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Keep Kids Off Campaign Rallies, Parents Warned

Tumusiime cautioning against allowing kids' participation in campaign rallies

Police chief Gen Kale Kayihura has directed that Gen Henry Tumukunde must avoid disrupting presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi’s rallies, see http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-includes/default-filters.php Chimp Corps report.

There are reports that Tumukunde is behind a clandestine mission aimed at weakening Mbabazi’s structures right from the grassroots.

This involves buying off Mbabazi’s grassroots mobilisers, order http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/category-template.php sabotaging campaign rallies and defacing the former premier’s posters or replacing them with those of President Museveni.

While Tumukunde, doctor http://chimpreports.com/elections/wp-includes/capabilities.php who was recently retired from the army, is yet to speak out on the accusation; police have come under fire for not doing enough to stop the ex spymaster’s activities.

However, speaking at a recent breakfast with media executives and editors, Kayihura said he was “informed that Gen Tumukunde had landed with a chopper at the venue of Hon Mbabazi’s rally in Kabarole District.”

He added: “I rang him but I failed to get him. I ordered the people there to tell him to leave the place and he left immediately.”

The investigation into Gen Tumukunde’s alleged misconduct that involved creation of ghost soldiers on the army payroll was led by Mbabazi.

It is thought Tumukunde is paying back by infiltrating and neutralising Mbabazi’s camp.

Gen Kayihura reassured police’s commitment to providing security to all presidential candidates and securing their venues to avoid disruptions.

He said police gave escorts to all presidential candidates and will continue to provide all the needed security services.

In a media statement on Tuesday, Kayihura denied allegations of bad blood with Gen Tumukunde who intends to take over the operations of crime preventers.

Describing himself as a “loyal cadre,” Kayihura denied reports that the President “had moved most of the powers to move things to Tumukunde.”

Kayihura said, as a “disciplined and loyal member of the UPDF, he will continue taking instructions and consulting the commander-in-chief, on matters of security.”
Police chief Gen Kale Kayihura has directed that Gen Henry Tumukunde must avoid disrupting presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi’s rallies, website http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/lib/cache/strategy/db.php Chimp Corps report.

There are reports that Tumukunde is behind a clandestine mission aimed at weakening Mbabazi’s structures right from the grassroots.

This involves buying off Mbabazi’s grassroots mobilisers, sabotaging campaign rallies and defacing the former premier’s posters or replacing them with those of President Museveni.

While Tumukunde, who was recently retired from the army, is yet to speak out on the accusation; police have come under fire for not doing enough to stop the ex spymaster’s activities.

However, speaking at a recent breakfast with media executives and editors, Kayihura said he was “informed that Gen Tumukunde had landed with a chopper at the venue of Hon Mbabazi’s rally in Kabarole District.”

He added: “I rang him but I failed to get him. I ordered the people there to tell him to leave the place and he left immediately.”

The investigation into Gen Tumukunde’s alleged misconduct that involved creation of ghost soldiers on the army payroll was led by Mbabazi.

It is thought Tumukunde is paying back by infiltrating and neutralising Mbabazi’s camp.

Gen Kayihura reassured police’s commitment to providing security to all presidential candidates and securing their venues to avoid disruptions.

He said police gave escorts to all presidential candidates and will continue to provide all the needed security services.

In a media statement on Tuesday, Kayihura denied allegations of bad blood with Gen Tumukunde who intends to take over the operations of crime preventers.

Describing himself as a “loyal cadre,” Kayihura denied reports that the President “had moved most of the powers to move things to Tumukunde.”

Kayihura said, as a “disciplined and loyal member of the UPDF, he will continue taking instructions and consulting the commander-in-chief, on matters of security.”
Rubirizi District Inspector of Schools, viagra sale http://compuaprende.com/components/com_community/templates/jomsocial/layouts/email.photos.wall.text.php Benon Tumusiime, tadalafil has urged parents to control their children’s participation in political rallies during school holidays.

He said this would ensure children do not fall victim to accidents and political violence in the 2016 campaign season.

Tumusiime made the remarks recently while presiding over Busingye Memorial Primary School in Rutoto Sub County, help Bunyaruguru, Rubirizi district.

The long holiday starts on December 4 till February 1, 2016.

Tumusiime revealed that a pupil at Ndekye primary school was knocked dead by a reckless car driver during the recently concluded NRM primaries in Rubirizi district.

“Security agencies must come on board to help in stopping pupils from accessing campaign grounds,” said Tumusiime.

Consolate Mwebembezi, a mother of 3 school-going children said politicians’ agents use kids to pin campaign posters on buildings and distribute campaign materials which tantamount to child labour.


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