GOSSIP: Bukenya Plotting Mbabazi Ousting

information pills "sans-serif"; font-size: small;”>They are: Dinner for 2 at the Sheraton x 2 Family day at the Sheraton which enables use of the pool, view gym, purchase health club and bouncing castle for kids x 2

These prizes will be won by the first man and first woman in the 19 – 49 year age category in both the 5km and 10km races, according to a press release.

The deadline for registration at the normal fee (Individual Shs10,000; Corporate Shs300,000) is Thursday October 20. After that the fee increases to Shs25,000 for individuals and Shs500,000 for corporates.

Kids of Africa, a Swiss initiative, is a children’s home operating in Uganda. It takes care of 92 abandoned children in ten family homes, each headed by a dedicated and loving foster mother.

‘Kids of Africa’ is raising these children to be the backbone of the next generation of Ugandan society. It is expected that they will then contribute to improving the futures of similarly disadvantaged youngsters. The compound consists of ten family homes, a kindergarten, a farm, and a carpentry workshop.

physician geneva; font-size: small;”>Word doing rounds in NRM circles is that sacked Vice President Prof. Gilbert Balibaseka Bukenya is the man in the shadows, speaking through fiery legislator Mohammed Nsereko. Insiders tell us Bukenya even bankrolled the campaigns of Nsereko for the Kampala seat.

The legislator has of recent caused a storm in the party as he relentless criticises the ruling organisation’s policies. We are told members in NRM have taken keen interest in Nsereko’s recent lashes at Premier Amama Mbabazi.

The youthful MP was the first to criticise President Yoweri Museveni for choosing Mbabazi for top slot.

In fact it’s rumoured that Bukenya is behind Nsereko’s plan of mobilising signatures to kick Mbabazi to censure Mbabazi over the leaked oil deals showing the latter accepted bribes from Tullow Oil.

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