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Akena Cabinet Disowns New Roadmap to Party Primaries

President Museveni has said the electricity projected to be generated from Karuma dam will be three times the quantity currently being generated in Jinja and that this coupled with that which will be generated from Ayago and Murchison dams will create new cities and attract factories which will make the northern region the industrial hub of Uganda.

The President who is on a working visit in Northern Uganda was speaking at a grand rally held at the Apach Boma Grounds, remedy http://chipinhead.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php in Apach district.

The President is in the region to promote the Operation Wealth Creation campaign that aims at ensuring that each household has an income generating project.

The President said that Kapeka in Nakaseke District would be used to establish a motor vehicle assembly plant.

He assured the people that if the Turkish investors do not set up factories in Maruzi, http://chulucanasnoticias.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-curl.php he would throw them out.

While referring to the issue of investors who have taken up the Maruzi ranch, http://celesteanddanielle.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-themes-list-table.php President Museveni said that Uganda must modernize and the ranch should be transformed into a city of factories that will create jobs for our children.

He suggested that Maruzi city should produce a number of products including motorcycles and was optimistic that this move would create a lot of employment.

The President said government plans to develop technical education with the main target of providing skills.

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“Our children must get skills. That is why we are going to develop technical education. Every constituency will be enabled with a technical institute. Skills are very important in efforts to enable income generation,” he said giving examples of professional skills such as midwives, nurses, mechanics, metal works, carpentry, ceramics and Information Communication technology.

President Museveni said government has managed to construct several roads in various parts of the country including the Gulu –Atiak-Nimule road and revealed that it would soon embark on the construction of the Rwenkunyu- Masindi Port- Apac – Lira- kitgum road. He said they have also expanded the provision of electricity and maintaining peace and security.

“Today government collects Shs12,000 billion per annum which has enabled us to provide a wide range of essential services and facilities. More schools and health centers have been provided because the Government has got some income,” he said.

President Museveni urged the people particularly the youth to take care of their health and cautioned them against alcoholism. He called on them to take extra care against malaria infections.

He observed that indoor spraying and the use of treated mosquito nets would solve the challenge of malaria infections and directed the Health officials in Apac District to address the issue of malaria infections.

Soon after addressing the rally, Museveni received over 400 members of UPC and FDC led by prominent FDC leader Tom Oree who crossed over to the National Resistance Movement.

He later visited the cassava processing plant in Apac town and was received by the proprietor, Mr. Sam Opio Ocheng. He later laid the foundation stone of the new facility.

The Apac LC 5 Chairman Bob Okae thanked the NRM Government for extending health services in the district and revealed that operation wealth creation has proved to be an effective weapon against household poverty.
Former commander of the rebel group Allied Democratic Forces [ADF] Jamilu Mukulu has been paraded in court for the first time today.

Mukulu has been in police custody at Nalufenya in Jinja for about two weeks since he was extradited from neighboring Tanzania where he was arrested back in April.

Police has been through this time setting stage for commencement of his prosecution, treat http://concasol.org/wp-admin/includes/theme-install.php for the numerous crimes he committed while at the helm of the deadly rebel group over the past two decades.

At the Jinja court today, he only appeared for plea taking according to Kampala Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango.

He is being charged with a myriad cases which include among others the murder of Sheik Muwaya Abudallah, Tito Okware an LC III Chairman and 2 policemen namely Muzamiru Babale, Abudukarim Tenywa.

Police is still constructing other charges that he will be facing that rotate around murder, terrorism and crimes against humanity.

Gen Kayihura last week described the capture of Jamilu Mukulu as a gift from Allah .

“The extradition to Uganda of Jamil Mukulu, the infamous leader of the terrorist organization, Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) and two other ADF leaders, Matovu and Umar, after their arrest and detention in Tanzania  is a very significant victory for the people of Uganda, the East African region and beyond, in our fight against terrorism,” he said.

 

 
Former commander of the rebel group Allied Democratic Forces [ADF] Jamilu Mukulu has been paraded in court for the first time today.

Mukulu has been in police custody at Nalufenya in Jinja for about two weeks since he was extradited from neighboring Tanzania where he was arrested back in April.

Police has been through this time setting stage for commencement of his prosecution, more about http://curaacufeni.com/wp-includes/atomlib.php for the numerous crimes he committed while at the helm of the deadly rebel group over the past two decades.

At the Jinja court today, http://cmd-kenya.org/institute/wp-includes/simplepie/rating.php he only appeared for plea taking according to Kampala Police spokesperson Patrick Onyango.

He is being charged with a myriad cases which include among others the murder of Sheik Muwaya Abudallah, http://conversionxl.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortlinks.php Tito Okware an LC III Chairman and 2 policemen namely Muzamiru Babale, Abudukarim Tenywa.

Police is still constructing other charges that he will be facing that rotate around murder, terrorism and crimes against humanity.

Gen Kayihura last week described the capture of Jamilu Mukulu as a gift from Allah .

“The extradition to Uganda of Jamil Mukulu, the infamous leader of the terrorist organization, Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) and two other ADF leaders, Matovu and Umar, after their arrest and detention in Tanzania  is a very significant victory for the people of Uganda, the East African region and beyond, in our fight against terrorism,” he said.

 

 
Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) has rubbished a new party road map that was released on July 20th by National Party Mobilizer, dosage http://clbattery.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-network.php Issa Otto Amiza which was calling for picking of nomination forms for the internal party primaries.

The roadmap issued by Otto indicated that members shall be picking nomination forms at 9th floor of Uganda house or UPC Regional and District Offices.

The whole exercise, medicine http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-theme.php the roadmap stated was slated to begin on July 19 to October 1 where the party would nominate and elect party parliamentary and local government candidates.

According to the Acting Party Spokesperson, medicine http://companyimpact.com/joslondon/wp-includes/user.php Michael Orach Osinde, Otto is unknown to the UPC leadership and has no capacity to speak on behalf of the party.

“Constitutionally, any UPC roadmap must be subjected to National Council for approval contrary to the illegal roadmap purportedly issued by Otto,” Osinde said.

“This gentleman to the best of our knowledge is unknown to the UPC leadership. Our humble advice to him to go back to Oyam if wants to be relevant in UPC Politics,” Osinde noted.

He added that the Akena cabinet has scheduled the National Council to take place on August 11 and 12 as required by UPC constitute.

“The Cabinet in planning to strengthen communication both internally and externally and has decided to have Vice Sub regional Chairpersons from all the 14 regions.”

These regions include; Ankole, Kigezi, Bunyoro, Busoga, Bukedi, Sebei, Teso, Lango, Acholi, Westnile, Bugisu, Rwenzori-Toro, Karamoja and Buganda.

 

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