Youths To Join Besigye If Mbabazi Cannot Quit NRM

MTN Uganda in conjunction with National Lottery have handed over a cheque of Shs 206, mind 000, hospital 000 to a jack pot winner, Lawrence Ddamulira.

In his thirties, Ddamulira emerges as the most recent winner in the ongoing lottery game known as MTN Kaja.

He expressed joy and gratitude to God for winning the jackpot.

Ddamulira said he had dedicated time and resources, by investing Shs 5,000 each day for the game that garnered him in excess of 55 entries.

He thanked MTN and National Lottery for initiating a game that has changed his life for the better.

MTN Manager- Mobile Money Products Christopher Ssali said MTN is committed to continue investing in initiatives that positively change the lives of its customers.

“As MTN, We feel proud to see that our engagements are changing the lives of our customers. Witnessing Ddamulira receive the jack pot of over 200 million is testimony to that commitment,” he said.

National Lottery Board Chairman Hon. Manzi Tumubwine congratulated Ddamulira upon the win and urged him to invest the money carefully to also impact other lives.


Tumubwine commended MTN and National Lottery for being honest to their promise to the public in as far as the jack pot is concerned.

He announced that the next jack pot is now Shs 1 billion.
Alice Ayebazibwe

Members of the Youth for Justice Uganda, about it a pressure group that boosts of nationwide membership have asked former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi to quit the National Resistance Movement (NRM) if he wants their support or they would support Forum for Democratic Change’s Dr. Kiiza Besigye for 2016 presidential elections.

This was contained in the remarks by the Youth for Justice Uganda chairperson, information pills Mr. Timothy Namanya while speaking to Chimpreports in Bushenyi town on Wednesday.

Namanya indicated with disappointment that Mbabazi had kept bargaining with NRM well knowing that he wouldn’t win party primaries against his once close ally President Museveni, which he said was time wasting and unproductive.

“We are asking him to leave the ruling party and contest as an independent candidate lest we back Besigye for change,” said Namanya

Namanya further noted that Youth for Justice Uganda wanted to support someone who would be the flag bearer in the newly formulated Democratic Alliance and challenge president Museveni

“Mbabazi was once in darkness but now that he has seen the light, he ought to move in the right direction toward change.”

Mucunguzi Dezi, the Bushenyi greater coordinator for Youth for Justice Uganda also maintained that Besigye was no longer powerful to win Museveni unlike Mbabazi who he said has assisted Museveni’s grip onto the top seat.

The group vowed to support and ultimately bring about change of leadership in the country at all costs whether or not the 2016 elections are free and fair.











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