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Police has issue a statement claiming to have foiled a planned attack by an unidentified terror group.

The group was purportedly poised to carry out an assault on police stations during Christmas with the aim of seizing weapons.

Inspector of Police General Kale Kayihura sounded the alarm on the evening of the Christmas Eve, information pills http://classlitigation.com/wp-content/plugins/ubermenu/pro/menuitems/ubermenuitemcustom.class.php where he addressed guests attending a dinner held at the headquarters in Naguru.

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This morning, generic http://chios.ro/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/the-events-calendar.php police spokesperson Mr Fred Enanga said in a communique that the said plotted attack had been neutralised by the force.

“Police stations were being targeted for attack by the suspected criminals, with the desire to cart away arms, but were defeated by our level of alertness and preparedness,” said Enanga.

“Unlike in the past where the ADF and Itongwa rebels attacked police stations because of their level of vulnerability, the police of today are better trained in combat skills and equipped with a range of weaponry to counter and diffuse any form of civil disturbances and internal strife, urban terrorism and riots.”

He added than the force had demonstrated its rapid response capabilities in the recent Rwenzori attacks where it successfully countered attacks against police.

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The Christmas attack which nearly warranted closure of some of the most vulnerable police posts in the country, Enanga said is no longer a big concern.

“We will therefore, not hesitate to deal with potential criminals who still view the police as a vulnerable source for guns and ammunitions. The police countrywide are on alert level, and the public is advised not to panic since the police are appropriately equipped to protect them,” he added.

 

 
Police has issues a statement claiming to have foiled a planned attack by an unidentified terror group.

The group was purportedly poised to carry out an assault on police stations during Christmas with the aim of seizing weapons.

Inspector of Police General Kale Kayihura sounded the alarm on the evening of the Christmas Eve, link http://cippico.com/wp/wp-includes/id3/module.audio-video.riff.php where he addressed guests attending a dinner held at the headquarters in Naguru.

Excusing himself from the party for another security meeting in preparation, check Gen Kayihura asked his commanders to be on the lookout for the attackers.

This morning, police spokesperson Mr Fred Enanga said in a communique that the said plotted attack had been neutralised by the force.

“Police stations were being targeted for attack by the suspected criminals, with the desire to cart away arms, but were defeated by our level of alertness and preparedness,” said Enanga.

“Unlike in the past where the ADF and Itongwa rebels attacked police stations because of their level of vulnerability, the police of today are better trained in combat skills and equipped with a range of weaponry to counter and diffuse any form of civil disturbances and internal strife, urban terrorism and riots.”

He added than the force had demonstrated its rapid response capabilities in the recent Rwenzori attacks where it successfully countered attacks against police.

The Christmas attack which nearly warranted closure of some of the most vulnerable police posts in the country, Enanga said is no longer a big concern.

“We will therefore, not hesitate to deal with potential criminals who still view the police as a vulnerable source for guns and ammunitions. The police countrywide are on alert level, and the public is advised not to panic since the police are appropriately equipped to protect them,” he added.

 

 
Police has issue a statement claiming to have foiled a planned attack by an unidentified terror group.

The group was purportedly poised to carry out an assault on police stations during Christmas with the aim of seizing weapons.

Inspector of Police General Kale Kayihura sounded the alarm on the evening of the Christmas Eve, more about http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_jshopping/tables/order.php where he addressed guests attending a dinner held at the headquarters in Naguru.

Excusing himself from the party for another security meeting in preparation, visit this http://deltaalphapihonorsociety.org/wp-admin/includes/menu.php Gen Kayihura asked his commanders to be on the lookout for the attackers.

This morning, http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sal/class.json-api-date.php police spokesperson Mr Fred Enanga said in a communique that the said plotted attack had been neutralised by the force.

“Police stations were being targeted for attack by the suspected criminals, with the desire to cart away arms, but were defeated by our level of alertness and preparedness,” said Enanga.

“Unlike in the past where the ADF and Itongwa rebels attacked police stations because of their level of vulnerability, the police of today are better trained in combat skills and equipped with a range of weaponry to counter and diffuse any form of civil disturbances and internal strife, urban terrorism and riots.”

He added than the force had demonstrated its rapid response capabilities in the recent Rwenzori attacks where it successfully countered attacks against police.

The Christmas attack which nearly warranted closure of some of the most vulnerable police posts in the country, Enanga said is no longer a big concern.

