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Gashumba at War with Ritah Kagwa over Daughter’s Tuition

MTN Uganda has emerged as overall winner for 2014, information pills http://cnafinance.com/wp-content/themes/newspaper/includes/wp_booster/demo/td_theme_style.php in the annual MTN Group staff voluntarism initiative known as Y’ello Care, remedy http://ciprs.cusat.ac.in/wp-includes/simplepie/cache.php  a popular employee volunteer initiative in MTN markets which comes with a Prize money to the tune of US$ 100, hospital http://ceris.ca/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-popup/views/network.php 000.( Ushs 267,000,000).  From the East to the West, then the North to the South West of Uganda, MTN Uganda staff traversed the country to spread Y’ello care during the 21 days of Y’ello care MTN initiative and now, their effort have paid off.

Breaking the good news to Uganda, Paul Norman, MTN Group Chief Human Resources and Corporate Affairs Officer said, “MTN Uganda is a worthy recipient of this year’s Group President and CEO Award. I am confident that their exemplary Y’ello Care activities will positively impact thousands of lives in the five regions where they’ve been rolled out.”

MTN Uganda CEO, Brian Gouldie was on hand to receive the trophy and first prize cheque of US$100 000 to re-invest in community initiatives in Uganda. MTN Cameroon secured the first runner-up prize, MTN Ivory Coast was named second runner-up, MTN Rwanda came in fourth place and MTN Business Kenya fifth.

Gouldie expressed pride in his operation’s success. However, he noted that the prize is not about employees. “Our employees are being recognised for creating a platform to be part of the transformation of Ugandan society. MTN Uganda staff have fully embraced this campaign and it’s merely a bonus that we have been recognized.

The staff successfully collaborated across functions during the campaign, and were committed to making a difference in their communities.” He said.

During the initiative, MTN Uganda employees rallied together to refurbish and provide equipment to ICT Hubs in five regions across Uganda. The “Rural Digitization through Regional ICT Hubs” initiative will benefit nearly 100 000 people in the East, West, North, Central and South West regions of the country. A separate project focused on ICT for learners with disabilities has seen the installation of JAWS software on workstations at the Hornby Secondary School of the blind.

Gouldie noted that four key aspects stood out for Uganda during the Y’ello Care activities:

  1. The spirit of voluntarism with Uganda showing an excellent turn out of over 1000 employees, giving MTN Uganda 100% employee participation.
  1. Inclusiveness since Uganda campaign focused on some of the most marginalized groups of society, the rural populations and the disabled.
  1. MTN Uganda leveraged their regional sales and distribution channels for the 21 Days campaign, helping to build relationships while also utilising regional knowledge business relationships for community work.
  2. Excellent use of digital technologies and content throughout the campaign, including some innovative tech solutions for disabled learners.

MTN Group CEO and President Mr. Sifiso Dabengwa congratulated MTN Uganda for what he referred to as exemplary campaign.

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“MTN Uganda put together an exemplary campaign this year. From planning to implementation to volunteer participation, MTN Uganda’s approach was backed with clear objectives and strong commitment from the organizing team and the staff.  The Employee Consultative Committee were able to leverage their divisions for much of the planning and research work. This approach harnessed the local knowledge and relationships between staff teams to provide useful insight and connections in the planning process” Dabengwa said.

The 2014 edition of the programme saw 9571 enthusiastic MTN staff from 17 Opcos participate, to make a difference in the lives of the communities across its footprint. They got their hands dirty and participated in a number of education-related activities that resonated with its Corporate Social Investment (CSI) strategy.
The Second Deputy Prime Minister, online http://daiviet.us/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php Gen Moses Ali, stuff http://cehurd.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-terms-endpoint.php has disowned recent remarks he reportedly made about former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, price and attacked media for depicting him thus and causing hatred for the embattled NRM Secretary General in the country.

Gen Ali told dozens of parliamentary journalists at Imperial Royale hotel on Thursday that his comments were not in any way pointed to the former premier.

Ali is quoted to have referred to Mbabazi as a snake, which had been chased out of the NRM party by President Museveni.

While speaking to hundreds of locals in Adjumani at the celebration of the International Peace Day in September, Ali reportedly expressed gratitude to have survived the latest shuffle, and that the ruling party used smoke to chase the ‘snake’ away.

Today he said the remarks were published out of context.

“I only told my people that the normal practice when a snake enters your house and you don’t know where it is, it is dangerous to follow it with fire because you might step on its tail,” he said.

“The best practice therefore is to burn rubber and close the door; it will come out by itself. I never mentioned any names, even if you take me to court.”

