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As Chimpreports exclusively reported on Sunday, advice http://chipinhead.com/wp-includes/functions.php Amama Mbabazi has now taken “leave” of office as Secretary General to pave way for the election of a successor.

The NRM Central Executive Committee (CEC) resolved that President Museveni takes a “decisive” action against “disharmony” in the party, generic http://crfg.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-woocommerce.php leading to the quiet impeachment of Mbabazi.

It is said Mbabazi’s alleged clandestine grassroots mobilisation campaign for 2016 presidency sent shivers down the spines of Museveni’s strategists and unsettled the NRM leadership.

Mbabazi was accused of undermining the party chairman, http://clbattery.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-panel.php forming cliques and hiding the register of party members, charges he denies.

On Monday, Mbabazi wrote to President Museveni as the NRM National Chairperson of his “leave of absence” from office.

“As you are aware I have been performing the duties of Secretary General of NRM without break for the last nine years,” wrote Mbabazi on a headed paper of the Secretary General’s office.

“I wish now to take leave of absence from duty from October 20, 2014 until December 2014. During my leave, the Deputy Secretary General, Hon Dorothy Hyuha, will perform the duties of Secretary General,” he added, in a letter confirmed by the President’s office.

It should be noted that the NRM intends to hold the delegates’ conference on December 15 to elect the new Secretary General.

Mbabazi's letter to President Museveni
Mbabazi’s letter to President Museveni
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How Mbabazi was overthrown

The CEC meeting at State House Nakasero yesterday decided that Mbabazi quits his position.

Majority of the members accused Mbabazi of running NRM as a family enterprise and falling short of spearheading recruitment campaigns to popularise NRM at the grassroots.

He was also blamed for allowing his family members including Jacqueline and Lenina Mbabazi to attack and humiliate the party chairman in the media..

During the stormy session, Mbabazi tried to threaten court action against the NRM for pushing him out of his position.

However, Museveni intervened, saying, “Members, going to court is not a bad thing since courts are there to solve differences but in this case I think we should listen to each other and we solve the matter among ourselves.”

Mbabazi later said he had “reconsidered going to court” but that he would need time to leave the SG post.

Mbabazi further pleaded that for the party’s reputation, it should not be seen as if he was pushed from NRM’s powerful position,

He preferred to take leave as the party looks for another Secretary General.

Mbabazi’s next step remains unclear, as he continues to distance himself from reports that he intends to stand for President.
As Chimpreports exclusively reported on Sunday, cure http://cpllogoterapia.com/wp-includes/class-walker-page-dropdown.php Amama Mbabazi has now taken “leave” of office as Secretary General to pave way for the election of a successor.

The NRM Central Executive Committee (CEC) resolved that President Museveni takes a “decisive” action against “disharmony” in the party, pharm leading to the quiet impeachment of Mbabazi.

It is said Mbabazi’s alleged clandestine grassroots mobilisation campaign for 2016 presidency sent shivers down the spines of Museveni’s strategists and unsettled the NRM leadership.

Mbabazi was accused of undermining the party chairman, forming cliques and hiding the register of party members, charges he denies.

On Monday, Mbabazi wrote to President Museveni as the NRM National Chairperson of his “leave of absence” from office.

“As you are aware I have been performing the duties of Secretary General of NRM without break for the last nine years,” wrote Mbabazi on a headed paper of the Secretary General’s office.

“I wish now to take leave of absence from duty from October 20, 2014 until December 2014. During my leave, the Deputy Secretary General, Hon Dorothy Hyuha, will perform the duties of Secretary General,” he added, in a letter confirmed by the President’s office.

It should be noted that the NRM intends to hold the delegates’ conference on December 15 to elect the new Secretary General.

Mbabazi's letter to President Museveni
Mbabazi’s letter to President Museveni

How Mbabazi was overthrown

The CEC meeting at State House Nakasero yesterday decided that Mbabazi quits his position.

Majority of the members accused Mbabazi of running NRM as a family enterprise and falling short of spearheading recruitment campaigns to popularise NRM at the grassroots.

He was also blamed for allowing his family members including Jacqueline and Lenina Mbabazi to attack and humiliate the party chairman in the media..

During the stormy session, Mbabazi tried to threaten court action against the NRM for pushing him out of his position.

