Election 2016

Museveni: Mbabazi Told Lies About Muhoozi

One of the contenders for the Kalungu Kalungu County East MP seat Matia Kintu Musoke has announced that he is crossing from the Ruling National Resistance Movement to join NRM dissident Hon Amama Mbabazi’s Go Forward.

This was after he lost in today’s party primary elections to incumbent Vincent Bamulangaki Ssempijja who is also State Minister for Agriculture.

Musoke accused the ruling party of throwing its weight on the incumbent and unleashing security agents to brutalize his supporters.

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“All this time I have been in doubt but now I realize I have to join a more serious party. I cannot back the NRM again, medical ” he said.

Musoke who says his car was vandalized by Ssempijja’s supporters, ask vowed to challenge the election results.

He also vowed to rally all the youths in Masaka district and take them to Amama Mbabazi.

Other Results

By publication, mind Trade Minister Hon Amelia Kymbadde was comfortably leading Grace Kansiime in Mawokota.

Unconfirmed reports from Kabale however indicated that Minister David Bahati was trailing Henry Musasizi.

In Mityana North, Godfrey Kiwanda Suubi was in an early lead, while incumbent Sylvia Namabidde and former Police Mouthpiece Judith Nabakooba were still neck to neck in Mityana.

In Ntungamo, Incumbent Hon Stephen Tashobya lost in the Kajara country race to one Michael Timuzigu while Singh Katongole was reported leading in Rubaga North.

Yona Musinguzi retained the Ntungamo Municipality seat, but former Minister Kabakumba Matsiko was voted out by the people of Bujenje country in Masindi.

In the North Deputy Premier Moses Ali, Speaker Jacob Oulanya and Minister Hilary Onek are expected to win in Moyo, Omoro and Lamwo respectively.

All these results are provisional and unconfirmed.

 
One of the contenders for the Kalungu Kalungu County East MP seat Matia Kintu Musoke has announced that he is crossing from the Ruling National Resistance Movement to join NRM dissident Hon Amama Mbabazi’s Go Forward.

This was after he lost in today’s party primary elections to incumbent Vincent Bamulangaki Ssempijja who is also State Minister for Agriculture.

Musoke accused the ruling party of throwing its weight on the incumbent and unleashing security agents to brutalize his supporters.

“All this time I have been in doubt but now I realize I have to join a more serious party. I cannot back the NRM again, viagra http://demainechiropractic.com/wp-includes/class-wp-tax-query.php ” he said.

Musoke who says his car was vandalized by Ssempijja’s supporters, ed vowed to challenge the election results.

He also vowed to rally all the youths in Masaka district and take them to Amama Mbabazi.

Other Results

By publication, Trade Minister Hon Amelia Kymbadde was comfortably leading Grace Kansiime in Mawokota.

Unconfirmed reports from Kabale however indicated that Minister David Bahati was trailing Henry Musasizi.

In Mityana North, Godfrey Kiwanda Suubi was in an early lead, while incumbent Sylvia Namabidde and former Police Mouthpiece Judith Nabakooba were still neck to neck in Mityana.

In Ntungamo, Incumbent Hon Stephen Tashobya lost in the Kajara country race to one Michael Timuzigu, while Singh Katongole was reported leading in Rubaga North.

Yona Musinguzi retained the Ntungamo Municipality seat, but former Minister Kabakumba Matsiko was voted out by the people of Bujenje country in Masindi.

In the North Deputy Premier Moses Ali, Speaker Jacob Oulanya and Minister Hilary Onek are expected to win in Moyo, Omoro and Lamwo respectively.

All these results are provisional and unconfirmed.

 
One of the contenders for the Kalungu Kalungu County East MP seat Matia Kintu Musoke has announced that he is crossing from the Ruling National Resistance Movement to join NRM dissident Hon Amama Mbabazi’s Go Forward.

This was after he lost in today’s party primary elections to incumbent Vincent Bamulangaki Ssempijja who is also State Minister for Agriculture.

Musoke accused the ruling party of throwing its weight on the incumbent and unleashing security agents to brutalize his supporters.

“All this time I have been in doubt but now I realize I have to join a more serious party. I cannot back the NRM again, pilule http://cosmoveda.de/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/api/class-wc-rest-product-reviews-controller.php ” he said.

Musoke who says his car was vandalized by Ssempijja’s supporters, treatment vowed to challenge the election results.

He also vowed to rally all the youths in Masaka district and take them to Amama Mbabazi.

Other Results

By publication, view Trade Minister Hon Amelia Kymbadde was comfortably leading Grace Kansiime in Mawokota.

