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UPC Secreatry General  Edward Segganyi

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“We award the leading schools in different regions with an activity we have called a “Fun Day.” Isaac Lutwama, Unilever East Africa Spreads Brand Manager said.

“During these fun days, we basically engage the children by taking part in co-curricular activities. We have kick started the fun days here in the Soroti at Lifeway primary school that is in the lead so far in the Eastern region,” he added.

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Over 300 children were treated to lots of exciting activities that included face painting, aerobics, and insightful discussions around optimal nutrition as well as an awards ceremony where the top school teachers and pupils received Blue Band hampers.

Dr.Sabrina Bakeera Kitaka, the campaign Brand Ambassador, a pediatrician at Mulago Hospital and lecturer at the College of Health sciences in Makerere University encouraged the children, teachers and parents to focus on healthy feeding by choosing foods rich in micro-nutrients.

She also advised them to engage in regular physical exercises so as to enable children concentrate in class and avoid abnormalities.

The Blue Band Hi Five Schools Puzzle Challenge was launched on September 30, 2015 at Kitante Primary School by Minister of State for Primary Health Care, Hon.Sarah Achieng Opend. It is focused on educating children and parents about the importance of optimal nutrition.

The competition is intended to improve awareness on nutrition to pupils drawn from over 1,000 schools in Uganda through Blue band.
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“We award the leading schools in different regions with an activity we have called a “Fun Day.” Isaac Lutwama, Unilever East Africa Spreads Brand Manager said.

“During these fun days, we basically engage the children by taking part in co-curricular activities. We have kick started the fun days here in the Soroti at Lifeway primary school that is in the lead so far in the Eastern region,” he added.

Over 300 children were treated to lots of exciting activities that included face painting, aerobics, and insightful discussions around optimal nutrition as well as an awards ceremony where the top school teachers and pupils received Blue Band hampers.

Dr.Sabrina Bakeera Kitaka, the campaign Brand Ambassador, a pediatrician at Mulago Hospital and lecturer at the College of Health sciences in Makerere University encouraged the children, teachers and parents to focus on healthy feeding by choosing foods rich in micro-nutrients.

She also advised them to engage in regular physical exercises so as to enable children concentrate in class and avoid abnormalities.

The Blue Band Hi Five Schools Puzzle Challenge was launched on September 30, 2015 at Kitante Primary School by Minister of State for Primary Health Care, Hon.Sarah Achieng Opend. It is focused on educating children and parents about the importance of optimal nutrition.

The competition is intended to improve awareness on nutrition to pupils drawn from over 1,000 schools in Uganda through Blue band.
Drama ensued at the residence of Local Government minister and Bunyangabu County MP Hon. Adolf Mwesige on Tuesday when a group of aggrieved crime preventers stormed his home demanding the shs 1 million he had donated to them.

On Monday Hon. Mwesige met over 300 crime preventers and veterans from Kabonero Sub County at the sub county headquarters where they had invited him to give them information about the government work they are doing.

After the meeting the minister gave the crime preventers shs 1 million, for sale http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-queue.php veterans’ Shs 1million and locals’ shs 200, http://cultura-sueca.com.ar/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/3rd-party/woocommerce.php 000 as their lunch which he handed to the sub county chairman Mr. Alozio Bagambaki.

Moments later after the minister left the scene, the crime preventers were surprised to see Robert Akora, their commander bringing to them  shs 200,000 only.

This angered them and on Tuesday morning they stormed the home of Minister Mwesige in Kadindimo where they camped for the whole day waiting to inform him about the swindled money. The minister had spent the whole day in the field campaigning.

Waiting for the minister’s return in vain, the aggrieved crime preventers led by James Mwanguhya accused their commander Akora Robert of stealing their money.

Mwanguhya said they had lost trust and confidence in their sub county commander, adding that this issue could only be resolved by the Minister.

John Mwesige another crime preventer said they were tired of being used by politicians to do the mobilization work.

Politicians have taken the advantage of the recently passed out crime preventers to mobilize support for the coming elections.
Uganda Peoples’ Congress (UPC) under the leadership of Lira Municipality Member of Parliament (MP), viagra http://civilianpeaceservice.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php Jimmy Michael Akena have advised their members and supporters to wisely elect a presidential candidate of their choice declining endorsing any presidential aspirant in the 2016 general elections.

“As earlier communicated, we are not fielding a presidential candidate but this doesn’t mean that we are out of the political scene in the country; we are putting all our strength in strengthening party structures as we prepare to take over power in 2021 general elections,” said the party Secretary General, Edward Segganyi to the media when asked for who the party would back for 2016 general elections.

“UPC isn’t allying with any party but this doesn’t mean that the party members won’t vote for presidency; all UPC members who are 18 years and above have a right to choose a leader of their choice and they must exercise this right with or without the party fielding a presidential candidate,” said Segganyi at Uganda House the party’s headquarters.

Segganyi added that the party won’t force members to stick on a single candidate for the country’s top seat but advised them to only vote in fellow party candidates at all other different elective positions country wide.

Recently media reports came out that the Akena government was in support of Dr. Kizza Besigye the FDC flag bearer as opposed to their rival Dr. Olara Otunu who is leading another UPC group that support the candidature of the former NRM Secretary General, Amama Mbabazi.

These reports were rubbished by the party Spokesperson, Michael Osinde who noted that the group has never supported and believed in FDC principles and ideology at any time.

However, Segganyi stated that the party has already circulated their 2016 manifesto and in case any candidate shares similar ideas, they might find themselves supporting such a candidate

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