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Pro Mbabazi Youth Vow to Storm Namboole

Whereas Big Brother fanatics are sad that they have no reality show to keep them entertained throughout the day, pharm http://clicknbuy.tk/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-press-this.php several others are happy as they are no longer guessing who the winner of Season 9 is.

In a very suspense filled finale, http://costpricesupplements.com.au/wp-admin/includes/post.php Idris, http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-includes/ms-files.php the 21-year-old Tanzanian photographer was announced winner, being crowned ‘The Hotshot’ and walking away with the grand prize of USD300, 000.

This makes Idris, the second Tanzanian to be the winner of Big Brother Africa and take home the prize money after Richard Bezuidenhout won the 2007 edition and was crowned winner of Big Brother season 2.

The young Tanzanian photographer played his game as the house’s player and lover man, a strategy that saw him get flirty and have romantic flings with some girls in the house including our own Ellah and Botswana’s Goitse.

Where as many viewers across Africa thought he is an emotional immature boy that does not know what he wants, Idris must have known his strategy would pay off.

Idris beat Nigeria’s Tayo to the jackpot in a suspense filled finale. Tayo who was Africa’s favourite for the biggest part of the show was the drama making housemate who fought with almost every male housemate and was never afraid to say what was on his mind. He was dubbed the ‘entertainer’ of the house.

Idris received five country votes and these were from Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. The runner-up, Tayo, received two country votes and these were from Nigeria and Mozambique. Several Ugandan celebrities including local musician, Jose Chameleone sought votes for the Tanzanian calling upon their fans to vote for him so that the money can come to East Africa.

When asked what he would do with the money, Idris said he would it give back to Africa, to which IK, the show’s host teased him to be exact with his promises.

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In the final moment before announcing the winner, the two finalists, Nigeria’s Tayo and Idris were brought through in a limousine and while on stage with IK waiting to hear which one of them will be crowned this season’s winner, they both watched their final video of the 63 days in the house.

Idris who was the lover man in the house seems to have charmed not only the women of the house but the entire continent of Africa. Idris is now USD300 000 richer. Both Tayo and Idris have been called winners sine Tayo played an amazing game but Idris was the ultimate winner and there is much joyous celebration.
Police nearly arrested former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi in Mbarara district on Sunday night, adiposity http://chernichovsky.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php Chimp Corps report.

It all started with Mbabazi, sildenafil who was flanked by his iron-lady Jacqueline Mbabazi, making a surprise appearance at the Kakyeka stadium for what was labelled “Western Media Awards.”

Mbabazi’s presence at the social event surprised many people including singer Bebe Cool who was performing at the show.

It is thought even security officials in the area were caught flat-footed as Mbabazi and his wife quickly took a seat at 12:35am (Monday morning) before being introduced and welcomed by the event’s organisers.

A few minutes later, security officials started panicking before calling the District Police Commander, Dickens Bindeeba to intervene.

Mbabazi seems to have gotten wind of the plot or suspected that security would block him from speaking at the function.

He then took to the podium to address the excited crowds.

It was at that time that Bindeeba jumped onto the stage where he found Mbabazi holding a microphone.

Mbabazi, who was recently sent on forced leave as the Secretary General of NRM due to his alleged presidential ambitions and forming cliques in the ruling party, fired at the DPC in Runyankole: “Noyendaki (what do you want?)”

Bindeeba responded that due to his political status and standing orders handed to high profile NRM leaders, Mbabazi should not have visited Mbarara town without informing the DPC or any other concerned authority such as RDC.

Being a brilliant lawyer, Mbabazi was not short of responses. “I am just returning from South Western Uganda. It is true I am the NRM Secretary General and MP Kinkiizi West but also the proprietor Kinkiizi Fm. I am here as a representative of my radio.”

Mbabazi prepares to take a seat at Kakyeka stadium
Mbabazi prepares to take a seat at Kakyeka stadium

A visibly annoyed Bindeeba moved to arrest Mbabazi before being warned by the excited crowds that they would “deal with” the police officer.

“Omukwateho tukunaahe,” a reveller warned Bindeeba in Runyankole, loosely translated as “arresting Mbabazi will attract severe consequences including castrating you.”

In that fracas, Mbabazi was later allowed to speak but on condition that he avoids making sensitive political remarks.

Mbabazi went philosophical: “The people should have and exercise their inalienable right to select a leader of their choice. The people should be free to make a decision of their own.”

The comments were interpreted as meaning Ugandans should not be intimidated by any political forces during election seasons.

Mbabazi says he will not stand for election in 2016, a statement Museveni’s aides take with a pinch of salt.

He further praised journalists at the event, saying they should expose how police tried to mistreat him and that “the whole world will soon see all this that happened here.”

