Election 2016

UPC’s President Akena Nominated for MP Lira Municipality

The East African Legislative Assembly marked EAC Day, patient http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-content/plugins/revslider/inc_php/elements_base.class.php November 30, 2015, by visiting and holding talks with different Private Sector stakeholders in Kigali.

The Legislators visited Positivo BGH, an electronics manufacturing company which uses Information Communications Technology (ICTs) to transform education.

The Latin-American company which has set up base in Kigali, Rwanda, envisages regional expansion in the near future.

According to the Managing Director, Positivo BGH wants to make technology accessible to transform people’s lives from education, knowledge, development and communication up to comfort at home.

The Kigali based plant which is situated in the Special Economic Zone was set up in June 2014 but commenced manufacturing a year later with a roll-out of 150,000 units.

The firm is set to broaden its base through diversified product portfolio and contract manufacturing.  It intends to serve the local Rwandan market and in due course expand to other African countries.

The Assembly later visited the Strawtech Building Solutions that produces robust strawboard panels from wheat straw, as primary building materials from for mass housing and commercial construction projects.

The company has created a local value chain from raw material supply to turnkey housing units leading to a number of economic benefits including income generation and a positive impact of trade, a move EALA Speaker, Rt Hon Daniel Kidega and the Members lauded.

Job creation has also been enhanced with over 5000 farmers supplying straw and other workers providing transport in addition to the specialized architects, engineers and specialized construction jobs.

Chief Operating Officer, Til Loeper said the company had identified Rwanda as the ideal entry point into the African market due to sound leadership and effective economic reforms that have resulted in positive investment environment.

“Rwanda is keen on implementing the Green growth and Climate Resilience Strategy as well as Government’s commitment to meeting future housing and construction demands,” Loeper said.

The company has constructed 2000 pre-fabricated, modular housing units per annum.
Lance Corporal Norman Sembatya, viagra order http://debiontheweb.com/wp-content/plugins/podpress/getid3/write.apetag.php a UPDF officer who claims to have been part of the team that planned the assault on Kabamba Barracks in 2014, buy information pills http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-includes/simplepie/iri.php has pinned the 14 people accused of the same case now on trial in the general court martial.

Sembatya in his evidence told court that the accused persons held a number of meetings in Nairobi and comprehensively planned to overthrow the ruling NRM government.

“One of the accused, what is ed http://cfsk.org/wp-includes/admin-bar.php known as Hajjati Mumbejja, upon return from Nairobi told us that we needed to go to a shrine to perform some rituals, like President Yoweri Museveni did during the liberation struggle,” the prosecution witness informed court.

“We thus went to Mutundwe hill near Nateete where we took plenty of items that included meat, coffee and spears which were brought by one of the accused Nduga.”

From the Mutundwe hill Sembatya said that they went to Mubende at a place called Nakayima where they performed more rituals and there after they went to another hill in Gayaza.

“From Gayaza we went to Matugga at a place called Paradise where we held a meeting on how we were going to overthrow the regime. In attendance was Ndugga Musaazi alias Nama, Sekajja, Hajjati Mumbejja, Innocent – an elderly retired Captain and others.”

As the plans unfolded Sekajja noted, they started plotting for how to acquire fire arms. Prepared with sufficient cash, he said, the plan was to purchase the riffles, grab several more from private security guards and also attack Karama and Kabamba barracks armory. If successful, these missions would provide them with sufficient firepower.

Meanwhile, the witness says, he was already in touch with people at Special Forces Command whom he alerted about the group’s riffle purchase deal.

“Moses, a friend of mine from the SFC sent a driver from Kampala to Maga Maga with an SMG riffle. I had also informed the group that I knew somebody selling a gun in Jinja. We traveled from Arua to the Source of the Nile Hotel in Jinja and met the driver who handed us the riffle,” he said.

Before the mission kicked off, Sembatya revealed, they had acquired a number of items that were to be used which included sharp knives, communication tools, medicine, water and biscuits.

Days later he says, he together with one Innocent stealthy visited the Karama armory, counted the number of guards and cut a deal with one of the guard.

“We wanted that armory because it had sophisticated weapons that would help us throughout the whole mission. The coordinator for this whole mission was Sekajja who was connecting us to the overall boss Arthur Majimbi who is in California USA. We interacted with him via Skype” Sembatya said.

On the advice of Intelligence Chief Brig Gen Charles Bakahamura, the witness said he rerecorded most of the meetings that the group had.

Sembatya when asked by the state prosecutor Maj. Moses Buwaaso on how he smuggled in the recorder to the meeting he informed court that he couldn’t openly divulge this for security reasons but added that the data was transferred onto a laptop and burnt onto a CD.