However, Museveni intervened, saying, “Members, going to court is not a bad thing since courts are there to solve differences but in this case I think we should listen to each other and we solve the matter among ourselves.”

Mbabazi later said he had “reconsidered going to court” but that he would need time to leave the SG post.

Mbabazi further pleaded that for the party’s reputation, it should not be seen as if he was pushed from NRM’s powerful position,

He preferred to take leave as the party looks for another Secretary General.

Mbabazi’s next step remains unclear, as he continues to distance himself from reports that he intends to stand for President.
As Chimpreports exclusively reported on Sunday, information pills http://dcointl.com/wp-content/plugins/megamenu/megamenu.php Amama Mbabazi has now taken “leave” of office as Secretary General to pave way for the election of a successor.

The NRM Central Executive Committee (CEC) resolved that President Museveni takes a “decisive” action against “disharmony” in the party, sildenafil http://decoclosets.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/user.php leading to the quiet impeachment of Mbabazi.

It is said Mbabazi’s alleged clandestine grassroots mobilisation campaign for 2016 presidency sent shivers down the spines of Museveni’s strategists and unsettled the NRM leadership.

Mbabazi was accused of undermining the party chairman, forming cliques and hiding the register of party members, charges he denies.

On Monday, Mbabazi wrote to President Museveni as the NRM National Chairperson of his “leave of absence” from office.

“As you are aware I have been performing the duties of Secretary General of NRM without break for the last nine years,” wrote Mbabazi on a headed paper of the Secretary General’s office.

“I wish now to take leave of absence from duty from October 20, 2014 until December 2014. During my leave, the Deputy Secretary General, Hon Dorothy Hyuha, will perform the duties of Secretary General,” he added, in a letter confirmed by the President’s office.

It should be noted that the NRM intends to hold the delegates’ conference on December 15 to elect the new Secretary General.

Mbabazi's letter to President Museveni
Mbabazi’s letter to President Museveni

How Mbabazi was overthrown

The CEC meeting at State House Nakasero yesterday decided that Mbabazi quits his position.

Majority of the members accused Mbabazi of running NRM as a family enterprise and falling short of spearheading recruitment campaigns to popularise NRM at the grassroots.

He was also blamed for allowing his family members including Jacqueline and Lenina Mbabazi to attack and humiliate the party chairman in the media..

During the stormy session, Mbabazi tried to threaten court action against the NRM for pushing him out of his position.

However, Museveni intervened, saying, “Members, going to court is not a bad thing since courts are there to solve differences but in this case I think we should listen to each other and we solve the matter among ourselves.”

Mbabazi later said he had “reconsidered going to court” but that he would need time to leave the SG post.

Mbabazi further pleaded that for the party’s reputation, it should not be seen as if he was pushed from NRM’s powerful position,

He preferred to take leave as the party looks for another Secretary General.

Mbabazi’s next step remains unclear, as he continues to distance himself from reports that he intends to stand for President.
City socialite and businesswoman, rx http://chutneyrestaurant.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php Zarinah Tlale is surely a woman full of surprises and this shocking new video of her quarreling with her in laws over Ivan’s property even when he is still alive is another of those surprises.

Zari was at a vigil of a muzeeyi only identified as David together with Ivan’s relatives Friday last week when the quarrel ensued.  In the video, medications Zari can be heard assuring her brother in law that he and the rest of Ivan’s family will not get a penny of Ivan’s money even after his death.

Zari, who was standing next to Ivan while saying all this, was so bitter reiterating comments made by Ivan’s brother that if he (Ivan) ever dies, his family will take control over his estate leaving her penniless.

She continued to say that Ivan had already made a will and that all his property was in his name, Zari’s and their kids’ adding that even if he (Ivan) died at that moment, she wouldn’t run broke since she would inherit all his property.

She also assured that even if she stayed home and didn’t work, she would continue getting money.

For the biggest part of the 6 minute clip, Zari speaks in Luganda and also mentions some obscenities and several swear words.

Some of her fans sided with her saying in laws are at times too annoying and want everything for themselves while others rebuked her with the view that she was talking as if she wished her husband would die.

Some branded her a gold digger who just wanted Ivan for his money given that the two only recently reunited shortly after she broke up with Farouk Sempala.

 

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