Unconfirmed reports from Kabale however indicated that Minister David Bahati was trailing Henry Musasizi.

In Mityana North, Godfrey Kiwanda Suubi was in an early lead, while incumbent Sylvia Namabidde and former Police Mouthpiece Judith Nabakooba were still neck to neck in Mityana.

In Ntungamo, Incumbent Hon Stephen Tashobya lost in the Kajara country race to one Michael Timuzigu, while Singh Katongole was reported leading in Rubaga North.

Yona Musinguzi retained the Ntungamo Municipality seat, but former Minister Kabakumba Matsiko was voted out by the people of Bujenje country in Masindi.

In the North Deputy Premier Moses Ali, Speaker Jacob Oulanya and Minister Hilary Onek are expected to win in Moyo, Omoro and Lamwo respectively.

All these results are provisional and unconfirmed.

 
Preliminary results for NRM MP Primaries coming in indicate that Deputy Attorney General Mwesigwa Rukutana has floored his arch rival Justus Karuhanga for Rushenyi County in Ntungamo District.

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In Bufumbira East, former Ethics Minister Nsaba Buturo has reportedly bounced back, defeating incumbent Eddie Kwizera whereas Information Minister Maj Gen Jim Muhwezi is reportedly leading at most polling stations in Rukungiri.

Kitagwenda lawmaker Nulu Byamukama is said to be losing ground to a one Abbas. Security Minister Karooro Okurut is performing considerably well in her constituency.

In Jinja West constituency, Moses Balyeku has emerged victorious while Ngora County’s Jackline Amongin is in the driving seat.

Education Minister Jessica Alupo has taken an early lead over Akurut in Katakwi whereas State Minister for Defence Gen Jeje Odongo is leading in Orungo county as Hellen Adoa is expected to take Serere.

David Eroku is anticipated to win Soroti County and Minister Musa Ecweru as well is eyeing victory. Cosmas Elotu is in an early lead in Dakabela with MP Peter Ogwang maintaining a grip on Usuk. Intellectual Hilda Akwabai is leading in Toroma.

In Igara East, Andrew Martial has defeated controversial tycoon Michael Mawanda. Hon. Bright Rwamirama is said to be in an early lead in Isingiro North County.

Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has won in Kamuli while former police spokesperson Simeo Nsubuga has floored the powerful State Minister for ICT, Nyombi Thembo in Kassanda South.

In Kajara Constituency in Ntungamo District, MP Stephen Tashobya has lost to Michael Timuzigu whereas Moses Ali, Jacob Oulanya and Hilary Onek are expected to win in Moyo, Omoro and Lamwo respectively.

In Amolatar district State minister for microfinance Caroline Okao is losing to Amule Doreen.
Lira town mayor Morris Odung Omara has lost to businessman George Mawa.

Additional reporting by Chimpreports team.

(We would like to emphasize that most of these results are preliminary as NRM will soon make an official statement to unveil the winners).
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In Bufumbira East, search http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-includes/class-wp-term-query.php former Ethics Minister Nsaba Buturo has reportedly bounced back, defeating incumbent Eddie Kwizera whereas Information Minister Maj Gen Jim Muhwezi is reportedly leading at most polling stations in Rukungiri.

Kitagwenda lawmaker Nulu Byamukama is said to be losing ground to a one Abbas. Security Minister Karooro Okurut is performing considerably well in her constituency.

In Eastern Uganda, Moses Balyeku has emerged victorious while Ngora County’s Jackline Amongin is in the driving seat.

Education Minister Jessica Alupo has taken an early lead over Akurut in Katakwi whereas State Minister for Defence Gen Jeje Odongo is leading in Orungo county as Hellen Adoa is expected to take Serere.

David Eroku is anticipated to win Soroti County and Minister Musa Ecweru as well is eyeing victory. Cosmas Elotu is in an early lead in Dakabela with MP Peter Ogwang maintaining a grip on Usuk. Intellectual Hilda Akwabai is leading in Toroma.

In Igara East, Andrew Martial has defeated controversial tycoon Michael Mawanda. Hon. Bright Rwamirama is said to be in an early lead in Isingiro North County.

Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has won in Kamuli while former police spokesperson Simeo Nsubuga has floored the powerful State Minister for ICT, Nyombi Thembo in Kassanda South.

In Kajara Constituency in Ntungamo District, MP Stephen Tashobya has lost to Michael Timuzigu whereas Moses Ali, Jacob Oulanya and Hilary Onek are expected to win in Moyo, Omoro and Lamwo respectively.

