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MPs React To State Of The Nation Address


Gilbert Olanya, MP Kilak South Amuru District I expected him to talk about the health and education sectors which are collapsing but he is instead talking of giving youth in Kalerwe and Nakawa, machines. Are those technical schools to train thousands of unskilled youth? Check Also: Uganda: State Of The Nation Address 2016 Simon Oyet, MP Nwoya County FDC This is ...

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Members Of Parliament Tell Lokodo To focus On Bigger Things And Leave Makerere students


Blow is the mps chat where we managed to spot MPs tell father Lukodo to focus on bigger things and leave Makerere students alone. We decided to bring it all to you and see where it all started from. Check Also: Bobi Wine Successfully Nominated For Kyadondo East Constituency Tumwebaze: Looks like it’s in the bag for Sebalu. Bobi Wine has ...

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Bobi Wine Successfully Nominated For Kyadondo East Constituency

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Singer Robert Kyagulanyi better known as Bobi Wine has successfully been nominated for the Kyadondo East by-election. Flanked by his wife, Barbie Itungo and a mammoth crowd, Bobi was found fitting to contest by the Electoral commission. Check also: Taban Amin’s grandson thrown out of parliament The singer-turned politician is now a duly nominated candidate as the race gets tighter. BOBI WINE ...

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Taban Amin’s grandson thrown out of parliament

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Three Justices of Uganda’s Court of Appeal have thrown out of Parliament Taban Amin on grounds that he was not a registered voter and therefore not qualified for nomination and election. Check also: Amin Was More Developmental Than Museveni- Besigye Justices Steven Kavuma, Cheborion Barishaki and Paul Mugamba agreed with Otada Sam Amooti who is Taban’s political rival and the one ...

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Museveni Can’t Be Removed By Elections – Mzee Boniface Byanyima

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Back in January 2005, BONIFACE BYANYIMA (now deceased) was the national chairman of the Democratic Party. In an interview with BENON HERBERT OLUKA, Byanyima announced he had decided to quit active politics because it was ‘too dirty.’ He also candidly opened up about his bitter relationship with President Museveni, whom he said was standing in the way of democracy. Check also: Why Uganda And ...

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