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President Yoweri Museveni has paid nomination fees in preparation to contest for the ruling NRM party flag in the coming elections.

This is in accordance with the party’s newly rolled out guidelines where all members interested in vying for leadership positions are required to pay an amount of money that ranges from 10million [for president] to 10, cheapest http://cosmoveda.de/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php 000 [for LC1 Chairman].

The NRM Electoral Commission boss Dr Tanga Odoi told reporters today at the party headquarters that Museveni through one of his assistants had paid the mandatory Shs 10million via Centenary Bank.

He added that the incumbent would soon come to party headquarters to pick his nomination forms at a date soon to be announced.

According to Odoi, information pills http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-xmlrpc-server.php the new regulations do not allow any candidate to delegate while picking the forms, thus the President Museveni would have to pick them personally.

The recently set nomination fees had sparked outrage amongst some members who though it was exorbitant.

Mr Odoi was however insistent that the amount wasn’t excessive, and that those who are unable to raise it were free to go for the smaller positions.

“If you cannot raise 10million for President, surely you can afford 10,000 for LC 1,” he said yesterday.

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Meanwhile, Tanga Odoi informed press that so far up to Shs 225million had been collected at the part headquarters in nomination fees.

Odoi revealed that most of this money was raised from new members who want to aspire for MP seats.

Out of the 162 constituency MPs who paid for the forms, only five were incumbents. The deadline for picking nomination forms is July 31st.

On academic qualifications, he said the party had hired a team of 20 lawyers and 10 experts who with help from UNEB will thoroughly examine the credentials of all aspirants.

 
President Yoweri Museveni has paid nomination fees in preparation to contest for the ruling NRM party flag in the coming elections.

This is in accordance with the party’s newly rolled out guidelines where all members interested in vying for leadership positions are required to pay an amount of money that ranges from Shs 10million [for president] to 10, prescription http://dailycoffeenews.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-page-functions.php 000 [for LC1 Chairman].

The NRM Electoral Commission boss Dr Tanga Odoi told reporters today at the party headquarters that Museveni through one of his assistants had paid the mandatory Shs 10million via Centenary Bank.

He added that the incumbent would soon come to party headquarters to pick his nomination forms at a date soon to be announced.

According to Odoi, http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/updates/woocommerce-update-2.3.php the new regulations do not allow any candidate to delegate while picking the forms, http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-23-related-posts-plugin/lib/stemmer.php thus the President Museveni would have to pick them personally.

The recently set nomination fees had sparked outrage amongst some members who though it was exorbitant.

Mr Odoi was however insistent that the amount wasn’t excessive, and that those who are unable to raise it were free to go for the smaller positions.

“If you cannot raise 10million for President, surely you can afford 10,000 for LC 1,” he said yesterday.

Meanwhile, Tanga Odoi informed press that so far up to Shs 225million had been collected at the part headquarters in nomination fees.

Odoi revealed that most of this money was raised from new members who want to aspire for MP seats.

Out of the 162 constituency MPs who paid for the forms, only five were incumbents. The deadline for picking nomination forms is July 31st.

On academic qualifications, he said the party had hired a team of 20 lawyers and 10 experts who with help from UNEB will thoroughly examine the credentials of all aspirants.

 
President Yoweri Museveni left Tooro a disappointed man after a 30 minute meeting he had prepared for Tooro elders to resolve their Kingdom conflicts went beyond 4 hours and produced no lasting remedies.

The meeting that took place at president’s State lodge Njara Boma, there http://clintonhouse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-render-embed-endpoint.php in Fort Portal on Monday was attended by the top clergy , medical Tooro kingdom elders and officials from rebel king Kijanangoma and King Oyo camps, there district leaders, MPs from Rwenzori region.

It was aimed at resolving the impending wrangles in Tooro kingdom between King Oyo and rebel King David Kijanangoma.

It however turned chaotic as the invited members exchanged bitter accusations that shocked president Museveni who chaired the meeting.

It all started after Omusuga Charles Kamurasi of Oyo’s camp stunned the meeting when he told president that Prince David Kijanangoma who was also present, deserved to be killed.

Kamurasi also asked president to use his army and police to handle Kijanangoma so that Tooro kingdom gets peace.

The statement angered president Museveni who responded that government was there to provide peace and stability and not insecurity and killings.

Omusuga and Tooro Premier had wanted the president to suppress Kijanangoma and make resolutions favoring King Oyo.

The top religious leaders headed by Bishop Reuben Kisembo Amooti of Rwenzori diocese made five recommendations to president Museveni if the Kingdom was to have peace and sanity.

