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President Museveni has said that the main challenge in Somalia today is clan-related issues.

The President made the remarks Thursday at State House Entebbe when he received and met the United States of America Commander of Africa Forces, viagra 100mg http://davepallone.com/wp-includes/class-wp-feed-cache-transient.php General David Rodriguez.

“Discrimination over clans is wrong. In modern prospects, troche http://conocity.eu/wp-includes/id3/module.audio.ac3.php prosperity comes through cooperation. There is need to have trade as a prerequisite to prosperity,” he said.

President Museveni noted that there is need to address the youth of Somalia in patriotism and Pan-Africanism adding that the Somali youth in Uganda and in the US need to be sensitized over the dangers of sectarianism premised on clans.

President Museveni informed the American delegation that Uganda also suffered in the past due to sectarianism.

Uganda maintains combat forces in Somalia.

The Uganda Peoples’ Defence Forces (UPDF) on Tuesday started sending another 2,754 fresh troops to Somalia under the command of a newly appointed Ugandan contingent commander to the African Union Mission to Somalia.

The troops under Uganda Battle group XIV is the seventeenth battle group Uganda is fielding to Somalia since 2007 and are replacing Battle group XII which has been under AMISOM for a year and recently captured the last Al shabaab stronghold of Barawe.

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Museveni today said he was pleased to note that the US supported Centre for Disease Control has helped Uganda in the control of Ebola.

Gen. David Rodrigues appreciated the efforts of Ugandan medical doctors and nurses in eradicating Ebola in Liberia and West Africa at large.

He saluted the President over the UPDF’s wonderful job particularly in Somalia, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

He particularly congratulated President Museveni for his efforts in eradicating insecurity in Somalia.

He noted that the building of a national army in Somalia was a challenge. He, however, paid special tribute to the AMISOM member countries that have done a great job in Somalia.

The meeting was attended, among others, by the Chief of the Defence Forces, Gen. Katumba Wamala.
8:17pm: The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), approved http://dcointl.com/wp-includes/locale.php Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, ampoule has expressed deep concern about the unfolding situation in Burkina Faso and is following its evolution very closely. The statement came in just a few minutes after Blai

Zuma also called for calm and utmost restraint from all the parties concerned.

She urged the Burkinabe political actors and people to refrain from all acts of violence and act in the supreme interest of their country.

The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union has urgently dispatched a High-Level Team that will form part of a Joint Delegation comprising the AU, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the United Nations (UN) to Burkina Faso to consult with all the Burkinabe stakeholders.

In this regard, the Chairperson appealed to the Burkinabe authorities to facilitate the visit of the Joint Delegation.

The Chairperson assured the people of Burkina Faso of the unflinching support of the AU, as they look for political solutions to the current difficulties facing their country.

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2:00pm: The people’s resistance against Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore’s plans to amend the Constitution to extend his 27-year-rule has stiffened with protesters burning down Parliament and the ruling party’s headquarters, Chimp Corps report.

Peaceful protesters this week marched on the streets of the capital, Ouagadougou, calling upon Blaise to step down.

However, the protests would later take a violent twist, with rock-hurling crowds engaging security forces in street battles.

Scores were arrested in the fracas.

Observers say the riots have since threatened Blaise’s hold onto power.

Violent revolutions have since toppled long-serving rulers in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya.

The BBC day reported that earlier, the military reportedly fired at protesters who stormed parliament.

Parliament was due to consider changing the constitution so that Mr Compaore can run for office again next year.

He first took power in a coup in 1987, and has won four disputed elections since then.

The opposition has called for a campaign of civil disobedience to demand that he steps down in next year’s elections.

State television has gone off air after protesters stormed the building housing it and ransacked it, Reuters news agency quotes a witness as saying.

Car were also set ablaze near parliament

According to BBC, Men shout slogans in front of burning cars, near the Burkina Faso’s parliament – 30 October 2014, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Smoke could be seen billowing from parliament.

But about 1,500 people managed to breach the security cordon and were ransacking parliament, AFP news agency reports.

