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Structural Transformation should Underpin Africa’s Priorities – ECA Chief

Carlos Lopes, Executive Secretary for ECA.

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While speaking at a function at Maziba sub county headquarters, the minister assayed to appeal to the attendants to vote only for the NRM and President Yoweri Museveni and to do away with the likes of Hon Niwagaba.

He had barely finished his statement when the crowd silenced him and shouted him down in front of the Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda and several dignitaries that included the Sri Lankan investors who are set to build a 6.5 megawatts Muvumbe hydro electric power dam in Maziba sub county.

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Some of the voices in the crowd told him off to stop overlooking the power and ability of the citizenry to determine their own leadership.

Hon Bagaine has for the past years been considered in the constituency as the kingmaker.

Bagaine represented Ndorwa East in the old National Resistance Council (NRC) until 1996 when he quit elective and introduced Dr Avitas Tibarimbasa.

The two however became enemies and in 2001, the Minister brought the now incumbent Hon Niwagaba.

This, he now calls the lost son who was even thrown out of the party over misconduct and doesn’t deserve another term.

Bagaine is said to be pushing for a one Narisicio Tumwesigye be elected the next Ndorwa east MP.

At the event, the crowd informed the Minister – who has been in the constituency meeting with party members — that they would vote the candidate of their choice, regardless what the NRM says.

The Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda said at the function that the NRM party ushered in peace in the country so that people could use it to elect leaders of their choice, whom they know will bring development in their area.

“No person should come to tell you that I or the president has sent someone to stand in your area. It should be upon you the people to use the democracy to elect leaders of your own choice,” Said Dr. Rugunda.

 

 
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While speaking at a function at Maziba sub county headquarters, the minister assayed to appeal to the attendants to vote only for the NRM and President Yoweri Museveni and to do away with the likes of Hon Niwagaba.

He had barely finished his statement when the crowd silenced him and shouted him down in front of the Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda and several dignitaries that included the Sri Lankan investors who are set to build a 6.5 megawatts Muvumbe hydro electric power dam in Maziba sub county.

Some of the voices in the crowd told him off to stop overlooking the power and ability of the citizenry to determine their own leadership.

Hon Bagaine has for the past years been considered in the constituency as the kingmaker.

Bagaine represented Ndorwa East in the old National Resistance Council (NRC) until 1996 when he quit elective and introduced Dr Avitas Tibarimbasa.

The two however became enemies and in 2001, the Minister brought the now incumbent Hon Niwagaba.

This, he now calls the lost son who was even thrown out of the party over misconduct and doesn’t deserve another term.

Bagaine is said to be pushing for a one Narisicio Tumwesigye be elected the next Ndorwa east MP.

At the event, the crowd informed the Minister – who has been in the constituency meeting with party members — that they would vote the candidate of their choice, regardless what the NRM says.

The Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda said at the function that the NRM party ushered in peace in the country so that people could use it to elect leaders of their choice, whom they know will bring development in their area.

“No person should come to tell you that I or the president has sent someone to stand in your area. It should be upon you the people to use the democracy to elect leaders of your own choice,” Said Dr. Rugunda.
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While speaking at a function at Maziba sub county headquarters, the minister assayed to appeal to the attendants to vote only for the NRM and President Yoweri Museveni and to do away with the likes of Hon Niwagaba.

He had barely finished his statement when the crowd silenced him and shouted him down in front of the Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda and several dignitaries that included the Sri Lankan investors who are set to build a 6.5 megawatts Muvumbe hydro electric power dam in Maziba sub county.

Some of the voices in the crowd told him off to stop overlooking the power and ability of the citizenry to determine their own leadership.

Hon Bagaine has for the past years been considered in the constituency as the kingmaker.

Bagaine represented Ndorwa East in the old National Resistance Council (NRC) until 1996 when he quit elective and introduced Dr Avitas Tibarimbasa.

