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Jennifer Musisi Awarded US Honorary Degree

Telecom giants MTN Uganda in partnership with Hellofood Uganda launched the “Feed a Child” initiative on Wednesday morning.

This initiative follows on from the MTN-Hellofood Xmas Party held in December 2015, for sale http://choladathaicuisine.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-comments-endpoint.php where 230 children from orphanages in Kampala were treated to a day of fun activities and a special meal allowing them to be part of the Holiday season celebrations.

Under this initiative, thumb members of the public can donate a meal to a child in need by visiting the Hellofood website at www.hellofood.ug and clicking on the “Donate a meal” banner. Donations are made using MTN Mobile Money.

The campaign will run from 3rdFeb 2015 to 3rdApril 2015 and proceeds will go to feed a child during the Easter Season through the 40 days over 40 smiles foundation, http://40daysover40smiles.org, a Kampala-based independent youth-led, charity organization.

“One of the key programs areas of 40 days over 40 smiles foundation is food and nutrition which aligns very well with this campaign. Indeed through its track record, we could not have found a better partner and look forward to successfully delivering this initiative,” said Hellofood Managing Director Ron Kawamara.

“As leading brands in the Food business under the MTN-Hello Food partnership, we are excited to launch the “Feed a child” initiative. Together, we are happy to leverage our platforms and services to make the lives of the underprivileged children brighter, said MTN’s Chief Marketing Officer Ms. Mapula Bodibe.

“We call upon everyone to join us in this noble cause, for together we can make a huge difference, she added.
The battle for Buganda region has entered a decisive stage with FDC presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye pulling huge crowds at his rallies in Butambala, viagra dosage http://davescheapbikes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-edit-media-v1-2-endpoint.php Kalungu and Lukaya.

The most dramatic part of Besigye’s trail in the central region occurred Monday in Butambala.

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The area MP Muwanga Kivumbi tried to stick around Besigye hoping to score points from the FDC strongman’s tour.

Kivumbi was a close associate of Dr Besigye with the duo jointly battling sensitive cases against government before the former joined Parliament.

Besigye also campaigned for Kivumbi to become an MP.

However, advice http://darkon.org/wp-admin/includes/noop.php Kivumbi shocked FDC when he chose to support presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi for presidency against Besigye.

Payback time came when Besigye realised that Kivumbi was trailing him in Butambala.

Kivumbi pleading to share a platform with Dr Besigye in Butambala on Monday
Kivumbi pleading to share a platform with Dr Besigye in Butambala on Monday 

Matters worsened when Kivumbi pleaded with Besigye’s aides to share a platform with the FDC candidate.

FDC supporters loudly told Besigye that Kivumbi must stop following him as he belonged to Go Forward camp.

Known for calling a spade a spade, http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-includes/class-wp-tax-query.php Besigye took to the podium where he asked Kivumbi “to tell you (public) where belongs.”

Besigye added: “Kivumbi is my good friend. I have just realised that he has just come on our campaign trail but we know he supports Mbabazi.”

“It is his responsibility to explain to you where he belongs because many of his colleagues (DP MPs) have joined us.”

Kivumbi tried to elaborate that he was part of forces aimed at causing change in the country only to be booed by his own people.

 

Education

In Kalungu District, Besigye toured a dilapidated government primary school in Bukulula Sub-County which he used to justify the need for the change of political leadership for the country to achieve quality education.

He further visited the burial site of the late Vincent Kavuma Nabutongwa who was shot dead by Lt Ramathan Magala at Bulange Mengo during 2006 Presidential campaigns.

Besigye had gone to pay a visit to the firebrand Buganda Kingdom Prime Minister Dan Muliika.

Magala, the then commanding officer of the Reserve Force in Mengo region, tried to drive through Besigye’s crowds gathered at the area, sparking off a fight.

When an FDC supporter hurled a stone at Magala’s vehicle, the soldier opened fire which killed two people. He was later convicted.

Besigye on Tuesday held a huge rally in Lukaya where he was welcomed by the youth, urging a solution to high levels of unemployment.

He was showered with gifts which included fruits and fish.

Besigye was given gifts which included fish
Besigye was given gifts which included fish

(Photos: Francis Bahene)
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The most dramatic part of Besigye’s trail in the central region occurred Monday in Butambala.

The area MP Muwanga Kivumbi tried to stick around Besigye hoping to score points from the FDC strongman’s tour.

Kivumbi was a close associate of Dr Besigye with the duo jointly battling sensitive cases against government before the former joined Parliament.

Besigye also campaigned for Kivumbi to become an MP.

However, http://crcpallc.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/view.html.php Kivumbi shocked FDC when he chose to support presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi for presidency against Besigye.

Payback time came when Besigye realised that Kivumbi was trailing him in Butambala.

Kivumbi pleading to share a platform with Dr Besigye in Butambala on Monday
Kivumbi pleading to share a platform with Dr Besigye in Butambala on Monday

Matters worsened when Kivumbi pleaded with Besigye’s aides to share a platform with the FDC candidate.

FDC supporters loudly told Besigye that Kivumbi must stop following him as he belonged to Go Forward camp.

Known for calling a spade a spade, http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/th.php Besigye took to the podium where he asked Kivumbi “to tell you (public) where belongs.”

Besigye added: “Kivumbi is my good friend. I have just realised that he has just come on our campaign trail but we know he supports Mbabazi.”

“It is his responsibility to explain to you where he belongs because many of his colleagues (DP MPs) have joined us.”

