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Mrs Whitaker was received with pomp by the MPs at Parliament

As the country readies for the pre-2016 activities, try http://curiousmediums.com/wp-includes/pluggable-deprecated.php President Yoweri Museveni has asked people who are planning to cause insecurity and confusion to stand warned.

He cautioned especially members of the opposition preparing to embark on vigorous campaigning to takeover government that their efforts must remain peaceful all they would be restrained.

The President was addressing a public rally today in Muhanga Town Council at Muhanga Progressive Secondary School at the start of his tour of Kigezi Sub-region in South Western Uganda.

Museveni said that he would not watch quietly as the politicians decampaign the NRM while causing chaos.

“I am warning characters planning to cause insecurity and confusion to desist from the practice. How can I keep quiet when some people are saying agende while attempting to cause chaos?” he said.

Museveni’s remarks come amidst anticipated fuss in 2015, try http://cuveeboutiquespa.com/site/wp-includes/ms-settings.php following a pronouncement by some opposition leaders to resist an unleveled 2016 poll, “by all possible means”

With only months remaining, opposition political parties in the country are still waiting for government to table constitutional amendments that are hopped to bring about a free and fair election.

But, but with less hopes for government to endorse the required reforms, some opposition leaders led by Former FDC President Col Kiiza Besigye have vowed to do all that it takes to arm-twist government.

The past elections have had their share of turmoil as police and often the national army move to restrain riotous opposition members who claim election fraud.

Museveni’s warning today had earlier been echoed by Inspector General of Police General Edward Kale Kayihura, who  warned the youth against engaging in “disruptive” and “illegal” political demonstrations, saying the state will not allow anyone to threaten its hold on power.

Gen. Kayihura further warned politicians who “don’t want to use the constitutional way of getting to power because we will not allow them.”

The NRA combatant was speaking at the two-day Kigezi Youth convention at Kigezi College Butobere in Kabale Tuesday ahead of today’s visit by the president.

At the function, President Museveni informed the people of area to focus more on productive agricultural venues that would help transform their livelihoods.

He noted that he disbanded the National Agricultural and Advisory Services (NAADS) due to the mismanagement of funds by officials.

He said that the NRM Government resolved to assign Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) officers the task of promoting agriculture among wananchi throughout the country.

The Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, welcomed President Museveni to Kigezi Sub-Region.

Rukiga County MP, Hon. Sabiiti assured the President that the people of the area were working together for their development regardless of their divergent political affiliations.

 
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He cautioned especially members of the opposition preparing to embark on vigorous campaigning to take over government that their efforts must remain peaceful all they would be restrained.

The President was addressing a public rally today in Muhanga Town Council at Muhanga Progressive Secondary School at the start of his tour of Kigezi Sub-region in South Western Uganda.

Museveni said that he would not watch quietly as the politicians decampaign the NRM while causing chaos.

“I am warning characters planning to cause insecurity and confusion to desist from the practice. How can I keep quiet when some people are saying agende while attempting to cause chaos?” he said.

Museveni’s remarks come amidst opposition threats to fight back should the government refuse to accept the proposed political reforms.

With only months remaining to the 2016 polls, stomach http://copdx.org.au/wp-admin/includes/post.php opposition political parties in the country are still awaiting governments move to put in place constitutional amendments that are hoped to see a free and fair election.

The past elections have had their share of turmoil as police and often the national army moved in to restrain riotous opposition members who claim election fraud.

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Gen. Kayihura further warned politicians who “don’t want to use the constitutional way of getting to power because we will not allow them.”

The NRA combatant was speaking at the two-day Kigezi Youth convention at Kigezi College Butobere in Kabale Tuesday ahead of today’s visit by the president.

At the function, President Museveni informed the people of area to focus more on productive agricultural venues that would help transform their livelihoods.

He noted that he disbanded the National Agricultural and Advisory Services (NAADS) due to the mismanagement of funds by officials.

He said that the NRM Government resolved to assign Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) officers the task of promoting agriculture among wananchi throughout the country.

The Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, welcomed President Museveni to Kigezi Sub-Region.

Rukiga County MP, Hon. Sabiiti assured the President that the people of the area were working together for their development regardless of their divergent political affiliations.

 
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He cautioned especially members of the opposition preparing to embark on vigorous campaigning to take over government that their efforts must remain peaceful all they would be restrained.

The President was addressing a public rally today in Muhanga Town Council at Muhanga Progressive Secondary School at the start of his tour of Kigezi Sub-region in South Western Uganda.

Museveni said that he would not watch quietly as the politicians decampaign the NRM while causing chaos.

“I am warning characters planning to cause insecurity and confusion to desist from the practice. How can I keep quiet when some people are saying agende while attempting to cause chaos?” he said.

Museveni’s remarks come amidst opposition threats to fight back should the government refuse to accept the proposed political reforms.

With only months remaining to the 2016 polls, cialis 40mg http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes.php opposition political parties in the country are still awaiting governments move to put in place constitutional amendments that are hoped to see a free and fair election.

The past elections have had their share of turmoil as police and often the national army moved in to restrain riotous opposition members who claim election fraud.

