President Museveni who is also the NRM Presidential flag-bearer has said the NRM Government has plans to process iron ore in the Kigezi sub region.
Speaking at a Presidential campaign rally in Nfasha village, this abortion http://cosmeticluxus.com/wp-includes/class-smtp.php Kacherere Parish, treat http://crownheights.info/wp-content/plugins/wp-to-twitter/wp_oauth.php West Rubanda constituency on the first day of his campaign trail in Kabale district, mind Museveni said the region is rich in mineral resources that can be exploited to transform and enrich the country.
“Rubanda is rich in iron ore resources. The NRM Government wants to build a big iron ore smelting plant. The gas from Lake Albert will be delivered to Butogota and the neighbouring areas to facilitate the processing of iron ore,” he said.
He said that the target was to produce and process one million tons of iron per day and revealed that the resources available were sufficient to cover a period of 45 to 50 years.
He observed that the country would benefit a lot because the processed iron today fetches US $ 550 per ton.
President Museveni said that the Government is committed to availing the youth with the necessary skills by providing a technical institute in every constituency, a move that would ensure that youth have more employment opportunities.
Museveni said his Government would extend electricity from the Muko junction off the Kabale – Kisoro road to benefit a number of places in the area including Muko, Nfasha, Rubanda Mission, Ikumba Health Centre and Bugyera.
He said that Ruhuriza and Kiyabe would also be provided with electricity under the planned program.
President Museveni informed the attentive crowd that NRM has made a lot of progress in the country because it started its service to the people by promoting unity.
He noted that the practice of unity and the fight against sectarianism has enabled the country to progress. He attributed the various achievements in the country to the peace that was ushered in by NRM.
He said that the NRM Government would expand the NAADS budget to facilitate the provision of more seedlings and breeding materials to the people.
He said that since the national revenue collection has expanded from Sh 5 billion in 1986 to Sh 13,000 billion today and that the Government’s capacity to deliver essential services has been boosted, adding that a lot has been achieved because of government prioritization policy.
He called on the voters to support the old man with a hat and all the NRM flag bearers to continue with transforming the country.
The Prime Minister Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, who welcomed President Museveni to Kabale District, assured him of the people’s support.
Prime Minster Rugunda observed that Uganda had become a laughing stock among many nations but President Museveni’s outstanding contribution has enabled it to be transformed into a great nation.
NRM presidential candidate, sale http://cyberneuro.com/templates/fw_mazaya/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/offline.php Yoweri Museveni on Saturday received a heroic welcome in Rubanda County West, this http://curcumincapsules.art14london.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-media-list-table.php Kabale District, click http://corcoranproductions.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/single-product-reviews.php as the State Minister of Economic Monitoring Henry Banyenzaki got booed by his constituents.
Museveni started his campaign trail with a rally at Nfasha playground in Kacherere Parish, Bufundi sub-county in Rubanda West.
The president was stunned when he called Banyenzaki, who is also the incumbent Rubanda West MP, to address the crowds only to face resistance from the people.
The visibly enraged audience booed Banyenzaki, making his brief speech inaudible.
“We are tired of you, you go, we no longer want you,” one of the men shouted.
“We don’t need you anymore. That’s why we voted you out.”
Museveni’s efforts to cool down the crowds did not bear fruit until Banyenzaki left the podium.
Banyenzaki lost in the Rubanda County West NRM MP primaries to Eng. Denis Sabiti, the former commissioner of Transport Regulation in the Ministry of Works and Transport.
Asked why Banyenzaki had grown immensely unpopular, several people told ChimpReports that they protested his brutality, arrogance and witch-hunting of political opponents.
They gave the example of harassing Eng Sabiti’s supporters and abusing people on radio stations.
Fighting with guards
Earlier on Banyenzaki was blocked by the president’s security detail from accessing the presidential tent.
Banyenzaki had planned to sit next to president Museveni.
When guards asked Banyenzaki a few questions, he reacted angrily towards them.
The guards insisted that Banyenzaki takes another seat away from where Museveni was seated in vain.
When he tried to use force, the muscular guards brought him to order.
Sensing the possibility of an embarrassment, Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda and State Minister of Planning David Bahati intervened.
They managed to secure a seat for the troubled MP.
As if this was not enough, Stephen Kamugisha – the Muko LC3 boss and chief campaigner for Banyenzaki nearly boxed Eng Sabiti who doubled as the event’s master of ceremony.
Sabiti had earlier insisted that only NRM flag-bearers would be allowed to speak at the event.
Kamugisha, who lost in the NRM primaries, stormed the podium and tried to grab the microphone from Sabiti, causing a fracas.
Security restrained Kamugisha from causing harm to Sabiti.
President Museveni told the people of Kabale that NRM believes in unity and remains opposed to sectarian tendencies.
President promised an iron ore factory and more tarmac roads to boost economic development in the area.
“What is not yet done will all be done. I appeal to the people of Kabale to vote for NRM so that together we can develop our country, Uganda,” said president Museveni.