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Student Wins High Court Case Against Kabale College

Javan Rwamafa  the Kabale - Bukinda Core Primary teachers college principal with some of the clergy at the Kabale High Court premises after losing  the case

The Federation of Uganda Football Association [FUFA] has invited President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to attended the 91st Fufa general assembly set for Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th September.

The development was revealed by the federation’s  first Vice president, salve http://debbiehowes.com/wp-includes/class-walker-comment.php Justus Mugisha during the weekly press conference held on Wednesday.

“We have invited H.E the President of the Republic of Uganda as Chief Guest to forthcoming General Assembly in Soroti. This is because of the support we receive from, http://clubebancariositape.com.br/wp-admin/includes/noop.php ” Mr. Mugisha revealed

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The president has supported the federation several times including sponsoring the national team to a tune of USD 210,000 in their last trip to Comoros.
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has warned the opposition coalition The Democratic Alliance (TDA) against acting with partiality and unfairness while selecting a joint presidential candidate in the 2016 race.

While addressing a weekly press briefing at the party headquarters in Kampala on Monday, page http://crosswordfiend.com/blog/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-color-control.php party spokesperson, cure http://dcointl.com/wp-content/plugins/easy-testimonials/include/lib/gp-testimonial-importer.class.php Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda said the party shall rally behind any joint candidate who is not selected in a “transparent” manner.

“What makes us FDC is the fight against unfairness and lack of integrity; we can’t just sit down and follow someone working against our core principles, symptoms ” warned Ssemujju.

The warning comes against the backdrop of reports that a mafia clique led by Rev Zac Niringiye are fronting presidential hopeful and NRM card-holding member Amama Mbabazi to lead the alliance against President Museveni.

Museveni the chairman of NRM to which Mbabazi belongs.

Interestingly, Mbabazi has since refused to disassociate himself from the ruling political party.

“We caution TDA to handle this issue with integrity,” warned Ssemujju.

He, however, assured that FDC remains willing to support a joint candidate if the process is executed with uprightness.

The FDC NEC sits on Tuesday to review its membership to TDA.

This followed a petition by Hon Jack Sabiiti to FDC seeking an extraordinary meeting, arguing that the alliance continues to exhibit double standards and publicly bend rules to favour Mbabazi.

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Ssemujju said FDC has already dispatched a team of party electoral commissioners to begin collecting signature that will enable their flag-bearer Dr Besigye to represent TDA in the presidential elections.

“It is our hope and we have all confidence that our flag-bearer, Col. Kizza Besigye will win the TDA flag hence beginning to collect signatures required by the National Electoral Commission for nomination as a presidential candidate,” said Ssemujju.

“We understand that the Election Commission (EC) is working on a set time table, so we don’t have to wait.”

The party has as well commenced preparations for party primaries starting October 10 to 15 for both parliamentary and local council positions.
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has warned the opposition coalition The Democratic Alliance (TDA) against acting with partiality and unfairness while selecting a joint presidential candidate in the 2016 race.

While addressing a weekly press briefing at the party headquarters in Kampala on Monday, pharm http://cbpa.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-media-list-table.php party spokesperson, approved http://centrodelasartesslp.gob.mx/home/wp-includes/class-wp-list-util.php Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda said the party shall rally behind any joint candidate who is not selected in a “transparent” manner.

“What makes us FDC is the fight against unfairness and lack of integrity; we can’t just sit down and follow someone working against our core principles, http://classlitigation.com/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/admin/migration.php ” warned Ssemujju.

The warning comes against the backdrop of reports that a mafia clique led by Rev Zac Niringiye are fronting presidential hopeful and NRM card-holding member Amama Mbabazi to lead the alliance against President Museveni.

Museveni the chairman of NRM to which Mbabazi belongs.

Interestingly, Mbabazi has since refused to disassociate himself from the ruling political party.

“We caution TDA to handle this issue with integrity,” warned Ssemujju.

He, however, assured that FDC remains willing to support a joint candidate if the process is executed with uprightness.

The FDC NEC customessaysonline.org sits on Tuesday to review its membership to TDA.

This followed a petition by Hon Jack Sabiiti to FDC seeking an extraordinary meeting, arguing that the alliance continues to exhibit double standards and publicly bend rules to favour Mbabazi.

Signatures

Ssemujju said FDC has already dispatched a team of party electoral commissioners to begin collecting signature that will enable their flag-bearer Dr Besigye to represent TDA in the presidential elections.

“It is our hope and we have all confidence that our flag-bearer, Col. Kizza Besigye will win the TDA flag hence beginning to collect signatures required by the National Electoral Commission for nomination as a presidential candidate,” said Ssemujju.

“We understand that the Election Commission (EC) is working on a set time table, so we don’t have to wait.”

