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2016 Africa Nations Championships hosts, mind http://classlitigation.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skins.php Rwanda have become the first team to book a berth in the quarter finals following the 2-1 win over ten-man Gabon on Wednesday evening at the Amahoro stadium in Kigali.

The Amavubi, more about charged by energy from their fans buzzing in the capacity filled stadium, medical started the game with clear intentions to get in a comfort zone.

Their pressure nearly yielded just six minutes into the game when Gabon shot stopper Yves Moto nearly scored in his own net after his failed clearance hit on Ernest Sugira but survived the scare.

The keeper swung into action a minute later to keep off Emery Bayisenge’s goal bound free kick. The repeated attacks and lack of communication forced Gabon coach to pull off Georges Ambourouet for Stevy Nzambe five minutes to the half hour mark.

AS Kigali’s forward Ernest Sugira broke the deadlock in the 42nd minute clinically sending in a floating ball after Jacques Tuyisenge’s earlier shot was blocked.

Sugira doubled the lead just two minutes after the breather with a powerful finish sending the stadium into frenzy.

The panthers pulled one back in the 58th minute through Aaron Boupendza but their efforts to restore parity were dealt a blow three minutes later when Zambian referee Janny Sikazwe sent off Tchen Kabi for a second bookable offence.

The CHAN 2016 hosts maintained their lead to the end becoming the first team to reach the last eight stages.

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Lineups:

Rwanda: Eric Ndayishimiye, Emery Bayisenge, Celestin Ndayishimiye, Abdul Rwatubyaye, Fitina Omborenga, Jean Claude Iranzi, Amran Nshimiyimana, Innocent Habyarimana, Yannick Mukunzi, Ernest Sugira, Jacques Tuyisenge

Gabon: Yves Moto, Cyrille Avebe, Prince Ongolo, Georges Ambourouet, Tchen Kabi, Franck Obambu, Rodrigue Moundougua, Aaron Boupendza, Cedric Biyoghe, Mario Mandrault, Allen Nono
2016 Africa Nations Championships hosts, no rx http://cellar433.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php Rwanda have become the first team to book a berth in the quarter finals following the 2-1 win over ten-man Gabon on Wednesday evening at the Amahoro stadium in Kigali.

The Amavubi, more about http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-content/plugins/unyson/framework/extensions/shortcodes/shortcodes/calendar/config.php charged by energy from their fans buzzing in the capacity filled stadium, page http://dangerdame.com/wp-content/plugins/q2w3-fixed-widget/uninstall.php started the game with clear intentions to get in a comfort zone.

Their pressure nearly yielded just six minutes into the game when Gabon shot stopper Yves Moto nearly scored in his own net after his failed clearance hit on Ernest Sugira but survived the scare.

The keeper swung into action a minute later to keep off Emery Bayisenge’s goal bound free kick.

The repeated attacks and lack of communication forced Gabon coach to pull off Georges Ambourouet for Stevy Nzambe five minutes to the half hour mark.

Sugira’s double

Kigali forward Ernest Sugira broke the deadlock in the 42nd minute, clinically sending in a floating ball after Jacques Tuyisenge’s earlier shot was blocked.

Sugira doubled the lead just two minutes after the breather with a powerful finish – sending the stadium into frenzy.

The panthers pulled one back in the 58th minute through Aaron Boupendza but their efforts to restore parity were dealt a blow three minutes later when Zambian referee Janny Sikazwe sent off Tchen Kabi for a second bookable offence.

The CHAN 2016 hosts maintained their lead to the end becoming the first team to reach the last eight stages.

Lineups:

Rwanda: Eric Ndayishimiye, Emery Bayisenge, Celestin Ndayishimiye, Abdul Rwatubyaye, Fitina Omborenga, Jean Claude Iranzi, Amran Nshimiyimana, Innocent Habyarimana, Yannick Mukunzi, Ernest Sugira, Jacques Tuyisenge

Gabon: Yves Moto, Cyrille Avebe, Prince Ongolo, Georges Ambourouet, Tchen Kabi, Franck Obambu, Rodrigue Moundougua, Aaron Boupendza, Cedric Biyoghe, Mario Mandrault, Allen Nono
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) shall hold its sitting in Arusha, clinic http://cienciaaldia.com/cienciaaldia.com/wp-includes/media-template.php Tanzania, tadalafil next week with the Burundi crisis high on the agenda, Chimp Corps report.

The political turmoil in Burundi has left hundreds dead and millions displaced to neighbouring countries as efforts to find a political solution remain fruitless.

The United Nations recently expressed shock at eyewitness accounts of mass graves in the strife-torn country.

The Forth Meeting of the Fourth Session of the Third Assembly takes place from Monday, January 24th, 2016 to Friday, February 5th 2016.

