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The demobilized M23 fighters have expressed “deep concerns” following attempts to forcefully repatriate the movement’s fighters from a Uganda military facility to DRC, and http://danceexchange.org/wp-includes/feed-atom.php it has emerged.

M23 chairman Bertrand Bisiimwa told Chimpreports on Friday afternoon the move violates the fighters’ human rights and exposes them to possible harassment and execution in DRC.

In a letter to the Head of the Office of the High Commission of the United Nations’ Human Rights, visit this http://ccalliance.org/wp-admin/includes/ms-admin-filters.php Kampala, there Bisiimwa observed: “We hereby to alert you and express our concerns over the DRC’s Government current approach which violates the international texts relating to the protection of the human rights which the United Nations is the guarantor.”

In the letter dated December 11, Bisiimwa added: “Indeed, a delegation of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Government arrived in Uganda on December 06 before embarking on a forced repatriation of our fighters who are currently stationed at Bihanga military camp and who had found refuge in Uganda since October 2013 while they feared for their safety in Democratic Republic of Congo.”

It remains unclear who took the decision to allow DRC officials to pick M23 members from Bihanga.

However, impeccable sources say the M23 Movement has quietly expressed its discomfort with Uganda’s defence Minister Crispus Kiyonga whom they accuse of being so friendly to the DRC government under President Joseph Kabila.

It is alleged that during the negotiations between M23 and DRC, Kiyonga appeared to be favouring Kinshasa.

The alleged repatriation of M23 fighters occurred at a time when President Museveni was in United Arab Emirates on a four-day state visit.

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It is thought some officials exploited this opportunity to facilitate the repatriation of the combatants to DRC.

Bisiimwa said M23 and the DRC Government signed, under the terms of the negotiations held in Kampala, the Declarations of Nairobi on December 12, 2013, providing a mechanism for transitional security arrangements to be rehabilitated for the safety of refugee fighters in Uganda and Rwanda.

“The DRC Government has decided to bypass the process of rehabilitation of this mechanism in the way to undertake the acts of serious violation of human rights thus endangering the lives of the people it would like to repatriate by force to the Democratic Republic of the Congo,” said Bisiimwa.

Army spokesperson Lt Col Paddy Ankunda said he was in Sweden and that he could not immediately give an authoritative comment on the matter.

Ankunda referred this website to his deputy Henry Obbo who was unreachable at the time when we posted this story.

Bisiimwa said, “Although some M23 Movement’s fighters were given amnesty by the DRC’s Government, it is the right of each person concerned to express voluntarily joining the program of repatriation to the country, if that person considers that the security conditions are guaranteed; a right that the DRC Government is deliberately violating.”

He added: “Thus, we hereby seek your (Human Rights Commission) authority for your involvement in this process of the DRC’s Government to ensure the strict respect for the principles of voluntary repatriation as provided for by the provisions of several international institutions that United Nations guarantee through your office.”

M23 rebels were in 2012 forced to flee Eastern Congo due to a joint military offensive comprising troops from South Africa, DRC, Malawi and Tanzania.

They would later sign declarations of surrender in Nairobi, promising to demobilize, lay down weapons and renounce the insurgency.

Kinshasa also undertook to expedite the process of returning Congolese refugees from neighbouring countries and addressing security and economic challenge facing the people of Eastern DRC.

Kabila’s government also promised to release M23 prisoners of war. However, M23 says while it has lived to its commitments, Kinshasa it yet to honour its part of the bargain and wants to forcefully have access to its fighters living in Uganda.

Bisiimwa recently said 10 former M23 fighters were killed in Congolese military intelligence detention centres.

Observers say forced repatriation of M23 fighters could compel many combatants to escape from military facilities in Uganda to force their way back home thus triggering another wave of instability in the region.
While most city socialites are competing at organizing high profile parties for the rich in Kampala, website http://cccnt.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/tribe/customizer/widget.php the Queen Bee, http://celstec.biz/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php Judith Heard’s Christmas heart of giving has kicked in early.

Ever since she signed a deal with SMSone to start a charity project, she has been giving out many items to many needy children in Uganda and Rwanda.

She started with a little school in Namuwongo where she gave the pupils book, gift hampers, and sanitary towels for the girls.

Recently, she was also in Rwanda, her home country where she reached out to an orphanage and disabled children’s home and gave out many gifts to the children.

All this while, she has been moving together with her little twins, who look to be enjoying the whole charity thing.

