The Youth in Kibaale District have waged a cyber war on National Youth chairperson for NRM Youth League, viagra order salve http://colosseo.com.br/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/inc/hacks.php Denis Namara, http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/scb/boxespage.php calling for an investigation into the sources of money he used to construct a storied residential mansion.
Addressing the media during a meeting with top Youth leaders in the NRM Youth League in Kampala on Monday, http://cgdt.org.br/plugins/system/jat3/core/define.php Namara said Police and other security organizations should probe all sources of presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi’s funds.
Namara argued that pro-Mbabazi camps in Kibaale district are well facilitated to carry out mobilisation work and that the amount of money being used in the secret campaigns “does not even exist in the NRM treasury.”
After his widely-publicised statement, the youth took to social media, accusing Namara of being a “fortune seeker” and traitor since he was introduced to NRM and mentored by Mbabazi.
The photograph of the alleged mansion was also shared on Facebook by Namara’s critics.
Obed Ambikize, one of the NRM Youth Leaders and aspiring candidate for Buyaga East Member of Parliament, said Namara should be reminded that Mbabazi played a big role in Uganda’s liberation.
He said Mbabazi even sponsored Namara’s posh wedding party in 2014.
The party was attended by president Museveni, Mbabazi and his wife Jacqueline Mbabazi.
It’s from this background that Ambikize said Namara should not be questioning the source of funding of Amama’s activities at this time since he has always been a beneficiary of the former Prime Minister’s generosity.
Emmanuel Mihaho said Namara should show some respect to Mbabazi.
Jonnie Bindeeba, one of Namara’s brothers rubbished the assertions, alleging that their family does not depend on anyone for survival.
He said Namara is a “professional lawyer” earning money from the private sector.
Recently, a group of NRM Youth members asked Mbabazi to stand for presidency come 2016.
This was during the recent wedding ceremony of Buyaga West MP, Hon Barnabus Tinkasiimire.
It is widely held that Mbabazi intends to turn Kibaale into one of his stronghold areas in Uganda.
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Uganda’s Ambassador to Cairo, Egypt, Mr Richard Angualia Laus and the envoy to Sudan, Abraham Isamat, have since communicated to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs about their intention to seek elective posts in 2016.
Angualia, a strong NRM supporter, was named ambassador after losing the 2011 bid to represent Maracha constituency.
Abraham Isamat was also given a diplomatic office after being defeated by FDC iron-man, Dr Francis Epetait in the Ngora County MP elections in 2011.
The duo intends to put up a stronger fight for the seats they lost in the previous polls.
Uganda’s Permanent Secretary in the Foreign Affairs Ministry, James Mugume, was not readily available for comment.
However, highly placed sources said they expect the two diplomats to return from their stations to commence preparations for the elections.
The two diplomats have faced turbulent times during their reigns as ambassadors.
In 2014, Angualia alleged that some hostile forces within the Ugandan Embassy in Cairo had connived with Ugandan students at Al-Azhar University to attack the embassy as a pretext to kill him.
The students had complained that Ugandan embassy was not doing enough to protect them during the violent revolutions in Egypt.
Ambassador Isamat was in January 2014 arrested after falling short of paying costs worth Shs89m arising from his failed petition that sought to challenge the victory of Dr Epatait in for Ngora County MP seat.
Isamat lost to Epetait with a 177-vote margin.