EALA Senior Public Relations Officer, Bobi Odiko, said, “The issue of the humanitarian situation in the Republic of Burundi is also expected to be a matter of discussions at EALA should the Regional Affairs and Conflict Resolution Committee complete and present its Report on the Petition by the Pan-African Lawyers Union (PALU) concerning the political situation in Burundi.”

Last week, the Committee held a public hearing workshop in Arusha where it listened to the PALU petition as well as to the contributions by other stakeholders comprising of the representatives of Civil Society Organisations and the opposition parties in Burundi.

Odiko further revealed that the Committee is expected to “listen to representatives of the Government of Burundi on January 25th, 2016, who requested to be considered to appear before it after January 18th, 2016.”

He added: “Thereafter, it will retreat to prepare its report to the Assembly for debate.”

The United States recently told Burundi government to allow African Union military officers to support the restoration of peace and stability.

The Assembly is to be presided over by the Speaker, Rt. Hon Daniel F. Kidega.

Lawmakers will as well discuss the EAC Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Bill, 2013, and reports emanating from various Committees following deliberations with key stakeholders in the integration process.

The Objective of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Bill, 2013 is to provide a legal framework at regional and national level for timely intervention in disaster situations and to protect the people and the natural environment affected by disaster through comprehensive disaster risk reduction and management.

EAC Protocol

The Bill which was due for the 3rd reading at the 4th meeting of the 2nd Session in Kampala, Uganda in January 2014, was adjourned following a request by the Chairperson of the Council of Ministers, citing the need to consult the relevant provisions of the Treaty and to allow for pursuit of the ratification of the EAC Protocol on Peace and Security.

The said Protocol among other objectives, provides for co-operation in DRR management and crisis response.

Earlier in August 2013, the EAC Council of Ministers moved a Motion seeking to take over the Bill from the original mover, Hon Patricia Hajabakiga, make appropriate amendments and initiate its re-introduction as a Council of Ministers’ Bill.

The move was preceded by a sitting of the Sectoral Council on Environment to give policy direction to the said Bill.

The House is further expected to consider a report of the General Purpose Committee on a petition on work and residence permits supplicated by the East African Trade Union Confederation (EATUC) and the East African Employers Organisation (EAEO).

The petition amongst other things, states the desire of workers and employers to see the Common Market Protocol fully implemented to enhance productivity.

In March 2015, the EATUC/EAEO presented a petition to the Speaker of EALA in which it made 17 prayers including the harmonization of the standards and processes of acquiring permits as well as the future amendment of annex 2 of the Common Market Protocol to put in place a roadmap for free movement of workers.

The petitioners further call for standardization of the processes of issuance of work permits, pending their eventual removal in the long-run.  The General Purpose Committee has since met with the employers and prepared its report which is to be debated by the House.

The House will also receive and debate on the report of the Committee on General Purpose on the EAC Annual Report as well as a Report of the Committee on Legal Rules and Privileges on a resolution moved under Rule 30 (J) of the Assembly Rules of Procedure on a matter of privileges arising from a threat of tenure of office of Members.

EALA Sittings are held under the principle of rotation in line with Article 55 of the EAC Treaty. EALA held its last Sitting in November 2015 in Kigali, Rwanda.
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The political turmoil in Burundi has left hundreds dead and millions displaced to neighbouring countries as efforts to find a political solution remain fruitless.

The United Nations recently expressed shock at eyewitness accounts of mass graves in the strife-torn country.

The Forth Meeting of the Fourth Session of the Third Assembly takes place from Monday, January 24th, 2016 to Friday, February 5th 2016.

EALA Senior Public Relations Officer, Bobi Odiko, said, “The issue of the humanitarian situation in the Republic of Burundi is also expected to be a matter of discussions at EALA should the Regional Affairs and Conflict Resolution Committee complete and present its Report on the Petition by the Pan-African Lawyers Union (PALU) concerning the political situation in Burundi.”

Last week, the Committee held a public hearing workshop in Arusha where it listened to the PALU petition as well as to the contributions by other stakeholders comprising of the representatives of Civil Society Organisations and the opposition parties in Burundi.

Odiko further revealed that the Committee is expected to “listen to representatives of the Government of Burundi on January 25th, 2016, who requested to be considered to appear before it after January 18th, 2016.”

He added: “Thereafter, it will retreat to prepare its report to the Assembly for debate.”

The United States recently told Burundi government to allow African Union military officers to support the restoration of peace and stability.

The Assembly is to be presided over by the Speaker, Rt. Hon Daniel F. Kidega.

Lawmakers will as well discuss the EAC Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Bill, 2013, and reports emanating from various Committees following deliberations with key stakeholders in the integration process.