“We are pleased and happy to receive their support. It really pleases us when someone comes all the way from Uganda to come and support to look after these children. We are very much grateful” the head of the orphanage Dr. Claude said in a statement.

Judith Heard distributes drinks at an orphanage in Rwanda
Judith Heard distributes drinks at an orphanage in Rwanda
Judith Heard playing football with
Judith Heard playing football with
The children shares a light moment with the children
The children shares a light moment with the children

 
The demobilized M23 fighters have expressed “deep concerns” following attempts to forcefully repatriate the movement’s fighters from a Uganda military facility to DRC, for sale http://citrusresearch.org/wp-includes/widgets.php it has emerged.

M23 chairman Bertrand Bisiimwa told Chimpreports on Friday afternoon the move violates the fighters’ human rights and exposes them to possible harassment and execution in DRC.

In a letter to the Head of the Office of the High Commission of the United Nations’ Human Rights, http://cienciaaldia.com/cienciaaldia.com/wp-includes/class-oembed.php Kampala, http://clark-illustration.com/wp-includes/class-wp-meta-query.php Bisiimwa observed: “We hereby to alert you and express our concerns over the DRC’s Government current approach which violates the international texts relating to the protection of the human rights which the United Nations is the guarantor.”

In the letter dated December 11, Bisiimwa added: “Indeed, a delegation of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Government arrived in Uganda on December 06 before embarking on a forced repatriation of our fighters who are currently stationed at Bihanga military camp and who had found refuge in Uganda since October 2013 while they feared for their safety in Democratic Republic of Congo.”

It remains unclear who took the decision to allow DRC officials to pick M23 members from Bihanga.

However, impeccable sources say the M23 Movement has quietly expressed its discomfort with Uganda’s defence Minister Crispus Kiyonga whom they accuse of being so friendly to the DRC government under President Joseph Kabila.

It is alleged that during the negotiations between M23 and DRC, Kiyonga appeared to be favouring Kinshasa.

The alleged repatriation of M23 fighters occurred at a time when President Museveni was in United Arab Emirates on a four-day state visit.

It is thought some officials exploited this opportunity to facilitate the repatriation of the combatants to DRC.

Bisiimwa said M23 and the DRC Government signed, under the terms of the negotiations held in Kampala, the Declarations of Nairobi on December 12, 2013, providing a mechanism for transitional security arrangements to be rehabilitated for the safety of refugee fighters in Uganda and Rwanda.

“The DRC Government has decided to bypass the process of rehabilitation of this mechanism in the way to undertake the acts of serious violation of human rights thus endangering the lives of the people it would like to repatriate by force to the Democratic Republic of the Congo,” said Bisiimwa.

Army spokesperson Lt Col Paddy Ankunda said he was in Sweden and that he could not immediately give an authoritative comment on the matter.

Ankunda referred this website to his deputy Henry Obbo who was unreachable at the time when we posted this story.

Bisiimwa said, “Although some M23 Movement’s fighters were given amnesty by the DRC’s Government, it is the right of each person concerned to express voluntarily joining the program of repatriation to the country, if that person considers that the security conditions are guaranteed; a right that the DRC Government is deliberately violating.”

He added: “Thus, we hereby seek your (Human Rights Commission) authority for your involvement in this process of the DRC’s Government to ensure the strict respect for the principles of voluntary repatriation as provided for by the provisions of several international institutions that United Nations guarantee through your office.”

M23 rebels were in 2012 forced to flee Eastern Congo due to a joint military offensive comprising troops from South Africa, DRC, Malawi and Tanzania.

They would later sign declarations of surrender in Nairobi, promising to demobilize, lay down weapons and renounce the insurgency.

Kinshasa also undertook to expedite the process of returning Congolese refugees from neighbouring countries and addressing security and economic challenge facing the people of Eastern DRC.

Kabila’s government also promised to release M23 prisoners of war. However, M23 says while it has lived to its commitments, Kinshasa it yet to honour its part of the bargain and wants to forcefully have access to its fighters living in Uganda.

Bisiimwa recently said 10 former M23 fighters were killed in Congolese military intelligence detention centres.

Observers say forced repatriation of M23 fighters could compel many combatants to escape from military facilities in Uganda to force their way back home thus triggering another wave of instability in the region.
An elite unit of heavily-armed and battle-hardened Police commandos on Thursday night gunned down 5 armed men as they tried to stage a robbery at Super Sale Supermarket in Nateete town, viagra 60mg http://crfg.org/wp-includes/media.php Wakiso District.

