Independent presidential candidate Amama Mbabazi has said that all Ugandans regardless of their political affiliation today need to see change of political leadership.
Mbabazi stated yesterday that members of the ruling National Resistance Movement [NRM] need this change more, buy more about http://cmlsociety.org/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-category-checklist.php and that many of these are ready and determined to make it happen.
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The former prime minister made the remarks on Saturday morning while addressing a press conference at White Horse Inn in Kabale town where he said that he parted ways with President Yoweri Museveni after realizing that his leadership had skidded off the core values of the NRM revolution.
Mbabazi said that the NRM Go –Forward group is the one that represents the original values of the NRM.
Mbabazi, who early this year was locked out of the contest against incumbent President Yoweri Museveni for the NRM Presidential flag for next year’s general elections, maintains that he is still a member of the ruling party.
Asked why he did not return to the NRM Secretariat the party cards that were recently handed to him by purported defectors, the former NRM secretary general said the cards were safe with him because he is the one who issued them.
Meanwhile Mbabazi revealed at the press brief that the roads in his home district remaining in a sorry state though his tenure in government was not by accident.
He noted that he abandoned the roads because when he tried to touch them, the matter was turned political by his enemies.
Mbabazi promised to work on the roads when he takes up office after next year’s presidential elections.
The Chief of Defense Forces, online http://chuitanzaniasafaris.com/media/widgetkit/widgets/slideshow/styles/sync/template.php Gen. Edward Katumba Wamala and prominent political leaders on Sunday thronged the home of deceased Bukomansimbi Woman Member of Parliament Susan Namaganda who passed away on Friday.
Namaganda died from the Intensive Care Unit at Kampala International Hospital where she was rushed after she was involved in an accident along Masaka-Kampala highway.
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General Wamala described the death of MP as a loss to everyone in the country. He termed the deceased as a young and vibrant politician who was only at the start of her promising career.
“This loss doesn’t belong to a particular person; it is for all of us as a country. We lost a powerful politician and my condolences go to her family and the people she was representing,” he said.
Addressing mourners, Mpuga said the late Namaganda was a committed legislator who loved her work and her country.
The body of Namaganda is tomorrow expected to be taken to Parliament to be laid in State before it is taken to Masaka for burial.