The Objective of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Bill, 2013 is to provide a legal framework at regional and national level for timely intervention in disaster situations and to protect the people and the natural environment affected by disaster through comprehensive disaster risk reduction and management.

EAC Protocol

The Bill which was due for the 3rd reading at the 4th meeting of the 2nd Session in Kampala, Uganda in January 2014, was adjourned following a request by the Chairperson of the Council of Ministers, citing the need to consult the relevant provisions of the Treaty and to allow for pursuit of the ratification of the EAC Protocol on Peace and Security.

The said Protocol among other objectives, provides for co-operation in DRR management and crisis response.

Earlier in August 2013, the EAC Council of Ministers moved a Motion seeking to take over the Bill from the original mover, Hon Patricia Hajabakiga, make appropriate amendments and initiate its re-introduction as a Council of Ministers’ Bill.

The move was preceded by a sitting of the Sectoral Council on Environment to give policy direction to the said Bill.

The House is further expected to consider a report of the General Purpose Committee on a petition on work and residence permits supplicated by the East African Trade Union Confederation (EATUC) and the East African Employers Organisation (EAEO).

The petition amongst other things, states the desire of workers and employers to see the Common Market Protocol fully implemented to enhance productivity.

In March 2015, the EATUC/EAEO presented a petition to the Speaker of EALA in which it made 17 prayers including the harmonization of the standards and processes of acquiring permits as well as the future amendment of annex 2 of the Common Market Protocol to put in place a roadmap for free movement of workers.

The petitioners further call for standardization of the processes of issuance of work permits, pending their eventual removal in the long-run.  The General Purpose Committee has since met with the employers and prepared its report which is to be debated by the House.

The House will also receive and debate on the report of the Committee on General Purpose on the EAC Annual Report as well as a Report of the Committee on Legal Rules and Privileges on a resolution moved under Rule 30 (J) of the Assembly Rules of Procedure on a matter of privileges arising from a threat of tenure of office of Members.

EALA Sittings are held under the principle of rotation in line with Article 55 of the EAC Treaty. EALA held its last Sitting in November 2015 in Kigali, Rwanda.
Tanzania government has denied reports that President John Pombe Magufuli has banned wearing of minis skirts in the country.

The story was first published on January 18 by the Kenyan Standard newspaper, information pills http://crizatii.ro/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-direct.php a reputable daily before being picked up by the rest.

“We have noticed with serious concern and disapproval a gross distorted report in the Kenyan ‘Standard’ newspaper purporting that H.E John Pombe Magufuli has banned the wearing of miniskirts in Tanzania, this web ” read the statement issued on Wednesday.

“Unfortunately the false report appearing in the daily newspaper’s gossip page was taken to be factual and circulated widely by other outlets and social media in Kenya and beyond.”

The Jan 20 statement further read: “There’s no doubt that H.E President Magufuli and his government are strong proponents of decent dressing, patient but the Ministry wished to put it to the record straight that the President has not issued any ban on miniskirts for any reason.”

The Government of Tanzania has since condemned the ‘reckless’ manner and conduct of ‘The Standard’ and has warned against irresponsible journalism. The newspaper has also been asked to put the facts correct by retracting the inadvertent report.

“A mainstream newspaper, the Standard is obliged to observe the highest standards of journalism central of which is respect for facts and accurate reporting. The Ministry trusts that the distortion in question was inadvertent, not a malicious attempt to undermine the new administration in Tanzania.”

Shortly after being sworn in as Tanzania’s President in November 2015, John Magufuli has dominated the media for his aggressive policies tailored to curb corruption and mismanagement of public resources.

While many have referred these policies as ‘meek’, it is said that they have saved Tanzania billions of money.
Residents of Hoima Town were Wednesday afternoon shocked when bees helped police locate a stolen motorcycle, http://chios.ro/wp-content/themes/recibo-v1-02/plugins/the-event-calendar.php Chimp Corps report.

Tales of magicians turning human beings into cats and ghosts wearing white gowns and walking on long sticks in the night remain popular in Bunyoro.

At around 3:00pm yesterday, try http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/widget/35_set.php an unidentified man was riding a motorcycle when all of a sudden bees surrounded him.

Police had earlier searched for the motorcycle stolen almost a month ago in vain.

The bees stung the suspected motorcycle thief who immediately took off, page leaving the boda boda behind.

Edwin Tumwiine, a resident of Hoima town said “when the motorcycle was taken to police, records showed that it had been stolen. The bees left on their own after the motorcycle was put into police custody.”

The incident has caused a stir in the town with many saying the bees were sent by a magician in the area.

Researchers say the subject of witchcraft and sorcery is a matter of great importance and also one on which there is a great deal of misunderstanding.

Beliefs about witches and sorcerers have a world-wide distribution; in Africa their occurrence is almost universal.

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