Mbabazi Too Weak to Win a Village Election – Banyenzaki

Police has detained the headteacher of Kasengejje Primary School in Wakiso District over the death of one of his pupils.

A primary 4 pupil at the school passed away yesterday under unclear circumstances, cialis 40mg http://cuveeboutiquespa.com/site/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php a situation that was followed by parents storming the school and beating up the headteacher Ronald Nkangi in their quest for answers about Muwanguzi’s death.

Emmanuel Muwanguzi was whisked away from class after he started vomiting and complaining of severe headache. However instead of being taken to a medical facility, more about he was taken to a shrine by Nkangi.

“We contained the situation and have arrested Ronald Nkangi as we carry out investigations. This is not the first pupil to die in the same way at this school,” said Patrick Onyango the police spokesperson Kampala metropolitan.
State Minister for Economic Monitoring Henry Banyenzaki has blasted presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi, information pills http://creativecommons.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-comment-endpoint.php saying he is “too weak, cost he can’t even win an election in a single village in Uganda.”

This is the first attack on Mbabazi who earlier today vowed to stand on the independent ticket for presidency in the 2016 elections.

Mbabazi said in a media briefing on Friday that NRM had deviated from its founding principles, adding, “I belong to the steadfast NRM and those who chose to veer off the course will do but I can’t.”

Speaking from NRM headquarters in Kampala where President Museveni is expected to seek nomination for party chairmanship and leading the organisation in the 2016 presidential elections, Banyenzaki said “Mbabazi is a very inconsistent man.”

The Minister recounted Mbabazi’s previous remarks ruling out the possibility of running against Museveni.


“In the past, Mbabazi said he could not stand with Museveni. He is so inconsistent.”

On whether NRM has offered members equal platform to contest for the top seat, Banyenzaki responded: “Museveni is still mentoring us. How can you compete with your leader?”

The Minister told ChimpReports that during the recent elections, Mbabazi even lost at his home polling station.

“Mbabazi is a confused fellow, his conscience says he is NRM but he instead professes something else,” added Banyenzaki.

“He is a man who even has no control over his home which is now public knowledge. How will he lead the nation?” wondered the Minister.

“How can you trust someone who can’t hold his family together to lead a country?”

Mbabazi was last year faulted for allowing his family members particularly his wife Jacqueline Mbabazi to disparage NRM leaders.

But the family said it was fighting back against suppressive measures against it by the state machinery.

Banyenzaki said Mbabazi intends to portray himself as a strong candidate when he is extremely weak .

“Let him stop confusing people. He was all along depending on Museveni to baby sit him,” said the Minister.

Security remains tight in Nakasero as Museveni prepares to visit the party headquarters.

Additional reporting by Paul Ampurire

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