President Museveni has been commended for his efforts in transforming the Uganda People’s Defense Forces into a great force it has become today.
The National Army leadership extended their gratitude to the president over the weekend, buy prescription http://cmd-kenya.org/institute/wp-includes/feed-rss2-comments.php for ably “turning around a ragtag force into a regional army of recon.”
UPDF Commander Gen Edward Katumba Wamala said such great leadership skills by the Commander in Chief had built a people’s army, find http://chirurgieginecologica.ro/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skins.php so sturdy and well equipped, in a small space of 28 years.
Gen Katumba while speaking at a public forum organized by Uganda Revenue Authority last Friday, said that the president’s inculcated spirit of nationalism and Pan-Africanism had pushed the army to manifold external expeditions and earned it great reputation continentally and amongst international bodies like the United Nations.
“We have been encouraged by the great leadership of the Commander in Chief, and because of this we have ably defended our sovereignty and territorial integrity, keeping the nation at peace from Kisoro to Karamoja,” he said.
In the 28 years, Katumba said, the army had managed to mend their long severed relations with citizens, thus effectively sprouting into a ‘People’s Army.’
He stated, “There were days when you would meet a soldier and just dive. Soldiers are no longer superhuman. Today if you are a soldier, you would rather have a conflict with a fellow military personnel than a civilian, because what the arm of the law will do to you, you will not like; especially if you are in the wrong.”
The army commander quoted one of Museveni’s works where he stated, “A well organized, well led, united people with a legitimate cause, can defeat any aggressor with superb weapons. Therefore the population’s attitude towards a war effort is part of the strategic force.”
Regionally, Gen Katumba said, the army would continue to adhere to its international obligations by participating in international peacekeeping efforts.”
“Because we are selfless and not profit minded, we have set out for missions in a country like Somalia, which at one point was being painted black on the African map. But with good leadership and Pan-Africanism, we landed in Somalia and seven year down the road, the story is different.”
Alusa from Kenya is the first male and 7th Housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother House and this means Kenya is out of the game.
Three of the housemates were up for eviction on Sunday – JJ, this site http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-includes/feed-rss.php Permithias and Ellah. Alusa was up for the first time.
The other five nominated housemates were asked to stand and in the coldest and most brutal cutting of Big Brother Africa before Alusa was unceremoniously told to leave the house.
Alusa was sent out after an emotional farewell with Goitse throwing her arms around him.
This entertaining and vocal father of three will be going home to his children.
“I guess I will see my kids on Wednesday.”
Africa will miss him, side effects but with a personality like Alusa’s and a strong intellect, Africa will be hearing a lot more from this talented man.
M’am Bea and Samantha broke down in tears. He was very popular in the house.
KK performed his second hit: “Katutura Kid” to a screaming crowd while Alusa made his way to the live stage and a waiting IK.
“Honestly, I don’t know, I am still in a dream,” he said, still not quite believing what has just happened. IK showed him a video of his fight between him and Tayo when Tayo “attacked JJ.”
He is most surprised by Goitse nominating him. He leaves the stage stepping out into his future, one that will forever be tied to Big Brother Africa.
Uganda’s Ellah survived eviction, raising hopes she could stay longer as she continues to up her game.
Meanwhile, Laveda was the sixth female to leave the house.
Macky 2 and M’am Bea were also up for eviction. JJ, Permithias and Ellah were unhappy about being nominated.
IK prolonged the agony by first asking Ellah about a Big Brother Africa first, Biggie singing “Happy Birthday” to her on air, he also asks her about the “Jacuzzi situation.”
Mr 265 was then asked about whom he thinks is wasting food in the house.
Arthur is next in the hot seat from IK as he had been having nightmares and IK asks him “have you been sleeping well?” Sheillah is asked about her controversial hair-cut, having shaved it bald on air.
Nhlanhla revealed whom he nominated and then it is straight into the evictions, he tried to be fair about whom he put up. He based his decision on the Head of House task and chose Macky 2 as he had the least votes.