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Amama Mbabazi Supporter ‘Missing’

President Museveni has pledged a school bus to Moroto High School to ease the school’s transport problems.

He also donated Shs 60m towards a fundraising drive to rehabilitate the school’s premises.

The pledge and cash contribution were made by Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda who represented the President at the school’s Golden Jubilee celebrations, viagra 40mg http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/themes/metro-pro/lib/customize.php in Moroto, try on Friday 17 July 2015.

Dr Rugunda said that as a pioneer secondary school in Karamoja region, approved government is committed to supporting it to restore its glory as a centre of excellence in Karamoja.

“In the half century of Moroto High School’s existence, you have not only existed. but have made a tremendous contribution to the community here and natured men and women who have served and continue to serve the country with distinction,” the Prime Minister said.

Earlier, the head teacher, Rev Fr John Bosco Kutegana had said that the 50 years of existence were taking a toll on the school, with need for repairs and renovation, a school bus, a girl’s reading wing and recruitment of additional teachers.

“The Ministry of Education is to undertake a human resource audit to establish the staffing needs of all schools in the country, with a view to recruit and fill the gaps.  For Karamoja region and other hard to reach areas, a special recruitment drive must be undertaken urgently to fill the gaps. The teachers required by Moroto High School will be recruited under this arrangement,” Dr Rugunda said.

The Prime Minister also hailed The First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs, Janet Museveni for “the dedicated leadership” she is providing in driving the transformation of Karamoja.

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He said Government deliberately and purposely established a Special Programme to address the development challenges of regions which were disadvantages by history, such as Karamoja.

He said the focus of the Karamoja Program has been providing water for production and human consumption; initiatives for improving food security through the provision of hoes, oxen, heifers, improved bulls, goats and ox ploughs; and improving livelihood and household incomes. Other initiatives have included support to health and education sectors. The other major area of focus has been in security and peace building.

“As you know very well, without security and peace, no development and learning can take place,” he said.

The Prime Minister was accompanied by the State Minister for Karamoja Affairs Barbara Oundo Nekesa and State Minister for Mineral Development Peter Lokeris.
President Museveni has pledged a school bus to Moroto High School to ease the school’s transport problems.

He also donated Shs 60m towards a fundraising drive to rehabilitate the school’s premises.

The pledge and cash contribution were made by Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda who represented the President at the school’s Golden Jubilee celebrations, about it http://crfg.org/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-gd.php in Moroto, more about http://cosmopolitan.taconeras.net/wp-includes/pomo/mo.php on Friday 17 July 2015.

Dr Rugunda said that as a pioneer secondary school in Karamoja region, ampoule government is committed to supporting it to restore its glory as a centre of excellence in Karamoja.

“In the half century of Moroto High School’s existence, you have not only existed. but have made a tremendous contribution to the community here and natured men and women who have served and continue to serve the country with distinction,” the Prime Minister said.

Earlier, the head teacher, Rev Fr John Bosco Kutegana had said that the 50 years of existence were taking a toll on the school, with need for repairs and renovation, a school bus, a girl’s reading wing and recruitment of additional teachers.

“The Ministry of Education is to undertake a human resource audit to establish the staffing needs of all schools in the country, with a view to recruit and fill the gaps.  For Karamoja region and other hard to reach areas, a special recruitment drive must be undertaken urgently to fill the gaps. The teachers required by Moroto High School will be recruited under this arrangement,” Dr Rugunda said.

The Prime Minister also hailed The First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs, Janet Museveni for “the dedicated leadership” she is providing in driving the transformation of Karamoja.

He said Government deliberately and purposely established a Special Programme to address the development challenges of regions which were disadvantages by history, such as Karamoja.

He said the focus of the Karamoja Program has been providing water for production and human consumption; initiatives for improving food security through the provision of hoes, oxen, heifers, improved bulls, goats and ox ploughs; and improving livelihood and household incomes. Other initiatives have included support to health and education sectors. The other major area of focus has been in security and peace building.

“As you know very well, without security and peace, no development and learning can take place,” he said.

The Prime Minister was accompanied by the State Minister for Karamoja Affairs Barbara Oundo Nekesa and State Minister for Mineral Development Peter Lokeris.
Supporters of presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi have started a search for one of their colleagues identified as Vincent Kaggwa, discount http://communityseven.com/ext/sitesplat/bbmembership/migrations/v10x/m1_initial_schema.php who went missing on Wednesday, drug http://cooperativasanitas.com/modules/mod_fpss/mod_fpss/templates/tt/template_css.php July, http://cigarworld.com.au/old/cigars/includes/smarty/libs/internals/core.rmdir.php 15.

Mbabazi’s campaign agents described Kaggwa as “a strong supporter” of the former Prime Minister.

“Relatives, friends and supporters of the Rt Hon Amama Mbabazi have searched for him in all police cells but in vain,” said Ellady Muyambi, a diehard of the presidential aspirant.

Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, Patrick Onyango told ChimpReports on Saturday that he would inquire from relevant authorities about the unfolding development.

“I am not aware about that. But let me crosscheck,” said Onyango in reference to our inquiry about Kaggwa’s whereabouts.

According to Isa Kato, an NRM Poor Youth member, Kaggwa was picked by security from his residence in Katanga, Kampala.

“His house was searched and the people who took him claimed they were from State House and that they are going to CPS,” said Kato.

“Efforts to get him at police have all been futile. He is not in the police station,” he added.

Another version of the development is that Kaggwa was taken to Police SIU headquarters in Kireka and later transferred to police Special Operations branch in Nalufenya, Jinja.

According to Brian Tumusiime, relatives and friends of Kaggwa have visited the alleged detention centres in search for the missing activist in vain.

Mbabazi’s daughter, Racheal Mbabazi, was blunt:

“Relatives and friends of Vincent Kaggwa are running all over the country searching for this young man,” said Racheal.

“I understand he was arrested and taken to CPS and then removed by one Flying Squad outfit. Someone was tipped that he is at Nalufenya but he isn’t.”

She said police should “produce this individual immediately,” adding, “Do your job and produce him before you trigger an uncontrollable situation in this country.”

Several supporters of Mbabazi have previously been arrested on charges related to premature electioneering.

Police faults Mbabazi for disregarding the laws that guide presidential contenders and holding illegal assemblies, a charge the former NRM Secretary General denies.

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