Kivumbi tried to elaborate that he was part of forces aimed at causing change in the country only to be booed by his own people.

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Education

In Kalungu District, Besigye toured a dilapidated government primary school in Bukulula Sub-County which he used to justify the need for the change of political leadership for the country to achieve quality education.

He further visited the burial site of the late Vincent Kavuma Nabutongwa who was shot dead by Lt Ramathan Magala at Bulange Mengo during 2006 Presidential campaigns.

Besigye had gone to pay a visit to the firebrand Buganda Kingdom Prime Minister Dan Muliika.

Magala, the then commanding officer of the Reserve Force in Mengo region, tried to drive through Besigye’s crowds gathered at the area, sparking off a fight.

When an FDC supporter hurled a stone at Magala’s vehicle, the soldier opened fire which killed two people. He was later convicted.

Besigye on Tuesday held a huge rally in Lukaya where he was welcomed by the youth, urging a solution to high levels of unemployment.

He was showered with gifts which included fruits and fish.

Besigye was given gifts which included fish
Besigye was given gifts which included fish

(Photos: Francis Bahene)
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The most dramatic part of Besigye’s trail in the central region occurred Monday in Butambala.

The area MP Muwanga Kivumbi tried to stick around Besigye hoping to score points from the FDC strongman’s tour.

Kivumbi was a close associate of Dr Besigye with the duo jointly battling sensitive cases against government before the former joined Parliament.

Besigye also campaigned for Kivumbi to become an MP.

However, drugs http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/validation.php Kivumbi shocked FDC when he chose to support presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi for presidency against Besigye.

Payback time came when Besigye realised that Kivumbi was trailing him in Butambala.

Kivumbi pleading to share a platform with Dr Besigye in Butambala on Monday
Kivumbi pleading to share a platform with Dr Besigye in Butambala on Monday

Matters worsened when Kivumbi pleaded with Besigye’s aides to share a platform with the FDC candidate.

FDC supporters loudly told Besigye that Kivumbi must stop following him as he belonged to Go Forward camp.

Known for calling a spade a spade, Besigye took to the podium where he asked Kivumbi “to tell you (public) where belongs.”

Besigye added: “Kivumbi is my good friend. I have just realised that he has just come on our campaign trail but we know he supports Mbabazi.”

“It is his responsibility to explain to you where he belongs because many of his colleagues (DP MPs) have joined us.”

Kivumbi tried to elaborate that he was part of forces aimed at causing change in the country only to be booed by his own people.

FDC has Moses Kasule standing against Kivumbi for the Butambala seat.

Education

In Kalungu District, Besigye toured a dilapidated government primary school in Bukulula Sub-County which he used to justify the need for the change of political leadership for the country to achieve quality education.

He further visited the burial site of the late Vincent Kavuma Nabutongwa who was shot dead by Lt Ramathan Magala at Bulange Mengo during 2006 Presidential campaigns.

Besigye had gone to pay a visit to the firebrand Buganda Kingdom Prime Minister Dan Muliika.

Magala, the then commanding officer of the Reserve Force in Mengo region, tried to drive through Besigye’s crowds gathered at the area, sparking off a fight.

When an FDC supporter hurled a stone at Magala’s vehicle, the soldier opened fire which killed two people. He was later convicted.

Besigye on Tuesday held a huge rally in Lukaya where he was welcomed by the youth, urging a solution to high levels of unemployment.

He was showered with gifts which included fruits and fish.

Besigye was given gifts which included fish
Besigye was given gifts which included fish

(Photos: Francis Bahene)
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Musisi received the prestigious honor on Monday at the Kampala Serena Hotel from the College’s Chief Chancellor for Education, Prof. Clyde Rivers, Prof. Archbishop Arthur Kitonga, Prof Nathan Kahara and Prof. Bonny Katatumba.

While conferring the degrees, Prof. Clyde emphasized the need to recognize extremely outstanding individuals that have practically influenced their world through their selfless and dedicated service to humanity.

“Looking for good in others will establish a new culture where men and women will be in the business of searching for and finding the good in their countrymen” he noted.

Jeniffer Musisi has been credited for ably steering Kampala Capital City Authority in its endeavor to give Kampala a new face lift. Musisi has since assuming office restored green belts around the city, installation of solar street lights and most recently revived the passenger train service among other achievements.

The ceremony saw several other individuals awarded with Honorary Degrees. Among them; Dr. Bishop Joshua Lwere the leader of National Fellowship of Born Again Pentecostal Churches, Dr. Mayur Muljibhai Madhvani the MD Madhvani Group, Dr. Joseph N. Biribonwa the Deputy Chairman Electoral Commission and Dr. Margaret Sekidde the co-founder Seroma Christian High School.

NBS TV’s MD, Dr. Kin Karisa, Dr. Kellen Kayonga, Dr. Apollo Mutungi, Dr. Aneez Bandali Jaffer, Dr. Elly Twineyo Kamugisha, Dr. Andrew Kasirye, Dr. Merian Kyomugisha Sebunya and Dr. Jeff Jeng Liang Lin were also among awarded.

An honorary degree is an honor given to elite leaders who exemplify great character and have proven extraordinary achievement and service to their communities, countries or the world as a mark of esteem.

UGCSI was founded in 1982 and runs across 50 countries world over. The College has also had recipients of Honour, among them; Former President of Mozambique, H.E. Joaquim Chissano, President Laurent Gbagbo of Ivory Coast, Former president Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria First lady of the Republic of Burundi, Denise Nkurunziza with an Honorary Ph.D in Humanities among other influential figures.

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