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NUP diaspora activism threatens Dutch funding to IPOD

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Protests staged by the National Unity Platform-NUP party supporters in the diaspora are threatening the support the Dutch government extends to the Interparty Organization for Dialogue-IPOD. The National Resistance Movement-NRM party Secretary General and Chairperson of the IPOD Council of Secretaries, Richard Todwong revealed this in …

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Civil society actors worried as DGF project nears end

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Civil society actors are operating in uncertainty of their future as the deadline for the Democratic Governance Facility-DGF to wind down its operations in Uganda draws closer. The facility, a pool of funds from different international donors is the major funder of over 60 Non-Governmental Organisations-NGOs, …

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Democratic Party MPs call for Mao’s resignation

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | A section of Members of Parliament of the Democratic Party-DP have distanced themselves from the signed working cooperation agreement between the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party and DP. On Wednesday, President Yoweri Museveni, also the NRM National chairman signed on behalf of his party the cooperation …

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DEAL: Mao signs cooperation agreement with Museveni

Mao told Museveni that he now has the historical opportunity to gather party members scattered all over Uganda Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The National Resistance Movement-NRM party has signed a working cooperation agreement with the Democratic Party-DP at State House, Entebbe. President Yoweri Museveni, also the National chairman of …

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Mao calls for opposition MPs to head the human rights committee

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Democratic Party President Nobert Mao wants the Human Rights Committee of Parliament chaired by the opposition in order to keep the government in check. He made the recommendation while appearing before the Human Rights Committee of Parliament which is probing violence in the just …

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Carry your pens on polling day -Mao advises Ugandans

Pader, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | Democratic party President, Nobert Mao has asked voters to carry their own pens on voting day as a measure to safeguard against the corona virus and other dangers. Nobert Mao who was addressing Pader residents at Mayor’s garden in Pader Town council on Sunday evening …

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Mao blocked from campaigning in Bundibugyo town

Bundibugyo, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | The police in Bundibugyo District on Friday blocked the Democratic Party-DP presidential candidate Nobert Mao from campaigning in Bundibugyo Town. Moa was also expected to campaign in Ntoroko district.  In Bundibugyo Mao had planned to campaign at the Booma Grounds in Bundibugyo town.  However, the security …

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Can Gulu swing the voting tide to favor NRM?

Gulu, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM party still faces an uphill task to win hearts of voters in Gulu city according to observations made by area politicians and opinion leaders. Unlike the districts of Lamwo, Kitgum, Pader and Omoro where the NRM party has enjoyed some …

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Mao calls for peaceful transition of power

Kyotera, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT | The Democratic Party-DP Presidential candidate Nobert Mao has asked Ugandans to join the struggle for a peaceful change of government.  Mao who was on Sunday campaigning in Rakai and Kyotera districts said that Ugandans should emulate other East African countries which include Kenya, Burundi and …

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DP leaders clash at Nakasirye’s burial

Kyotera, Uganda |  THE INDEPENDENT |  The burial of the late Kyotera Woman Member of Parliament, Robinah Nakasirye Ssentongo at Lwankoni B village in Lwankoni Sub-county turned into a battle field between two Democratic Party-DP leaders. The drama started after Ssentongo’s casket was lowered in the grave following a requiem service …

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