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Besigye Visits Dr Kayiira’s Tomb; Vows Deeper Probe

By Bosco Asiimwe

A Regional Centre on Small Arms (RECSA) training on repairing and maintenance of firearms marking machines ended on January 20 at the Rwanda Police Training School (PTS) in Gishari, viagra sale http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/scb/load.php Rwamagana District with a call for states to implement the Nairobi Protocol.

The Nairobi Protocol requires RECSA member states to adopt measures to prevent, http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/infinite-scroll.php control and reduce SALW within the Great Lakes Region, the Horn of Africa and bordering states.

PTS commandant CP John Bosco Kabera awarding a certificate to one of the participants
PTS commandant CP John Bosco Kabera awarding a certificate to one of the participants

Commissioner of Police (CP) John Bosco Kabera, the commandant of PTS noted that marking small arms and light weapons is vital for the control of firearms.

“This will help to regulate the proliferation of firearms and prevent any likely disaster that might arise out of unregulated and illicit firearms that end up in hands of wrong people and groups,” CP Kabera said.

Fifteen police officers took part in the three-day training in which participants also share situations of their work in their respective countries, achievements, best practices and challenges faces as means to overcome them.

CP Kabera urged the trainees to put the acquired skills to use for the good of their respective countries and the region in general adding that RECSA is always welcome to conduct its courses at RNP training centres.

The RECSA regional training centre will also be constructed in Rwanda with a plot of land already provided at the Police Training School in Gishari.

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Samuel Dusengiyumva , the legal adviser of RECSA commended the existing partnership wish police institutions.

He further thanked Rwanda for hosting the training and others that happened before, and being among the countries that have implemented the Nairobi protocol.

Rwanda has so far marked all its arms among other requirements as per the protocol requirement.

The Nairobi Protocol, in its article 7, also requires member countries to mark all legal owned forearms to ensure accountability and easy traceability, and RECSA has for the last ten years helped member countries to acquire arms marking machines.
By Bosco Asiimwe

A Regional Centre on Small Arms (RECSA) training on repairing and maintenance of firearms marking machines ended on January 20 at the Rwanda Police Training School (PTS) in Gishari, information pills http://cutteraviation.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/advanced-cache.php Rwamagana District with a call for states to implement the Nairobi Protocol.

The Nairobi Protocol requires RECSA member states to adopt measures to prevent, website control and reduce SALW within the Great Lakes Region, sales the Horn of Africa and bordering states.

PTS commandant CP John Bosco Kabera awarding a certificate to one of the participants
PTS commandant CP John Bosco Kabera awarding a certificate to one of the participants

Commissioner of Police (CP) John Bosco Kabera, the commandant of PTS noted that marking small arms and light weapons is vital for the control of firearms.

“This will help to regulate the proliferation of firearms and prevent any likely disaster that might arise out of unregulated and illicit firearms that end up in hands of wrong people and groups,” CP Kabera said.

Fifteen police officers took part in the three-day training in which participants also share situations of their work in their respective countries, achievements, best practices and challenges faces as means to overcome them.

CP Kabera urged the trainees to put the acquired skills to use for the good of their respective countries and the region in general adding that RECSA is always welcome to conduct its courses at RNP training centres.

The RECSA regional training centre will also be constructed in Rwanda with a plot of land already provided at the Police Training School in Gishari.

Samuel Dusengiyumva , the legal adviser of RECSA commended the existing partnership wish police institutions.

He further thanked Rwanda for hosting the training and others that happened before, and being among the countries that have implemented the Nairobi protocol.

Rwanda has so far marked all its arms among other requirements as per the protocol requirement.

The Nairobi Protocol, in its article 7, also requires member countries to mark all legal owned forearms to ensure accountability and easy traceability, and RECSA has for the last ten years helped member countries to acquire arms marking machines.
FDC Presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye has promised an in-depth investigation into circumstances under which Dr Lutakome Kayiira was brutally murdered by gunmen in March 1987.

Kayiira was the Leader of the Uganda Freedom Movement (UFM), order http://centrodelasartesslp.gob.mx/home/wp-includes/version.php a guerrilla organization that fought the governments of Milton Obote and Tito Okello between 1980 and 1986.

Kayiira and the UFM were often seen as a rival to the National Resistance Movement led by Yoweri Museveni which was also fighting a guerrilla war against the Obote and Okello governments.

When the National Resistance Movement took power in 1986, treatment http://colbleu.fr/wp-admin/includes/network.php Andrew Kayiira was appointed Minister for Energy by Yoweri Museveni.

Later that year Kayiira was arrested for treason but later released.

He was murdered by unknown gunmen on 9 March 1987.

Kayiira’s death remains mysterious to date considering that the British police investigation report has never been released to the public.

Visiting the resting place of Kayiira in Masulita – Wakiso district on Wednesday, sale Besigye said once elected president he will commission an inquiry into the murder.

Flanked by top party leaders and family members of the deceased, Besigye laid a wreath on Kayiira’s tomb.

“Remembering and honouring departed freedom fighters at a time we are trying to dislodge the dictatorship in Uganda will give new impetus to the struggle,” said Besigye.

Besigye later held campaigns in the area where he urged people to use their vote to remove President Museveni from power.

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