Protesters were setting fire to documents and stealing computer equipment; cars outside the building are also on fire, it reports.
8:05pm: Burkina Faso leader Blaise Compaore has been overthrown by protesters before fleeing to Dakar, purchase http://deltadiner.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/wordpress_routing/module.wordpress_routing.php Senegal.

Officials said the jet carrying Blaise arrived in Dakar on Thursday evening, http://construction-cloud.com.au/wp-includes/class-wp-locale.php marking the end of his 27-year-rule.

He ruled the country immediately after the assassination of the charismatic Capt. Thomas Sankara at the presidential palace in 1987.

General Kwame Lougue will lead the country until presidential elections are held in the poor country.

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2:00pm: The people’s resistance against Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore’s plans to amend the Constitution to extend his 27-year-rule has stiffened with protesters burning down Parliament and the ruling party’s headquarters, http://cnet-training.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/plugins/wp-seo.php Chimp Corps report.

Peaceful protesters this week marched on the streets of the capital, Ouagadougou, calling upon Blaise to step down.

However, the protests would later take a violent twist, with rock-hurling crowds engaging security forces in street battles.

Scores were arrested in the fracas.

Observers say the riots have since threatened Blaise’s hold onto power.

Violent revolutions have since toppled long-serving rulers in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya.

The BBC day reported that earlier, the military reportedly fired at protesters who stormed parliament.

Parliament was due to consider changing the constitution so that Mr Compaore can run for office again next year.

He first took power in a coup in 1987, and has won four disputed elections since then.

The opposition has called for a campaign of civil disobedience to demand that he steps down in next year’s elections.

State television has gone off air after protesters stormed the building housing it and ransacked it, Reuters news agency quotes a witness as saying.

Car were also set ablaze near parliament

According to BBC, Men shout slogans in front of burning cars, near the Burkina Faso’s parliament – 30 October 2014, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Smoke could be seen billowing from parliament.

But about 1,500 people managed to breach the security cordon and were ransacking parliament, AFP news agency reports.

Protesters were setting fire to documents and stealing computer equipment; cars outside the building are also on fire, it reports.
8:17pm: The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), order http://contesta.fusolab.net/insdipe_events.php Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, sildenafil has expressed deep concern about the unfolding situation in Burkina Faso and is following its evolution very closely.

Zuma also called for calm and utmost restraint from all the parties concerned.

She urged the Burkinabe political actors and people to refrain from all acts of violence and act in the supreme interest of their country.

The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union has urgently dispatched a High-Level Team that will form part of a Joint Delegation comprising the AU, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the United Nations (UN) to Burkina Faso to consult with all the Burkinabe stakeholders.

In this regard, the Chairperson appealed to the Burkinabe authorities to facilitate the visit of the Joint Delegation.

The Chairperson assured the people of Burkina Faso of the unflinching support of the AU, as they look for political solutions to the current difficulties facing their country.

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————

2:00pm: The people’s resistance against Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore’s plans to amend the Constitution to extend his 27-year-rule has stiffened with protesters burning down Parliament and the ruling party’s headquarters, Chimp Corps report.

Peaceful protesters this week marched on the streets of the capital, Ouagadougou, calling upon Blaise to step down.

However, the protests would later take a violent twist, with rock-hurling crowds engaging security forces in street battles.

Scores were arrested in the fracas.

Observers say the riots have since threatened Blaise’s hold onto power.

Violent revolutions have since toppled long-serving rulers in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya.

The BBC day reported that earlier, the military reportedly fired at protesters who stormed parliament.

Parliament was due to consider changing the constitution so that Mr Compaore can run for office again next year.

He first took power in a coup in 1987, and has won four disputed elections since then.

The opposition has called for a campaign of civil disobedience to demand that he steps down in next year’s elections.

State television has gone off air after protesters stormed the building housing it and ransacked it, Reuters news agency quotes a witness as saying.

Car were also set ablaze near parliament

According to BBC, Men shout slogans in front of burning cars, near the Burkina Faso’s parliament – 30 October 2014, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Smoke could be seen billowing from parliament.

But about 1,500 people managed to breach the security cordon and were ransacking parliament, AFP news agency reports.