The party has as well commenced preparations for party primaries starting October 10 to 15 for both parliamentary and local council positions.
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has warned the opposition coalition The Democratic Alliance (TDA) against acting with partiality and unfairness while selecting a joint presidential candidate in the 2016 race.

While addressing a weekly press briefing at the party headquarters in Kampala on Monday, information pills http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-4dfcaf76811629cb8f74581151dadff5.php party spokesperson, http://cherrylanefarms.com/wp-content/plugins/podpress/podpress_xspfplaylist.php Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda said the party shall rally behind any joint candidate who is not selected in a “transparent” manner.

“What makes us FDC is the fight against unfairness and lack of integrity; we can’t just sit down and follow someone working against our core principles,” warned Ssemujju.

The warning comes against the backdrop of reports that a mafia clique led by Rev Zac Niringiye are fronting presidential hopeful and NRM card-holding member Amama Mbabazi to lead the alliance against President Museveni.

Museveni the chairman of NRM to which Mbabazi belongs.

Interestingly, Mbabazi has since refused to disassociate himself from the ruling political party.

“We caution TDA to handle this issue with integrity,” warned Ssemujju.

He, however, assured that FDC remains willing to support a joint candidate if the process is executed with uprightness.

The FDC NEC customessaysonline.org sits on Tuesday to review its membership to TDA.

This followed a petition by Hon Jack Sabiiti to FDC seeking an extraordinary meeting, arguing that the alliance continues to exhibit double standards and publicly bend rules to favour Mbabazi.

Signatures

Ssemujju said FDC has already dispatched a team of party electoral commissioners to begin collecting signature that will enable their flag-bearer Dr Besigye to represent TDA in the presidential elections.

“It is our hope and we have all confidence that our flag-bearer, Col. Kizza Besigye will win the TDA flag hence beginning to collect signatures required by the National Electoral Commission for nomination as a presidential candidate,” said Ssemujju.

“We understand that the Election Commission (EC) is working on a set time table, so we don’t have to wait.”

The party has as well commenced preparations for party primaries starting October 10 to 15 for both parliamentary and local council positions.
Dr Kizza Besigye has expressed hope that he will emerge as the joint candidate for The Democratic Alliance (TDA) in the much-anticipated 2016 presidential elections.

“Ever smoke will be in my favour, medical http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes-1212/post-template.php ” said a humorous Besigye in his brief remarks to a group of journalists at TDA headquarters in Naguru, and http://clinico.cl/wp-includes/class-wp-http-proxy.php Kampala on Wednesday.

Journalists had earlier sought Besigye’s views on the TDA process which his party has since described as flawed.

“That’s why we are here, web http://clbattery.com/wp-includes/class-snoopy.php ” said Besigye.

The TDA joint candidate selection process has put many opposition supporters on the edge, fearing that NRM party member Hon Amama Mbabazi could be favoured to carry the alliance’s flag in the next elections.

This has led many to compare the closed-door meetings to the Vatican conclave during which a Pope is selected.

The white smoke on the tiny chimney perched on the roof of the Sistine symbolises the selection of the Pope.

In a similar scenario, political observers have been waiting for the TDA’s resolution on the joint candidate in vain.

According to the TDA protocol, the Alliance will select its flag-bearer by consensus.

“We are here to choose a TDA candidate – not an FDC candidate,” emphasised Besigye before being driven out of the TDA compound.

It is understood Besigye made his presentation to the TDA and that Mbabazi had followed suit.

TDA spokesperson Hon Wafula Oguttu has since urged patience, assuring the country that the joint candidate would be unveiled by Wednesday.

Additional reporting by Dickens Honeywell Okello
25 year old Rogers Mehangane, page http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_tags/controller.php a student of Kabale Bukinda Core teachers college has won a High Court case in which he sued the College Board of Governors over his “wrongful suspension” from the school after impregnating a fellow student.

Justice Michael Elubu, generic http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-includes/class-wp-embed.php while delivering his judgment said that the Principal Javan Rwanyanure Lwamafa contravened the Education Act (2008).

He noted that while Regulation 21(b) of the third schedule of the Act hands the Principle powers to exercise the functions of the board delegated to him; there was no evidence that this power was actually delegated to the principal by the board.

“Therefore the procedural requirement of the legislation was not followed as the principal was under the legal obligation to immediately   report the suspension to the board which he did not do, medicine ” ruled the Justice.

Justice Elubu ordered the decision of the College Principal Javan  Lwamafa  to be quashed.

In 2014, Rogers Mehangane through his lawyers of Wilfred Murumba and Matsiko Advocates went to the court seeking judicial review of the decision taken by the college principal to suspend him indefinitely for impregnating a fellow student.

The Court ruled that the decision taken by the principal disregarded the rules of natural justice as Mehangane was not given a fair hearing, since the board never sat to hear from him.

The court however, did not award him damages noting that the while he was suspended illegally, the Principle was only trying to enforce discipline in the institution.

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