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President Yoweri Museveni has said opposition coalition The Democratic Alliance [TDA] was bound to fail because it was not built on strong pillars.

Museveni said there was no element of unity within the parties that formed the alliance and the coalition was therefore destined to fail.

“I heard some fellows talking of a coalition and I laughed at them. There were many divisions and it could not stand the test of time, decease http://centruldedic.ro/wp-includes/class-wp-http-response.php ” Museveni told a rally at Bishop Teaching College playgrounds, http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-admin/includes/template.php Ngora Municipality, http://decksplushouston.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/cache/package.module.cache.php Ngora district.

The president likened the TDA situation to the post-independence era where no party was able to stand for long because they had been built on either religious or tribal basis.

“You can only reap what you sow. At independence the Democratic Party was for Catholics, UPC for Protestants and the Kabaka Yekka for Baganda. There was nothing like unity .It took only 4 years and in 1966 the then Prime Minister Obote had suspended the constitution,” the President added.

He said that almost all the problems Uganda has faced are due to lack of total unity adding that the ruling NRM party has defied odds and preached unity which has driven the country to greater heights.

“They (TDA) could not come together but the NRM has shown that unity can bring about development. The electricity in almost all areas of the country doesn’t discriminate that you are a Catholic, Protestant or Muslim. You all enjoy it.”
Museveni said that the NRM government does not believe in tribes or religious sectarianism but unity among all people adding that because of the concept government has been able to restore peace in Northern Uganda and also disarm the Karamajong warriors.

Museveni urged the people of Ngora to vote for only the ruling NRM party members as these would be able to work with him and help develop their area.

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He cited the State Minister for Tourism Agnes Akiror whom he said was wooed from FDC and has benefited her area, Ngora.

“She was in FDC and I could see her in corridors. I told her I was the head of government and I wanted her to be near me if the people of Ngora were to benefit,” Museveni said.

“Because she is near me, your area has been able to get electricity unlike before.”
Uganda premier league secretariat has postponed three games that were earlier scheduled for Tuesday 8th December. The matches involve players who featured for the 2015 Cecafa Senior Challenge champions, information pills http://demo.des.net.id/sejahteraabadi/wp-includes/load.php   Uganda Cranes.

Among the matches that have been called off involve Vipers, help http://chemspec-api.com/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php Kcca fc and Bright Stars.

“The Uganda Premier League Secretariat is in receipt of a communication from the Federation informing us that the National team players are still held for national duty and will not be available until Wednesday 9th December 2015. Accordingly, viagra order the following fixtures have been postponed and the new dates will be communicated later,” the secretariat announced.

Tuesday schedule:
Four matches will go on as scheduled and they include Saints away trip to Jinja to face Eastern giants Bul Fc, SC Villa hosting army side Simba fc and cash strapped SC Victoria fc against JMC Hippos at Namboole stadium.

Sadolin Paints Fc will look to revive survival fight against Soana in Kavumba RC.

Post poned matches:
Maroons FC Vs Bright Stars FC, Luzira Prisons Grounds

Express FC Vs
Vipers SC, Wankulukuku Stadium

URA FC Vs KCCA FC,
Mehta Stadium-Lugazi

Tuesday fixture:
SC VU Vs JMC Hippos FC – Namboole.

Soana FC Vs Sadolin Paints FC – Kavumba

SC Villa Vs Simba FC – Nakivubo

BUL FC Vs The Saints FC – Kakindu Stadium, Jinja

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