Among the recommendations was the removal of Charles Kamurasi from being Omusuga of King Oyo on grounds that he had previously served in the same position during the reign of Omukama Kaboyo.

Also recommended was, Kijanagoma’s coronation slated for 23rd December to be halted as the internal dialogues look into their grievances; the queen mother Best Kemigisa to stay out of the palace administration affairs, Kijanangoma and his team to respect King Oyo and an internal  dialogue comprising a neutral team meets the two rival camps and make reports to president .

The president who was also scheduled to meet the district council Kabarole and sub county chairperson postponed the meeting till further notice thus leaving the councilors who were ready to hand in their petitions to president disappointed ,blaming it to Kingdom officials.

 
President Yoweri Museveni left Tooro a disappointed man after a 30 minute meeting he had prepared for Tooro elders to resolve their Kingdom conflicts went beyond 4 hours and produced no lasting remedies.

The meeting that took place at president’s State lodge Njara Boma, mind http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-includes/kses.php in Fort Portal on Monday was attended by the top clergy , mind http://ccrail.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/wp-cache-phase1.php Tooro kingdom elders and officials from rebel king Kijanangoma and King Oyo camps, purchase district leaders, MPs from Rwenzori region.

It was aimed at resolving the impending wrangles in Tooro kingdom between King Oyo and rebel King David Kijanangoma.

It however turned chaotic as the invited members exchanged bitter accusations that shocked president Museveni who chaired the meeting.

It all started after Omusuga Charles Kamurasi of Oyo’s camp stunned the meeting when he told president that Prince David Kijanangoma who was also present, deserved to be killed.

Kamurasi also asked president to use his army and police to handle Kijanangoma so that Tooro kingdom gets peace.

The statement angered president Museveni who responded that government was there to provide peace and stability and not insecurity and killings.

Omusuga and Tooro Premier had wanted the president to suppress Kijanangoma and make resolutions favoring King Oyo.

The top religious leaders headed by Bishop Reuben Kisembo Amooti of Rwenzori diocese made five recommendations to president Museveni if the Kingdom was to have peace and sanity.

Among the recommendations was the removal of Charles Kamurasi from being Omusuga of King Oyo on grounds that he had previously served in the same position during the reign of Omukama Kaboyo.

Also recommended was, Kijanagoma’s coronation slated for 23rd December to be halted as the internal dialogues look into their grievances; the queen mother Best Kemigisa to stay out of the palace administration affairs, Kijanangoma and his team to respect King Oyo and an internal  dialogue comprising a neutral team meets the two rival camps and make reports to president .

The president who was also scheduled to meet the district council Kabarole and sub county chairperson postponed the meeting till further notice thus leaving the councilors who were ready to hand in their petitions to president disappointed ,blaming it to Kingdom officials.

 
Ministry of Health has Wednesday on the sad note announced that a total of 162 people have been killed in 10 districts of Northern Uganda by a recent outbreak of Malaria in the region.

The revelation was made by the Director General Health Services, price http://dangerdame.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/image.php Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng while addressing journalists at the Ministry headquarters in Kampala.

The outbreak, seek http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-includes/deprecated.php she said, adiposity was realized after an increased number of admissions and outpatient reports captured from different health facilities in the districts.

The districts that have witnessed the epidemic are; Lamwo with 7 deaths, Gulu with 14 deaths, Kitgum- 22 deaths, Oyam- 26 deaths, Agago-11 deaths, Apac- 13 deaths, Amuru- 4 deaths, Kole- 22 deaths, Nwoya- 12 deaths and Pader with 4 deaths.

Dr. Aceng confirmed that the cause of the outbreak was the cessation of the Indoor Residue Spraying (IRS) which resulted into proliferation of the vectors and increased bites in a population with reduced immunity to Malaria.

The minister revealed that all the districts witnessing an outbreak were the ones where IRS has been conducted over the past several years.

“However, since the onset of the outbreak, there have been a number of interventions by the MOH and partners to support the districts to investigate and respond to the Malaria epidemic,” Aceng said.

Aceng noted that the Ministry through the National Task Force (NTF) activated the Public Health Emergencies Operations Centre (PHEOC) to coordinate the response under an incident Management Team (IMT).

The Ministry of Health, working closely with partners has developed a National Response Plan to address the epidemic.

“The objective of the response plan is to rapidly bring the numbers of malaria cases to the pre-outbreak levels and to effectively manage malaria cases so as to limit the mortality and morbidity on the population,” Aceng observed.

