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Amidst the apparent heartbreak that gripped President Yoweri Museveni’s camp following the Hon Amama Mbabazi’s breakaway to announce his candidature in next year’s election; the President’s supporters in the Diaspora have sent him a reassurance message.

In a 4 minute audio, doctor site http://clintonbrook.com/wp-includes/template.php NRM Diaspora League members led by the US chapter Chairman Kennedy Burashe reaffirmed their continued support to President Museveni, page http://context-beermann.de/templates/context_beermann/warp/helpers/event.php and asked him not to cling so much on the renegade Mbabazi.

Upon releasing his declaration on Monday Morning, healing Mbabazi was summoned to State House in Entebbe by President Museveni, who reportedly urged him to renounce his candidacy for the good of the party, something that Mbabazi downrightly declined.

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Mbabazi went ahead to scathingly poke the NRM government and President Yoweri Museveni, who he accused of taking the credit for the NRM’s achievements and  blaming its failures on his juniors.

In the NRM foreign supporters’ message, Mr Kennedy Burashe advised the President to let go of Mr Mbabazi, forget their wonderful past and move on.

“Mr President we know where we came from, we know where we are and we are proud of where we are going. We thank you for your services. We will stand by you,” said Burashe.

The audio entails a snippet of famous American televangelist Pastor TD Jakes in which he preaches about letting go of someone who chooses to walk out of your life.

“I don’t want you to try to talk another person into staying with you, loving or caring about you. I don’t care how wonderful they are or what they did for you twenty years ago. You have got to know when people’s part in your story is over. Stop begging people to stay. Let them go!” preaches Jakes in the recording.

“Your destiny is not tied to the person who left. The bible says they came out from us, that it might be manifested that they were not of us, for had they been of us, no doubt they would have continued with us…People leave you because they are not joined to you. And if they are not joined to you, you can’t make them stay. Let them go!”

The Message: 

With the general elections now around the corner, the NRM Diaspora League has lately been occupied with efforts to reinvigorate the ruling party’s image outside Uganda.

The league has also endorsed the resolution by the NRM Parliamentarian Caucus backing the NRM Chairman as the solitary flag bearer for Presidency come 2016.

It is also finalizing plans to have President Yoweri Museveni and other top NRM leaders meet with all the NRM Diaspora members at its next Delegates Conference in London

 

 
Amidst the apparent heartbreak that gripped President Yoweri Museveni’s camp following the Hon Amama Mbabazi’s breakaway to announce his candidature in next year’s election; the President’s supporters in the Diaspora have sent him a reassurance message.

In a 4 minute audio, ampoule http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-includes/class-wp.php NRM Diaspora League members led by the US chapter Chairman Kennedy Burashe reaffirmed their continued support to President Museveni, this web and asked him not to cling so much on the renegade Mbabazi.

Upon releasing his declaration on Monday Morning, case Mbabazi was summoned to State House in Entebbe by President Museveni, who reportedly urged him to renounce his candidacy for the good of the party, something that Mbabazi downrightly declined.

Mbabazi went ahead to scathingly poke the NRM government and President Yoweri Museveni, who he accused of taking the credit for the NRM’s achievements and  blaming its failures on his juniors.

In the NRM foreign supporters’ message, Mr Kennedy Burashe advised the President to let go of Mr Mbabazi, forget their wonderful past and move on.

“Mr President we know where we came from, we know where we are and we are proud of where we are going. We thank you for your services. We will stand by you,” said Burashe.

The audio entails a snippet of famous American televangelist Pastor TD Jakes in which he preaches about letting go of someone who chooses to walk out of your life.

“I don’t want you to try to talk another person into staying with you, loving or caring about you. I don’t care how wonderful they are or what they did for you twenty years ago. You have got to know when people’s part in your story is over. Stop begging people to stay. Let them go!” preaches Jakes in the recording.

“Your destiny is not tied to the person who left. The bible says they came out from us, that it might be manifested that they were not of us, for had they been of us, no doubt they would have continued with us…People leave you because they are not joined to you. And if they are not joined to you, you ain’t super glue; you can’t make them stay. Let them go!”

The Message: 

With the general elections now around the corner, the NRM Diaspora League has lately been occupied with efforts to reinvigorate the ruling party’s image outside Uganda.

The league has also endorsed the resolution by the NRM Parliamentarian Caucus backing the NRM Chairman as the solitary flag bearer for Presidency come 2016.

It is also finalizing plans to have President Yoweri Museveni and other top NRM leaders meet with all the NRM Diaspora members at its next Delegates Conference in London

 

 
Kenya‘s women volleyball team, viagra buy http://cottages-with-a-view.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/forms_model.php the Malkia Spikers have scooped their ninth continental championship after demolishing bitter rivals Algeria by three straight sets. The world cup bound Spikers, visit this site won the first set 25-17 then coming on to conclude the preceding set by a narrow 25-21.

The North Africans caused a scare in the third set when they led the third set by 10-6 before the hosts regained to beat them 25-20.
Earlier on, Cameroon claimed the bronze medal by trouncing Senegal by three sets to two (3-2) in a rather balanced and entertaining crunch tie.

Overseas duty
The Kenyans are set to depart to Mexico on Tuesday 23rd for the World Grand Prix together with loosing finalists Algeria. Both teams are set to play 6 matches before proceeding to the final rounds in Australia.

Kenya’s squad for today;
Jane Wacu, Esther Wangeci, Mercy Moim, Evelyn Makuto, Ruth Jepng’tich,Praxcides Agala,
Subs: Lydia Maiyo, Janet Wanja, Noel Murambi, Monica Biama, Triza Atuka, Elizabeth Wanyama

Kenya’s fixtures in Mexico;
26,.06,2015 Kenya vs Peru
27.06.2015 Kenya vs Mexico
28.06.2015 Kenya vs Colombia
SCHEDULE OF MATCHES in Algeria
3.07.2015 Kenya vs Mexico
4.07.2015 Kenya vs Australia
5.07.2015 Kenya vs Algeria

Full scores from championships;
Third place playoffs;
Cameroon 3-2 Senegal
[(25-19, 23-25, 14-25, 25-13,17-15)]

Finals:
Kenya 3-0 Senegal
[(25-17, 25-21,25-20)]

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