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The first born son to singer Bebe Cool, what is ed http://congresopuebla.gob.mx/buscadores/iniciativas/include/php/totaliniciativasaprobadasmedianteoficio.php Allan Henrik has finally shot his first video after completing his senior six exams as he had been directed by his father.

Allan who completed his senior six exams last week at Kintante Secondary School immediately hit the studio to shoot his first audio and video for his first song called “Mbudu”.

Many who first heard the song had thought that the song was sung by Bebe Cool s because of the flow of the words and the voice that sounded similar to that of the Kamwako singer.

The Video that was shot in various city suburbs including Kiwatule was filled with a lot of creativity as the young singer used several of traditional music instruments including drums, search a xylophone and many others.

Allan venturing in music means he will be the third member of the family to join the highly profitable business after his father, the Gagamel boss and step mother, Zuena Kirema, who once tried but terribly failed.

 
The first born son to singer Bebe Cool, recipe http://cippico.com/wp/wp-includes/default-filters.php Allan Henrik has finally shot his first video after completing his senior six exams as he had been directed by his father.

Allan who completed his senior six exams last week at Kintante Secondary School immediately hit the studio to shoot his first audio and video for his first song called “Mbudu”.

Many who first heard the song had thought that the song was sung by Bebe Cool s because of the flow of the words and the voice that sounded similar to that of the Kamwako singer.

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Allan venturing in music means he will be the third member of the family to join the highly profitable business after his father, the Gagamel boss and step mother, Zuena Kirema, who once tried but terribly failed.

 

web http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-includes/functions.php ‘sans-serif’;”>Uganda, buy information pills http://centruldedic.ro/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-pure.php Kenya, Rwanda and South Sudan have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the management of the Northern Corridor Air Space bloc noting, this arrangement will go a long way in contributing and delivering in the development of infrastructure for transmission, power trade, and reduction in the cost of air travel in the region.

In a joint communiqué by the heads of State issued shortly after the summit, they appreciated the conclusion of the Power Purchase and Wheeling Agreements and the signed MOU on Management of Northern Corridor Air Space bloc.

They also noted the contribution these will deliver in the development of the Infrastructure for Transmission, Power Trade, and reduction in the cost of air travel in the region.

Dr. Stephen Jaburot signed for Uganda while Engineer Micheal Kamau signed for Kenya, Mr. James Musoni for Rwanda and Mr. Kwong Danhter Gatluak for South Sudan.

They also directed the Minister of Infrastructure of Rwanda to convene a meeting of Airline Industry Stakeholders to finalize the negotiations on the 5th Freedom Traffic Rights on the Entebbe-Nairobi-Juba-Nairobi route by 31 December 2014 and address all the outstanding issues to reduce the cost of air travel in the region and report to the next summit.

The Uganda Civil Aviation Authority in June suspended Air Uganda’s licence over its failure to comply with required safety standards therefore putting passengers’ lives at risk.

This led to a monopoly on the Nairobi route thus higher air travel costs.

An air ticket from Entebbe – Nairobi had risen from US$380 to US$560 since the closure of Air Uganda, enraging travelers.

Ethiopia was represented at the Summit by Mr. Habtamu Baye Chekole, Special Envoy to the Ethiopian President, Tanzania by its East African Co-operation Minister, Mr. Samuel Sita while Burundi was represented by Ms. Leontine Nzeyima.

These decisions were reached Thursday in Nairobi at the conclusion of the 8th Northern Corridor Integration Project Summit that took place at Safari Park in Nairobi, Kenya. Present at the Summit was the East African Community Secretary General, Dr. Richard Sezibera.

The Heads of State expressed their solidarity with President Uhuru Kenyatta and the People of Kenya and condemned the heinous acts of brutality and terror committed by the Al Shabaab in Mandera.

They further extended warm appreciation to the Government of Kenya for the excellent preparations for the Summit and congratulated the People of Kenya on the occasion of the 51st Independence Anniversary.

Earlier in his opening remarks, President Uhuru Kenyatta called on member countries to be committed and in close collaboration in order to overcome areas of challenges in the implementation of the Projects.

He said that if the 4 countries – Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, and South Sudan – continue to be committed, East Africa will be transformed economically to bring prosperity, security and stability to all the people living in the region.

“I thank each and every one of you for the commitment you continue to show and I am certain that if we continue this, we shall have truly started the process of transforming East Africa by making it easy to do business and to bring prosperity, security and stability to all the people of East Africa,” he said.

President Kenyatta stressed the need to focus on resource mobilization in order to implement the established projects like the construction of the Standard gauge railway among others in order to realize the objectives of economic development.

He congratulated the Uganda Government for issuing Citizen identity cards to Ugandans which has made many of them to enter into Kenya easily adding that many Kenyans are also entering to Uganda using Kenya Citizen identity cards.

On single customs Territory, the summit noted the gains realized as a result of operationalisation of single Customs Territory and on Information Communication and Technology, they reiterated the importance of full and speedy operationalisation of one network Area in Uganda.

The summit further directed the Ministers to operationalise the one network Area for SMS, Data and Mobile Financial.

Kampala Capital City Authority Executive Director, find http://ciencialili.org/plugins/system/logout/logout.php Jennifer Musisi Semakula has been recognised with an Award by the European Society for Quality Research (ESQR).

The award which she personally accepted at a ceremony held in Las Vegas on Tuesday December 9th was in recognition for her ‘outstanding leadership’ in the development of quality.

Several other personalities, sale organizations, diagnosis public administrations and companies from Europe, Asia, America, Africa, and Australia also walked away with the prestigious ESQR’s ‘Best Quality Leadership Award’.

The former URA administrator became a household name in Kampala after she was appointed the first Executive Director of the KCCA after its inception in 2011.

Her leadership at City Hall has however been characterized by a number of incidences that have arisen from her strict nature of leadership.

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