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Aliker said he would run on the FDC ticket.

“Friends, after a long observation and deep reflections, I have decided to join this race in bringing in new ideas as new Gulu Mayor, but most importantly competence in the office of the Mayor,” he said in a press statement sent to ChimpReports.

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“We envision Gulu to be a leading agribusiness hub of not only Uganda but nearby border countries like South Sudan and DR Congo.”

Aliker, who has played a key role in supporting the vulnerable, expressed hope that Gulu can restore quality leadership in its governance to inspire the post war youths and the lost generation born in Internally Displaced Camps(IDPs).

He said the youth who lack meaningful education and skills but have migrated to centres in the municipality need support to transform their lives.

“It’s this human resource that can spur our town as the nation’s leading commercial city and food basket,” he assured.

Aliker further said once elected, he would deal with the challenges that came with rapid growth in Gulu such as unemployment,  urban poverty, alcoholism, drug abuse,  increased prostitution and  street children.

“Gulu town needs a leadership that can understand and conceptualize its current urban development challenges. Our idea is to engage government and other international development partners to address these vices by lobbying for interventions for enterprise development,” he assured.

Aliker also vowed to tackle widespread corruption and fix gaps in the education and health systems in Gulu.
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Aliker said he would run on the FDC ticket.

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“We envision Gulu to be a leading agribusiness hub of not only Uganda but nearby border countries like South Sudan and DR Congo.”

Aliker, who has played a key role in supporting the vulnerable, expressed hope that Gulu can restore quality leadership in its governance to inspire the post war youths and the lost generation born in Internally Displaced Camps(IDPs).

He said the youth who lack meaningful education and skills but have migrated to centres in the municipality need support to transform their lives.

“It’s this human resource that can spur our town as the nation’s leading commercial city and food basket,” assured Aliker, who graduated with a Master of Arts in Peace and Justice Studies of University of San Diego, California, USA,

Aliker further said once elected, he would deal with the challenges that come with rapid growth in Gulu such as unemployment,  urban poverty, alcoholism, drug abuse,  increasing prostitution and  street children.

“Gulu town needs a leadership that can understand and conceptualize its current urban development challenges. Our idea is to engage government and other international development partners to address these vices by lobbying for interventions for enterprise development,” he assured.

Aliker also vowed to tackle widespread corruption and fix gaps in the education and health systems in Gulu.

The youthful activist won a full scholarship with Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies in U.S. where excelled and expects to create linkages with San.

He was a student intern at the Institute of Peace and Justice (University of San Diego in 2010 where he researched about peace and conflict concerns in Kenya and developed monitoring and evaluation system to deal with conflict.

Aliker further served as the Education Officer, Invisible Children Uganda in Gulu.

Earlier, having a acquired a degree in Education from Makerere University, Aliker taught at St. Lawrence Citizens’ High School in Kampala where he was the head of Economics Department.
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Aliker said he would run on the FDC ticket.

“Friends, after a long observation and deep reflections, I have decided to join this race in bringing in new ideas as new Gulu Mayor, but most importantly competence in the office of the Mayor,” he said in a press statement sent to ChimpReports.

“We envision Gulu to be a leading agribusiness hub of not only Uganda but nearby border countries like South Sudan and DR Congo.”

Aliker, who has played a key role in supporting the vulnerable in Gulu, expressed hope that the town can restore quality leadership in its governance to inspire the post-war youths and the lost generation born in Internally Displaced Camps (IDPs).

He said the youth who lack meaningful education and skills but have migrated to centres in the municipality need support to transform their lives.

“It’s this human resource that can spur our town as the nation’s leading commercial city and food basket,” he assured.

Aliker further said once elected, he would deal with the challenges that came with rapid growth in Gulu such as unemployment,  urban poverty, alcoholism, drug abuse,  increased prostitution and  street children.

“Gulu town needs a leadership that can understand and conceptualize its current urban development challenges. Our idea is to engage government and other international development partners to address these vices by lobbying for interventions for enterprise development,” he assured.

Aliker also vowed to tackle widespread corruption and fix gaps in the education and health systems in Gulu.
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Aliker said he would run on the FDC ticket.

“Friends, store after a long observation and deep reflections, I have decided to join this race in bringing in new ideas as new Gulu Mayor, but most importantly competence in the office of the Mayor,” he said in a press statement sent to ChimpReports.

“We envision Gulu to be a leading agribusiness hub of not only Uganda but nearby border countries like South Sudan and DR Congo.”

Aliker, who has played a key role in supporting the vulnerable, expressed hope that Gulu can restore quality leadership in its governance to inspire the post war youths and the lost generation born in Internally Displaced Camps(IDPs).

He said the youth who lack meaningful education and skills but have migrated to centres in the municipality need support to transform their lives.

“It’s this human resource that can spur our town as the nation’s leading commercial city and food basket,” assured Aliker, who graduated with a Master of Arts in Peace and Justice Studies of University of San Diego, California, USA,

Aliker further said once elected, he would deal with the challenges that come with rapid growth in Gulu such as unemployment,  urban poverty, alcoholism, drug abuse,  increasing prostitution and  street children.

“Gulu town needs a leadership that can understand and conceptualize its current urban development challenges. Our idea is to engage government and other international development partners to address these vices by lobbying for interventions for enterprise development,” he assured.

Aliker also vowed to tackle widespread corruption and fix gaps in the education and health systems in Gulu.

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The youthful activist won a full scholarship with Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies in U.S. where excelled.

He was a student intern at the Institute of Peace and Justice at the University of San Diego in 2010 where he researched about peace and conflict concerns in Kenya and developed monitoring and evaluation systems.

Aliker further served as the Education Officer, Invisible Children Uganda in Gulu.

Earlier, having a acquired a degree in Education from Makerere University, Aliker taught at St. Lawrence Citizens’ High School in Kampala where he was the head of Economics Department.
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The ongoing works include, opening access roads and giving the grounds a face lift.k1

The Independence day main celebrations will be at Kaunda grounds under the theme, “Striving towards a prosperous people and country; The true meaning of independence.”

According to Officials from Uganda Media Center, President Museveni will be the main Celebrant.

Special Guests from abroad are also expected to grace the occasion.

ChimpReports has learnt that hundreds of Bulls will be slaughtered for the celebrations.

The president who invited Ugandans to come and celebrate 53 years of Independence, has directed that all who will attend, will eat to their satisfaction.

Fifty guard groups of Uganda People Defence Force (UPDF), Police,and Prisons are set to participate at the ceremony.

“They will be beginning rehearsals on Oct 4, 2015,” a media Center official revealed.

Kaunda grounds have hosted most of the major functions in Gulu District including the Pope’s Visit in the region in 1993.
Pay Tv company Startimes has on Tuesday morning signed a multi-million deal with the Tanzania Football Federation(TFF) to sponsor the country’s second tier league, visit this http://debbiehowes.com/wp-includes/registration-functions.php the first division league.

The three year contract is worth Tshs.900M (approx Ushs.1.5 bn) and will see the league rebranded to Startimes First division league.

“The league will henceforth be known as Star Times First Division League and will comprise 24 teams from 16 provinces of mainland where each club will receive Tshs.15 million ( Ushs.25M), sick http://curiousmediums.com/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/recaptchalib.php ” TFF president Jamal Malinzi said (translated).

The agreement was signed by Star Times CEO, Lanfang Liao and TFF president Jamal Malinzi in a hotel in Dar Es Salaam. The top three teams in the league are promoted into the Vodacom Premier League.

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