Eddie Kwizera Wagahungu, store http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-includes/class-walker-page.php the incumbent Bufumbira East Member of Parliament in Kisoro district has threatened to sue the Independent Electoral Commission if it goes head with the Wednesday 9th March 2016 elections and refuses to announce the February 18th Parliamentary election results .
Wagahungu says that all he knows is the February 18th election, only whose results must be announced; adding that he would under no circumstances participate in any other election as per the plans of the commission.
However, http://danielpyne.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/post-by-email.php according to Nicholas Twinomujuni the Kisoro district Deputy Returning officer, the Bufumbira East parliamentary elections held on 18th February were canceled and postponed after the ballot papers were found to have errors, where some candidates’ symbols were mismatched.
Twinomujuni says that the mistakes have been sorted and that the exercise will be repeated on Wednesday this week on the same day as the polls for the Local Council III representatives.
In the race, MP Eddie Kwizera Wagahungu is battling former ethics and integrity minister Dr. James Nsaba Buturo.
Shafiq Sekandi the Kisoro district RDC reassured that the Wednesday exercise will entirely peaceful.
After 12 fairways, site http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-content/plugins/ait-shortcodes/shortcodes/aitlistsshortcode.php St. Kizito Primary School, unhealthy http://centrodelasartesslp.gob.mx/home/wp-includes/script-loader.php Bugolobi emerged winners of the girl’s edition in the 3rd Nakawa Schools Woodball Championship held over the weekend at Bishop Cipriano Kihangire S.S. Naggita Hajjara and Jackline Namuyiga led the pack scoring 68 and 71 strokes respectively.
Shirat Namakula of Motherwell Junior School, Mutungo came third in the girls’ singles guiding her team to the second place.
St. Kizito made a total of 303 same as Motherwell school but went top on technicalities.
Murchison Bay Primary School sealed the third spot which is the last for qualification to the Qualification for the 7th ICPAU Juniors Woodball Championship that will be held at King’s College Buddo in June.
In the boy’s primary schools category, Edward Gususwa from Motherwell Junior was the best performer after hitting 66 strokes. Murchison Bay’s quartet of Emmy Sserunkuma (69), Simon Mutagejja (70), Felix Male (71) and Benjamin Owachigiu (79) were the best team.
Kyambogo college school scooped both the boys’ and girls’ competition in the secondary schools section.
The next qualification event will be at the 3rd Mukono schools Woodball Championship on Saturday, March 12, 2016 at Mpoma School.
The other qualifiers that will come later on include Entebbe and Kampala Schools Woodball Championship and 7th Ndejje Open Woodball Championship.
Just like for Nakawa, the best 3 teams in each category will represent Mukono at the 7th ICPAU
Juniors Woodball Championship.
1. St. Kizito Primary School – Bugolobi -(303)
- Motherwell Junior School, Mutungo -(303)
- Murchison Bay Primary School -(329)
Primary school – Boys
1. Murchison Bay Primary School -(289)
- Motherwell Junior School, Mutungo -(292)
- St. Kizito Primary School, Bugolobi -(302)
Secondary school -Girls1. Kyambogo College school -(280)
- Luzira Secondary School -(291)
- Bishop Cipriano Kihangire S.S.S -(331)
Secondary schools – Boys
1. Kyambogo College School -(237)
- Luzira Secondary School -(276)
- Bishop Cipriano Kihangire S.S.S -(322)
Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi has made an amendment in the petition he filed challenging the announcement of Yoweri Museveni as the president in the recently concluded elections.
Mbabazi who was third behind Museveni and FDC’s Kizza Besigye went to the Supreme Court challenging the results citing irregularities including ballot stuffing and voter buying among others.
Meanwhile on Monday morning as the panel of judges led by the Chief Justice Bart Katureebe prepared to hear the case, this site http://centruldedic.ro/wp-includes/class-wp-session-tokens.php they were notified by the Deputy Attorney General Mwesigwa Rukutana that he had been served with a late amended petition by the Mbabazi team.
“A few minutes ago were served with an amended petition which alters the whole petition before you. We have not yet had time to peruse through it, salve http://cfbtoman.com/wp-includes/ms-settings.php ” Rukutana told court.
President Museveni’s lawyers including Kiwanuka Kiryowa and their counterparts from the Electoral Commision also denied having knowledge of the new amended petition.
The Chief Justice Bart Katureebe also wondered how the new petition had come about and insisted it could not be allowed as the mandatory time for filing had elapsed on Sunday.
“Court is required to start hearing the petition 5 days from yesterday but if you bring in a new petition, cheapest http://comeandcheck.it/wp-includes/bookmark.php what do you expect us to do?”Katureebe wondered.
He noted that despite having freedom to be heard, Mbabazi’s lawyers ought to exercise this right in accordance with the provisions of the law.
In response, Mbabazi’s team led by Muhammed Mbabazi told court that the new petition could be heard adding they could file affidavits as evidence.
However the panel of judges has adjourned the case for 30 minutes to be able to peruse through the amended petition and decide on the way forward.