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PHOTOS: Grief at Kasiwukira Memorial Service

More details of the stormy NRM Central Executive Committee (CEC) held at State House Nakasero on Saturday morning have emerged.

The meeting which started at 10:00am ended at 11pm, drugs http://celltrials.info/wp-includes/registration-functions.php with members agreeing that Amama Mbabazi takes an “administrative leave” after which a new Secretary General will be elected.

The meeting was a continuation of the Thursday session during which members debated mechanisms of ending the “disharmony” in NRM.

According to a leaked State House brief on what transpired during the meeting, seek http://decarbon.uk.com/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php of the 24 CEC members, buy http://debbiehowes.com/wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php only 5 sympathised with Mbabazi.

Chimpreports understands that Kirunda Kivejinja and former State Minister for Fisheries Mukisa Mukisa were neutral.

The Deputy Presidential spokesperson, Linda Nabusayi confirmed the meetings at State House, saying, “The Central Executive Committee (CEC) of the National Resistance Movement has decided that the reported disharmony within the Movement be resolved decisively in order to ensure cohesion within the Movement Organisation.”

The NRM is expected this week to issue a lengthy statement on the two meetings and the resolutions.

Below is the ‘State House brief’ in full:

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SG sympathisers were only 5 of all 24.

Kivejinja was neutral

Mukisa was neutral

Others kept quiet.

Mukula, Jim, Amelia, Babu, Kyaligonza and Kasule Lumumba led the charge against SG.

Kyaligonza started abusing Jacqueline that she is stupid. Basajjabalaba took offense and tried to shut him up. Told him not to behave like that.

Kyaligonza tried to beat Basajja. He hurled insults at him specifically “kumanyoko” which Basajja hurled back. Then one of them picked up water to throw at the other. Members tried to restrain them.

It was agreed SG will attend all meetings of CEC but he will take leave with regard to managing the Delegates Conference slated for 15th December.

The Deputy SG Dorothy Hyuha will manage the preparations for the conference. Amelia Kyambadde opposed the deputy SG saying she is not neutral. She was shut down.

 

Kivejinja commented that the Chairman was usurping the authority of all organs with his caucus. He said all organs should be allowed to do their work.

Rugunda said that since the Rebel MPs were taken to disciplinary committee, CEC should not show any double standard and those causing problems should also go.

Mbabazi asked if he could be informed of his offense and that he has no problem appearing before disciplinary committee if they can tell him his offense.

Chairman also noted that Amama had failed to control his wife and sisters. That they (Ruhindi girls) were always abusing him.

Mukula said that CEC should pass a resolution to recommend to National Conference that Amama should be sacked.

Kasule Lumumba said that she is always fighting with Alice Ruhindi of social media. That she abuses her, T’odwong, Tumwebaze.

Museveni asked why people want the Presidency. That there is nothing in the Presidency. He said he is just a lobbyist. The power is with parliament and the judiciary. He has no real power.

He said he wanted the NRM constitution amended to give him power to appoint a Secretary General. He said revolutionaries do not talk about ambition. “I want, I want …”

 He asked CEC what favour they had done for him. He added that he needs no favour from anyone of you (members of CEC).

He said that with the struggle, they just go. He added that you can have ambition but not for the centre of sacrifice. Ambition, he said, is reactionary thinking.

Kyaligonza, Muhwezi supported and said that they shed their blood for this country. To which Namara (NRM youth leader) said that the youth are tired of hearing the story of the bush. It is not relevant to them.

He was pounced on verbally by Amelia who said that they will not be disrespected by the youth. That they fought (including herself) can’t be disrespected.

Museveni said that he does not want his party to be like a calabash that is half full with beans. It makes noise.

He does not want to hear noise. This comment was in reference to people who are speaking up about the way things are done in NRM.
Ugandan representative to Big Brother House, ailment http://cs4all.nyc/wp-includes/feed-rss2-comments.php Esther Akankwasa, salve has been evicted.

In the words of IK, abortion we had come to that part of the evening he liked least and being the bearer of the bad news, he should know.

First given their marching orders was Lilian and just a moment later Esther was second in the contemptible eviction cart.

As the pair mounted the stage to join IK they were simply dripping Hotshot status

This was much to Lilian’s fellow country mate Tayo’s shock as he called out to her saying “how could this be” to which Lilian responded it was okay. She most certainly didn’t look it. On stage she told IK she was shocked.