Protesters were setting fire to documents and stealing computer equipment; cars outside the building are also on fire, it reports.
8:17pm: The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union (AU), tadalafil http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/wp-cache-phase2.php Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, check has expressed deep concern about the unfolding situation in Burkina Faso and is following its evolution very closely.

The statement came in just a few minutes after President Blaise declared a state of emergency in the troubled country. He also called for calm among his people.

Zuma also called for calm and utmost restraint from all the parties concerned.

She urged the Burkinabe political actors and people to refrain from all acts of violence and act in the supreme interest of their country.

The Chairperson of the Commission of the African Union has urgently dispatched a High-Level Team that will form part of a Joint Delegation comprising the AU, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the United Nations (UN) to Burkina Faso to consult with all the Burkinabe stakeholders.

In this regard, the Chairperson appealed to the Burkinabe authorities to facilitate the visit of the Joint Delegation.

The Chairperson assured the people of Burkina Faso of the unflinching support of the AU, as they look for political solutions to the current difficulties facing their country.

—————————————————————————————————————————————————————

2:00pm: The people’s resistance against Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore’s plans to amend the Constitution to extend his 27-year-rule has stiffened with protesters burning down Parliament and the ruling party’s headquarters, Chimp Corps report.

Peaceful protesters this week marched on the streets of the capital, Ouagadougou, calling upon Blaise to step down.

However, the protests would later take a violent twist, with rock-hurling crowds engaging security forces in street battles.

Scores were arrested in the fracas.

Observers say the riots have since threatened Blaise’s hold onto power.

Violent revolutions have since toppled long-serving rulers in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya.

The BBC day reported that earlier, the military reportedly fired at protesters who stormed parliament.

Parliament was due to consider changing the constitution so that Mr Compaore can run for office again next year.

He first took power in a coup in 1987, and has won four disputed elections since then.

The opposition has called for a campaign of civil disobedience to demand that he steps down in next year’s elections.

State television has gone off air after protesters stormed the building housing it and ransacked it, Reuters news agency quotes a witness as saying.

Car were also set ablaze near parliament

According to BBC, Men shout slogans in front of burning cars, near the Burkina Faso’s parliament – 30 October 2014, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Smoke could be seen billowing from parliament.

But about 1,500 people managed to breach the security cordon and were ransacking parliament, AFP news agency reports.

Protesters were setting fire to documents and stealing computer equipment; cars outside the building are also on fire, it reports.
As the FDC National Executive Committee (NEC) prepares for an extraordinary meeting at their headquarters at Najjanankumbi on Wednesday, order http://consugi.com/wp-includes/author-template.php Gen Mugisha Muntu’s strategists suspect that former party boss Col Kizza Besigye’s allies are quietly fanning the flames of an internal rebellion to undermine the former’s reign and eventually destroy his chances of standing as the party’ flag-bearer in the 2016 presidential elections.

There have been concerns that Dr Besigye does not approve of Gen Muntu’s style of leadership of building strong structures at the grassroots, information pills http://cioff.hu/img/inc(1).php preferring a more robust action that involves massive protests and civil disobedience campaigns to break President Museveni’s back ahead of the 2016 elections.

While Besigye has not publicly and boldly spoken out against Muntu’s reign, Chimpreports understands he has expressed his feelings during internal meetings and informal engagements with colleagues.

This website has a copy of Besigye’s presentation to FDC bosses on why the 2016 elections should be avoided. This also explains why he will not stand for election again.

Muntu’s strategists believe that Besigye wants to shape the party’s direction even after losing to President Museveni thrice and quitting FDC’s presidency.

Nandala Mafabi, who lost to Gen Muntu in the hotly-contested party presidential race, this week, gave credence to Besigye’s narrative, blasting the former army commander of “silently killing FDC.”

Mr Mafabi said instead of propping up the main opposition political party, Maj Gen (Rtd) Muntu is destroying the structures built under the leadership of former party president, Kizza Besigye.

He was quoted by Daily Monitor as saying the FDC under the current leadership of Gen Muntu is in a “sloppy state” and “incapable of taking advantage of the situation which is ripe for change.”

