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Abed Bwanika
Abed Bwanika

Uganda

Abed Bwanika is a Ugandan politician. He will be a candidate for the People's Development Party in the 2011 presidential elections.


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Created: 12th Jan 2011
Modified: 25th Jan 2011
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Abed Bwanika
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Date of Birth: Aug/1/1967
Gender: male
Place of Origin: Uganda

Abed Bwanika (born August 1, 1967 in Masaka) is a Ugandan politician. He ran as an independent candidate in February 2006 presidential election, where he finished in fourth place, with 0.95% of the vote (65,874 total votes). He has a degree in veterinary medicine and is a pastor at a Christian Witness church in Kampala. He has indicated that he will run again for the 2011 presidential election.

 

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Abed Bwanika is a Ugandan politician. He will be a candidate for the People's Development Party in the 2011 presidential elections.

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Author: Okigbo
Tue Jan 25 19:13:27 2011

I know that many people who support Ouatarra would say of Museveni's remarks, "well, he's positioning himself of course to do just what Gbabo is doing, so he doesn't get disrecognized by the international community come post-elections in Uganda, if he refuses to step down." To such people I say, stinky water does not make the child bad enough to throw it away with the water. The so called international community represented by the UN and with France in the cockpit as co-pilot, has refused to look at the Ivorien issue critically. They do not care what happens to that… [Read Full Text]

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