For old time’s sake she treated the audience to a free style rap as she dropped a twerk or two.

Esther simply took the sash of her country’s flag and embarked on a walk of shame.

On stage Small Pepper told IK that she and Lilian had developed a close friendship in the house because they are straight talkers.

Back in the house the mood sunk after the pair of Hotshots fell out of the game with Tayo shedding a tear on their behalf. Cheer up chum.

In a shock twist, Big Brother was not satisfied with just two evicteees leaving the house tonight, but a third housemate was evicted. After initially being told she was safe, Sabina was the shock third housemate leaving the house.

There was a tie and it went down to the percentage vote. This is now the fifth woman to be evicted from Big Brother Hotshots. There are many tears, hugs and shocked faces, Samantha, in particular can’t quite believe what has just happened.

Following on the heels of Lilian, Esther and last week, Resa and Mira, Kenyan Sabina was hugely popular in the house and across Africa.

Whilst Elani perform their hit song “Zuzu” to an excited and lovely audience, she is whisked out of the house straight onto the live stage for her interview with IK where she carries her Kenyan flag with pride.

How Africa voted: Week 2

According to this week’s votes, Lilian, Esther and Sabina received the least votes. Here are the results:

 

Botswana – JJ

Ghana – Tayo

Kenya – Sabina

Malawi – JJ

Mozambique – JJ

Namibia – Permithias

Nigeria – Tayo

Rest of Africa – Tayo

Rwanda – Frankie

South Africa – JJ

Tanzania – Laveda

Uganda – Ellah

Zambia – Permithias

Zimbabwe – JJ

One housemate received five country votes: JJ. One housemate received three country votes: Tayo. One housemate received two country votes: Permithias. Three housemates received one country vote each, which means that the tie breaker rule came into effect, and one housemate received no country votes.

According to the Big Brother Africa rules, if the popularity vote does not yield clear evictees and there is a deadlock between two or more housemates, the percentage vote from each of the 15 regions will be added together and divided by 14 in order to generate an across-the-board percentage, which will then ascertain who stays and who goes.

The three housemates that were evicted as per the tie-breaker rules are therefore Sabina, Lilian and Esther.
Ugandan representative to Big Brother House, cost http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/interface.jetpack-sync-replicastore.php Esther Akankwasa, http://curaacufeni.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/multisite.php has been evicted.

In the words of IK, http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/mvc/class.mvc_view_element.php we had come to that part of the evening he liked least and being the bearer of the bad news, he should know.

First given their marching orders was Lilian and just a moment later Esther was second in the contemptible eviction cart.

As the pair mounted the stage to join IK they were simply dripping Hotshot status

This was much to Lilian’s fellow country mate Tayo’s shock as he called out to her saying “how could this be” to which Lilian responded it was okay. She most certainly didn’t look it. On stage she told IK she was shocked.

For old time’s sake she treated the audience to a free style rap as she dropped a twerk or two.

Esther simply took the sash of her country’s flag and embarked on a walk of shame.

On stage Small Pepper told IK that she and Lilian had developed a close friendship in the house because they are straight talkers.

Back in the house the mood sunk after the pair of Hotshots fell out of the game with Tayo shedding a tear on their behalf. Cheer up chum.

In a shock twist, Big Brother was not satisfied with just two evicteees leaving the house tonight, but a third housemate was evicted. After initially being told she was safe, Sabina was the shock third housemate leaving the house.

There was a tie and it went down to the percentage vote. This is now the fifth woman to be evicted from Big Brother Hotshots. There are many tears, hugs and shocked faces, Samantha, in particular can’t quite believe what has just happened.

Following on the heels of Lilian, Esther and last week, Resa and Mira, Kenyan Sabina was hugely popular in the house and across Africa.

Whilst Elani perform their hit song “Zuzu” to an excited and lovely audience, she is whisked out of the house straight onto the live stage for her interview with IK where she carries her Kenyan flag with pride.

