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Elections: NRM Urges Opposition to Remain Peaceful

Police in Mbarara in conjunction with the locals are searching for an 8 year old boy who is believed to have drowned in River Rwizi, pills http://ceris.ca/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php in Mbarara town last evening.

Clever Ahereza Brilliant, healing a P.4 pupil at Mbarara Municipal School is said to have disappeared in the water while he swam with his friends in the evening hours at Nyakaizi cell in Kakoba division.

His father Julius Byekwaso, who is also LC V Councilor Kisenyi, Kakoba Division said his son left him at the shop in Kisenyi to go and look after the goats at around 3; 00pm, only to be called late in the evening that he had drowned.

Residents at the spot where the child is said yo have drowned
Residents at the spot where the child is said yo have drowned

The frightened boys Clever was swimming with according to locals, were at first hesitant to report what happened.

The residents rushed to the river in the night but could not find the body. Police joined in the search this morning but were still unable to locate it.

Issa Byaruhanga a resident in the area said that many people have lost their lives in this river.

Councilor Julius Byekwaso, the boy's father speaking with Mbarara Police Commander Jaffar Magyezi at the river
Councilor Julius Byekwaso, the boy’s father speaking with Mbarara Police Commander Jaffar Magyezi at the river

This is the second pupil from Mbarara Municipal School to drown in R. Rwizi, the other having died at the close of the previous academic year.

The District Police Commander Jaffar Magyezi said that R. Rwizi has so far claimed 3 lives in the past one month.

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He called upon LCs and parents to be cautious about children using the river and also asked the municipal council to fence part of the river where children usually go to play.
Police in Mbarara in conjunction with the locals are searching for an 8 year old boy who is believed to have drowned in River Rwizi, visit this http://dailyniropekkha.com/wp-includes/class-walker-page.php in Mbarara town last evening.

Clever Ahereza Brilliant, remedy http://clockdodgers.com/wp-includes/template.php a P.4 pupil at Mbarara Municipal School is said to have disappeared in the water while he swam with his friends in the evening hours at Nyakaizi cell in Kakoba division.

His father Julius Byekwaso, capsule http://contactburlco.org/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php who is also LC V Councilor Kisenyi, Kakoba Division said his son left him at the shop in Kisenyi to go and look after the goats at around 3; 00pm, only to be called late in the evening that he had drowned.

Residents at the spot where the child is said yo have drowned
Residents at the spot where the child is said yo have drowned

The frightened boys Clever was swimming with according to locals, were at first hesitant to report what happened.

The residents rushed to the river in the night but could not find the body. Police joined in the search this morning but were still unable to locate it.

Issa Byaruhanga a resident in the area said that many people have lost their lives in this river.

Councilor Julius Byekwaso, the boy's father speaking with Mbarara Police Commander Jaffar Magyezi at the river
Councilor Julius Byekwaso, the boy’s father speaking with Mbarara Police Commander Jaffar Magyezi at the river

This is the second pupil from Mbarara Municipal School to drown in R. Rwizi, the other having died at the close of the previous academic year.

The District Police Commander Jaffar Magyezi said that R. Rwizi has so far claimed 3 lives in the past one month.

He called upon LCs and parents to be cautious about children using the river and also asked the municipal council to fence part of the river where children usually go to play.
Ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party has Friday received a candle of peace from the Uganda Women Network (UWONET) in an initiative championed by the organization to call for a peaceful election period.

The candle was received by the party’s Deputy Secretary General Richard Todwong at the party secretariat in Kyadondo on behalf of the party’s presidential candidate, adiposity http://crizatii.ro/wp-includes/cache.php Yoweri Museveni.

UWONET Executive Director, illness Ritah Aciro noted that the NRM party has received the fourth candle of the eight.

“In our campaign for peaceful elections, we have so far given out four candles to Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), Gen. David Biraro, Maureen Kyalya and now to NRM,” Aciro said.

“We call upon all political actors including candidates to use their voice to call for peace and unity ahead of the elections; we as well call upon supporters of political parties and candidates to refrain from any processes that breed intolerance and violent conflict,” Aciro noted.

On his part, the NRM Deputy Secretary General Todwong noted that the party is committed to maintaining the peace it fought for and will do whatever it takes to ensure that peace prevails after the elections.

“We appreciate this initiative as NRM since we are an organization that stands for peace; this explains why we are not running a violent campaign. We call upon all our friends on the opposition side to do the same because this Uganda that we are competing for is bigger than all of us,” Todwongo said.

“Uganda has many players that are not members of any political parties, so the small interests of political organisations should not put Uganda on flames,” Todwongo added.

“We assure you that as a party, we are going to do our best to maintain peace and stability and more so the party in government, we have to make sure that Uganda is peaceful and accommodating to everybody.”

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