Election 2016

PHOTOS: The Presidential Election Campaigns Craze So Far

The East African Community (EAC) Secretary General, for sale http://cctvcameraz.com/wp-includes/script-loader.php Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera over the weekend hosted H.E. Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi, http://cbvsalvail.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-site-icon.php the outgoing Ambassador of the Head of Delegation to Tanzania and East African Community at European Union.

EAC Secretary General, http://damadetrefla.com/wp-admin/includes/admin-filters.php  Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera (seated 1st right) posing for a group photo with outgoing EU ambassador H.E. Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi, as invited guests look on

EAC Secretary General, Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera (seated 1st right) posing for a group photo with outgoing EU ambassador H.E. Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi, as invited guests look on

Speaking at the farewell dinner held at Arusha Coffee lodge, the Secretary General extolled the outgoing Ambassador for not only enhancing greater development for the people of East Africa, but also for his immense contribution to the EAC integration agenda.

“Although this is a sobering moment, I am glad that you, Amb. Sebregondi, have been a part of our success,” said Amb. Sezibera.

“I would also like to thank the EU for believing in us and for supporting our objective of widening and deepening cooperation among the Partner States in, among others, political, social, economic and social fields for the mutual benefits of our citizenry,” he added.

Under the leadership of Amb. Sebregondi, the EU supported EAC’s Regional Integrated Support Programmes (RISP 3) – (Euro 2.7Mil, and Maritime Security Programme  (MASE) – (Euro 2.3Mil).

The EU also supported Regional Electoral Support Programme to support strengthening of the EAC electoral observation methodology (EAC RESP) – (Euro 5Mil); the Inter-Regional Coordinating Committee (IRCC) – (Euro 1.5Mil), in addition to supporting several East Africa infrastructure projects including the Road Network/Road Transport Corridors, Energy Sector and One Stop Border Posts (OSBPs).
The East African Community (EAC) Secretary General, buy information pills http://chienyenthinh.com/modules/mod_articlemod/tmpl/default.php Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera over the weekend hosted H.E. Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi, site the outgoing Ambassador of the Head of Delegation to Tanzania and East African Community at European Union.

EAC Secretary General, Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera (seated 1st right) posing for a group photo with outgoing EU ambassador H.E. Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi, as invited guests look on

EAC Secretary General, Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera (seated 1st right) posing for a group photo with outgoing EU ambassador H.E. Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi, as invited guests look on

Speaking at the farewell dinner held at Arusha Coffee lodge, the Secretary General extolled the outgoing Ambassador for not only enhancing greater development for the people of East Africa, but also for his immense contribution to the EAC integration agenda.

“Although this is a sobering moment, I am glad that you, Amb. Sebregondi, have been a part of our success,” said Amb. Sezibera.

“I would also like to thank the EU for believing in us and for supporting our objective of widening and deepening cooperation among the Partner States in, among others, political, social, economic and social fields for the mutual benefits of our citizenry,” he added.

Under the leadership of Amb. Sebregondi, the EU supported EAC’s Regional Integrated Support Programmes (RISP 3) – (Euro 2.7Mil, and Maritime Security Programme  (MASE) – (Euro 2.3Mil).

The EU also supported Regional Electoral Support Programme to support strengthening of the EAC electoral observation methodology (EAC RESP) – (Euro 5Mil); the Inter-Regional Coordinating Committee (IRCC) – (Euro 1.5Mil), in addition to supporting several East Africa infrastructure projects including the Road Network/Road Transport Corridors, Energy Sector and One Stop Border Posts (OSBPs).
Presidential campaigns for the 2016 general elections kicked off on Monday at an expected high tempo all around the country.

Incumbent President as is the norm, search http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-importer/wordpress-importer.php unveiled his campaign trail in what has come to be known as the Mecca of the ruling National Resistance Movement. Luwero district in central Uganda is where the armed struggle that ushered in the NRM regime was birthed.

Former NRM Secretary General Amama Mbabazi, generic who is also taking a shot at the country’s highest office, commenced his campaign trail in Masaka in the same region, while FDC’S Col Kizza Besigye went to his home district of Rukungiri in western Uganda.

From crazy dance moves to dangerous motor vehicle stunts to ecstatic and ‘love-stricken’ supporters, in this pictorial we bring you the best of the craze that marked yesterday’s inaugural campaigns.

A supporter donates a UN copter to Kizza Besigye

A supporter donates a UN copter to Kizza Besigye [Photo by Godfrey Tugume]

Go Foward's Amama Mbabazi guards his waste to show some Kiganda dance skills

Go Foward’s Amama Mbabazi guards his waste to show some Kiganda dance skills with Kadongo Kamu singer Mathius Walukagga in Masaka

NRM supporters in Luweero wave at President Museveni's campaign helicopter hovering over the rally grounds in Luweero

NRM supporters in Luweero wave at President Museveni’s campaign helicopter hovering over the rally grounds in Luweero.

Some supporters made a sculpture of the infamous Walk to Work Besigye

Some supporters made a sculpture of the infamous Walk to Work Besigye [By Godfrey Tugume]

An elderly woman donates a Bible to Col Besigye

An elderly woman donates a Bible to Col Besigye [By Godfrey]

At Kayabwe, Mbabazi was served with bananas and a bottle of water

At Kayabwe, Mbabazi was served with bananas and a bottle of water

FDC Chief Mobilizer Ingrid Turinawe gets down low with a supporter in Rukungiri

FDC Chief Mobilizer Ingrid Turinawe gets down low with a supporter in Rukungiri  [By Godfrey Tugume]

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