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Ugandan Firm Wins World Quality Committment Award

President and CEO-BID Group, Jose E. Prieto hands over the World Quality Commitment Award to ABS Group Directors Moses Sebugwawo(left) and Amos Bagumire (right) at the 2014 International Quality Awards event in Paris recently.

Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has Thursday departed to Ethiopia, pilule http://clothesthatwork.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/deprecated/tribe__events__settings.php where he will join regional leaders for the 28th Extra-Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of Inter-Governmental Authority on Development.

The IGAD meeting comes against the backdrop of heavy clashes between rebels and South Sudan government forces especially in Unity State, view http://completehealthacupuncture.com/wp-content/plugins/google-analyticator/google-api-php-client/src/contrib/google_resellerservice.php leaving a trail of blood and destruction.

President Salva Kiir last week pulled his negotiating team from Addis Ababa where it has been holding talks with the rebels as a response to the insurgents’ fresh offensive.

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It is thought this time around, click http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php leaders will take a robust action against the rebels.

African Union, sources say, could impose sanctions on rebel leader Dr Riek Machar over the escalation in the fighting in South Sudan.

The IGAD summit is expected to sit this weekend to brainstorm on easing the crisis in South Sudan.

Regional leaders will also push for the immediate resumption of the peace talks between Dr Riek Machar’s rebels and the government of President Salva Kiir.

The Summit was supposed to sit on Monday last week week was adjourned to allow the presence of President Museveni who had travelled to Rome on a four-day working visit.

President Museveni is expected join his counterparts at the National Palace to find a final solution to the bloody 10-month internal war that has killed thousands and displaced millions.

The talks were suspended on October 5 to allow for more consultations.

The first breakthrough in the peace talks happened on May 9 when the two key principals, Kiir and Machar met for the first time since December 2013 and agreed to end the fighting and find a political solution to the conflict.

Hon Oryem Okello, Uganda’s State Minister of Foreign Affairs in charge of International Affairs, recently said African Union may consider putting sanctions on South Sudan rebel leader, Riek Machar if he does not cooperate in the peace process mediated by IGAD.

The Minister said the Heads of State have suggested a “broad based government as measure to bring peace in South Sudan.”

He said, in the deal, “Riek Machar has been asked to nominate a Prime Minister. While President Salva Kiir agrees with the deal, Riek Machar is demanding for the position of Executive Prime Minister.”

Okello further revealed that “Heads of State had resolved to take tough measures against Riek Machar but with intervention of John Kerry a follow-up summit was suggested and is to take place early November to have the two sides agree on the deal.”

Okello said he was optimistic that the deal would be signed basing on the information from his counterpart in South Sudan that informal talks are going on well.

SPLA spokesperson, Col Phillip Aguer, said over 7,000 rebels intended to capture Bentiu two weeks ago but that they were defeated.

The rebel spokesperson, Brig Lul Koang denied the attacks, saying they were defending their positions against government’s “aggressive behaviour.”
It was a sorrowful moment as mourners gathered yesterday at the home of former Permanent Secretary and State House Controller, web http://communityseven.com/ext/sitesplat/bbcore/event/admin_listener.php Thecla Nalunkuuma Kinalwa, sildenafil http://cheapcouriercomparison.com.au/wp-content/plugins/google-analyticator/google-analytics-stats-widget.php 69, http://cosmoveda.de/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/emails/admin-failed-order.php at a ceremony where she was laid to rest in Najjera, Wakiso.

The Minister of Trade and Cooperatives, Amelia Kyambadde described Kinalwa as a woman of substance who encouraged hard work and responsibility.

“I feel cheated by Kinalwa’s untimely death, because as a friend and a work mate in the 1970s and 80s, Kinalwa offered to cover me up when I was being hunted by the then President Milton Obote’s men,” Kyambadde lamented.

“After Yoweri Museveni went to the bush, all that were working in his office including myself were arrested but Kinalwa hid me for a couple of months and later advised me to fly out of the country for the sake of my safety.”

Henry Kiberu, the head teacher, Forest Hill College which was started by the late Kinalwa told mourners that the late was so principled and always wished everyone to work perfectly beyond the set targets.

“She’s a person who would give detailed instructions and whoever would best deal with her, had to first understand and accept that,” Kiberu added.

“Kinalwa was so principled that she had even called for an invoice from Uganda Funeral Services so as to pay for her own burial expenses but this didn’t come to pass because she died before she could cash the invoice,” another mourner was heard commenting.