How Africa voted: Week 2

According to this week’s votes, Lilian, Esther and Sabina received the least votes. Here are the results:

 

Botswana – JJ

Ghana – Tayo

Kenya – Sabina

Malawi – JJ

Mozambique – JJ

Namibia – Permithias

Nigeria – Tayo

Rest of Africa – Tayo

Rwanda – Frankie

South Africa – JJ

Tanzania – Laveda

Uganda – Ellah

Zambia – Permithias

Zimbabwe – JJ

One housemate received five country votes: JJ. One housemate received three country votes: Tayo. One housemate received two country votes: Permithias. Three housemates received one country vote each, which means that the tie breaker rule came into effect, and one housemate received no country votes.

According to the Big Brother Africa rules, if the popularity vote does not yield clear evictees and there is a deadlock between two or more housemates, the percentage vote from each of the 15 regions will be added together and divided by 14 in order to generate an across-the-board percentage, which will then ascertain who stays and who goes.

The three housemates that were evicted as per the tie-breaker rules are therefore Sabina, Lilian and Esther.
Hundreds of mourners Sunday turned up for the requiem mass of the late Eriya Sebunya alias Kasiwukira, drug http://dcointl.com/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php the prominent city tycoon whose precious life was brought to a crushing end last Friday in a suspected hit-and-run murder case.

A treasurer of Bagaga Kwagalana Group, http://crememinceur.com/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-checklist.php an association of the country’s wealthiest businessmen, http://celebrationhopecenter.org/wp-includes/media-template.php died on spot after a car knocked him from behind minutes after embarking on his routine morning jogging session in Muyenga, a leafy Kampala suburb.

The memorial ceremony held at St Stephens’s church in Kisugu, Muyenga, attracted people from all walks of life, including Buganda Premier, Peter Mayiga and Prince David Wasajja.

Kasiwukira's widow, Sarah, arriving at the Church for the memorial service
Kasiwukira’s widow, Sarah, arriving at the Church for the memorial service

In his eulogy, Mayiga described the deceased as one of the “most hardworking Ugandans” that the country has lost and that his works and successes are visible for all to see.

“I met Kasiwukira on several functions but from his actions and words he has been a very intelligent man whom people will not need to forge good statements about him as it is done for some people,” remarked Mayiga as mourners broke don in grief.

The Premier criticised newspapers for splashing photos of Kasiwukira’s blood-spattered body on the front pages, saying such actions aggravate pain especially among members of the bereaved family.

The deceased’s widow, Sarah Sebunya praised her late husband for the love and care that he showed her during their marriage.

She also offered to reconcile with her co-wife whom she hugged during the memorial service.

“I have not been a saved lady but with this situation I am facing I would like to reform and become a born-again Christian,” said Sarah as she sobbed.

Godfrey Kirumira, the chairman Kwagalana Group, addressing mourners
Godfrey Kirumira, the chairman Kwagalana Group, addressing mourners

“We are not enemies any more. I am older than you or even fit to be your mum but I would like to advise you to work hard and raise our daughter since now you are everything to her,” she added.

Eron Mpoza, the second born of Kasiwukira’s seven children described his dad as a very good mentor who involved them in daily operations of his businesses.

“Dad has been able to educate all of us to the level of our own choices and luckily enough whoever finishes school would get employed in his companies where he has been paying us salaries not cash handouts. This has made us more hardworking.”

He further added that their father always advised them to work hard to add on the wealth he created.

Lawrence Gayi, the elder brother to the deceased businessman, described him as a man who had great love for his family and that this was evidenced through the labelling of his assets.

“Kasiwukira company was named after our great grandfather while Timusewo Mpoza Building in Kampala was named after our grandfather and Nalubwama arcade after our mum.”

Charles Peter Mayiga addresing mourners
Charles Peter Mayiga addresing mourners

Mrs Nalubwama, the mother to the late, ordered his grandchildren to construct a church without any other person’s support because they have the ability and it’s the only way they can show love to God for the precious love of the deceased.

Godfrey Kirumira, on behalf of Kwagalana members, advised the family members to be “more careful with all those that are going to befriend you in this period because those are not true friends but opportunists.”

Kasiwukira was born in 1959 in Kitebi Rubaga Division Kampala District. At the time of his death, he was running SEB Construction, a company that deal in making tiles and other building materials.

He was among the top music promoters in the 1980s and 1990s. He also managed to construct the towering Timusewo Mpoza and Nalubwama Arcade buildings in Kampala worth billions of shillings.

Burial will be held Monday in Naziga along Masaka road.

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