Mbabazi further asserted that “it’s the right and responsibility of the people to choose a government of their choice.”

The area RDC Moses Mwebesa arrived at the venue moments after Mbabazi had finished addressing the gathering.

Bindeeba (R) in an argument with Mbabazi during at Kakyeka stadium in Mbarara on Monday morning
Bindeeba (R) in an argument with Mbabazi at Kakyeka stadium in Mbarara on Monday morning
Police nearly arrested former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi in Mbarara district on Sunday night, clinic http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-includes/formatting.php Chimp Corps report.

It all started with Mbabazi, check http://cooperativenet.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_basic_tagcloud/adapter.nextgen_basic_tagcloud_controller.php who was flanked by his iron-lady Jacqueline Mbabazi, symptoms making a surprise appearance at the Kakyeka stadium for what was labelled “Western Media Awards.”

Mbabazi’s presence at the social event surprised many people including singer Bebe Cool who was performing at the show.

It is thought even security officials in the area were caught flat-footed as Mbabazi and his wife quickly took a seat at 12:35am (Monday morning) before being introduced and welcomed by the event’s organisers.

A few minutes later, security officials started panicking before calling the District Police Commander, Dickens Bindeeba to intervene.

Mbabazi seems to have gotten wind of the plot or suspected that security would block him from speaking at the function.

He then took to the podium to address the excited crowds.

It was at that time that Bindeeba jumped onto the stage where he found Mbabazi holding a microphone.

Mbabazi, who was recently sent on forced leave as the Secretary General of NRM due to his alleged presidential ambitions and forming cliques in the ruling party, fired at the DPC in Runyankole: “Noyendaki (what do you want?)”

Bindeeba responded that due to his political status and standing orders handed to high profile NRM leaders, Mbabazi should not have visited Mbarara town without informing the DPC or any other concerned authority such as RDC.

Being a brilliant lawyer, Mbabazi was not short of responses. “I am just returning from South Western Uganda. It is true I am the NRM Secretary General and MP Kinkiizi West but also the proprietor Kinkiizi Fm. I am here as a representative of my radio.”

A visibly annoyed Bindeeba moved to arrest Mbabazi before being warned by the excited crowds that they would “deal with” the police officer.

“Omukwateho tukunaahe,” a reveller warned Bindeeba in Runyankole, loosely translated as “arresting Mbabazi will attract severe consequences including castrating you.”

In that fracas, Mbabazi was later allowed to speak but on condition that he avoids making sensitive political remarks.

Mbabazi went philosophical: “The people should have and exercise their inalienable right to select a leader of their choice. The people should be free to make a decision of their own.”

The comments were interpreted as meaning Ugandans should not be intimidated by any political forces during election seasons.

Mbabazi says he will not stand for election in 2016, a statement Museveni’s aides take with a pinch of salt.

He further praised journalists at the event, saying they should expose how police tried to mistreat him and that “the whole world will soon see all this that happened here.”

Mbabazi further asserted that “it’s the right and responsibility of the people to choose a government of their choice.”

The area RDC Moses Mwebesa arrived at the venue moments after Mbabazi had finished addressing the gathering.

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The UPDF General Court presided over by Maj. Gen. Ali Karuhanga on Monday morning released 126 Rwenzururu suspected attackers who have been in detention since July 5, page http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/include/templates/images/secure.php 2014.

Suspected Rwenzururu youth armed with machetes and guns this year raided government institutions in the three districts of Kasese, drugs Ntoroko and Bundibugyo, disarmed the police before killing some security personnel.

The attack left 90 civilians including the police dead and scores imprisoned at Katojo government prison.

Court seating in Bundibugyo on Monday withdrew all the charges against 126 accused persons in Bundibugyo and Ntoroko districts in relations to the attacks.

The group had on 15th July 2014 been jointly charged with six counts of Murder, Contrary to Section 188 and 189 of the Penal Code Act, Cap.120; seven counts ofAttempted Murder, Contrary to Section 204(a) of the Penal Code Act Cap 120.

There were other two offences relating to security, Contrary to Section 130 (1) (f) of the UPDF Act No. 7 of 2005; seven counts of Unlawful acquisition of a firearms Contrary to Section 3(1) & (2) (a) of the Firearms Act Cap 299 and one count of Offences relating to guard duties, Contrary to Section 131(1) (a) of the UPDF Act No. 7 of 2005.

On Monday the State, through the Court Lead Prosecutor Maj Fredrick Kangwamu said it had lost interest in the case against the accused on grounds that none of the accused persons was a ring leader in the attacks and planners of the carnage had applied for Government Amnesty which was already granted to them.

Court also heard that the accused were misled to participate in the attacks and the State should therefore not be seen to be treating the misled more harshly than the leaders.

