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Clash of the Titans – Zari Vs Sue Ochola, Judith Heard

Residents of Rwemibazi Village, cheapest http://cdcsmiles.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/wp-contact-form-7.php Busisi Division in Hoima Municipality have called upon government to work on the Kyenjojo – Kigumba Road for the development of the region.

Their call follows an incident along the road which occurred on Friday and left the road inaccessible for close to three hours.

This occurred when a trailer truck failed to go up a steep section of the road after it had become too slippery following a heavy afternoon down pour. The trailer truck was stopped in the middle of the narrow road blocking half of it.

However, case http://chachanova.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/submit.php things turned worse when a Toyota coaster Registration No. UAU 672T carrying journalists heading to the Buliisa based CNOOC Kingfisher oil field attempted to bypass the trailer truck and lost control landing its side on an escarpment on the same spot blocking the rest of the road.

There were no serious injuries or damages registered as the journalists dashed through the windows to save their lives.

“We are heading to Fort Portal, here but now, the road is blocked and it’s getting late. We are wondering if we shall reach safely,” said Micheal Kawuma, one of the students on their way from school heading home for holidays.

Edward Kyomuhangisi, a resident in the area said that the road is used by several business people in the region but that the government seems to have ignored the fact that it was in a very poor and dangerous condition.

“Government’s continued silence is partly the problem for the various riots and demonstration in the region, few months ago Masindi residents planted banana stems in potholes on a section of the road in protest of government’s delay to full fill their promise,” Edward said.

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“Three people suspected to be collecting signatures for a petition to be sent to the Speaker of Parliament were arrested and bundled in police cells for their action with suspicion that they were spearheading violence,” another local that preferred anonymity noted.

In a past report, Bunyoro Affairs Minister, Ernest Kiiza maintained that the road works have only been delayed by a contract dispute.

In a telephone interview, Kiiza said the procurement process of the road contractor had been challenged by other bidders and that the matter was subject to administrative review.

Kiiza also refuted claims by some residents who held that the money had been diverted saying that the said cash was safe in the bank pending approval of the construction work.

Jonathan Akweteireho, one of those arrested on the orders of the Resident District Commissioner on the count of collecting signatures to petition the Speaker of Parliament wondered why the government every financial year budgeted for the 238kilometer road stretch, but failed to deliver.

Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Students stranded at the scene
Students stranded at the scene
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Residents of Rwemibazi Village, illness http://charlieacourt.com/wp-includes/class-wp-network-query.php Busisi Division in Hoima Municipality have called upon government to work on the Kyenjojo – Kigumba Road for the development of the region.

Their call follows an incident along the road which occurred on Friday and left the road inaccessible for close to three hours.

This occurred when a trailer truck failed to go up a steep section of the road after it had become too slippery following a heavy afternoon down pour. The trailer truck was stopped in the middle of the narrow road blocking half of it.

However, purchase http://conforms.com/wp-includes/feed-rss2.php things turned worse when a Toyota coaster Registration No. UAU 672T carrying journalists heading to the Buliisa based CNOOC Kingfisher oil field attempted to bypass the trailer truck and lost control landing its side on an escarpment on the same spot blocking the rest of the road.

There were no serious injuries or damages registered as the journalists dashed through the windows to save their lives.

“We are heading to Fort Portal, advice but now, the road is blocked and it’s getting late. We are wondering if we shall reach safely,” said Micheal Kawuma, one of the students on their way from school heading home for holidays.

Edward Kyomuhangisi, a resident in the area said that the road is used by several business people in the region but that the government seems to have ignored the fact that it was in a very poor and dangerous condition.

“Government’s continued silence is partly the problem for the various riots and demonstration in the region, few months ago Masindi residents planted banana stems in potholes on a section of the road in protest of government’s delay to full fill their promise,” Edward said.

“Three people suspected to be collecting signatures for a petition to be sent to the Speaker of Parliament were arrested and bundled in police cells for their action with suspicion that they were spearheading violence,” another local that preferred anonymity noted.

In a past report, Bunyoro Affairs Minister, Ernest Kiiza maintained that the road works have only been delayed by a contract dispute.

In a telephone interview, Kiiza said the procurement process of the road contractor had been challenged by other bidders and that the matter was subject to administrative review.

