Nandala Warns on Electoral Malpractices in FDC

Justice Michael Elubu, remedy http://dcointl.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-response.php the Kabale High Court Judge has given the Kisizi Hospital board of directors until 7th July 2015 to have mediated with Jacqueline Tumuheirwe Africa, purchase http://challengeidee.fr/wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php a news editor at Voice of Kigezi, click http://crosscon.ca/wp-includes/embed.php after she sued the hospital for alleged negligence that led to the death of her baby while she gave birth in 2014.

The talks will be mediated by the Kabale Grade 1 magistrate Ronald Kamya Nsobya, and once nothing comes out, Elubu ordered the parties to report back to High court on 8th July 2015.

The hospital was represented by their lawyer John Kabandize, Moses Mugume the senior hospital administrator, Dr Francis Banya a consultant gynecologist and Dr Onesmus Ahabwe while Tumuheirwe was represented by lawyer Matsiko of Murumba of the Matsiko and Company advocates

Tumuheirwe, who had undergone a cesarean operation in her first pregnancy, says she checked in at Kisiizi Hospital on September 2, 2014 and one of the female white doctors named Hellen worked on her and advised her to report back the following day.

On returning home that night she experienced contractions and was rushed back to the hospital but she was told that she wasn’t ready. She pleaded that they operate her but the medics declined.

Tumuheirwe says it was until September 6th when an operation was conducted after she started discharging meconium (first stool of an infant), an indication that the unborn baby had been affected inside the womb, and the baby came out dead.

She says the doctors were negligent by failing to attend promptly to the victim requiring an urgent attention when they were in a position to do so.

Tumuheirwe wants to be compensated with shs 300 million for the loss of her child, and for the health facility to pay general damages and cost of the suit.
Aspiring Secretary General for Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), recipe http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-76e3cc991ac85e24029b2f196b09dd42.php Nathan Nandala Mafabi has expressed readiness to vigorously guard against any election irregularities in the coming national party elections which might be a big hindrance to his victory.


It should be remembered that after losing to Gen. Mugisha Muntu during the party presidential race, dosage http://celiac-disease.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/photon.php Mafabi cited several election irregularities as the cause for his loss.

“I concede I was defeated by Gen. Muntu and I believe it was never my time but his time to lead the party; if any rigging takes place during the special party delegates conference, this we shall deal with it,” Mafabi told the press at his home in Kyambogo in Kampala on Wednesday.

“We shall do whatever it takes to ensure that these elections this time round are free and fair,” Mafabi assured the press.

This comes at a time when the party is handling several election petitions which must be resolved before the party delegates conference convenes on Friday, June 12 so as to elect the party leaders at the national level.

Mafabi denied leading any faction against the party president, observing that if it was the case, members of his camp wouldn’t have remained working within the current administration.

“There are no rifts within the party and any thoughts that I am standing as the party Secretary General with the aim of over shadowing Muntu are all falsehoods.”

“When given the mandate of being the Secretary General (SG), I have no ambitions of overshadowing the president since I am just a worker under him.”

Mafabi reiterated that his decision to stand as the party Secretary General is to energize the party so as to move forward and faster towards the goal of capturing power.

“There is no time for dilly-dallying but to move FDC forward. As party SG, I will join hands with the party leaders to mobilize resources for party and ensure proper accountability and transparency mechanisms are in place,” he added.

“I will make sure that all our party leagues are functional but particularly we shall ensure that these leagues constitute themselves into cooperatives so that apart from party work, they also have a livelihood. By doing so, these leagues will remain vibrant throughout the year.”

He added, “When elected, I will make sure that the party has vibrant and functional district offices as soon as possible, furnished with computers and internet to aid effective dissemination of information from the party headquarters to the grassroots vice versa.”

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