The Prosecution team, to supplement on Sembatya’s testimony submitted in court an audio CD marked CRBSB3214 with a two and half hours recording of the said meetings.

Court Martial Chairman Maj General Levi Karuhanga has adjourned the hearing of this case to 5th December 2016.

The accused are Lt.Phillip Frank Eguma, Pte Kenneth Ssekajja, Capt Halman Ba, Lt. Ronald Mwavu, Sgt. Nduga Musaazi, Nasim Namuzimuule (female), Marvin Ssemwogerere Kato, John Lumala Salongo, Patrick Kibuuka, Solomon Matovu, Peter Kibirige, Herbert Biyimbwa, Ali Mukiibi and Francis Kiwanuka and others still at large.
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The Legislators visited Positivo BGH, an electronics manufacturing company which uses Information Communications Technology (ICTs) to transform education.

The Latin-American company which has set up base in Kigali, Rwanda, envisages regional expansion in the near future.

According to the Managing Director, Positivo BGH wants to make technology accessible to transform people’s lives from education, knowledge, development and communication up to comfort at home.

The Kigali based plant which is situated in the Special Economic Zone was set up in June 2014 but commenced manufacturing a year later with a roll-out of 150,000 units.

The firm is set to broaden its base through diversified product portfolio and contract manufacturing.  It intends to serve the local Rwandan market and in due course expand to other African countries.

The Assembly later visited the Strawtech Building Solutions that produces robust strawboard panels from wheat straw, as primary building materials from for mass housing and commercial construction projects.

The company has created a local value chain from raw material supply to turnkey housing units leading to a number of economic benefits including income generation and a positive impact of trade, a move EALA Speaker, Rt Hon Daniel Kidega and the Members lauded.

Job creation has also been enhanced with over 5000 farmers supplying straw and other workers providing transport in addition to the specialized architects, engineers and specialized construction jobs.

Chief Operating Officer, Til Loeper said the company had identified Rwanda as the ideal entry point into the African market due to sound leadership and effective economic reforms that have resulted in positive investment environment.

“Rwanda is keen on implementing the Green growth and Climate Resilience Strategy as well as Government’s commitment to meeting future housing and construction demands,” Loeper said.

The company has constructed 2000 pre-fabricated, modular housing units per annum.
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The Legislators visited Positivo BGH, an electronics manufacturing company which uses Information Communications Technology (ICTs) to transform education.

The Latin-American company which has set up base in Kigali, Rwanda, envisages regional expansion in the near future.

According to the Managing Director, Positivo BGH wants to make technology accessible to transform people’s lives from education, knowledge, development and communication up to comfort at home.

The Kigali based plant which is situated in the Special Economic Zone was set up in June 2014 but commenced manufacturing a year later with a roll-out of 150,000 units.

The firm is set to broaden its base through diversified product portfolio and contract manufacturing.  It intends to serve the local Rwandan market and in due course expand to other African countries.

The Assembly later visited the Strawtech Building Solutions that produces robust strawboard panels from wheat straw, as primary building materials from for mass housing and commercial construction projects.

The company has created a local value chain from raw material supply to turnkey housing units leading to a number of economic benefits including income generation and a positive impact of trade, a move EALA Speaker, Rt Hon Daniel Kidega and the Members lauded.

Job creation has also been enhanced with over 5000 farmers supplying straw and other workers providing transport in addition to the specialized architects, engineers and specialized construction jobs.

Chief Operating Officer, Til Loeper said the company had identified Rwanda as the ideal entry point into the African market due to sound leadership and effective economic reforms that have resulted in positive investment environment.

“Rwanda is keen on implementing the Green growth and Climate Resilience Strategy as well as Government’s commitment to meeting future housing and construction demands,” Loeper said.

The company has constructed 2000 pre-fabricated, modular housing units per annum.
The Uganda People’s Congress party president Jimmy Akena has been nominated for Member of Parliament Lira municipality.

Akena who has represented the area in Parliament for two terms since 2006 was nominated on Wednesday at the office of the Electoral Commission’s district Returning Officer in Lira town. He was flanked by family members and the party officials.

Akena in October told ChimpReports in an interview that his party was not going to front a candidate for the 2016 presidential elections. This he said was aimed at revamping party structures from the grassroots and hoped by the 2021 they would be stronger and more prepared.

Meanwhile the Lira Woman Member of Parliament, mind http://changescale.org/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php Joy Ongom was also nominated on Wednesday on independent ticket.

Other parliamentary candidates nominated in Lira district are Linda Auma the National Resistance Movement flag bearer for Lira district Woman and Jonathan Odur.

Odur who is the Executive Director of a local Non Governmental Organization called FAPAD is the UPC candidate for Erute South is battling State minister for Housing, Sam Engola.

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