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Wafula: We’ll Take Long to Announce TDA Joint Candidate

Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Hon Wafula Oguttu

FDC’s 2016 flag-bearer Dr Kizza Besigye and Amama Mbabazi have stepped out of The Democratic Alliance meeting being held at the opposition-leaning coalition’s headquarters in Naguru, find case http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_data/interface.gallerystorage_driver.php Kampala.

They are yet to address the press on why they have vacated the conference hall.

Mbabazi told journalists to exercise patience: “Please be patient and wait for the the outcome of the Summit.”

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However, thumb reports indicate that TDA members are set to vote for whom they think should carry the alliance’s flag in the 2016 presidential elections.

This was after the potential presidential candidates, viagra dosage Hon Amama Mbabazi, Besigye, Norbert Mao and Gilbert Bukenya fell short of agreeing on the joint candidate.

The TDA protocol provides for consensus as the method of selecting the flag-bearer.

“It seems Mbabazi and Besigye have been asked to leave the meeting to allow TDA vote for its flag-bearer,” reports Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe from Naguru.

If the TDA joint candidate is unveiled today, the move will mark an end of a series of meetings that have threatened to dismember the alliance.

Mbabazi campaigns

In a related development, Amama Mbabazi proposed campaign programme has leaked.

It shows that the presidential hopeful has set October 5 as his nomination day.

On Sunday, Oct. 11, Mbabazi will launch his manifesto in Kampala.

Mbabazi’s campaign spokesperson Josephine Nkangi was not readily available to confirm the authenticity of the leaked campaign programme.

Mbabazi, according to the alleged programme, will launch his campaigns in Busia before travelling to Tororo then Butaleja and Kibuku.
FDC’s 2016 flag-bearer Dr Kizza Besigye and Amama Mbabazi have stepped out of The Democratic Alliance meeting being held at the opposition-leaning coalition’s headquarters in Naguru, treat http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-content/plugins/cforms/cforms.php Kampala.

They are yet to address the press on why they have vacated the conference hall.

Mbabazi told journalists to exercise patience: “Please be patient and wait for the the outcome of the Summit.”

However, reports indicate that TDA members are set to vote for whom they think should carry the alliance’s flag in the 2016 presidential elections.

This was after the potential presidential candidates, Hon Amama Mbabazi, Besigye, Norbert Mao and Gilbert Bukenya fell short of agreeing on the joint candidate.

The TDA protocol provides for consensus as the method of selecting the flag-bearer.

“It seems Mbabazi and Besigye have been asked to leave the meeting to allow TDA vote for its flag-bearer,” reports Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe from Naguru.

If the TDA joint candidate is unveiled today, the move will mark an end of a series of meetings that have threatened to dismember the alliance.

Mbabazi campaigns

In a related development, Amama Mbabazi proposed campaign programme has leaked.

It shows that the presidential hopeful has set October 5 as his nomination day.

On Sunday, Oct. 11, Mbabazi will launch his manifesto in Kampala.

Mbabazi’s campaign spokesperson Josephine Nkangi was not readily available to confirm the authenticity of the leaked campaign programme.

Mbabazi, according to the alleged programme, will launch his campaigns in Busia before travelling to Tororo then Butaleja and Kibuku.
President Museveni is in Italy to attend the Milan Expo but will use the trip to rally for more support for Pope Francis’ visit to Uganda in November.

A top source in government told ChimpReports on Monday that presidential aspirant Amama Mbabazi’s allies wrote to Rome through the Pope’s representative to Uganda, pilule http://crunchydomesticgoddess.com/wp-includes/taxonomy.php Michael August Blume, viagra http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php urging the head of the Catholic Church to postpone his trip to next year.

“The authors of the letter cited gross abuse of human rights and suppression of political dissent ahead of the 2016 elections,” said the source who asked not to be named given the sensitivity of the matter.

This website understands the information was relayed to President Museveni by his close associates of his friend – Enrica M. Pinetti, the chairman of Finasi Company.

Finasi, founded in the early 1970s is an Importer/Exporter and primary goods Trader in the Middle East and Africa.

The organisation has deep contacts in the Vatican and works closely with President Museveni’s office to attract foreign investors.

Mbabazi’s campaign spokesperson Josephine Nkangi was not readily available on her known mobile phone for comment.

It should be remembered that Mbabazi played a pivotal role in preparations of inviting Pope Francis to Uganda.

Museveni being welcomed in Milan

Museveni being welcomed in Milan

That was during his reign as Prime Minister.

Mbabazi took much of the credit during the first fundraising functions in Kampala as his pictures were flashed on front pages of mainstream newspapers.

Insiders say Museveni was worried of Mbabazi using the event for political capital, considering that Pope Francis’ trip will pull millions of people.

Asked why Mbabazi’s associates would risk antagonising the catholic community by sabotaging Pope Francis’ visit, the source responded: “We were all baffled. It could be political because Museveni would be denied the credit for bringing the Pope.”

The source further said the Apostolic Nuncio was “vehemently opposed” to efforts to discourage the Pope from travelling to Uganda.

“The Nuncio forwarded the letter to Vatican but recommended that it’s ignored,” the impeccable source added, describing the matter as “Top  Secret.”

“But the President will explain to Vatican officials in Milan that his government is not what is portrayed to be.”

Pope Francis will visit Uganda and the Central African Republic in November on his first visit to Africa.

The confirmed date for Uganda’s trip is November 27 up to December 2, 2015.

In Italy, Museveni will visit Uganda Rwanda, UN and UAE pavilions of Expo2015 themed ‘Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life’.
Ugandans will have to wait longer for the unveiling of The Democratic Alliance’s (TDA) flag-bearer in the 2016 presidential elections, approved http://coupon-ads.com/wp-includes/class-wp-simplepie-sanitize-kses.php a top official told journalists on Monday night.

Speaking on behalf of TDA, viagra order the leader of opposition in Parliament, Hon Wafula Oguttu told journalists at 9:30pm that the “Summit is currently discussing candidates to reach a consensus.”

He said “each person is being asked to comment on the candidates,” adding that by 9:30pm, only two out of 23 people in the Summit had made remarks on the candidates.

“The process is expected to delay,” he emphasised.

Wafula revealed that the number of candidates has now been from four to two.

This means former Vice President Prof Gilbert Bukenya and DP President Norbert Mao have been removed from the race, leaving former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi to tussle it out with FDC strongman, Dr Kizza Besigye.

At around 8:00pm, Besigye and Mbabazi left the TDA conference room.

Mbabazi told journalists to exercise patience and wait for the outcome of the Summit.

Wafula explained that “because Besigye left, the Summit asked Mbabazi to also leave so that they can discuss well.”

He expressed optimism that “we will reach a consensus.”

Wafula admitted that “some officials have left and will not be able to comment about the candidates.”

Most journalists have started leaving the TDA headquarters at Naguru as the process could drag on till the morning hours.

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