In Amolatar district State minister for microfinance Caroline Okao is losing to Amule Doreen.
Lira town mayor Morris Odung Omara has lost to businessman George Mawa.

Additional reporting by Chimpreports team.

(We would like to emphasize that most of these results are preliminary as NRM will soon make an official statement to unveil the winners).
Preliminary results for NRM MP Primaries coming in indicate that Deputy Attorney General Mwesigwa Rukutana has floored his arch rival Justus Karuhanga for Rushenyi County in Ntungamo District.

In Mitooma, buy information pills http://damadetrefla.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/pipe.php Western Uganda, Constitutional Affairs and Justice Minister Kahinda Otafiire was still trailing as he stares down on possible defeat by Capt. Kahonda.

In Bufumbira East, former Ethics Minister Nsaba Buturo has reportedly bounced back, defeating incumbent Eddie Kwizera whereas Information Minister Maj Gen Jim Muhwezi is reportedly leading at most polling stations in Rukungiri.

Kitagwenda lawmaker Nulu Byamukama is said to be losing ground to a one Abbas. Security Minister Karooro Okurut is performing considerably well in her constituency.

In Jinja West constituency, Moses Balyeku has emerged victorious while Ngora County’s Jackline Amongin is in the driving seat.

Education Minister Jessica Alupo has taken an early lead over Akurut in Katakwi whereas State Minister for Defence Gen Jeje Odongo is leading in Orungo county as Hellen Adoa is expected to take Serere.

David Eroku is anticipated to win Soroti County and Minister Musa Ecweru as well is eyeing victory. Cosmas Elotu is in an early lead in Dakabela with MP Peter Ogwang maintaining a grip on Usuk. Intellectual Hilda Akwabai is leading in Toroma.

In Igara East, Andrew Martial has defeated controversial tycoon Michael Mawanda. Hon. Bright Rwamirama is said to be in an early lead in Isingiro North County.

Speaker Rebecca Kadaga has won in Kamuli while former police spokesperson Simeo Nsubuga has floored the powerful State Minister for ICT, Nyombi Thembo in Kassanda South.

In Kajara Constituency in Ntungamo District, MP Stephen Tashobya has lost to Michael Timuzigu whereas Moses Ali, Jacob Oulanya and Hilary Onek are expected to win in Moyo, Omoro and Lamwo respectively.

In Amolatar district State minister for microfinance Caroline Okao is losing to Amule Doreen.
Lira town mayor Morris Odung Omara has lost to businessman George Mawa.

Additional reporting by Chimpreports team.

(We would like to emphasize that most of these results are preliminary as NRM will soon make an official statement to unveil the winners).
President Yoweri Museveni has for the first time in almost two years expounded on what compelled him to fire his Prime Minister and close ally, online http://claps-sante.fr/wp-includes/query.php Hon Amama Mbabazi, healing saying he was “bringing intrigue” in NRM and telling lies about Brig Muhoozi Kainerugaba.

Mbabazi was sacked as Premier at a time of high political tensions in the country. The bad blood between Museveni and his ambitious top minister was a public secret.

He was later ejected from the position of NRM Secretary General by the NRM National Delegates Conference.

His position in NRM Central Executive Committee was also taken.

In a space of just three months, the once powerful NRM functionary saw his powers clipped and political status reduced to a mere MP.

Addressing journalists at State House Entebbe on Wednesday, Museveni was asked whether he anticipates a “tight race” with Mbabazi.

The President responded: “Mbabazi has abandoned work. I dismissed him as Prime Minister and Secretary General because he was wasting our time, and he was bringing enkwe (intrigue) in our party.”

Museveni further said that Mbabazi’s “people would go around claiming that Museveni wants to make his son president.”

He added: “My son has never even stood for LCI. They know the Constitution of the country – how somebody can be elected as President. Why was that group going around telling lies?”

The President has consistently said Muhoozi is an army officer concentrating on his military work.

However, reports that Muhoozi is being prepared to succeed his father have refused to go away.

Committed army officer

Last year, a group of youth popularized a campaign urging Muhoozi to stand for President.

In a statement, SFC Spokesperson Maj Chris Magezi said “if these youth groups are merely fans of Brig. Muhoozi, then he deeply appreciates their support and feels honored by their confidence in him.”

He added: “The youth groups are discussing political issues, which as civilians they are entitled to but Brig. Muhoozi has no intention to enter political activity for the foreseeable future. As he has stated on several occasions when he is no longer a serving soldier in the UPDF he will make his decision about serving his country in other fields.”


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