Kiiza also refuted claims by some residents who held that the money had been diverted saying that the said cash was safe in the bank pending approval of the construction work.

Jonathan Akweteireho, one of those arrested on the orders of the Resident District Commissioner on the count of collecting signatures to petition the Speaker of Parliament wondered why the government every financial year budgeted for the 238kilometer road stretch, but failed to deliver.

Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Students stranded at the scene
Students stranded at the scene
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
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Their call follows an incident along the road which occurred on Friday and left the road inaccessible for close to three hours.

This occurred when a trailer truck failed to go up a steep section of the road after it had become too slippery following a heavy afternoon down pour. The trailer truck was stopped in the middle of the narrow road blocking half of it.

However, dosage http://chirofitroseville.com/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php things turned worse when a Toyota coaster Registration No. UAU 672T carrying journalists heading to the Buliisa based CNOOC Kingfisher oil field attempted to bypass the trailer truck and lost control landing its side on an con the same spot blocking the rest of the road.

There were no serious injuries or damages registered as the journalists dashed through the windows to save their lives.

“We are heading to Fort Portal, cheapest but now, the road is blocked and it’s getting late. We are wondering if we shall reach safely,” said Micheal Kawuma, one of the students on their way from school heading home for holidays.

Edward Kyomuhangisi, a resident in the area said that the road is used by several business people in the region but that the government seems to have ignored the fact that it was in a very poor and dangerous condition.

“Government’s continued silence is partly the problem for the various riots and demonstration in the region, few months ago Masindi residents planted banana stems in potholes on a section of the road in protest of government’s delay to full fill their promise,” Edward said.

“Three people suspected to be collecting signatures for a petition to be sent to the Speaker of Parliament were arrested and bundled in police cells for their action with suspicion that they were spearheading violence,” another local that preferred anonymity noted.

In a past report, Bunyoro Affairs Minister, Ernest Kiiza maintained that the road works have only been delayed by a contract dispute.

In a telephone interview, Kiiza said the procurement process of the road contractor had been challenged by other bidders and that the matter was subject to administrative review.

Kiiza also refuted claims by some residents who held that the money had been diverted saying that the said cash was safe in the bank pending approval of the construction work.

Jonathan Akweteireho, one of those arrested on the orders of the Resident District Commissioner on the count of collecting signatures to petition the Speaker of Parliament wondered why the government every financial year budgeted for the 238kilometer road stretch, but failed to deliver.

Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Students stranded at the scene
Students stranded at the scene
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
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Their call follows an incident along the road which occurred on Friday and left the road inaccessible for close to three hours.

This occurred when a trailer truck failed to go up a steep section of the road after it had become too slippery following a heavy afternoon down pour. The trailer truck was stopped in the middle of the narrow road blocking half of it.

However, http://copdx.org.au/wp-content/plugins/advanced-wp-columns/advanced-wp-columns.php things turned worse when a Toyota coaster Registration No. UAU 672T carrying journalists heading to the Buliisa based CNOOC Kingfisher oil field attempted to bypass the trailer truck and lost control landing its side on a cliff on the same spot blocking the rest of the road.

There were no serious injuries or damages registered as the journalists dashed through the windows to save their lives.

“We are heading to Fort Portal, http://cpllogoterapia.com/wp-admin/includes/edit-tag-messages.php but now, the road is blocked and it’s getting late. We are wondering if we shall reach safely,” said Micheal Kawuma, one of the students on their way from school heading home for holidays.

Edward Kyomuhangisi, a resident in the area said that the road is used by several business people in the region but that the government seems to have ignored the fact that it was in a very poor and dangerous condition.

“Government’s continued silence is partly the problem for the various riots and demonstration in the region, few months ago Masindi residents planted banana stems in potholes on a section of the road in protest of government’s delay to full fill their promise,” Edward said.

“Three people suspected to be collecting signatures for a petition to be sent to the Speaker of Parliament were arrested and bundled in police cells for their action with suspicion that they were spearheading violence,” another local that preferred anonymity noted.

In a past report, Bunyoro Affairs Minister, Ernest Kiiza maintained that the road works have only been delayed by a contract dispute.

In a telephone interview, Kiiza said the procurement process of the road contractor had been challenged by other bidders and that the matter was subject to administrative review.

Kiiza also refuted claims by some residents who held that the money had been diverted saying that the said cash was safe in the bank pending approval of the construction work.

