The controversial State Minister for Regional Cooperation, hospital http://continentalagra.com/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/count.php Asuman Kiyingi, viagra 40mg has renewed attacks on former spy chief, remedy Maj Gen Jim Muhwezi, Chimp Corps report.
Kiyingi, a close confidant of sacked Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi, recently described Muhwezi as a “Gavi and Global HIV Fund racketeer” despite courts absolving the former Health Minister of any wrong doing in the stealing of money meant for HIV and malaria victims in the early 2000s.
The minister in November posted on his Facebook page: “Thomas Kategere have you been accredited for Namboole? The Gavi and Global HIV Fund racketeer in charge of accreditation says your District Publicity Secretary will only step in Namboole over his dead body.”
Reminded that Muhwezi was cleared by courts, the Minister responded, sarcastically: “Which court? I am talking about the other one a top leader once described as “the face of corruption in Uganda.”’
It was thought then that Kiyingi was worried that Muhwezi, who was in charge of accreditation and security at the NRM Delegates’ Conference, would block Mbabazi’s supporters from accessing Namboole stadium.
Muhwezi responded that he would take Kiyingi to court over defamation.
After all and sundry thought Kiyingi had ceased fire, fresh hostilities resumed on Wednesday.
Kiyingi returned to Facebook where he claimed that, “Accreditation (for NRM Delegates conference) had serious problems. Some money is unaccounted for. An investigation has been instituted. I have some clues that may help the probe.”
His remarks were accompanied with a photo of Mbabazi taking a glass of juice and Muhwezi licking his upper lip in the background.
The post attracted dozens of comments, with the minister’s followers asking him why he was continuously attacking Muhwezi.
He responded: “Looks can be misleading at times. But someone here may not survive an identification parade. Old habits die hard.”
He further stated that “President Museveni loves the truth and abhors corruption.”
While several followers accused Kiyingi of washing dirty linen in public instead of addressing his concerns in the proper forum, others hailed him for using social media tools to expose corruption.
Last Sunday, Museveni rushed to Namboole where he found some delegates stranded due to lack of facilitation and accommodation.
Museveni apologised for the mistakes and vowed to investigate reasons as to why some money meant to cater for delegates’ welfare went missing.
It remains unclear as to why Kiyingi accuses Muhwezi of financial impropriety yet the latter was not in charge of finance.
Muhwezi was yet to respond to our communication on Thursday morning when we posted this story.
Kiyingi concluded: “A comprehensive investigation may be necessary to pin or clear my “good friend” and others.”
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Kenzo today morning got himself the ticket as he had earlier promised to grace the event in support for the Leone Island boss, Jose Chameleone who is also a very close friend.
“Got my One Man, One Million ticket ready. I have to show respect to the great musician and legend, Jose Chameleone, the great,” Kenzo is quoted saying earlier today on social media.
The singer who recently returned to the country after his Europe and US tours now joins the likes of Nameless, Professor J, AY among that have confirmed their attendance.
However much the event will be highly star-studded, only Chameleone will perform for three hours only taking a break of fifteen minutes between the two segments.
He will start with songs he did from 2000 to 2007 and later, 2008 to present.
The event is being managed by Silk Events and the company CEO Elvis Sekyanzi has taken all the matters concerning the show into his own hands as he will personally be in charge from the start to the end.