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We Won’t Deliver This Country’s Leadership To Drug Addicts – NRM Woman MP Stings Bobi Wine

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Kakumiro Woman MP Robinah Nabbanja with Bobi Wine

Robinah Nabbanja, the Woman Member of Parliament (MP) for Kakumiro district has warned People Power boss Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu alias Bobi Wine that her NRM party is not going to deliver this country’s leadership into the hands of drug addicts.

Nabbanja, who was accompanied by Kampala minister Betty Kamya at the fundraising of a local Church in Kyalyamasasa in Kakumiro District said that, “we no longer need violence in our country. We don’t want to give our country to these drug addicts who have recently come out and declared that they want to lead us. No way, our country loves Museveni, the president just needs women like Betty Kamya, to join him.”

Nabanja told Betty Kamya to use her position as minister to change the country by working together with president Museveni instead of leaving the country to drug addicts or weed smokers.

As the guest of honour, Kamya told Kakumiro locals that she does not regret joining president Museveni because opposition is clueless when it comes to matters of taking this country forward.

“I was very close to Besigye but when i peeped into the kitchen where we prepared our strategies to take power from as oposition, I saw no hope. Come 2021, oposition is going to perform poorly because Ugandans are tired of violence. Ugandans want to go about their businesses peacefully so that they can look after their families,” Kamya said.

At the start of this year, Bobi Wine declared that he is going to stand against President Museveni in the 2021 elections a decision that did not go well with many in the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party. Since then, many in NRM have branded him a drug addict who cannot be entrusted with the leadership of this country.

By Doreen Menezer

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NRM Is Like A Son To Mbabazi, You Cannot Separate Them, I Laughed When I Saw Opposition Jump Onto His Bandwagon – Minister Kiwanda…

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State minister for tourism Godfrey Kiwanda Suubi has revealed that former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has NRM blood flowing in his veins, hence he can never abandon the party.

While appearing on Buganda owned BBS TV’s Amaaso ku gwanga talk show, Kiwanda laughed at the opposition characters who jubilated and boasted that they had fished a whale from the NRM in Amama Mbabazi.

Kiwanda said that the Mbabazi he knows cannot just slaughter his son the NRM for street people like Mpuuga and Ssegona because he has invested a lot in it.

“I looked at my good friends Medard Ssegona and Mathias Mpuuga jumping on Mbabazi’s bandwagon, I wondered how they calculated their political cards. Let me tell you, Museveni can leave NRM but Mbabazi cannot,” Kiwanda revealed.

Kiwanda boosted that like Mbabazi, he was also among the 179 promoters of the NRM party who signed on the party’s constitution. He explained that Museveni was not among the people who signed on the party constitution because he was still a serving military officer and the law did not allow him to participate in the partisan politics.

Kiwanda assured Ugandans that more NRM historicals like Mzee Jaberi Bidandi Ssali and Charles Rwomushana  will soon follow Mbabazi back to NRM. The shadow minister for lands who also doubles as Nakaseke South legislator Paul Lutamaguzi supported Kiwanda saying that you cannot separate Mbabazi from NRM because he is among the people in the yellow bus who accumulated a lot of wealth.

He said that he tried to warn to his bosses in the Democratic Party to thoroughly investigate Mbabazi’s defection to the opposition before jumping on him as their presidential candidate in 2016 general elections but they never listened to him.

By Jamil Lutakome

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New Principle Judge Reverses His Former Boss’ Decision To Transfer High Court Judges, Sekaana Returns To Kampala To Finish EC Bosses Byabakama, Rwakojo Case…

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Justice Sekaana and Lawyer Male Mabirizi

The newly appointed principle judge Dr Flavian Zeija has reversed his former boss Yolokam Bamwine’s decision to transfer High Court judges.

In the new circular No.01\2020 copied to the Chief Justice, Deputy Chief Justice, Chief Registrar and all High Court judges, Zeija noted that he decided to reverse the transfer made by Bamwine before retiring from his office because of the petitions he has been receiving from different individuals. Some of the judges had not yet reported to their new working places.

Among the beneficiaries of the reversed transfers was the controversial High Court civil Division judge Musa Sekaana. In the previous transfers, he had been transferred to Mbarara high court, the new transfers bring him back to Kampala High Court Civil Division. On Tuesday, Sekaana refused to excuse himself from the controversial case where people’s government through their lawyer Erias Lukwago and city lawyer Male Mabirizi wanted him to recuse himself from their case because he was a lawyer representing the Electoral Commission (EC).

Both applicants are claiming that both justice Simon Byabakama, the EC chairperson and EC Secretary General are occupying the offices illegally.

By Ssengooba Alirabaki

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I Want You To Apologise In 5-days For Lying And Blackmailing Our Family – Nebanda’s Mother Gives Nantaba 5-Day Ultimatum For Alleging She Called Her Over People Who Want Her Dead…

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The family of the former Butaleja  woman Member Of Parliament (MP), the late Cerina Nebanda has distanced itself from the statements  made by Kayunga woman MP Aidah Nantaba that the people who killed their daughter are the ones tormenting Nantaba.

During Tuesday’s session in parliament, Nantaba told parliament that Nabanda’s Mother called her and informed her about the plot to have her eliminated.

Nantaba said, “I received a phone call from Cerinah Nebanda’s mother. She told me honorable, you are going to be killed by the same person who killed my daughter. I was shocked because I didn’t know where she had got my number. She told me I should go to her to get the details about the plot.”

In a letter to Nantaba, Nebanda’s mother, Alice Namulwa has given the former ICT minister five days to apologize and retract her blackmail on the floor of parliament.

Namulwa says, “Upon your Wednesday 22nd January 2020 very basless politically criminal utterances during the parliament session, I Alice Namulwa Mukasa mother to the late Hon Cerina Nabanda and the entire Nebanda family have been deeply saddened by your blatant blackmail and defamation of myself and for that matter the entire Nebanda family.”

She adds, “Indeed an very certain that you know very well that I have never in my life telephoned you neither have I had any connection or dealings with you whatsoever and for that matter I cannot and will not be party to your renown continued immature political gimmicks and I accordingly publically completely disassociate myself from your such accustomed negative diversionary tendencies more so by implication against the government of Uganda.”

“Consequently therefore I am asking you to publically straightaway retract those blackmail utterances in both the print and electronic media including on the floor of parliament of Uganda, in any case not later than the close of business Tuesday 28th January 2020. Failure of which I have already instructed my family lawyers to without any further delay take the required necessary legal course of action against you at your own peril and embarrassment,” she notes.

By Josephine Kauma

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