The two however became enemies and in 2001, the Minister brought the now incumbent Hon Niwagaba.

This, he now calls the lost son who was even thrown out of the party over misconduct and doesn’t deserve another term.

Bagaine is said to be pushing for a one Narisicio Tumwesigye be elected the next Ndorwa east MP.

At the event, the crowd informed the Minister – who has been in the constituency meeting with party members — that they would vote the candidate of their choice, regardless what the NRM says.

The Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda said at the function that the NRM party ushered in peace in the country so that people could use it to elect leaders of their choice, whom they know will bring development in their area.

“No person should come to tell you that I or the president has sent someone to stand in your area. It should be upon you the people to use the democracy to elect leaders of your own choice,” Said Dr. Rugunda.
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While speaking at a function at Maziba sub county headquarters, the minister assayed to appeal to the attendants to vote only for the NRM and President Yoweri Museveni and to do away with the likes of Hon Niwagaba.

He had barely finished his statement when the crowd silenced him and shouted him down in front of the Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda and several dignitaries that included the Sri Lankan investors who are set to build a 6.5 megawatts Muvumbe hydro electric power dam in Maziba sub county.

Some of the voices in the crowd told him off to stop overlooking the power and ability of the citizenry to determine their own leadership.

Hon Bagaine has for the past years been considered in the constituency as the kingmaker.

Bagaine represented Ndorwa East in the old National Resistance Council (NRC) until 1996 when he quit elective and introduced Dr Avitas Tibarimbasa.

The two however became enemies and in 2001, the Minister brought the now incumbent Hon Niwagaba.

This, he now calls the lost son who was even thrown out of the party over misconduct and doesn’t deserve another term.

Bagaine is said to be pushing for a one Narisicio Tumwesigye to be elected the next Ndorwa east MP.

At the event, the crowd informed the Minister – who has been in the constituency meeting with party members — that they would vote the candidate of their choice, regardless what the NRM says.

The Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda said at the function that the NRM party ushered in peace in the country so that people could use it to elect leaders of their choice, whom they know will bring development in their area.

“No person should come to tell you that I or the president has sent someone to stand in your area. It should be upon you the people to use the democracy to elect leaders of your own choice,” Said Dr. Rugunda.
Traders of Koranorya market in Mbarara Municipality turned chaotic yesterday upon learning that their mayor Wilson Tumwiine was finalizing plans to lease out their market land without their consent.

The area Resident District Commissioner Capt Martha Asiimwe rushed to intervene and calm the angry traders.

Through the area councilor LC III Benon Mugume, advice http://contraboli.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-post-v1-1-endpoint.php residents reported the matter to police and the DPC Jaffar Magezi called a meeting on September 28 halt construction work that had just commenced at the market.

The market has been accommodating over 1000 vendors.

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Venders say the received this land from the late Mukasa who gave them part of his land 40 years ago to support the locals’ income.

The RDC Martha Asiimwe promised to crosscheck with the regional land offices to confirm its ownership.

 
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Speaking at the ECA ahead of the UN General Assembly this September, Carlos Lopes stated that the new Sustainable Development Agenda must take on board Africa’s development goals and priorities, in particular, the need for innovative ways to finance our future.

“The financing imperatives for a sustainable future are immense and a policy paradigm, centered on among others, Africa’s trillions of dollars in savings is the way forward,” he emphasized.

Information from ECA reveals that the landmark UN General Assembly is seen as a watershed moment that ushers in a new sustainable development agenda.

Lopes notes that while the high-level events will touch on the significant progress that has been achieved on the MDGs, there will be a greater focus on lessons and implications for the next 15 years.

He also expressed great appreciation for the work done by Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in her role as Co-Chair of the High Level Panel on Sustainable Development Goals and for steering Africa’s priorities, together with the African Union, towards a Common African Position that now completes the MDGs and transitions the focus on Africa’s priorities in the context of the SDGS.

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