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Uganda wamchagua Spika mwanamke

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Mlimazunzu, May 19, 2011.

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    Mlimazunzu JF-Expert Member

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    Hatimae ule usemi wa kwamba wanawake wanaweza umetimia baada ya Mh. Rebecca Kadada kumshinda mpinzani wake ktk kiti cha Uspika Nchini Uganda kwa kura nyingi mno 302 vs 57. Hongereni wanawake wote Duniani nawapenda
     
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    Mtu Mmoja JF-Expert Member

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    mmh, yaleyaleee ya kibibi gula!!
     
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    Lugha ngumu mkubwa nifahamishe taf
     
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    Naona madikteta wamekuja na mpya .... Alianza Dikteta Kagame, akafuata Dikteta Kikwete na sasa Dikteta Museveni kaunga bogi. Nadhani pia watamuunga mkono mwenzao Dikteta Ghadafi kwa kuajiri walinzi ni akina mama.
     
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    si ndiyo fashion
     
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    Former Deputy Speaker Rebecca Kadaga and Omoro County MP Jacob Oulanyah were yesterday elected Speaker and Deputy Speaker of 9th Parliament.

    To clinch to the victory, Ms Kadaga, the NRM flag-bearer and the first woman ever to hold the post of Speaker, polled 302 votes against 57 for her opposition challenger, Mr Nandala Mafabi, the Budadiri West MP. Two votes were declared invalid.
    Chief Justice Benjamin Odoki, who oversaw the election that lasted more than seven hours, described the exercise as free and fair.

    The Chief Justice handed over the Constitution, a copy of the Parliament Rules of Procedure and the ceremonial mace- symbol of the Speaker’s power as the head of the legislative arm of government—to Ms Kadaga.
     
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