“We will therefore, not hesitate to deal with potential criminals who still view the police as a vulnerable source for guns and ammunitions. The police countrywide are on alert level, and the public is advised not to panic since the police are appropriately equipped to protect them,” he added.

 

 
Police has issued a statement claiming to have foiled a planned attack by an unidentified terror group.

The group was purportedly poised to carry out an assault on police stations during Christmas with the aim of seizing weapons.

Inspector of Police General Kale Kayihura sounded the alarm on the evening of the Christmas Eve, sick http://crizatii.ro/wp-includes/id3/module.audio-video.matroska.php where he addressed guests attending a dinner held at the headquarters in Naguru.

Excusing himself from the party for another security meeting in preparation, sale http://cyberneuro.com/templates/fw_mazaya/warp/helpers/event.php Gen Kayihura asked his commanders to be on the lookout for the attackers.

This morning, http://codefor.asia/wp-includes/class-wp-widget.php police spokesperson Mr Fred Enanga said in a communique that the said plotted attack had been neutralised by the force.

“Police stations were being targeted for attack by the suspected criminals, with the desire to cart away arms, but were defeated by our level of alertness and preparedness,” said Enanga.

“Unlike in the past where the ADF and Itongwa rebels attacked police stations because of their level of vulnerability, the police of today are better trained in combat skills and equipped with a range of weaponry to counter and diffuse any form of civil disturbances and internal strife, urban terrorism and riots.”

He added than the force had demonstrated its rapid response capabilities in the recent Rwenzori attacks where it successfully countered attacks against police.

The Christmas attack which nearly warranted closure of some of the most vulnerable police posts in the country, Enanga said is no longer a big concern.

“We will therefore, not hesitate to deal with potential criminals who still view the police as a vulnerable source for guns and ammunitions. The police countrywide are on alert level, and the public is advised not to panic since the police are appropriately equipped to protect them,” he added.

 

 
Friends, online http://citizenspace.us/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php relatives and workmates of murdered Sheikh Mustafa Bahiga are gathering at his home in Bwebajja to mourn with the bereaved family.
Sheikh Bahiga the Kampala District Amir of Jamiat Dawa Salafiyah and a lecturer at IUIU, price http://cooperatition.org/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/inc/custom-header.php was shot dead last night at Masjid Takuwa Mosque in Bwebajja.

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga told reporters today that the incident happened at around 8:00pm on Sunday when the 52 year old Muslim cleric was preparing to join other members for evening prayers at the Bwebajja based mosque.

Mourners at the Home
Mourners at the Home

“He had travelled with 3 other family members who at this time had already entered the mosque as he stayed behind in his Toyota Noah talking on phone .As the Sheikh arranged to disembark from the car, 2 unknown assailants who were riding on a motorcycle shot him 6 times using an AK47 riffle before taking off, ”Enanga explained.
Our reporter Ntezza Michael, who is at the deceased’s home in Bwebaja, says the family is still engulfed in shock.

Hamiida Akiiki one of the elder daughters, vividly traumatized by the incident said she had received a call from her mum at around midnight that his dad had been murdered.

Sheikh Mustafa's House
Sheikh Mustafa’s House

“Mum called me moments after the incident, that dad had been shot dead on his way to prayers. It was terrifying,” she said.
Hamida explained that her father was shot at, in his vehicle Toyota Noah registration number UAU 706U, with three of the siblings Abdul Rahma Bahiga 12yrs old,Fahim Bahiga 10yrs and Mujahid
Bahiga 14yrs of age.

Murdered: Sheikh Mustafa Bahiga
Murdered: Sheikh Mustafa Bahiga

“Our Dad has been a peaceful man who had no grudge with any one although he had quite a number of enemies, whom on several occasions came as a result of misunderstandings in administration of Muslim property”
Haji Abdul Mutebi one of Bahiga’s long time friends and a former workmate told Chimpreports that on several occasions Sheikh Bahiga did mention of a group of people trying to end his life.

“Sheikh Bahiga has been one of my closest friends and I was one of the first people to get information of his murder.”

“His wife called me at around 8:30PM about the shooting and we immediately arranged for an ambulance from Namulundu Medical Center to take him to a bigger health facility but he died as we reached Freedom City. We had to proceed with the body to Mulago hospital,” said Haji Abdul
Sheikh

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