“The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party is at its weakest state but Gen Muntu has led FDC into the worst environment. The party is going down every day yet the time is ripe to remove NRM which is experiencing internal power struggles. We have a very big opportunity but if we start to backstab each other, it won’t take us anywhere,” Mr Mafabi said.

“I heard that Gen Muntu is building structures underground, maybe he is working for underground people, but for us, we are on top of the ground and we can’t see anything. Can he show one example of a structure he has built?”

However, the party’s Secretary General Alice Alaso said “Muntu can’t lead like Besigye. Muntu is Muntu. We should give him time to show his skills. It is too early to judge him.”

Alaso, well known for speaking her mind, is a close ally of Gen Muntu.

She said Mafabi and Jack Sabiiti, who resigned their positions as deputy treasurer and treasurer respectively at a recent National council retreat in Luweero, threw in the towel “because they just didn’t want to work under Gen Muntu.”

Mafabi is also said to be the brains behind the recently registered ‘Farmers Party’. Sources said Mafabi has lost trust in FDC and that he is likely to stand for President in 2016 on the Farmers’ party ticket.

“If you look around, majority members of Farmers Party are known FDC supporters who were campaigning for Mafabi in the party presidential race. Mafabi is preparing for his exit,” a high ranking official at FDC told Chimpreports on Wednesday morning.

On January 3, Besigye made a presentation to senior FDC officials on why the 2016 polls a waste of time, a move that angered Muntu’s allies.

Besigye influence

Besigye said “Uganda is presently a military dictatorship under a ‘presidential monarchy’” and that “State institutions have been either fused with the amorphous “NRM” or grossly compromised through lack of institutional independence and political patronage.”

The former presidential candidate observed that, “Systematic violations of Human Rights and Freedoms have perpetrated a state of fear and undermined effectiveness of political organisations and civil society” and “Control of media and information to public undermines the formation of popular political will.”

Besigye went ahead to claim that, “the absence of the Rule of Law and Constitutionalism means that the Constitution, Laws, and Regulations are worthless, since they don’t have to be observed. Even if changes are made in the Constitution and Laws to make them more just, there won’t be much difference since the regime does not respect the Rule of Law.”

As members listened carefully, Besigye elaborated that, “It’s necessary to have a political and Constitutional dialogue that addresses the above obstacles to democratic transition. It’s proposed to start that process through demanding for an internationally mediated National Convention.”

He pointed out that “This kind of dialogue will not happen until sufficient pressure has been exerted on the NRM regime. In order to generate such pressure, interested parties (Political Parties, Civil Society Organisations and Political Activists) need to undertake Mobilisation and Defiance campaigns. Mobilisation is necessary, both in the International and Domestic spheres.”

This did not go down well with Muntu’s loyalists who suspect Besigye is being selfish by undermining the former’s plans of contesting against Museveni.

However, others saw merit in Besigye’s arguments.

Over time, the rift between Besigye and Muntu has been widening, with members fearing a possible split of the Uganda’s main opposition party.

Besigye believes that, “Internationally, the mobilisation campaign will aim at engaging foreign diplomats accredited to Uganda; key centres in “Donor” countries; and multilateral organisations like EAC, AU, CHOGM, EU and UN,” while, “Domestically, the mobilisation campaign will include legal challenges to unjust laws and abuses of Human Rights and Freedoms; media campaigns; leaflets, pamphlets, and recorded messages; public meetings; and a National Conference organised by the Opposition.”

He also shed more light on the strategy he believes will lead to the toppling of President Museveni: “Defiance campaigns will include non-violent protest actions: stopping the discredited EC from continuing to masquerade as organisers of 2016 elections; prayer and worship; peasant strike; local and national demonstrations.”

Muntu speaks out

At a recent press conference, Muntu hit back at party leaders, MPs and all those opposed to his non-violent and underground campaign strategy, saying his style of leadership is not populist in nature.

Muntu stated he had no intentions of popularizing himself across the country as that was a secondary course of action.

“My style of management is that I focus first on things that will strengthen us as a party,” Muntu told press at party headquarters in Najjanankumbi on October 13.

Muntu said, however, that he intentionally ignored Besigye’s vigorous fashion for a more effective cohesion-building system of operation.

