Farmers in Terego with small pieces of land have urged the NRM government to supply them with hoes for them to intensify food production, doctor http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_templates/controller.php Chimp Corps report.
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President Museveni also the NRM Presidential Flag Bearer on Tuesday assured the people of Terego constituency that his party will amend the NRM Manifesto and add hoes in their budget so that people are able to cultivate enough food for their families.
“In the next budget, we shall concentrate on hoes. My party is going to amend the manifesto and add hoes so that you cultivate enough food for your children,” he said.
Speaking to thousands of NRM supporters at Otambari Mission grounds in Terego East Constituency in Arua district, President Museveni expressed his concern for the Girl Child Education and said girls must be encouraged to stay in School. “When you educate a girl, you educate the whole society.”
He urged parents to encourage the girls stay in school and get enough education as government will provide them sanitary pads and scholastic materials like books, mathematical sets for all children in UPE and USE schools.
He also added that lack of education of a neighbour affects everyone.
“Women are the center of the whole society therefore when you educate a girl, it means you are educating the whole society,” said the President.
President Museveni has also called upon unemployed graduates with Arts courses to take on diploma courses like ceramics, wood works, metal works, modern agro production and mechanical engineering which will be under government costs so that they are retooled for technical jobs.
The President cited professions with many job vacancies like in Medical, Engineering, Nursing, ICT among others and said these sectors have few qualified job seekers. He also noted that jobs are available but with few qualified personnel.
He said that the NRM government uses prioritization methodology in doing its work and that is why it has managed to bring peace and development to Uganda and to West Nile. He added that government will focus on wealth creation at household level to fight poverty.
President Museveni advised the people of Terego to grow tobacco on a large scale, practice fish and mushroom farming for better incomes.
He also cited out other forms of wealth creation like maize millers, honey manufacturing, Diary farming, shops, hotels, saloons etc that can generate money for families.
On Health, the President said immunization has become the most successful program which has changed Uganda through population increase.
President Museveni urged the people of Terego East constituency to vote for ‘the old man with a hat’ as the President and for his NRM party.
Onesita Ruko, a single mother and a resident of Oboa village, Terego constituency aged 45 years, thanked the NRM government for reinforcing women empowerment in West Nile.
“I was able to join the women SACCO group which has enabled me to carry out business and educate my children. We now have freedom to move anywhere because there is peace,” he said.
For Ridemta Eyo Taru, 41, it was the government policy to allow girls back in school after pregnancy that has drawn her to love President Museveni.
“He has promoted the education of the girl child which has reduced on school dropout rates. He has also allowed pregnant girls to join school after giving birth. I also thank the NRM for the malaria control programme through distribution of mosquito nets. This government has enabled NGOs to reach us for other social services that we get.
During the rally over 200 members of the FDC and UPC parties crossed to the NRM amidst a lot of excitement.
A prominent doctor in Kabale Municipality in South western Uganda has been arrested for allegedly raping a 20 year old university student.
Dr Robert Tumuhimbise 53, malady http://danceexchange.org/wp-includes/l10n.php the proprietor of Kabale Surgery Clinic in Kigongi, website like this http://cmlsociety.org/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php Kabale town was on Tuesday afternoon arrested by police who believe he sexually abused a Kabale University student.
Elly Maate, prostate http://continentalagra.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-terms-list-table.php the Kigezi regional police spokesman confirmed the arrest, and said investigations are underway.
Police says that on the evening of Monday November 16th, the victim went to get treatment for stomachache at the clinic.
She was asked to wait alone in a small room and when Dr Tumuhimbise showed up, he injected her with substance in the shoulder which blacked her out.
Maate says the girl gained her consciousness late in the night, only to realize that she had been used sexually. She immediately reported the matter at Kabale police station.
The Police spokesperson strongly condemned the doctor’s unethical act, which gravely goes against the profession
The case is registered under CRB 3208/2015 At Kabale central police.
Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) President Jimmy Akena’s declaration supporting an alliance with the ruling NRM has touched off a rebellion in his party.
ChimpReports has exclusively learned that UPC youth wingers and elders are organizing a protest in Lira municipality next week to protest against Akena’s decision to embrace NRM.
Addressing the media in Kampala this week, discount http://cyberstudio.biz/main/components/com_k2/sef_ext/com_k2.php Akena submitted: “I can confirm that we are in talks with NRM whereby the core UPC minimum agenda that addresses key issues like health, information pills education and agriculture will guide all engagements over the next 5 years.”
Akena revealed that the talks with president Museveni were equally aimed at ensuring a peaceful transition after the latter’s last term in office.
“As UPC we firmly believe in the need for peaceful transition and we have a clear understanding that constitutionally, president Museveni won’t be eligible to stand for the next term by age. It should also be clear and sand dry that he is the current president who has been for 30 years; NRM has earned support and we are not going to wish them out of the political arena of this country,” he added.
However, this has rattled the party with many accusing Akena of betraying his father, Dr Milton Obote.
The group led by former Oyam South MP and an aspirant for Lira Municipality MP seat Hon. Isha Otto and a one David are mobilising supporters from the entire Lango sub-region to demonstrate on the streets of Lira against a possible alliance with NRM.
Led by President Museveni, the NRA guerrillas exerted the military pressure which sparked off a coup against Obote in 1985.
Museveni, who had served as an intelligence officer under Obote, would later topple the Okello Junta before seizing power in 1986.
Obote fled to exile in Zambia until his death.
Despite this dark history, Museveni reconciled with the Obote family.
Otto told the media in Kampala on Wednesday that, “Many UPC members have suffered from insults, torture, abductions and killings by Museveni; we shall never allow our party to be sold off for personal political gain.”
He further said it was very absurd that despite the “crimes committed against the former party president, Apollo Milton Obote by president Museveni, his son Akena would go on to collaborate with him for just petty political gain.”
He added: “Museveni once described Obote as a serpent who wouldn’t even deserve to be buried on Ugandan land; just recently while campaigning in Luwero, the same man accused Obote and the UPC government for killings that occurred in the area during the bush war.”
“What Akena has done is a highest form of betrayal to UPC. We shall never reconcile with Museveni not until he on principal apologizes to us for all the crimes that he and his government has unleashed to the people of Lango.”
The protests are planned for next Wednesday.