A medical examination showed that Kinalwa had accumulated excessive steroids in the shoulders, face and the skin which the expert explained as a result of foreign steroids in the body.

Born in 1945 at Bbongole Mitala Maria in Mpigi district to Petero Basazemajja and Veronica Namakula, Kinalwa went to Mitala Maria Primary School before joining Trinity College Nabbingo in 1960-63 and later St. Mary’s College, Namagunga for her O and A levels.

Kinalwa graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and History in 1969 from University of East Africa, Nairobi before working as Permanent Secretary for Local Government and Gender and Community Development Ministries from 1993-1997.

She also worked as State House Controller, Secretary in the Office of the President and a board member in the Human Rights Commission.

Kinalwa is survived by 4 children namely; Henry Kawuma, Lillian Nankya, Michael Busuulwa and Myra Nalule.
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Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has Thursday departed to Ethiopia, nurse http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-includes/post.php where he will join regional leaders for the 28th Extra-Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of Inter-Governmental Authority on Development.

The IGAD meeting comes against the backdrop of heavy clashes between rebels and South Sudan government forces especially in Unity State, leaving a trail of blood and destruction.

President Salva Kiir last week pulled his negotiating team from Addis Ababa where it has been holding talks with the rebels as a response to the insurgents’ fresh offensive.

It is thought this time around, leaders will take a robust action against the rebels.

African Union, sources say, could impose sanctions on rebel leader Dr Riek Machar over the escalation in the fighting in South Sudan.

The IGAD summit is expected to sit this weekend to brainstorm on easing the crisis in South Sudan.

Regional leaders will also push for the immediate resumption of the peace talks between Dr Riek Machar’s rebels and the government of President Salva Kiir.

The Summit was supposed to sit on Monday last week week was adjourned to allow the presence of President Museveni who had travelled to Rome on a four-day working visit.

President Museveni is expected join his counterparts at the National Palace to find a final solution to the bloody 10-month internal war that has killed thousands and displaced millions.

The talks were suspended on October 5 to allow for more consultations.

The first breakthrough in the peace talks happened on May 9 when the two key principals, Kiir and Machar met for the first time since December 2013 and agreed to end the fighting and find a political solution to the conflict.

Hon Oryem Okello, Uganda’s State Minister of Foreign Affairs in charge of International Affairs, recently said African Union may consider putting sanctions on South Sudan rebel leader, Riek Machar if he does not cooperate in the peace process mediated by IGAD.

The Minister said the Heads of State have suggested a “broad based government as measure to bring peace in South Sudan.”

He said, in the deal, “Riek Machar has been asked to nominate a Prime Minister. While President Salva Kiir agrees with the deal, Riek Machar is demanding for the position of Executive Prime Minister.”

Okello further revealed that “Heads of State had resolved to take tough measures against Riek Machar but with intervention of John Kerry a follow-up summit was suggested and is to take place early November to have the two sides agree on the deal.”

Okello said he was optimistic that the deal would be signed basing on the information from his counterpart in South Sudan that informal talks are going on well.

SPLA spokesperson, Col Phillip Aguer, said over 7,000 rebels intended to capture Bentiu two weeks ago but that they were defeated.

The rebel spokesperson, Brig Lul Koang denied the attacks, saying they were defending their positions against government’s “aggressive behaviour.”
2:27pm: Uganda State House issues a press statement on the IGAD meeting in Ethiopia:

President Museveni is in Addis Ababa, case http://crewftlbr.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/customizer/day_list_view.php the capital of Ethiopia, http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-shipping.php where is expected to join other regional leaders for the 28th Summit of Heads of State and Government Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) with the crisis in South Sudan top on the agenda.

The President was received on arrival at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport this afternoon by Senior Ethiopian Government officials.

Others at the airport to receive him included State Minister for International Affairs, http://cehurd.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-upload-media-endpoint.php Mr. Henry Okello Oryem and Uganda’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Mr. Mull Katende.

According to reports, President Salva Kiir of South Sudan and his former Deputy, Riek Machar, are expected to meet on the sidelines of the Summit to discuss their country’s 10-month civil conflict.

The two are expected to address the question of what powers the proposed Prime Minister would have in the South Sudanese transitional government.