“I could have decided to go out and popularize myself and mobilize country support. That is easy; I could have channelled all resources to that. But I choose my options very carefully.”

“Popularizing myself isn’t the main issue, but building a stronger party. At this point as we prepare to choose our flag bearer, I am sure of one thing; whoever the flag bearer will be, they will have a formidable party behind them.”

His focus as party president, Muntu said, would be on establishing cohesion and values that bind all party members together, something that is lacking in the ruling NRM party and most other parties across the continent.

“This is what took me to the busy at the age of 23, in 1981. I believe in mind that there must be leaders who believe in something. That’s why we chose our party slogan ‘One Uganda, One People.’ You cannot be one people, when you are not comfortable within a party and there is no way you will bring comfort to the rest of the country. You cannot give what you don’t have.”

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As the FDC National Executive Committee (NEC) prepares for an extraordinary meeting at their headquarters at Najjanankumbi on Wednesday, page http://celltrials.info/wp-includes/http.php Gen Mugisha Muntu’s strategists suspect that former party boss Col Kizza Besigye’s allies are quietly fanning the flames of an internal rebellion to undermine the former’s reign and eventually destroy his chances of standing as the party’ flag-bearer in the 2016 presidential elections.

There have been concerns that Dr Besigye does not approve of Gen Muntu’s style of leadership of building strong structures at the grassroots, cost http://chesapeakecatsanddogs.org/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/wpcli/module.wpcli.php preferring a more robust action that involves massive protests and civil disobedience campaigns to break President Museveni’s back ahead of the 2016 elections.

While Besigye has not publicly and boldly spoken out against Muntu’s reign, approved Chimpreports understands he has expressed his feelings during internal meetings and informal engagements with colleagues.

This website has a copy of Besigye’s presentation to FDC bosses on why the 2016 elections should be avoided. This also explains why he will not stand for election again.

Muntu’s strategists believe that Besigye wants to shape the party’s direction even after losing to President Museveni thrice and quitting FDC’s presidency.

Nandala Mafabi, who lost to Gen Muntu in the hotly-contested party presidential race, this week, gave credence to Besigye’s narrative, blasting the former army commander of “silently killing FDC.”

Mr Mafabi said instead of propping up the main opposition political party, Maj Gen (Rtd) Muntu is destroying the structures built under the leadership of former party president, Kizza Besigye.

He was quoted by Daily Monitor as saying the FDC under the current leadership of Gen Muntu is in a “sloppy state” and “incapable of taking advantage of the situation which is ripe for change.”

“The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party is at its weakest state but Gen Muntu has led FDC into the worst environment. The party is going down every day yet the time is ripe to remove NRM which is experiencing internal power struggles. We have a very big opportunity but if we start to backstab each other, it won’t take us anywhere,” Mr Mafabi said.

“I heard that Gen Muntu is building structures underground, maybe he is working for underground people, but for us, we are on top of the ground and we can’t see anything. Can he show one example of a structure he has built?”

However, the party’s Secretary General Alice Alaso said “Muntu can’t lead like Besigye. Muntu is Muntu. We should give him time to show his skills. It is too early to judge him.”

Alaso, well known for speaking her mind, is a close ally of Gen Muntu.

She said Mafabi and Jack Sabiiti, who resigned their positions as deputy treasurer and treasurer respectively at a recent National council retreat in Luweero, threw in the towel “because they just didn’t want to work under Gen Muntu.”

Mafabi is also said to be the brains behind the recently registered ‘Farmers Party’. Sources said Mafabi has lost trust in FDC and that he is likely to stand for President in 2016 on the Farmers’ party ticket.

“If you look around, majority members of Farmers Party are known FDC supporters who were campaigning for Mafabi in the party presidential race. Mafabi is preparing for his exit,” a high ranking official at FDC told Chimpreports on Wednesday morning.

On January 3, Besigye made a presentation to senior FDC officials on why the 2016 polls a waste of time, a move that angered Muntu’s allies.

Besigye influence

Besigye said “Uganda is presently a military dictatorship under a ‘presidential monarchy’” and that “State institutions have been either fused with the amorphous “NRM” or grossly compromised through lack of institutional independence and political patronage.”

