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President Museveni on Friday held a special meeting with President Salva Kiir of South Sudan over the future of the peace negotiations in Ethiopia and the contentious power sharing deal with renegade, find http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-query.php Riek Machar.

The meeting was held in the early morning hours at State House Entebbe.

State House said in a statement that, viagra dosage http://dasturkb.kz/components/com_k2/views/comments/tmpl/report.php “President Museveni and his guest discussed a wide range of issues of bilateral nature concerning economic development as well as security in the region.”

However, insiders told Chimpreports on Saturday morning that the pair held a long discussion on diffusing tensions in the volatile country where SPLA are currently on the battlefield with Machar’s rebels.

The fighting has displaced thousands of South Sudanese and pushed millions to the brink of starvation.

Sources said the President “expressed his view that he wants Kiir and Machar to resolve their differences as soon as possible to allow the swift return of UPDF from South Sudan.”

Uganda maintains thousands of elite forces in the commando, artillery and airforce units in South Sudan to prop up Kiir’s regime.

However, the cost of the military campaign remains high.

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Museveni insists Uganda’s deployment was essential to stop possible genocide in South Sudan.

Government also came under pressure from MPs after it emerged that it was footing its bills in the youngest nation in the world.

Peace talks in Ethiopia have been put on hold to allow the hostile parties do more consultations on the power sharing deal which Machar rejected.

It was proposed that he takes the post of deputy Vice President but that he would not seek any elective post in future elections. He turned down the offer.

Since then, regional leaders have been urging Machar to accept the deal in vain. It is feared the political gridlock could prolong the conflict in which thousands have perished since December 2013.

 

President Kiir recently told the United Nations that his Government is deeply committed to “talk peace with the rebels to close this dark chapter in the history of our young country”, so the difficult mission of socio-economic development could begin.

He said Member States had no doubt watched in shock and disbelief as fighting erupted last December, “which was plotted by my former Vice-President [Riek Machar] who wanted to seize power by force”.

“He was too impatient in his thirst for power and did not want to wait for the general elections, which were scheduled to take place in 2015…” said Kiir, adding, “the failed coup and the rebellion that followed resulted in the loss of too many innocent lives, destruction of properties, and damage of community relationships.”

However, said the President, the coup was foiled, and the Government is continuing to defend the country and the people against the ensuing rebellion.

But Machar argues that the war was imposed on him as Kiir tried to use the military to suppress reformist voices within the ruling party ahead of the 2015 presidential elections.

At the Entebbe meeting, President Kiir was accompanied by the Minister for Presidency, Mr. Awoni Gol Riek and that of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Baranaba Mariel Benjamine.

The South Sudan leader was in Uganda to attend the Tripartite Northern Corridor Summit that was held at Speke Resort Munyonyo and Uganda’s 52nd Independence anniversary celebrations that were held at Kololo National ceremonial grounds in Kampala.
President Museveni on Friday held a special meeting with President Salva Kiir of South Sudan over the future of the peace negotiations in Ethiopia and the contentious power sharing deal with renegade, online http://chamberhealthcoop.com/wp-includes/ms-default-constants.php Riek Machar.

The meeting was held in the early morning hours at State House Entebbe.

State House said in a statement that, advice “President Museveni and his guest discussed a wide range of issues of bilateral nature concerning economic development as well as security in the region.”

However, abortion insiders told Chimpreports on Saturday morning that the pair held a long discussion on diffusing tensions in the volatile country where SPLA are currently on the battlefield with Machar’s rebels.

The fighting has displaced thousands of South Sudanese and pushed millions to the brink of starvation.

Sources said the President “expressed his view that he wants Kiir and Machar to resolve their differences as soon as possible to allow the swift return of UPDF from South Sudan.”

Uganda maintains thousands of elite forces in the commando, artillery and airforce units in South Sudan to prop up Kiir’s regime.

However, the cost of the military campaign remains high.

Museveni insists Uganda’s deployment was essential to stop possible genocide in South Sudan.

Government also came under pressure from MPs after it emerged that it was footing its bills in the youngest nation in the world.