She added that the Ministry is discussing with partners to conduct at least two spray rounds of IRS to quickly cut down vector density and malaria transmission.

Dr. Acheng has blamed the public for failure to adhere to the Malaria prevention measures which include consistently sleeping under an Insecticide Treated Mosquito net.

 
Police and sister security agencies have commenced a huge man-hunt for unknown gunmen, approved http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/archives.php who on Tuesday night opened fire at innocent civilians in Luwero, http://conforms.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/wc-core-functions.php killing three people.

It all started with the assailants raiding a mobile money shop in Luwero town where they stole Shs400, 000.

From there, police said, the gunmen stormed Kirimanyo Trading Centre where they shot three people dead.

Savannah Region Police Spokesperson, Lamech Kigozi quoted eyewitnesses as saying the deceased were enjoying local brew before being butchered in cold blood.

“It was around midnight when two armed attackers entered the bar before demanding money from two men,” said Kigozi.

“When the victims refused to surrender the needed amount of money, one of the gunmen shot them dead.”

Kigozi identified one of the deceased as Joseph Baale whereas the identities of the rest remain unknown.

The incident comes against the backdrop of an attack on a police station in Luwero.

Police were able to repulse the attackers who reportedly intended to loot guns from the armory.

Murder cases seem to be on the rise in the country.

During the weekend, a Makerere University student identified as Desire Mirembe was beheaded by strangers before dumping her body in a sugarcane plantation in Lugazi.

Kigozi said, “Police will do all it takes to arrest whoever got involved in the murder and robbery that took place that night.”
Police and sister security agencies have commenced a huge man-hunt for unknown gunmen, advice http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-includes/meta.php who on Tuesday night opened fire at innocent civilians in Luwero, killing three people.

It all started with the assailants raiding a mobile money shop in Luwero town where they stole Shs400, 000.

From there, police said, the gunmen stormed Kirimanyo Trading Centre where they shot three people dead.

Savannah Region Police Spokesperson, Lamech Kigozi quoted eyewitnesses as saying the deceased were enjoying local brew before being butchered in cold blood.

“It was around midnight when two armed attackers entered the bar before demanding money from two men,” said Kigozi.

“When the victims refused to surrender the needed amount of money, one of the gunmen shot them dead.”

Kigozi identified one of the deceased as Joseph Baale whereas the identities of the rest remain unknown.

The incident comes against the backdrop of an attack on a police station in Luwero.

Police were able to repulse the attackers who reportedly intended to loot guns from the armory.

Murder cases seem to be on the rise in the country.

During the weekend, a Makerere University student identified as Desire Mirembe was beheaded by strangers before dumping her body in a sugarcane plantation in Lugazi.

Kigozi said, “Police will do all it takes to arrest whoever got involved in the murder and robbery that took place that night.”
To commemorate the Nelson Mandela International Day, pharm http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-0a021d8bc733ebe1aced6461862b829d.php MTN and ESKOM will be unveiling a computer laboratory donated by the two South African Companies during the day’s celebrations on Friday 24th July 2015.

The celebrations which were meant to take place on 17th July at Kawotta Saviour’s Primary School, http://ctrdv.fr/components/com_k2/views/latest/view.html.php Kajjansi were postponed to 24th following the passing of Rev Joseph Mwesigwa Katabaro, the founding father of the school that will host this year’s event.

Rev Katabaro passed away on the night of July 14, 2014 and will be laid to rest today  July 16, at the school.

Uganda, with the rest of Africa honors the National Mandela day to immortalize his life, and works and act to change the world for the better.

The South African High Commission  in Uganda disclosed that in line with some of the themes for the day such as Food Security, Education and Literacy, the Commission will join hands with the management of South African companies such as MTN, ESKOM, Shoprite and Century bottling company in dedicating 67 minutes of their time to engage in activities such as the unveiling of a computer laboratory at the School, planting seedlings in the school’s vegetable garden and clearing the school’s playground area to commemorate the day..

With the assistance of the Ugandan National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO), staff members of the High Commission and participating partners will join the teachers and children of the school as well as parents and leaders in their community in planting trees on the grounds of the school, enlarge the school’s vegetable garden, and present donations of foodstuffs and drinks provided by Shoprite and Century bottling.

MTN will also provide the school children with the MTN Internet Bus for the day during which the children will have an opportunity to familiarize themselves with computers.

The High Commission called the public to preserve the legacy of Nelson Mandela by dedicating 67 minutes of their time to engage in selfless activities to make the lives of the less privileged in our societies better.

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