Election 2016

Tanga Odoi Rejects NRM Salary, Blasts Lumumba

NRM Electoral Commission Chairman at the party headquarters on Wednesday

The Rwanda’s Capital Market Authority (CMA) has urged thousands of youths from across Rwanda to secure early their financial future by saving and investing in the nation’s capital market.

The call was made by the Deputy Executive Director of CMA, capsule http://couponadventures.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/mail.php Eric Bundugu while addressing 3, capsule http://citrusresearch.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/admin.php 000 young  people at the fourth annual National YouthConnekt Convention closed on 22 December at Petit Stade.

According to Bundugu, advice http://chios.ro/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/admin/migration.php beside understanding capital market products, the youth were ought to be educated on the need to plan for their financial future ahead of time. The capital market is accessed not only by institutional investors, individual investors can as well participate in the market.

He said, “We are committed to building a financially literate generation and will continue to commit resources to implement a variety of programmes that will enable young people instill the required skills and knowledge that will help them navigate the future through effective savings and investments.”

James Mutabazi, 18 from Rubavu District said that “I’ve always heard that the stock exchange is relevant to the economy of our country. Being here today is an opportunity for me to get information that will allow me to participate in the market”

One of the statutory objectives of the Capital Market Authority, CMA is to promote and develop the capital markets industry in Rwanda. Investor education is one of the ways of attaining this goal.

CMA initiated a national public education programme to facilitate an interactive and educational forum to enable the general public (local and diaspora) understand the benefits of savings and investing through the capital market.
National Resistance Movement (NRM) Electoral Commission Chairperson, page http://clockdodgers.com/wp-admin/includes/admin.php Dr. Tanga Odoi has attacked his party’s Secretariat for failure to pay his staff their salary for up to four months following misunderstandings between the two party offices.

While addressing the EC staff at the headquarters in Kyadondo during the end of year party, drugs http://daa.asn.au/wp-includes/class-wp-ajax-response.php Tanga vowed not to accept the salary that was offered to him on Tuesday, medicine before his other 14 staff members are paid all their arrears.

The emotional Tanga stated that he could not by any means pick his salary without the people that he has toiled with for the good of the party being paid.

He has previously referred to his staff members as the “Team No Sleep” owing to the hectic work they do for the party.

“I was yesterday called to pick my salary at the secretariat but I will not take it. I will not touch a single bit of it before my team of 14 members who were tormented by GISOs are paid,” Tanga vowed.

“If it means being sacked, it’s fine. The secretariat cannot punish my workers to the extent of holding their salary, just because they hate Tanga.”

“I cannot kneel down to another person with whom we were recruited at the same time, I only kneel down to God on Sunday and to President Museveni who has brought me here,” he retorted.

Odoi has in the past not been at the best of terms with the NRM Secretary General Justine Kasule Lumumba.

Odoi accuses the SG of usurping his powers and making appointments on his behalf. In September, he accused her of illegally issuing appointment letters to some 200 registrars.

The appointments, Odoi said, were illegal and he advised the registrars to return the letters to Lumumba. He went ahead and appointed another set of district and sub-county registrars, who he said would oversee the party’s internal elections.

At today’s function Tanga assured the party’s Secretary General Mrs Lumumba, that he won’t bend low because of payment but continue to fight for justice to prevail in the party.

 

 

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