President Museveni was earlier seen off at Entebbe International Airport this morning by the Commander of Air Forces, General Sam Turyagyenda, the Inspector General of Police General Kale Kayihura and the Commissioner General of Prisons, Dr. Johnson Byabashaija.

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12:00pm: Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has Thursday departed to Ethiopia, where he will join regional leaders for the 28th Extra-Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of Inter-Governmental Authority on Development.

The IGAD meeting comes against the backdrop of heavy clashes between rebels and South Sudan government forces especially in Unity State, leaving a trail of blood and destruction.

President Salva Kiir last week pulled his negotiating team from Addis Ababa where it has been holding talks with the rebels as a response to the insurgents’ fresh offensive.

It is thought this time around, leaders will take a robust action against the rebels.

African Union, sources say, could impose sanctions on rebel leader Dr Riek Machar over the escalation in the fighting in South Sudan.

The IGAD summit is expected to sit this weekend to brainstorm on easing the crisis in South Sudan.

Regional leaders will also push for the immediate resumption of the peace talks between Dr Riek Machar’s rebels and the government of President Salva Kiir.

The Summit was supposed to sit on Monday last week week was adjourned to allow the presence of President Museveni who had travelled to Rome on a four-day working visit.

President Museveni is expected join his counterparts at the National Palace to find a final solution to the bloody 10-month internal war that has killed thousands and displaced millions.

The talks were suspended on October 5 to allow for more consultations.

The first breakthrough in the peace talks happened on May 9 when the two key principals, Kiir and Machar met for the first time since December 2013 and agreed to end the fighting and find a political solution to the conflict.

Hon Oryem Okello, Uganda’s State Minister of Foreign Affairs in charge of International Affairs, recently said African Union may consider putting sanctions on South Sudan rebel leader, Riek Machar if he does not cooperate in the peace process mediated by IGAD.

The Minister said the Heads of State have suggested a “broad based government as measure to bring peace in South Sudan.”

He said, in the deal, “Riek Machar has been asked to nominate a Prime Minister. While President Salva Kiir agrees with the deal, Riek Machar is demanding for the position of Executive Prime Minister.”

Okello further revealed that “Heads of State had resolved to take tough measures against Riek Machar but with intervention of John Kerry a follow-up summit was suggested and is to take place early November to have the two sides agree on the deal.”

Okello said he was optimistic that the deal would be signed basing on the information from his counterpart in South Sudan that informal talks are going on well.

SPLA spokesperson, Col Phillip Aguer, said over 7,000 rebels intended to capture Bentiu two weeks ago but that they were defeated.

The rebel spokesperson, Brig Lul Koang denied the attacks, saying they were defending their positions against government’s “aggressive behaviour.”
ABS Consulting Group has received the World Quality Commitment Award in the Gold Category level at the 2014 International Quality Awards event presided over by Jose E. Prieto, pill http://chienyenthinh.com/plugins/system/jatypo/jatypo/tmpl/default.php President and CEO, http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/checkbox.php BID Group.

The firm’s Directors Amos Bagumire and Moses Ssebugwawo were present in the Hyatt Regency, Paris Etoile Palais des Congrès Convention Hall recently to receive the accolade.

The Ugandan management consulting firm offers risk, financial, human resource and other business advisory solutions to a diverse clientele throughout Uganda and the entire East African region, assisting its clients to improve, streamline and upgrade their business operations.

Three years since its inception, this award endorses the firm’s value for making quality a core focus for continuous improvement of management to maintain leadership in its sector and community.

“This is a golden milestone that gives gratification for hard work and total commitment. We have walked a three year business journey which has registered several successes but also challenges which have propelled us to the level we are at today. Knowing that we were the only Ugandan firm that was recognized, we are humbled and also driven even further to make a greater impact in the business service industry,” commented Amos Bagumire, the firm’s Managing Director.

Moses Ssebugwawo, the Director of Operations, added, “I couldn’t agree better with my colleague Amos, the award has made us proud, given us more reason to continue serving our clients diligently, but also challenged us to retain the benchmark that has been set”

The purpose of the 2014 World Quality Commitment Award was to recognize the commitment to quality of those awarded in the top areas of business, services and industry.

The awardees are recognized successful organizations in creating a firm ground for the implementation of integral quality processes through technology and procedures of the model of total quality management.

“The award recipients are icons of commitment to leadership, technology and innovation, making them models for others in their sector” Jose E. Prieto applauded.

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