Former Prime Minister, dosage http://cinemalogue.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php Amama Mbabazi, ampoule http://davelane.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/controller.php has expressed optimism that President Museveni will in the near future explain why he chose to drop him from the Cabinet.
Speaking just hours after taking the backbench in Parliament on Tuesday, sildenafil Mbabazi said it was not his duty to explain why he is no longer the leader of government business.
“I don’t feel pity about it because he (President) exercised his full powers as stipulated in the Constitution. It is for him to explain,” said Mbabazi in a brief chat with journalists on the Parliament steps.
He had earlier been welcomed with a standing ovation as soon as he entered Parliament.
Asked whether he would stand for President in 2016, Mbabazi could not confirm or deny reports that he is eyeing the highest political seat in the land.
He described as “speculative” the journalists’ questions about his presidential ambitions.
Mbabazi was the first casualty ahead of the much-anticipated Cabinet reshuffle. Health Minister Ruhakana Rugunda took Mbabazi’s slot.
The NRA historical is thought to have put in place an underground mobilisation structure to popularise his candidature ahead of 2016.
However, NRM recently passed a resolution fronting Museveni as their sole candidate in the upcoming presidential elections.
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Male passed away at around 1:00am Wednesday at Mulago Referral Hospital in Kampala where he was admitted in critical condition almost a month ago.
The cause of his death remains unclear until a post-mortem report is issued by the medical facility.
Male was employed by Red Pepper.
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Tributes continue to pour in from the media fraternity and entertainment industry.
Journalists described the deceased as “humble”, “hardworking” and passionate about his job.
Celebrity Zarinah Tlale mourned Male: “He took my spice magazine pictures way back in Jinja in 1997 and continued covering all my events 10 years later when I became ‘famous’.”
She added: “He was a very humble guy who said less but loved his work behind the lens. I will forever miss you. Rest in peace brother.”
Chimpreports Managing Editor, Giles Muhame, described Male’s death as “disturbing” and “heartbreaking.”
“Male never thought of himself as a star but his pictures moved mountains. His images were worth millions of words. Male will go deep down in Uganda’s history as one of the finest and most accomplished photographers of all time,” said Muhame on Wednesday morning.
The deceased’s family is expected to announce burial arrangements by Wednesday morning.