Muntu sets Conditions for Talks with Museveni

Multichoice Uganda has Tuesday launched two new sports channels on their Compact bouquet to enable their viewers enjoy English Premier League, health http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-delete-media-v1-1-endpoint.php La Liga and Europa 2016 at no additional cost.

The 2 new channels Super Sport 11 on channel 211 and Super Sport 12 on Channel 212 are being introduced at the usual monthly subscription of Ugshs 128,000 in full HD.

While speaking at a news conference at the Multichoice headquarters in Kololo on Tuesday, the DSTV Marketing Manager Albert Nga said; “We are doing this to keep our position as the leader in video entertainment.”

“We are excited that we can now deliver the best football action in the world to our Compact subscribers while ensuring that this development doesn’t negatively impact them financially,” Nga added.

New subscribers to DSTV can now buy the DSTV kit (decoder and dish) at Ugshs130,000 and get a one month free of the Compact bouquet only if they are activated in 7 days.

Nga noted that the 3 European leagues will begin showing with immediate effect and Arsenal and Manchester United fans will catch Saturday match on SS11. Similarly, the Spanish La Liga enthusiasts will view FC Barcelona face off with Real Madrid in the first El Clasico derby of the year on April 3 on SS12.

With this new development, DSTV believes this will change brand perception as well as subscription.

The Compact bouquet contains over 80 channels and now joins Compact Plus and Premium bouquets where these football games are available.
In the midst of the calls for peace and reconciliatory dialogue, case http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-includes/pomo/translations.php Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) president, story Gen. Mugisha Muntu has revealed that the party still has reservations on joining negotiations with President Yoweri Museveni.

Muntu told the media at the party headquarters in Najjanankumbi on Wednesday that the organizers of the negotiation talks must first understand the psychology of Mr. Museveni before calling for any talks.

“This isn’t the first time talks have been tabled; the same was organized in 2011 and we set four conditions that would guarantee our participation, but nothing followed.” Muntu responded.

“We requested that for substantive and genuine talks, the agenda of the talks would be published and made known to every Uganda which would be a measure of the success our talks with the president,” Muntu said.

Muntu noted that the opposition still requested for a broad participation of all political parties, civil society organizations and all stakeholders, called for a neutral arbiter and a guarantee that whatever would be decided was to be implemented.

“We didn’t want to go for a photo opportunity with president Museveni; and that remains our stand if there’s going to be meaningful negotiations between us and the regime.”

Meanwhile the FDC president noted that the party would not relent in contesting “the arrogance of the regime and impunity”.

“In pursuit of this, we shall actively engage civil society, religious leaders and communities, the diplomatic and international community so as to build a broad coalition of political forces and have a full scale engagement with the population.”


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