President Museveni on Friday evening utilized the Uganda Police centenary celebrations to pour out his clearly long-held grudge against the Traffic Police
Speaking as chief guest at the event, story http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-c576447a2e61d49dac0ba75eac794641.php Museveni praised the numerous commendable achievements by police under IGP Gen Kayihura but hastened to add that the force’s traffic department still harbored ‘elements of Satan.’
“It is interesting. When you meet these officers they are clad in very clean white attire and you may think they are angels, yet in their midst is Satan himself.”
Museveni addressed the matter in local dialects Luganda and Swahili, saying that this was a family affair, (not meant for the foreign delegates).
The president narrated to a cheering crowd how he at one point personally nabbed traffic officers taking a bribe from a truck driver.
“One day I bumped into these angels of ours in Mabira forest. I had stopped to use one of my vehicles which I move with, and I noticed traffic officers who had stopped a truck.
“I wanted to confront them right away but I chose not to. By the time I stepped out of the vehicle, the truck had disappeared. I asked them, where is the truck?, and they told me “The truck is already gone sir!” recounted the president in Swahili.
“Saasa huyo Shetani, baada ya myaka mia moja ya polisi, lazima tumukamilishe,” noted the president, that after 100 years, the devil in the police force should be stopped.
The president however noted that amongst the bad apples, there still existed some good elements willing to serve in the force with diligence, quoting the example of a deceased traffic officer named Wafula.
Wafula was murdered by the Amin regime in 1977 after he refused to sign a police report on orders of the president, claiming that slain former police boss Col Oryema, Archbishop Janani Luwum and Oboth Ofumbi had died in a car accident.
Wafula at the event received a posthumous police medal which was received by one of his sons.
Jamaican reggae and dancehall artiste, recipe http://clovellysurfclub.com.au/wp-admin/maint/repair.php Garfield Spence alias Konshens must have fallen in love with Uganda as he is scheduled to perform for the third time in Kampala in less than two years.
The ‘Gal a Bubble’ star is set to perform at Speke Resort Munyonyo on 21st December 2014 and then at Lido Beach, no rx http://chachanova.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/integration.php Entebbe on 1st January 2015.
It is no doubt that Konshens has a huge following in Uganda as seen from the huge crowds he pulled the two times he has come to perform here. The numbers are always overwhelming and it’s on record that he has had the most successful shows by a Jamaican artist in Kampala.
Konshens boasts of songs like ‘Gal Dem A Talk’, click ‘Realest Song’, ‘Represent’, ‘Do Sumn’ and ‘Forward’. His songs have become hits and club bangers not only in Uganda but the rest of the world.
The news of his coming to perform for the third time was met with mixed feelings on social media as some fans were excited as others thought it had become too much. This leaves people wondering whether he will uphold his record of successful shows or he will beat his fellow Jamaican, Chris Martins’ record of the flop of the century.