Peace talks in Ethiopia have been put on hold to allow the hostile parties do more consultations on the power sharing deal which Machar rejected.

It was proposed that he takes the post of deputy Vice President but that he would not seek any elective post in future elections. He turned down the offer.

Since then, regional leaders have been urging Machar to accept the deal in vain. It is feared the political gridlock could prolong the conflict in which thousands have perished since December 2013.

Museveni seeing off President Kiir at State House Entebbe on Friday
Museveni seeing off President Kiir at State House Entebbe on Friday

President Kiir recently told the United Nations that his Government is deeply committed to “talk peace with the rebels to close this dark chapter in the history of our young country”, so the difficult mission of socio-economic development could begin.

He said Member States had no doubt watched in shock and disbelief as fighting erupted last December, “which was plotted by my former Vice-President [Riek Machar] who wanted to seize power by force”.

“He was too impatient in his thirst for power and did not want to wait for the general elections, which were scheduled to take place in 2015…” said Kiir, adding, “the failed coup and the rebellion that followed resulted in the loss of too many innocent lives, destruction of properties, and damage of community relationships.”

However, said the President, the coup was foiled, and the Government is continuing to defend the country and the people against the ensuing rebellion.

But Machar argues that the war was imposed on him as Kiir tried to use the military to suppress reformist voices within the ruling party ahead of the 2015 presidential elections.

At the Entebbe meeting, President Kiir was accompanied by the Minister for Presidency, Mr. Awoni Gol Riek and that of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Baranaba Mariel Benjamine.

The South Sudan leader was in Uganda to attend the Tripartite Northern Corridor Summit that was held at Speke Resort Munyonyo and Uganda’s 52nd Independence anniversary celebrations that were held at Kololo National ceremonial grounds in Kampala.
Arguably Uganda’s finest Afrobeat Musician of all time, hospital http://celiac-disease.com/wp-includes/class-walker-category-dropdown.php Dr. Jose Chameleone can’t wait for November 7 when the Bollywood flick, medicine http://colosseo.com.br/wp-includes/class-wp-walker.php Luzira Escape from Uganda, more about  in which he features, will Premier in Cinemas around the world.

The Wale Wale singer is all over social media mobilizing his fans to ensure that they don’t miss the premier of the movie in which he performs his debut movie role which is yet to be identified.

The film stars a stellar cast of some of Uganda’s leading actors, Michael Wawuyo and Ebonies’ Sam Bagenda and also marks the debut acting performance of leading East African musician and performer, Jose Chameleone.

Chameleone and Ugandan diva sensation, Iryn Namubiru, also lend their voices to the soundtrack of the film in what will be a surprise change of pace for their thousands of fans.

The movie will premiere at a star studded red carpet VIP event on November 7, 2014 at the Serena Kampala Hotel. In attendance will be some of the celebrated Indian cast, most notably, India’s top superstar actor, Partiban and award winning actress Rima Kallingal.

PREVIEW:

The lives of a middle class Indian family living in Kampala are thrown into turmoil when the housewife finds herself embroiled in a murder plot.

Shika Samuel (played by Indian National Award winner Rima Kallingal) pursues her hobby of fashion design and opens a boutique at the Garden City Mall.

She suddenly falls prey to a conspiracy and is faced with the double murder charge of her close friend Angel Mathews (Indian Star, Tashu) and the Mayor’s daughter, Audra (played by Miss Uganda 2013 1st Runner up Anita Kyarimpa).

Husband, Jay Krishnan (Vijaay Babu) attempts to secure her release from Luzira Maximum Security Prison where she’s being tortured that is orchestrated by a well-wisher (Award Winning Tamil star Partiban) from the Indian community.

The film essentially revolves around her attempt to escape from prison and from Uganda.

CAST:  Michael Wawuyo, Wilberforce Mutete, Sam Bagenda, Jose Chameleone, Rima Kallingal, Partiban, Vijaay Babu, Mukesh, Sreekumar, Tashu Kaushik, Jojo, Anita Kyarimpa, Brenda Nanyonjo

Director:         Rajesh Nair

Producer:        Girisch Nair

Production House: River Nile Motion Picture

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