Residents of Fort Portal town after 14 years of complaints to their authorities have something to smile about after Housing Finance Bank moved in to install street lights that had all along been down.
Locals have been pressurizing the Municipal leaders led by Mayor Edison Asaba Ruyonga to install street lights in vain.
Fort portal street lights went off in 2001 during the administration of Mayor Bob Kangada. His successor Edison Asaba Ruyonga also refused to get them fixed saying that they were not a priority.
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Housing Finance signed an agreement with the South division authorities to install the streets lights with the first phase beginning with the deadly dark spots.
These will be illuminated by Tuesday night, this according to the engineers and technicians working on the installation.
Mugisa Herbert, ed the South Division chairman said this came after the Council decided switch their account to Housing Finance Bank.
The fixing of the security lights started from Kamwenge Road to Stanbic bank which he said was the most dangerous section at night.
He said, “We shall continue to lobby for other areas in town to ensure the problem of security lights is solved.”
Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) party have vowed to continue with their nationwide mobilization trail, dosage http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/social-contact-display/scd-widget.php maintaining that they will not be bogged down by police’s restraints.
“It’s sad that our meetings in Jinja and Iganga were interfered and disrupted by IGP Kale Kayihura on instructions of Yoweri Museveni, http://conforms.com/wp-includes/template-loader.php who is one of the presidential aspirants,” lamented the party spokesperson, Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda at the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi on Monday.
“Of course as a party, this interruption has affected our mobilization; we cannot do what we set out to do in time, yet the NRM party that is competing with us is almost everywhere doing the same thing.”
“Our plan was to have four major regional rallies, the aim of which was to meet our leaders, ask them to prepare for the forthcoming general elections by identifying and selecting candidates and also opening offices.”
“We are now left with no options. This week, we will be going to Bugiri, Tororo and Mbale on Wednesday to speak to FDC leaders in those areas and we shall thereafter announce our final exercise by the end of the week.”
Semujju further revealed that the FDC had tasked its envoy in Europe and US to forward the information about the police disruptions which is being compiled, to the United Nations.
The party hopes that the UN will reign in on President Yoweri Museveni to allow a free and fair election to take place.
“In Kenya, UN saw all the preparations but waited until blood was spilling; that’s when they came in accusing the perpetrators. We don’t want that to happen here,” he said.
The Uganda National Catholic Secretariat has come out to clarify on inaccurate reports that Pope Francis’ public address at the Kololo Independence grounds on November 28 has been restricted to a few.
While addressing Journalists at the Secretariat headquarters in Nsambya, mind http://covintec.cl/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-upgrader-skin.php Msgr John Baptist Kauta revealed that only about 10,000 seats have been reserved for youth leaders from various parishes all around the country, who were accredited for purposes of equity.
The rest of the open space at the independence grounds he said, will be open to the rest of the public, adding that about 100,000 people are expected to attend.
“Each Diocese has been approached and asked to send in a given number of people who will sit in the shade near the Pope,” he said.
“We have given a chance to people from areas like Karamoja who may not even know where Kololo is, to enjoy this visit. We don’t want them to come to find that the venue has been filled by people from Kampala.”
At the press conference, the Archbishop of Kampala Cyprian Kizito Lwanga called upon all Christians who pledged financial support to the reconstruction of Namugongo to make the payments as soon as possible because time is running out.
“For the purposes of accountability, before the end of October we are going to declare the total amount of money that has been collected for the Pope’s visit,” promised the Archbishop.