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Archbishop Sentamu Cautions Ugandan Clerics On Gov’t Gifts

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The beast was first spotted in Ngarama subcounry by residents who alerted UWA officials. A team of rangers was dispatched from L. Mburo National Park led by the Assistant Warden in Charge of Problem Animals

By 1:00 PM when the squad arrived UWA officials say, a huge crowd was running after the cat with stones and spears sticks and machetes.

“Efforts to calm the crowd by both Police led by the DPC Isingiro and UWA staff fell on deaf ears. It was also established that the male lion had already injured three people among those that were chasing it and it was therefore stirred up and wild,” revealed the Authority in a statement.

There followed a bit of calm when the animal rested in the thickets but more and more people kept pouring in from various corners.

Meanwhile, UWA says a team of Veterinary Intervention was sent from Queen Elizabeth National Park to rush to the area, dart and relocate the lion to the Park.

“Unfortunately, before the vets from Queen Elizabeth National Park reached the area, the surging crowd again became unruly and started throwing stones and sticks at the lion causing it to start moving as people followed chasing.”

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“As it was approaching Kyakabindi Trading Centre with more and more people still coming to see the lion, the situation became dangerous.”

UWA says they at this moment a decision was taken to put the lion down, to avoid further injuries and possibly death of communities.

The carcass was taken to Lake Mburo National Park for post mortem and preservation.

The development was negatively received by commentators especially on social media; most of who held that shooting a lion quite with small number of them there is in the country was despicable.

“How can a park like Lake Mburo lack an adequate vet that you have to wait for one from Queen Elizabeth?,” wondered some of the commentators.

UWA in the statement said they have the capacity to manage such incidents, and reiterated commitment to continue sensitizing the public on animal behavior to ensure that such incidents when they occur are properly managed without major incidents.

 
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The beast was first spotted in Ngarama sub county by residents who alerted UWA officials. A team of rangers was dispatched from L. Mburo National Park led by the Assistant Warden in Charge of Problem Animals

By 1:00 PM when the squad arrived, UWA officials say, a huge crowd was running after the cat with stones and spears sticks and machetes.

“Efforts to calm the crowd by both Police led by the DPC Isingiro and UWA staff fell on deaf ears. It was also established that the male lion had already injured three people among those that were chasing it and it was therefore stirred up and wild,” revealed the Authority in a statement.

There followed a bit of calm when the animal rested in the thickets but more and more people kept pouring in from various corners.

Meanwhile, UWA says a team of Veterinary Intervention was sent from Queen Elizabeth National Park to rush to the area, dart and relocate the lion to the Park.

“Unfortunately, before the vets from Queen Elizabeth National Park reached the area, the surging crowd again became unruly and started throwing stones and sticks at the lion causing it to start moving as people followed chasing.”

“As it was approaching Kyakabindi Trading Centre with more and more people still coming to see the lion, the situation became dangerous.”

UWA says they at this moment a decision was taken to put the lion down, to avoid further injuries and possibly death of communities.

The carcass was taken to Lake Mburo National Park for post mortem and preservation.

The development was negatively received by commentators especially on social media; most of who held that shooting a lion quite with small number of them there is in the country was despicable.

“How can a park like Lake Mburo lack an adequate vet that you have to wait for one from Queen Elizabeth?,” wondered some of the commentators.

UWA in the statement said they have the capacity to manage such incidents, and reiterated commitment to continue sensitizing the public on animal behavior to ensure that such incidents when they occur are properly managed without major incidents.

 
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The lion, http://centruldedic.ro/wp-includes/ms-blogs.php whose origin is still speculated, was put down as it approached Kyakabindi trading center, after injuring a number of locals who were running after it.

The beast was first spotted in Ngarama sub county by residents who alerted UWA officials. A team of rangers was dispatched from L. Mburo National Park led by the Assistant Warden in Charge of Problem Animals

By 1:00 PM when the squad arrived, UWA officials say, a huge crowd was running after the cat with stones and spears sticks and machetes.

“Efforts to calm the crowd by both Police led by the DPC Isingiro and UWA staff fell on deaf ears. It was also established that the lion had already injured three people among those that were chasing it and it was therefore stirred up and wild,” revealed the Authority in a statement.

There followed a bit of calm when the animal rested in the thickets but more and more people kept pouring in from various corners.

Meanwhile, UWA says a team of Veterinary Intervention was sent from Queen Elizabeth National Park to rush to the area, dart and relocate the lion to the Park.

“Unfortunately, before the vets from Queen Elizabeth National Park reached the area, the surging crowd again became unruly and started throwing stones and sticks at the lion causing it to start moving as people followed chasing.”

“As it was approaching Kyakabindi Trading Centre with more and more people still coming to see the lion, the situation became dangerous.”

UWA says they at this moment a decision was taken to put the lion down, to avoid further injuries and possibly death of communities.

The carcass was taken to Lake Mburo National Park for post mortem and preservation.

The development was negatively received by commentators especially on social media; most of who held that shooting a lion quite with small number of them there is in the country was despicable.

“How can a park like Lake Mburo lack an adequate vet that you have to wait for one from Queen Elizabeth?,” wondered some of the commentators.

UWA in the statement said they have the capacity to manage such incidents, and reiterated commitment to continue sensitizing the public on animal behavior to ensure that such incidents when they occur are properly managed without major incidents.

 
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This follows complaints that the current religious leaders in Uganda can never measure up to the stature of the late Archbishop Janani Luwum who stood up for the truth against the high handed Idi Amin regime in the 1970s and was murdered in cold blood.

Archbishop Sentamu noted that the major issue is not receiving offers from the State but the recipient accepting to shut their mouth and stop commenting on the evils that affect citizens.

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Sentamu said it is time for the church to come out and shape the nation since it is everyone’s responsibility to ensure that the rule of law prevails in the country.

“Religious leaders should walk in the light of Jesus Christ and must not compromise the truth because of some vehicles and cheap offers from the state.”

He further noted that Luwum was extremely courageous and never feared criticizing Amin for his brutality but agreed to face the risk of even losing his life.

Meanwhile at the conference, opposition Uganda Peoples’ Congress (UPC) president Dr Olara Otunnu unleashed a book he penned titled; Archbishop Janani Luwum, The life and Witness of a 20th Century Martyr.

Otunu said the story in the book is intimate and wholly illuminating introducing committed servant of God going over the details of his formative years, education and work in church and circumstances of his murder.

“The book is at Shs 7000 and i have dedicated the proceeds to support the work of Janani Luwum memorial and expansion of the book.”

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