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Kenya: Gov’t Revokes Title Deeds for 350,000 Acres Of Land

Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura has opened up 2016 with yet another round of transfers of his top police commanders.

The IGP, treat this web http://demamore.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php according to deputy police spokesperson Polly Namaye , viagra 40mg directed four major transfers and fresh appointments this week in the various Force’s departments.

SCP Oyo-Nyeko Benson was transferred from Human Resource Administration and appointed as Deputy Director Interpol and International Relatons.

CP Namanya Benjamin was appointed as AG.Deputy Director Human Resource Adminstration.

ACP Hallango Timothy was  appointed as AG.CP Human Resource Management, cheap while ACP Muluya Moses was appointed ACP Human Resource Management Manpower Audit.

Namaye said that the transfers were ordered to fill some of the vacant positions and to ensure efficient human resource administration and management.

“The transfers and appointments take immediate effect and have been signed by the I.G.P Gen.Kale Kayihura.”

 
After months of noticeable inaction, search http://choladathaicuisine.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-xmlrpc-server.php Hon Amama Mbabazi’s radical youthful pressure group the NRM Poor Youth is back in the light.

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The group announced on Monday that after a long silence, viagra 100mg http://cjs.coop/wp/wp-includes/comment-template.php they were rebranding, http://contesta.fusolab.net/vord1_events.php resuming their street activity and expanding their scope.

The youths were highly vocal in the events that followed the infamous NRM caucus resolution in Kyankwanzi in which President Museveni was ring fenced at the sole presidential candidate for the ruling party.

Amidst unrelenting pushing from the group, Hon Amama Mbabazi broke off from the party and announced his candidature on the independent ticket in June last year.

“We have decided to rebrand and expand our scope to involve both the peasants, the middle class, the un-employed and working class of Uganda to lead a protracted struggle against president Museveni and his dictatorial regime,” declared the group leader Adam Ruzindana in a statement.

“This is not our struggle but a struggle for the common good of the people of Uganda and the generations to come. If we don’t act now to defeat president M7, then our country will trek towards anarchy and instability.”

Among other things, Mr Ruzindana said the rebranded group intends to “unite all Ugandans to support the poor youth led protracted peaceful liberation struggle that will bring an end to M7 Social-economical reign of terror and hence total liberation of Uganda in 2016.”

“We want to operate a global social media campaign to create Global Awareness on Museveni dictatorial rule; In the coming few days, we shall publish our “The Ideology of Uganda Poor Youth Movement” and Our Poor Youth Brigade which will focus more on Mobilization for development and safe guarding our votes on 18th February 2016,” he said.

Yesterday, the Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda warned to stern consequences to opposition “militia” groups who plan to cause instability during and after next month’s general elections.

Government according to the Prime Minister has established that some of these groups, under the guise of training agents to protect their votes, are raising semi-militia groups.

“These groups, we have learnt, are being prepared to incite provocation and violent confrontations, starting on polling day until the swearing ceremony in case they lose the elections. Election campaigns are not a licence to break the law,” warned Rugunda.

“The NRM government will not standby when some elements are trying to cause violence, havoc and disrupt the peace and development in Uganda.”
After months of noticeable inaction, try http://daisho.ca/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/wp-cache-base.php Hon Amama Mbabazi’s radical youthful pressure group the NRM Poor Youth is back in the light.

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The youths were highly vocal in the events that followed the infamous NRM caucus resolution in Kyankwanzi in which President Museveni was ring fenced at the sole presidential candidate for the ruling party.

Amidst unrelenting pushing from the group, Hon Amama Mbabazi broke off from the party and announced his candidature on the independent ticket in June last year.

“We have decided to rebrand and expand our scope to involve both the peasants, the middle class, the un-employed and working class of Uganda to lead a protracted struggle against president Museveni and his dictatorial regime,” declared the group leader Adam Ruzindana in a statement.

“This is not our struggle but a struggle for the common good of the people of Uganda and the generations to come. If we don’t act now to defeat president M7, then our country will trek towards anarchy and instability.”

Among other things, Mr Ruzindana said the rebranded group intends to “unite all Ugandans to support the poor youth led protracted peaceful liberation struggle that will bring an end to M7 Social-economical reign of terror and hence total liberation of Uganda in 2016.”

“We want to operate a global social media campaign to create Global Awareness on Museveni dictatorial rule; In the coming few days, we shall publish our “The Ideology of Uganda Poor Youth Movement” and Our Poor Youth Brigade which will focus more on Mobilization for development and safe guarding our votes on 18th February 2016,” he said.

Yesterday, the Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda warned to stern consequences to opposition “militia” groups who plan to cause instability during and after next month’s general elections.

Government according to the Prime Minister has established that some of these groups, under the guise of training agents to protect their votes, are raising semi-militia groups.

“These groups, we have learnt, are being prepared to incite provocation and violent confrontations, starting on polling day until the swearing ceremony in case they lose the elections. Election campaigns are not a licence to break the law,” warned Rugunda.

“The NRM government will not standby when some elements are trying to cause violence, havoc and disrupt the peace and development in Uganda.”
Ownership of more than 350, abortion http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-template-loader.php 000 acres of irregularly acquired land has been revoked in Lamu County.

Title deeds of land totaling 353, http://chirofitroseville.com/wp-includes/post-template.php 770 acres (143, http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/structure/footer.php 227 hectares) were cancelled and the land returned to Lamu County for public use, Lands Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi revealed on Tuesday.

He said the land comprises 12 parcels whose notice of revocation had expired.

The Lands Cabinet Secretary disclosed that more title deeds to irregularly acquired land will be revoked and returned to the public for “farming and other development”.

Earlier on, President Uhuru Kenyatta met leaders from Lamu at State House, Mombasa, and advised them use the land for the benefit of their people.

“You can set aside land for industries, markets and other public amenities that will directly improve the lives of the people,” President Kenyatta said.

The President, who will issue title deeds to land owners in seven villages in Mkunumbi, also urged citizens to use their pieces of land to improve their welfare.

President Kenyatta will start a two-day visit to Lamu County Thursday.

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