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Among the 50 universities that are expected to take part in the 8th edition of the university games, there will be more than 4000 students participating in games like football, volleyball, tennis, karate, netball, cricket, boxing, athletics among other disciplines.
Ugandan universities will have to tassel it out with universities from other countries like Kenya, Tanzania the hosts, Rwanda and Zanzibar.
The 7th edition of the Inter university games that was hosted by Kenyatta University was won by Ugandan side Ndejje University in2010. Unfortunately the games that were scheduled to be played in December last year were not played because the hosts Dar-es-salaam university requested for their postponement.
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“During the 11.40a.m operation, five militants were killed,” KDF said in a statement on Thursday.
Several others escaped with injuries and are suspected to be seeking medical attention in Bardhere and the surrounding areas.
AMISOM and allied forces also recovered one double cab vehicle, 4 AK 47 rifles, 3 hand held grenades and one 1 Rocket Propelled Grenade and other assorted communication equipment.
The incident is indicative of the fragile situation in the war-torn country despite defeat of the Jihadists.
Some pockets of resistance remain a grave threat to political stability and scare to Foreign Direct Investments that would spur economic development in Somalia.
Somalia President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud on Tuesday met the UK Foreign Secretary William Hague on final day of the President’s visit to London.
The Foreign Secretary welcomed the progress made in Somalia, and promised UK support, particularly on the President’s immediate priorities of security, justice and public financial management, which will be the focus of the Somalia Conference.
Following the meeting, the Foreign Secretary said: “Somalia has been through a dramatic shift over the last year. This first visit to the UK by the President in his official capacity is another important step in the country’s progress towards stability and security.”
He added: “There is now a unique opportunity for Somalia to move on from the problems of the past. The UK is delighted to be co-hosting an international conference on Somalia later this year. “
Hague said this will help to provide and coordinate international support for the Government of Somalia’s priorities as they continue to rebuild their country after two decades of conflict: creating stability and security; and strengthening government and Somali institutions.
KDF said AMISOM forces remain committed to protecting the security gains to ensure Somalia continues on the road to sustainable peace.