The former Nansana Police Station OC, check http://charadas.org/wp-includes/class-wp-widget.php AIP, http://colombiareports.com/wp-admin/includes/template.php Muhammad Kirumira has noted that the weak inquiries and investigations by the concerned bodies is responsible for the increased shooting and killing of Muslim clerics in the country.
The former OC who is currently out off duty on a training course, http://ckls.org/wp-includes/class-wp-walker.php took to social media and noted that it was either due to weak laws, weak inquiries and lack of witnesses that has fueled the killings mostly of the Muslim community in the country.
“22 days to complete this assignment here, I hear criminals are on rampage everywhere. Honestly those lumpens are kidding, I’ve already got a new list and photos, we shall collectively expose, detect, eliminate, through successful prosecution,” Kirumira noted.
“This means legislators, police, judiciary, civil society, communities etc, have a task. It’s very painful to lose life or property to a thug, and he is let free, either due to weak laws, weak inquiries, or lack of witnesses.”
Kirumira who turned himself into a celebrity cop after successfully cracking down on armed thugs that had terrorized the Nansana area is currently at the Non Commissioned Officers Academy at the Jinja Gaddafi Barracks.
He was deposited there after uttering shocking revelations how some top police individuals worked closely with the thugs. This was after he was framed into an extortion smeared operation, while at Nansana as OC Station. He was thrown into police coolers and thereafter, to court.
The United Nations human rights office on Friday raised serious due process concerns over the detention of at least 300 people – some for as long as three weeks and with no access to a lawyer – following recent demonstrations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
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Of those currently being held, at least 11 are believed to be in ‘incommunicado’ detention, including prominent civil society representative Christopher Ngoyi Mutamba.
His family members and defence lawyers have had no news of him for more than two weeks, said spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani.
“The UN joint human rights office in the DRC has been working with the authorities to secure the release of all those who have been illegally detained, as they enter their third week of detention without access to lawyers,” she added.
The massive riots that spread across the country including the far east areas of Goma and Bukavu, followed government plans to amend the constitution to perpetuate President Joseph Kabila’s stay in power.
DRC spokesperson Lambert Mende this week said Kabila would not “seek a third term in office” and that “DRC will not see a civil war again.”
The announcement was a big victory for the Congolese who fault Kabila’s government of neglecting the eastern region and abusing human rights with impunity.
The international community and civil society piled insurmountable pressure on Kabila to respect the Constitution that provides for only two terms for a head of state.
OHCHR reiterated its call to the authorities to release “all those imprisoned for exercising their right to peaceful assembly, for expression of their views, for their affiliation with the opposition or for disagreeing with the amendments to the electoral bill.”
Internet and mobile text messaging services have also been restricted for more than two weeks now, causing great disruption, particularly to vulnerable communities.
“We urge the Government to promptly re-establish these services and to create a space for civil society discussion, to avoid entrenching the divisions in the country ahead of the upcoming elections,” Ms. Shamdasani stressed.