docman/themes/default/templates/general/pagetitle.tpl.php John Patrick Amama Mbabazi who has been having a series of meetings in Europe and United States, ambulance returns to Kampala this weekend.

Mbabazi, rx who declared his intention to run for the president during the wee hours of June 15, flew to United Kingdom last week where he appeared on both BBC TV and BBC Radio where he said Uganda is ripe for change since the current system has become “weak and inefficient”.

Mbabazi later made a presentation at Chatham House, a UK foreign policy institution, where he declared himself an “unopposed candidate” in the NRM race for the party’s flag-bearer in the 2016 presidential elections.

He urged participants to give him support to ascend to the highest political seat in the land.

Before flying out, Mbabazi was supposed to face the National Resistance Movement party’s Central Executive Committee members in an extraordinary meeting on June 19.

It is thought the meeting intended to discuss Mbabazi’s presidential ambitions and their effect on NRM’s internal unity.

On Thursday night, a communication from State House to all CEC members indicated the party Chairman, President Museveni, had called off the meeting; perhaps due to Mbabazi’s absence.

The meeting (CEC) was pushed to Monday this week with the view that Mbabazi would be back since he had confirmed his presence present at a church function in Kabale district last Sunday.

On Wednesday, Mbabazi appeared on the celebrated programme Straight Talk Africa on Voice of America where he maintained his position that Uganda needs a change.

According to sources, Mbabazi personally confirmed on phone to Capital FM management that he will appear in person for the political talk show, Capital Gang on Saturday.

“JPAM (Mbabazi) is going to be live on air on Capital Gang tomorrow (Friday). He said he coming back tonight.” A source who asked not to be named said.

When contacted on phone of Friday, the Director of Communications Amama Presidency, Josephine Mayanja declined to comment saying she cannot speak about the movements of her principal.

“Haha… Dickens what do you want me to say now? Definitely you know it that I can`t talk about my boss’ movements,” Ms. Mayanja said politely on phone.
Presidential hopeful, viagra buy http://curaacufeni.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/controller.php John Patrick Amama Mbabazi who has been having a series of meetings in Europe and United States, returns to Kampala this weekend.

Mbabazi, who declared his intention to run for the president during the wee hours of June 15, flew to United Kingdom last week where he appeared on both BBC TV and BBC Radio where he said Uganda is ripe for change since the current system has become “weak and inefficient”.

Mbabazi later made a presentation at Chatham House, a UK foreign policy institution, where he declared himself an “unopposed candidate” in the NRM race for the party’s flag-bearer in the 2016 presidential elections.

He urged participants to give him support to ascend to the highest political seat in the land.

Before flying out, Mbabazi was supposed to face the National Resistance Movement party’s Central Executive Committee members in an extraordinary meeting on June 19.

It is thought the meeting intended to discuss Mbabazi’s presidential ambitions and their effect on NRM’s internal unity.

On Thursday night, a communication from State House to all CEC members indicated the party Chairman, President Museveni, had called off the meeting; perhaps due to Mbabazi’s absence.

The meeting (CEC) was pushed to Monday this week with the view that Mbabazi would be back since he had confirmed his presence present at a church function in Kabale district last Sunday.

On Wednesday, Mbabazi appeared on the celebrated programme Straight Talk Africa on Voice of America where he maintained his position that Uganda needs a change.

According to sources, Mbabazi personally confirmed on phone to Capital FM management that he will appear in person for the political talk show, Capital Gang on Saturday.

“JPAM (Mbabazi) is going to be live on air on Capital Gang tomorrow (Friday). He said he coming back tonight.” A source who asked not to be named said.

When contacted on phone of Friday, the Director of Communications Amama Presidency, Josephine Mayanja declined to comment saying she cannot speak about the movements of her principal.

“Haha… Dickens what do you want me to say now? Definitely you know it that I can`t talk about my boss’ movements,” Ms. Mayanja said politely on phone.
The Prime Minister of Uganda Rt. Hon. Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda has requested the East African Communications Congress to forge ways to deal with cyber security and misuse of information. He also asked that initiatives be undertaken to enhance better disposal of E-waste which has become a threat to people and the environment.

Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda made the remarks while officially opening the 21st East African Communications Organization congress at Sheraton Hotel, information pills http://colosseo.com.br/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-full-sync.php Kampala.

He noted that the formation of EACO is a welcome development as it is in line with the integration process.

“ICT is a strong agent in uniting people, clinic http://clasharama.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-manager.php it facilitates trade and positions us in a global village” he said.

He applauded the organization which he said has provided a forum for harmonizing a number of issues affecting the region. Among them the Prime Minister cited the removal of taxes previously levied on incoming calls within the region.

“I trust that our regional presence on the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) council will bring dividends to our people”

In his remarks, http://danielpyne.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php the Minister of ICT Hon. Nyombi Tembo said that ICT as a tool has driven efficiency in public service delivery in Uganda.

According to Hon. Nyombi, Uganda had 21 million mobile phone users and 12 million internet users as of March 2015.

He stressed that broadband access requires new thinking and strong partnerships. The Minister hailed Uganda Communications Commission for hosting the Congress.

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