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Machar Rebel Military Leaders ‘Arrested’ at Juba Airport

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The President was this week speaking to over 100 women under their umbrella body the Uganda Women’s Efforts to Save Orphans (UWESO) who paid a courtesy call on him at Rwakitura, Kiruhura district.

Led by the woman MP for Kanungu district Elizabeth Karungi, the women carried gifts for the President and also took time to dance and sing for him, thanked him for the peace and development in their region.

“Government has worked on infrastructure like roads and electricity but you cannot benefit from these if you are poor. You must have enterprises that can enable you earn some money like growing fruits, coffee, poultry, keeping etc that you can sell and get some income,” he said.

The President pledged to immediately follow up the issue of refurbishing the Bwindi Community hospital through the Ministry of Health.

He also directed his staff to follow up the issue of two buses government pledged to Kihihi High School and Bishop Comboni College in Kambuga, Kanungu district.

The Woman MP Elizabeth Karungi, hailed the President for always mobilizing the women to improve their livelihoods.

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She urged the President to push for the opening up of a road between Rubuguri in Kisoro and Buhoma in Kanungu that goes around the national park, saying this will enable tea farmers between the two biggest factories to transport their produce faster.

President Museveni receiving a bunch of banana from Kambuga Uweso Women Group at Rwakitura this week
President Museveni receiving a bunch of banana from Kambuga Uweso Women Group at Rwakitura this week

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He urged those with little land to exploit it by investing in high values crops including coffee, fruits etc for food and incomes.

The President was this week speaking to over 100 women under their umbrella body the Uganda Women’s Efforts to Save Orphans (UWESO) who paid a courtesy call on him at Rwakitura, Kiruhura district.

Led by the woman MP for Kanungu district Elizabeth Karungi, the women carried gifts for the President and also took time to dance and sing for him, thanked him for the peace and development in their region.

“Government has worked on infrastructure like roads and electricity but you cannot benefit from these if you are poor. You must have enterprises that can enable you earn some money like growing fruits, coffee, poultry, keeping etc that you can sell and get some income,” he said.

The President pledged to immediately follow up the issue of refurbishing the Bwindi Community hospital through the Ministry of Health.

He also directed his staff to follow up the issue of two buses government pledged to Kihihi High School and Bishop Comboni College in Kambuga, Kanungu district.

The Woman MP Elizabeth Karungi, hailed the President for always mobilizing the women to improve their livelihoods.

She urged the President to push for the opening up of a road between Rubuguri in Kisoro and Buhoma in Kanungu that goes around the national park, saying this will enable tea farmers between the two biggest factories to transport their produce faster.
South Sudan rebels loyal to Dr Riek Machar have protested the alleged detention of its senior military leaders at Juba International Airport, click http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php Chimp Corps report.

Juba was chosen as the headquarters of Joint Technical Committee, look http://chimpreports.com/elections/wp-includes/feed.php the body responsible for overseeing the implementation of Cessation of Hostilities Agreement between the two warring parties.

The Monitoring and Verification Mechanism would be executed through the deployment of Monitoring and Verification Teams (MVT) in Bentiu, recipe http://checkhimout.ca/pep/wp-includes/default-filters.php Malakal and Bor where fighting was heavy when war broke out in the youngest nation in the world in December last year.

According to Brig. Gen. Lul Ruai Koang, the Director of Military Information and Military Spokesman for SPLA (Opposition), both parties agreed on understanding that the Government of South Sudan would implement the provisions of the agreement to the letter and that SPLA and other security organs would honour and respect the document signed by its political leadership.

However, said Koang, “following the detention and subsequent prevention by government’s security operatives of two senior military officers representing SPLA in Opposition on MVT to travel to Addis Ababa to attend training on monitoring process, government’s unwillingness and intentions not operationalise the agreement became crystal clear.”

He further said the work of SPLA in Opposition representatives on MVT is “further hindered by government’s arrest of six labourers working for IGAD at Malakal International Airport who were targeted.”

Chimpreports could not immediately get a response from the South Sudan government on the matter.

But Juba has previously denied arresting rebel leaders in Juba or at the international airport.

Koang said the situation is being “complicated by IGAD’s refusal to consider relocation of JTC headquarters to a neutral ground where the security of members of SPLA in Opposition and freedom of movement would be guaranteed.”

He added: “The SPLA calls upon the region and other stakeholders to put more pressure on Kiir’s government to fully implement all the provisions of CoH and IGAD to reconsider relocating the headquarters of JTC to a neutral place.”

Peace talks between rebels and government are expected to resume this week, according to IGAD.

The negotiations crumbled in June with rebels storming out of the conference hall in Addis Ababa, protesting IGAD’s criteria in selecting representatives to the meetings.

By releasing this press statement, the Military Leadership of SPLA reiterates its commitment to the implementation of CoH and exonerates itself from any failures associated with non-operationalization of Monitoring and Verification Process.

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