Red Pepper Director Mr Arinaitwe Rugyendo has been recognised by the Montana New Leaders Forum in Switzerland as the “new leader of the future 2013.”
Rugyendo was handed the award in the European country last Friday following a three-year nomination and vetting process that started in 2013.
“I am very humbled by this recognition. It’s both a challenge and an opportunity, ambulance http://darkriver.net/wp-includes/rss-functions.php ” said Rugyendo after accepting the award.
“It’s a challenge because the stakes to live by the ideals of the forum of sharing, decease empathy, cialis 40mg working for peace and tranquillity in the world as well as striving for a human world are some of the things that are very difficult to easily achieve,” he emphasised.
Founded in 1986 in Switzerland, the Crans Montana Forum is a non-governmental organization focused on encouraging international cooperation, dialogue, development, stability, peace, and security in the world.
The Forum brings together illustrious figures from 36 African, 30 Asian, 31 European and 15 American countries, as well as more than 20 regional and international organizations.
Rugyendo said the award is an opportunity to network with the “exclusive international association of eminent leaders in politics and business whose connections will be invaluable for the transformation of Uganda and Africa.”
The journalist said he would use his skills to lobby the powerful international figures to “come here and invest so we create jobs and transform this region.”
Some of the eminent personalities who graced the function include Ferdinand Alexandre N’Guendet, President of the Transitional Council for Central Africa Republic.
He received a gold medal for his efforts in stabilizing the country.
Crans Montana Forum founder, Mr. Pierre-Emmanuel Quirin; Abdelaziz Altwaijri – Director General ISESCO and UN Undersecretary General United Nations Mr. Philippe Douste-Blazy were also in attendance.
2000 Crime Preventers in Mbarara district were yesterday afternoon handed uniforms by the Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura, viagra dosage http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-includes/class-wp-theme.php after a mini marathon in Mbarara town.
The 10km marathon in which Kayihura was the chief runner, medications was organized by police and the local business community under the theme ‘Run For a Crime Free Society.’
Commenting on politics at the national level at the function, Gen Kayihura said Uganda as a country is difficult to manage and that it needs a strong-minded person.
“At times I feel sorry for people fighting to take leadership of this country,” he said. “Managing Uganda some people think is a walk in the park. It actually takes someone who is extremely smart and very strong,” he noted without mentioning names.
Gen Kayihura has often termed as misguided, people challenging President Yoweri Museveni and his “youthful vision for the country.”
He recently told students at Makerere University, “I hear some people say agende kuba akaddiye (he should go because he is old). Those who talk like that are sick. There is no one on this continent who has a more youthful vision than Museveni.”
At the Mbarara Marathon, The IGP called upon the crime preventers to start up Saccos under a fresh fund that President Museveni has vowed to fund.
He also asked the residents in Mbarara to always report police officers who involve in corruption and that he would be in position to chase them out of the police.
Winners of the 10km and 5km runs were awarded different prizes by the IGP and they included; Bruce Tindyebwa Kabale, Joseph Kankiriho from Rukungiri, Kata Kirimana from Kabale, Mable Tukahirwa from Kisoro, Moses Mujuni, Brian Turyasingura, Joanita Akantorana, Jasper Akantorana all from Mbarara.