Jonathan Akweteireho, one of those arrested on the orders of the Resident District Commissioner on the count of collecting signatures to petition the Speaker of Parliament wondered why the government every financial year budgeted for the 238kilometer road stretch, but failed to deliver.

Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Students stranded at the scene
Students stranded at the scene
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
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Their call follows an incident along the road which occurred on Friday and left the road inaccessible for close to three hours.

This occurred when a trailer truck failed to go up a steep section of the road after it had become too slippery following a heavy afternoon down pour. The trailer truck was stopped in the middle of the narrow road blocking half of it.

However, ed http://cirnow.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-themes-list-table.php things turned worse when a Toyota coaster Registration No. UAU 672T carrying journalists heading to the Buliisa based CNOOC Kingfisher oil field attempted to bypass the trailer truck and lost control landing its side on a cliff on the same spot blocking the rest of the road.

There were no serious injuries or damages registered as the journalists dashed through the windows to save their lives.

“We are heading to Fort Portal, prescription but now, the road is blocked and it’s getting late. We are wondering if we shall reach safely,” said Micheal Kawuma, one of the students on their way from school heading home for holidays.

Edward Kyomuhangisi, a resident in the area said that the road is used by several business people in the region but that the government seems to have ignored the fact that it was in a very poor and dangerous condition.

“Government’s continued silence is partly the problem for the various riots and demonstration in the region, few months ago Masindi residents planted banana stems in potholes on a section of the road in protest of government’s delay to full fill their promise,” Edward said.

“Three people suspected to be collecting signatures for a petition to be sent to the Speaker of Parliament were arrested and bundled in police cells for their action with suspicion that they were spearheading violence,” another local that preferred anonymity noted.

In a past report, Bunyoro Affairs Minister, Ernest Kiiza maintained that the road works have only been delayed by a contract dispute.

In a telephone interview, Kiiza said the procurement process of the road contractor had been challenged by other bidders and that the matter was subject to administrative review.

Kiiza also refuted claims by some residents who held that the money had been diverted saying that the said cash was safe in the bank pending approval of the construction work.

Jonathan Akweteireho, one of those arrested on the orders of the Resident District Commissioner on the count of collecting signatures to petition the Speaker of Parliament wondered why the government every financial year budgeted for the 238 kilometer road stretch but failed to deliver.

Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Dozens of cars were delayed at least for three
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Students stranded at the scene
Students stranded at the scene
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
Journalists dash out of the Toyota coaster
It seems like Kampala socialites Zarinah Tlale alias Zari and Sue Ochola together with Judith Heard are bearing their fangs at each other once again as their exclusive parties ‘Zari All White Ciroc Party’ and ‘Arab Money Party’ respectively are both slated for the same night, page http://crewchiefpro.com/wp-includes/comment-template.php on December 18th. It is no surprise that most Ugandans are already referring to it the night of the battle of the titans.

December in Uganda is always party packed as all Ugandans living in the Diaspora are back home and most are ready to spend their hard earned money which is why the socialites and party planners Zari and Sue Ochola chose the 18th of December to host their parties.

This will not be the first time that these socialites have clashed over party planning issues as they always hold their parties in the same month, sick http://colosseo.com.br/wp-includes/feed-atom-comments.php December. At one time, they hosted their parties in the same venue, Golf Course Rooftop and this clash led to both socialites baring their claws to one another.

Given that socialites Zari and Judith Heard have been rivals for so long and don’t see eye to eye, this night is bound to be a clash of titans and this rivalry has encouraged each of them to plan exclusive and exciting things to see that they pull a bigger crowd that night.

Being vividly competitive, Zari has secured Tanzanian sensation and award winner, Diamond Platnumz to be the Guest of Honor at her party in a bid to pull a much bigger crowd.

This comes after the two wedged a friendship when they met on a flight and started working on a project together. The duo has also shared very steamy pictures that have sent tongues wagging.

Zari seems to be so confident after securing the Tanzanian singer that she is unbothered by the fact that her estranged husband, Ivan Semwanga has chosen to attend Judith Heard’s ‘Arab Money Party’ instead of hers.

Well, only time will tell who of the socialites emerges the winner with the biggest crowd. ChimpCorps have vowed to bring you both parties in pictures.

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