President Museveni has said that the relationship between Uganda and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, case http://corepr.pl/old/wp-includes/class-wp-walker.php has run for a long time, check Chimp Corps report.
He described the DPRK as friends who have helped Uganda for a long time.
He made the comments on Thursday at State House, sildenafil Entebbe where he received and met the visiting President of the Presidium of the Supreme People’s Assembly of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Kim Yong Nam.
He is in Uganda on a 4-day working visit.
“The North Korea friends helped us in a number of areas. The first tank force in Uganda was helped by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. It trained our first group of army personnel in this field,” he said.
He added that there is no problem in bilateral relations between the two countries.
Reports that Uganda is strengthening ties with North Korea are likely to anger the west which maintains sanctions on the Asian country.
The United Nations recently probed Uganda Police’s cooperation with North Korea following a combat unit training exercise supported by Pyongyang.
The President thanked the guest for visiting Uganda and noted that he has visited North Korea a number of times.
Museveni added that he looks forward to the unification of the Korea peninsula.
President Museveni said Uganda has been working with the DPRK for a long time, saying the country has been part of the anti- colonial movement.
He thanked North Korea for facilitating its pilots to train their Ugandan counterparts. He conveyed his regards to the Korean Supreme leader Kim Jong Un.
On his part, Kim Yong Nam revealed that his main aim for visiting Uganda is to strengthen further and develop the bilateral relations between Uganda and the DPRK.
He revealed that the Supreme leader, Kim Jong Un, wishes President Museveni success in his efforts to make Uganda prosperous. He saluted the President for his hospitality.
He noted with concern the developments arising from the Arab Spring in North Africa and the Middle East saying that the situation in the region deserves particular attention.
Mr. Kim Yong Nam called on the non- aligned movement member countries to unite in order to overcome the domination and proposed that the hosting of the Non-Aligned Movement should rotate from one continent to another.
The meeting was attended, among others, by State Minister Regional Affairs, Mr. Asuman Kiyingi
A batch of members of parliament have unleashed a scathing assault on the country’s media fraternity for what they termed as ‘illegal encroachment on their private lives.’
While meeting with parliamentary pressmen at Imperial Royale hotel on Thursday, capsule http://clintonhouse.com/wp-includes/class-wp-oembed-controller.php the MPs said some scribes had overstepped their constitutionally given freedoms to violate the rights of certain political leaders in their reporting.
2nd Deputy Prime Minister Lt Gen Moses Ali said journalists in Uganda owed their ‘excessive spinning freedoms’ to the peace and liberty brought by the NRM government three decades ago.
Speaking in reference to rampant media publication of pictures of him and other senior leaders sleeping in the middle of important national functions, Gen Ali wondered of what importance such news would be to the nation.
“What pleases you when I come to a meeting and I am seated there contemplating with my eyes closed? What do you enjoy by putting me on television for the whole world to see that Gen Ali is sleeping? Will you take me to court for that?,” asked Ali.
The 75 year old West Moyo Mp was presiding over a function held by Parliamentary Forum for Journalists at Imperial Royale Hotel on Thursday.
Describing the publications as ‘misreporting,’ Gen Ali wondered why reporters would insist on humiliating the country’s senior citizens.
“You know that I am fit to be your grandfather and you know that I have grand children. Why don’t you have respect for old people. You too will grow old very soon and you will be treated in the same way,” cursed the general.
At the event, NRM chief whip Hon David Bahati faulted the media for focusing only on one aspect of entertainment, leaving out their other functions of providing education and information.
Bahati further observed that such reporting was in contravention of parliament’s rules of procedure.
“You have access to all information but you choose to publish only the secondary and non developmental issues. You don’t ask us the the right questions. At times journalists contact me for information about the NRM caucus meetings, and all they ask is ‘what was the president’s mood?'”
“Such cannot happen in counties like the UK,” butted in Bunyole County Mp Hon Emmanuel Dombo.
“Because in these counties there are standard procedures of broadcast which are laid down and people sign contracts!”
Some female legislators led by Hon Harriet Ntabazi (Bundibugyo) also accused reporters of training too much focus on their dress code and taking pictures of their shinny legs.
In response however, the scribes vowed not to shy away from their Constitutional freedoms, and advised they legislatures to revise their behaviors to avoid bad publicity.
“The honorable members should know that the media is market driven and bent to go with only the news-making developments,” said former Head of Uganda Journalists Association
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Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, order http://corcoranproductions.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/np.php Patrick Onyango tells ChimpLyf that Luzinda was picked by court Bailiffs of Thursday afternoon following a court order.
The musician secured funds for personal use from city money lender, sildenafil Peter Mugwanya.
Upon being taken to Kampala High Court, Luzinda agreed to pay shs 10m, saying the balance would be cleared soon. She was released thereafter.
The arrest will surely surprise Luzinda’s fans considering she recently held a successful music concert at Kampala Serena Hotel. It is thought Luzinda’s show, which was attended by several wealthy businessmen, sold out.
She becomes the second local musician to face arrest for non-payment of a debt in a period less than two weeks after Kadongo Kamu artist, Abdu Murasi was also arrested and taken to the same court last Thursday.