United States President Barrack Obama is sending in a new ambassador to Kampala.
“In the new year, cheapest there http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-3e902b3fa7b5800eccc438c2e7b34fe4.php we’re getting a new Ambassador here at the U.S. Embassy!” announced the embassy on Monday evening.
Ambassador Deborah Malac who was confirmed by Senate at close of last year as the new U.S. Ambassador to Uganda is set to arrive in the county.
Mrs. Patricia Mahoney has been serving as Deputy Chief of Mission since September last year when Scott De Lisi left the country.
The new Ambassador Deborah Malac has served in the US Foreign Service for 3 decades.
She has vastly served in Africa, information pills http://csanz.edu.au/wp-content/themes/yoo_unity_wp/warp/src/warp/asset/filter/cssimportresolverfilter.php her first assignment being in Cameroon in 1981. She was then sent to South Africa, here Senegal, Ethiopia and then Liberia (2012) from where she will be coming to Uganda.
Mrs Malac hopes to farther the firm cooperation between the world super power and the east African nation.
Uganda is being helped by the US to support law enforcement crisis response, counter terrorism investigations, Criminal Justice Sector reforms and border security among other areas.
Forum for Democratic Change Presidential Candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye has promised to pay the entire school fees for 5 year old Simon Peter Besigye, viagra http://chanceandhydrick.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-direct.php who was named after him.
The young Besigye was reportedly born on the same day that Besigye held a campaign rally at Apapai Primary School in Serere District in Eastern Uganda, http://coachypnose.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php during the 2011 presidential race which he lost to incumbent Yoweri Museveni.
His mother says she had come to attend the rally when she gave birth to the boy. She named him after the opposition politician.
While addressing a rally at the same venue this morning, Besigye got to meet for the first time with his young namesake.
Excited about the meeting, Dr Besigye told the crowd that he would take care for the whole of the boys’ education.
Besigye, who is canvassing for votes in the eastern region, was warmly welcomed in Serere District, where hails the opposition party’s Vice President and former Secretary General Hon Alice Alaso.
He is also expected in the districts of Katakwi and Ngora.