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Friday, May 13 2016

Presidemt Museveni receiving the instruments  of power

At exactly five minutes to mid-day the president elect, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, was sworn in as the duly elected President at the Kololo ceremonial grounds on Thursday, May 12, 2016.

A 21-gun-salute was followed after receiving all the instruments of power that included the court of arms, the national flag and constitution among others. Venancious Baryamureeba and Maureen Kyalya were the only former Presidential candidates that made it for the swearing in ceremony.

Fighter jets that were earlier on rocking Kampala were back again to decorate Kololo airstrip as part of the swearing in celebrations.

"Abana Uganda Muli Mutya..Mukulike Obutabaalo! I would wish to congratulate all Ugandans for having gone through the elections peacefully. Today, we have many visitors who are here to celebrate with us." President Museveni went on to introduce his guests who included 14 Heads of State and other dignitaries.

The Chad President Idriss Deby, The King of Lesotho, Head of Guinea, Mzee Gabriel Mugabe of Zimbabwe, our neighbours Presidents Magufuli (TZ) and Uhuru Kenyatta (KY). Others included; South African President Jacob Zuma, Sudan's Omar al-Bashir (who was very excited about Museveni's remarks on ICC) and South Sudan's Salva Kiir among others.

Former Presidents of Tanzania, Jakaya Kikwete and Ali Hassan Mwinyi also graced the function.

"NRM welcomes leaders from other parties provided they don't subscribe to civil disobedience. I wish you a happy 2016-2012, thank you very much." The President promised to tackle corruption, pledged his commitment to deal with whoever dared to disrupt the peace in the country. He also emphasized on commercial farming.

Short of that, security was tight in and around the city, social networks (Facebook, Twitter and this time Instagram) were blocked like it was the case in February at the time of the elections. Well, the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) former presidential candidate, Rtd. Col. Dr. Kizza Besigye, had earlier on held his "swearing in ceremony" from an unknown location and that clip was doing rounds online so blocking the social networks prevented it from going viral.

Related: Uganda Elections.

Posted by: uowd AT 08:00 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
MC Kats and baby mama, Fille

Their daughter turned 7, a few days back.

During the interview, MC Kats caught up with his baby mama on a number of issues ranging from her Extended Play that she will be releasing soon, the two collaboration songs that King Saha agreed to work on with Fille.

Hellen Lukoma gifted with a Range Rover

Asked what the magic was, and Hellen was like and that is nothing, he is capable of a lot more.

"I have two children, Ata and Ark, with my Heaven sent Anwar, we have been together for five years. I am a good person and my hubby is the only one in this world, he was made for me and by the way, that is nothing compared to the things he has done."

Sheebah Karungi quits TNS

In a Snapchat post decorated with green snakes emojis, God's Plan who is currently in the UK has revealed how the 'Bango' singer ended up dating his then girlfriend Sheilah Gashumba.

"He used to come to my apartment to chill, drink and eat food..."

Zari and her new lover Choppa

Not long back, when Zari was explaining how she hit the rocks with King Bae, who turned out to be romance scammer, she said that it is not about money when it comes to dating her, so even the not so loaded guys were welcome to give it a try, but looking at her new lover, GK Choppa, he seems to be wearing two faces, in him you see a combination of her late hubby and Diamond Platnumz.


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