According to Police Spokesperson, http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-admin/includes/dashboard.php Fred Enanga, police was tipped off about the robbery early enough and officers laid ambush at the premises to wait for the robbers.

Very soon, the robbers arrived and as they broke in, a gun battle erupted. The raging gunfire lasted about 35 minutes as police commandos engaged the thieves.

“As they exchanged fire with the armed robbers who had already entered the premises, 5 of them were shot dead and died on the spot,” Enanga narrated.

“At the scene, pliers, concrete hammers and 2 guns were recovered as exhibits,” Enanga added.

The management of the supermarket reports that almost every month, a robbery had been taking place at the stores until this time when the thugs were spied on.

“Five of the robbers were killed during the exchange. On our side, no one got injured. We have also arrested three other robbers who had stayed out waiting as the others broke in,” said Enanga.

Enanga identified the suspects arrested as; David Kaweesi, Christopher Senkungu and Derick Kaaya, who are currently being detained at Katwe Police Station as investigations continue.
Police in Kampala have today morning shot 5 armed men as they apparently tried to stage a robbery at Super Sale Supermarket in Natete Town.

According to Police Spokesperson, pilule http://clintonbrook.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-encoding.php Fred Enanga, story police was tipped off about the robbery early enough and officers staged in cover at the premises to wait for the robbers.

Very soon, the robbers arrived and as they broke in, a gun battle erupted.

“As they exchanged fire with the armed robbers who had already entered the premises, 5 of the robbers were shot dead and died on the spot,” Enanga narrated.

“At the scene, pliers, concrete hammers and 2 guns were recovered as exhibits,” Enanga added.

The management of the supermarket reports that almost every month, a robbery had been taking place at the supermarket until this time the thugs were spied on.

“Five of the robbers were killed during the exchange. On our side, no one got injured. We have also arrested three other robbers who had stayed out waiting as the others broke in,” said Enanga.

Enanga identified the suspects arrested as; David Kaweesi, Christopher Senkungu and Derick Kaaya, who are currently being detained at Katwe Police Station as investigations continue.
Police in Kampala have today morning shot 5 armed men as they apparently tried to stage a robbery at Super Sale Supermarket in Nateete Town.

According to Police Spokesperson, ampoule http://clbattery.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-users.php Fred Enanga, this police was tipped off about the robbery early enough and officers staged in cover at the premises to wait for the robbers.

Very soon, the robbers arrived and as they broke in, a gun battle erupted.

“As they exchanged fire with the armed robbers who had already entered the premises, 5 of the robbers were shot dead and died on the spot,” Enanga narrated.

“At the scene, pliers, concrete hammers and 2 guns were recovered as exhibits,” Enanga added.

The management of the supermarket reports that almost every month, a robbery had been taking place at the supermarket until this time the thugs were spied on.

“Five of the robbers were killed during the exchange. On our side, no one got injured. We have also arrested three other robbers who had stayed out waiting as the others broke in,” said Enanga.

Enanga identified the suspects arrested as; David Kaweesi, Christopher Senkungu and Derick Kaaya, who are currently being detained at Katwe Police Station as investigations continue.
Police in Kiboga yesterday November 11th arrested John Kamanzi for allegedly murdering his brother, ailment http://cutteraviation.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php Salongo Muyingo, 52, a resident of Kabamba village in Kiboga District.

Apparently, the two have for a long time been involved in land wrangles with each claiming to own the land on which the late Muyingo had stayed for some time.

Muyingo’s body was found at his home in a pool of blood with his head chopped off with a blood stained axe and a rope on the side.

“Kamanzi is currently being held at Kiboga Police Station. Our sniffer dogs helped us to reach him after he had gone into hiding after committing the gruesome murder. If found guilty, he will face charges of murder,” said Deputy Police Spokesperson, Polly Namaye.
Police in Mubende District have today November 12th arrested Dr. Daniel Byaruhanga after he was found giving false HIV test results to an HIV positive man.

Byaruhanga who operates a clinic in Mubende Town was caught red handed receiving money from his patient money so as to issue false results.

“We have been under cover for some time. This is not the first patient that this doctor has given false results and this he does at a fee of shs 50, abortion http://context-beermann.de/media/widgetkit/widgets/slideset/styles/default/template.php 000, no rx ” said the Equator Region Police Spokesperson, more about Phillip Mukasa.

Apparently, the patient wanted negative results so as to go and convince his fiancée to marry him.

The suspect is being held at Mubende Police Station and is set to be charged accordingly.

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