Museveni’s warning today had earlier been echoed by Inspector General of Police General Edward Kale Kayihura, who  warned the youth against engaging in “disruptive” and “illegal” political demonstrations, saying the state will not allow anyone to threaten its hold on power.

Gen. Kayihura further warned politicians who “don’t want to use the constitutional way of getting to power because we will not allow them.”

The NRA combatant was speaking at the two-day Kigezi Youth convention at Kigezi College Butobere in Kabale Tuesday ahead of today’s visit by the president.

At the function, President Museveni informed the people of area to focus more on productive agricultural venues that would help transform their livelihoods.

He noted that he disbanded the National Agricultural and Advisory Services (NAADS) due to the mismanagement of funds by officials.

He said that the NRM Government resolved to assign Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) officers the task of promoting agriculture among wananchi throughout the country.

The Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, welcomed President Museveni to Kigezi Sub-Region.

Rukiga County MP, Hon. Sabiiti assured the President that the people of the area were working together for their development regardless of their divergent political affiliations.

 
As the country readies for the pre-2016 activities, story http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-includes/bookmark.php President Yoweri Museveni has asked people who are planning to cause insecurity and confusion to stand warned.

He cautioned especially members of the opposition preparing to embark on vigorous campaigning to takeover government that their efforts must remain peaceful all they would be restrained.

The President was addressing a public rally today in Muhanga Town Council at Muhanga Progressive Secondary School at the start of his tour of Kigezi Sub-region in South Western Uganda.

Museveni said that he would not watch quietly as the politicians decampaign the NRM while causing chaos.

“I am warning characters planning to cause insecurity and confusion to desist from the practice. How can I keep quiet when some people are saying agende while attempting to cause chaos?” he said.

Museveni’s remarks come amidst anticipated fuss in 2015, following a pronounced plans by some opposition leaders to resist an unleveled 2016 poll, “by all possible means”

With only months remaining, opposition political parties in the country are still awaiting governments move to put in place constitutional amendments that are hopped to see a free and fair election.

But, with less hopes for government to endorse the required reforms, some opposition leaders led by Former FDC President Col Kiiza Besigye have vowed to do all that it takes to arm-twist government.

The past elections have had their share of turmoil as police and often the national army moved in to restrain riotous opposition members who claim election fraud.

Museveni’s warning today had earlier been echoed by Inspector General of Police General Edward Kale Kayihura, who  warned the youth against engaging in “disruptive” and “illegal” political demonstrations, saying the state will not allow anyone to threaten its hold on power.

Gen. Kayihura further warned politicians who “don’t want to use the constitutional way of getting to power because we will not allow them.”

The NRA combatant was speaking at the two-day Kigezi Youth convention at Kigezi College Butobere in Kabale Tuesday ahead of today’s visit by the president.

At the function, President Museveni informed the people of area to focus more on productive agricultural venues that would help transform their livelihoods.

He noted that he disbanded the National Agricultural and Advisory Services (NAADS) due to the mismanagement of funds by officials.

He said that the NRM Government resolved to assign Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) officers the task of promoting agriculture among wananchi throughout the country.

The Prime Minister, Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, welcomed President Museveni to Kigezi Sub-Region.

Rukiga County MP, Hon. Sabiiti assured the President that the people of the area were working together for their development regardless of their divergent political affiliations.

 
The chairman of a special Parliamentary Committee investigating the alleged corruption scandal in the historically biggest project since independence, website http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/edit-contact-form.php the Standard Gauge Railway, advice http://cheesejaguar.com/wp-includes/registration.php Kafero Sekitoleko is under an intensive over “dilly dallying” with one of the witnesses, visit this http://cnet-training.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/includes/meta-boxes.php Rosa Whitaker.

As we write this, a letter written by the African Parliamentarian`s Network Against Corruption (APNAC- U) Uganda chapter has been sent to Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga asking her to reconstitute the committee mainly the leadership under Sekitoleko whom they said was compromised and weak.

The APNAC- U chairperson, Gerald Karuhanga who showed the letter to press at Parliament on Wednesday, said Sekitoleko and his colleagues handled the powerful American woman, Rosa Whitaker who is also the former United States Secretary for trade in charge of Africa, with pomp and was against the Parliamentary rules and procedure.

“The manner in which the Select Committee on Standard Gauge Railway handled Ms. Rosa Whitaker was absurd and against our rules and procedures that steer this institution. The chairman and his group treated her with an unacceptable pomp.” Karuhanga said.

“What is perturbing Madam Speaker, is the approach one of the principal witnesses came to interact and testify to the committee. Going by Hon. Kafeero Sekitoleko who is chairing the probe confession, “President Museveni directed me to hurriedly arrange for a meeting with Ms. Whitaker because she would be flying out later.”.”

“Consequently, members of the committee in the inquiry into the messy procurement of a firm for the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway line were hurriedly ordered to interview Ms. Rosa Whitaker in secret.” Other parts of the letter read.

Ms. Rosa Whitaker was questioned on Monday on how she recommended the Chinese firm, China Harbor Engineering Company (CHEC) to the Ugandan government through President Yoweri Museveni.

Karuhanga and his group also condemned president Museveni`s involvement in the affairs of Parliament.

 

 

 

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