Prosecution however said the withdrawal of charges does not bar it from future criminal proceedings against the same people, on the same offences, should the state deem it necessary.

However, according to Gen Karuhanga, the trial of 54 others accused in connection with the same attacks in Kasese district, which was adjourned to March 2, 2015, will continue since they are on a different charge sheet.
The UPDF General Court presided over by Maj. Gen. Ali Karuhanga on Monday morning released 126 Rwenzururu suspected attackers who have been in detention since July 5, treatment http://codesiconsulting.com/wp-includes/ms-functions.php 2014.

Suspected Rwenzururu youth armed with machetes and guns this year raided government institutions in the three districts of Kasese, Ntoroko and Bundibugyo, disarmed the police before killing some security personnel.

The attack left 90 civilians including the police dead and scores imprisoned at Katojo government prison.

Court seating in Bundibugyo on Monday withdrew all the charges against 126 accused persons in Bundibugyo and Ntoroko districts in relations to the attacks.

The group had on 15th July 2014 been jointly charged with six counts of Murder, Contrary to Section 188 and 189 of the Penal Code Act, Cap.120; seven counts ofAttempted Murder, Contrary to Section 204(a) of the Penal Code Act Cap 120.

There were other two offences relating to security, Contrary to Section 130 (1) (f) of the UPDF Act No. 7 of 2005; seven counts of Unlawful acquisition of a firearms Contrary to Section 3(1) & (2) (a) of the Firearms Act Cap 299 and one count of Offences relating to guard duties, Contrary to Section 131(1) (a) of the UPDF Act No. 7 of 2005.

On Monday the State, through the Court Lead Prosecutor Maj Fredrick Kangwamu said it had lost interest in the case against the accused on grounds that none of the accused persons was a ring leader in the attacks and planners of the carnage had applied for Government Amnesty which was already granted to them.

Court also heard that the accused were misled to participate in the attacks and the State should therefore not be seen to be treating the misled more harshly than the leaders.

Prosecution however said the withdrawal of charges does not bar it from future criminal proceedings against the same people, on the same offences, should the state deem it necessary.

However, according to Gen Karuhanga, the trial of 54 others accused in connection with the same attacks in Kasese district, which was adjourned to March 2, 2015, will continue since they are on a different charge sheet.
Supporters of former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi under the NRM Poor Youth Group have asked President Museveni to relinquish power as the ruling party chairman before the forthcoming National Delegates Conference.

Addressing journalists in Kampala on Monday morning, mind http://cem.edu.uy/components/com_k2/k2.php the youth explained that Museveni violated the party constitution when he allowed for the passing of the sole candidature resolution which they say was wrong.

“The president has abused his office and violated the NRM constitution by allowing formation of cliques exhibited in the popularizing of the Kyankwanzi resolution, http://ciprs.cusat.ac.in/wp-includes/theme.php ” said Ian Gumisiriza who described himself as the NRM Poor Youth National coordinator.

“We hear there is going to be an amendment of the party constitution during the Delegates Conference so as to have a Secretary General appointed by the party chairman. The President should respect principles of justice and leave office before the conference.”

According to Gumisiriza, http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-admin/includes/bookmark.php there will be a conflict of interest by the party chairman during the amendment of the constitution if the President doesn’t step aside which according to the group will be a violation of the party constitution.

“It will make the party languish in political oblivion that will lead the NRM to the infamous road of disintegration. The party must outlive personalities and continue with its fundamental programs,” Gumisiriza added.

President Museveni recently stressed that the December 15 NRM Delegates’ conference will not be used as a platform to discuss matters concerning the party Secretary General but to evaluate their performance in line with their goals.

“We shall use it to see how far we have gone. We shall not be discussing the Secretary General because those are small issues. We never believe in sectarianism and we strongly oppose it,” Museveni said while appearing on a local radio talk show on Saturday morning.

On whether he will have the final decision during the conference, Museveni said, “NRM is not an empire so there is no emperor. What will come from the NEC and CEC is what will be debated. In fact it will be discussions where I will participate and agree to some issues.”

However, Habib Mboowa, another NRM Poor Youth National Coordinator said that no one will stop them from going to Namboole on the day of the conference.

“We shall be at entrances to ensure that every delegate accesses the stadium. We want to see that whoever is an NRM delegate goes to Namboole and no one can stop us from doing so. The NRM belongs to all Ugandans who have always supported it throughout the years,” Mboowa stressed.

“We respect everyone in the NEC and CEC but we as youth can also advise our elders on issues concerning the country. All people including the party Secretary General Amama Mbabazi should participate in its leadership and other matters.”

NRM Acting Secretary General, Dorothy Hyuha said only accredited delegates will be allowed at the conference.

The youth further decried intrigue, divisionism and cliques in the ruling NRM party which they said have to stop if it’s to continue leading the country.

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