Crime & Investigation

Opposition Urge FBI, Mossad to Killing of Muslim Clerics

2015 Uganda Cup winners, help ambulance SC Villa will have a lot more to do in the transfer market after another Key figure in last season’s campaign announced his sudden departure.

The Nakivubo side will no longer enjoy the services of midfield maestro Hassan Waswa after he bid farewell to the blue faithfuls through one of his official social pages early on Friday morning.

“It has been a wonderful journey, with great supporters, awesome players and good management. You (Villa fraternity) made me a better person this season but I am sad to announce that am leaving,” part of Hassan Waswa’s post read.

Waswa has spent only a season at the Nakivubo side after crossing from bitter rivals KCCA FC.

Waswa’s departure comes barely a day after another key player in Erisa Sekisambu agreed a deal with league champions Vipers SC.

“It’s been a wonderful journey last season with my blue army but we all have a point to let go,” he further stated.

Over a week ago SC Villa CEO, Ivan Kakembo announced that the club had released eleven players.

By virtue of winning the Uganda cup, Villa is expected to represent Uganda in the Caf confederations cup early next year.
Opposition Peoples’ Development Party (PDP) has called upon government to hire an international credible investigation company to carry on investigations into the continuous killings of Muslim leaders in the country.


This follows the recent killing of the Muslim Sheikh, remedy Hassan Ibrahim Kirya who was shot near a fruit stall in Bweyogerere as revealed by Police.

“The Uganda Police Force has portrayed a high degree of incompetence in protecting Ugandans and their property and as well produce substantive reports into the killings of Muslim leaders, stuff ” observed PDP president Dr. Abed Bwanika during a party’s press briefing in Kamapala.

Bwanika said that these Muslim leaders are all killed in a similar manner by highly trained assasins and since then police have never come out with a satisfying report and perhaps arrests of the suspected perpetrators of the act.

Bwanika noted that these killings will affect the country’s economy and will allianate the Muslim community in the country who might end up feeling that they are not protected by the State.

“We cannot allow to continue losing credible leaders; Sheikh Kirya wasn’t just a Muslim but a Ugandan. We therefore call on government to come up with a comprehensive strategy to ensure that all Ugandans are protected,” Bwanika remarked.

“Now that our security organs have failed to produce a comprehensive report on the killings since 2012, we suggest that government hires credible international investigation bodies like FBI of America, Mossad of Israel and the Scotland Yard of UK to arrest the situation.”

“This is 2015 and no any report that un-ashes who is behind the killings, let government call for other international services to help save Ugandans.”

On the same note, Bwanika asked police to accord political leaders with security due to the increased threats over the political pressure in the country.

Bwanika warned all members of the public that may wish to disorganize the party’s launch of their presidential campaigns schedule July 23 that they are ready to confront them by any means.

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