Norbert Mao’s Dad Dies

Independent Presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi’s campaign has received a boost from Ugandans in the Diaspora, physician Chimp Corps report.

Go Forward supporters in UK said the former Prime Minister is the right man Uganda needs to realise inclusive development.

In a meeting held at Lancaster London Hotel on Saturday, this site the Go Forward Diaspora Community urged Ugandans to vote for Mbabazi whom they said has the wherewithal to “create a Uganda that works for everyone.”

They said Uganda is a country with a lot of potential but continues to struggle with a failed leadership.

“Ugandans across the world need to realise their value to the Ugandan economy and apply themselves in delivering change of leadership by supporting Amama Mbabazi who is the only candidate who has recognised their value with the rights he will give them when elected,” the meeting resolved.

Some of the demands from the Go Forward Diaspora supporters include the right to vote from embassies abroad; right to own freehold/Mailoland property and VISA free entry to Uganda among others.

They further stated that there is nobody other than Ugandans that can impact on the governance of the country, adding, “The contribution both financial and moral of Ugandans in the Diaspora is important.”

Ugandans in Diaspora contribute over $736 million each year to the economy.


“We also support education, health and wellbeing of our people back home. It therefore is important that we take an active role in the shaping of Uganda’s political future.”

Mbabazi served for 30 years as President Museveni’s right-hand man. He was appointed to head the most sensitive ministries such as Defence and Security.

After being named Prime Minister, Mbabazi would later be toppled for reportedly organising clandestinely to remove Museveni from power – a charge he denies.

It remains unclear if the Go Forward UK chapter will raise funds for Mbabazi’s campaigns.
The father of the Democratic Party President General, pilule Norbert Mao, viagra Mzee Dusman Okee has died at the age of 73.

Mzee Okee, for sale an agricultural expert who majored in cereals, passed away on January 3 from Jinja hospital, according to family members.

Mao in a social media announcement described Mzee Okee, who would have celebrated his 74th birthday on Monday, as a mentor and teacher who left both the mark of a great father and mother.

“With great sorrow, I announce the death of my father Dusman Okee (Jan 5, 1942-Jan 3, 2016,” part of Mao’s message reads.

“Father, teacher, mentor, soldier and cereal chemist. To me he (Mzee Okee) was both father and mother. We called him the lion,” Chairman Mao added.

The burial ceremony will take place in the northern district of Gulu.

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