Ali said there was nothing wrong with his observation, and cautioned the media to stop speculating when writing stories.

“You are giving wrong information to the people. You are not contemplating. Why do you put words in my mouth?” charged Gen Ali.

By making such insinuations, the General added, media was dangerously breeding enmity, hatred and incitement in society.

Gen Ali’s comments come just a day after Gen Kahinda Otafiire warned journalists against “invading the privacy” of Mbabazi and “harassing him and his family”.

Otafiire said Mbabazi, who was recently forced to take leave as SG by the NRM Central Executive Committee, “has not committed any crime. You journalists should leave him alone.”

Observers say the latest developments point to government’s plan to avoid washing its dirty linen in the public.

The controversies and negative media coverage triggered by the sacking of Mbabazi as Prime Minister coupled with a forced leave from his position as SG seem to have unsettled the ruling party.

As NRM prepares for the National Delegates Conference on December 15, it would want to have good media publicity – a reason the likes of Generals Otafiire and Ali are avoiding any remarks that could be point to the party’s internal disharmony.
The Second Deputy Prime Minister, what is ed http://conforms.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-install.php Gen Moses Ali, ambulance has disowned recent remarks he reportedly made about former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, buy and attacked media for depicting him thus and causing hatred for the embattled NRM Secretary General in the country.

Gen Ali told dozens of parliamentary journalists at Imperial Royale hotel on Thursday that his comments were not in any way pointed to the former premier.

Ali is quoted to have referred to Mbabazi as a snake, which had been chased out of the NRM party by President Museveni.

While speaking to hundreds of locals in Adjumani at the celebration of the International Peace Day in September, Ali reportedly expressed gratitude to have survived the latest shuffle, and that the ruling party used smoke to chase the ‘snake’ away.

Today he said the remarks were published out of context.

“I only told my people that the normal practice when a snake enters your house and you don’t know where it is, it is dangerous to follow it with fire because you might step on its tail,” he said.

“The best practice therefore is to burn rubber and close the door; it will come out by itself. I never mentioned any names, even if you take me to court.”

Ali said there was nothing wrong with his observation, and cautioned the media to stop speculating when writing stories.

“You are giving wrong information to the people. You are not contemplating. Why do you put words in my mouth?” charged Gen Ali.

By making such insinuations, the General added, media was dangerously breeding enmity, hatred and incitement in society.

Gen Ali’s comments come just a day after Gen Kahinda Otafiire warned journalists against “invading the privacy” of Mbabazi and “harassing him and his family”.

Otafiire said Mbabazi, who was recently forced to take leave as SG by the NRM Central Executive Committee, “has not committed any crime. You journalists should leave him alone.”

Observers say the latest developments point to government’s plan to avoid washing its dirty linen in the public.

The controversies and negative media coverage triggered by the sacking of Mbabazi as Prime Minister coupled with a forced leave from his position as SG seem to have unsettled the ruling party.

As NRM prepares for the National Delegates Conference on December 15, it would want to have good media publicity – a reason the likes of Generals Otafiire and Ali are avoiding any remarks that could be point to the party’s internal disharmony.
Controversial City motivational speaker, drug http://certoclear.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugins-list-table.php Frank Gashumba has come out and blasted Ugandan social media zealots living in the diaspora; Ritah Love Kagwa and Jaksaw Reech for starting a foundation to contribute school fees for his other daughter, website like this http://chakraboosters.com/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader.php Catherine Mutesi Gashumba.

Most people in Uganda probably knew who Frank Gashumba and that he fathers Tv host and model, medications Sheila Gashumba but what we recently came to light is that he has a second daughter by the names, Catherine Mutesi Gashumba.

Ritah Kagwa recently posted on Facebook that Cathy didn’t have money for tuition as his motor mouthed father had refused to pay for her education and called upon all kind hearted Ugandans to contribute whatever they could to help send the girl to school.

She also remarked that Cathy has been taken to mediocre schools while Sheila had attended the most expensive international schools in the land.

Gashumba, in a recent interview, had no kind words for the two media ethusiasts calling them failures in life who just hate on him and his family.

Gashumba went ahead to call Ritah Kagwa a pig and an ape whose whole body is fake, plastic and ugly.

He then advised people not to download Ritah’s pictures as they have viruses and might make their phones to black out. He then said that Jaksaw Reech is an askari in London and can’t contribute anything for his daughter.

Kagwa however has posted on Facebook that tuition money to take Cathy through campus for all the three years has been generated. She thanked all those that were kind enough to contribute the little they could.

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