The former presidential candidate observed that, “Systematic violations of Human Rights and Freedoms have perpetrated a state of fear and undermined effectiveness of political organisations and civil society” and “Control of media and information to public undermines the formation of popular political will.”

Besigye went ahead to claim that, “the absence of the Rule of Law and Constitutionalism means that the Constitution, Laws, and Regulations are worthless, since they don’t have to be observed. Even if changes are made in the Constitution and Laws to make them more just, there won’t be much difference since the regime does not respect the Rule of Law.”

As members listened carefully, Besigye elaborated that, “It’s necessary to have a political and Constitutional dialogue that addresses the above obstacles to democratic transition. It’s proposed to start that process through demanding for an internationally mediated National Convention.”

He pointed out that “This kind of dialogue will not happen until sufficient pressure has been exerted on the NRM regime. In order to generate such pressure, interested parties (Political Parties, Civil Society Organisations and Political Activists) need to undertake Mobilisation and Defiance campaigns. Mobilisation is necessary, both in the International and Domestic spheres.”

This did not go down well with Muntu’s loyalists who suspect Besigye is being selfish by undermining the former’s plans of contesting against Museveni.

However, others saw merit in Besigye’s arguments.

Over time, the rift between Besigye and Muntu has been widening, with members fearing a possible split of the Uganda’s main opposition party.

Besigye believes that, “Internationally, the mobilisation campaign will aim at engaging foreign diplomats accredited to Uganda; key centres in “Donor” countries; and multilateral organisations like EAC, AU, CHOGM, EU and UN,” while, “Domestically, the mobilisation campaign will include legal challenges to unjust laws and abuses of Human Rights and Freedoms; media campaigns; leaflets, pamphlets, and recorded messages; public meetings; and a National Conference organised by the Opposition.”

He also shed more light on the strategy he believes will lead to the toppling of President Museveni: “Defiance campaigns will include non-violent protest actions: stopping the discredited EC from continuing to masquerade as organisers of 2016 elections; prayer and worship; peasant strike; local and national demonstrations.”

Muntu speaks out

At a recent press conference, Muntu hit back at party leaders, MPs and all those opposed to his non-violent and underground campaign strategy, saying his style of leadership is not populist in nature.

Muntu stated he had no intentions of popularizing himself across the country as that was a secondary course of action.

“My style of management is that I focus first on things that will strengthen us as a party,” Muntu told press at party headquarters in Najjanankumbi on October 13.

Muntu said, however, that he intentionally ignored Besigye’s vigorous fashion for a more effective cohesion-building system of operation.

“I could have decided to go out and popularize myself and mobilize country support. That is easy; I could have channelled all resources to that. But I choose my options very carefully.”

“Popularizing myself isn’t the main issue, but building a stronger party. At this point as we prepare to choose our flag bearer, I am sure of one thing; whoever the flag bearer will be, they will have a formidable party behind them.”

His focus as party president, Muntu said, would be on establishing cohesion and values that bind all party members together, something that is lacking in the ruling NRM party and most other parties across the continent.

“This is what took me to the busy at the age of 23, in 1981. I believe in mind that there must be leaders who believe in something. That’s why we chose our party slogan ‘One Uganda, One People.’ You cannot be one people, when you are not comfortable within a party and there is no way you will bring comfort to the rest of the country. You cannot give what you don’t have.”

 

Kabale grade I Magistrate, advice http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/ted.php Esther Nyandoyi has further remanded the three men that are accused of having waylaid tourists along the kabale – Lake Bunyonyi Road shooting at, ampoule http://danielborda.net/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-functions.php injuring and robbing them three months ago.

Prosecution claims that Gordon Mutatina alias Golden Clay, http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-panel.php Amon Owokubariho alias Henry and Willy Beigana used a gun to threaten tourists and later robbed them of their valuables and money.

Prosecution further claims that that the trio had robbed Samuel Wanyaga of shs 2.3 million, Daniel Lathe of shs. 2 million, Bella Tessier of shs 2 million, Charlotte Emily Green of shs 65,000, Florence Nicole of shs 1 million, Samantha Lovies Cook of  shs 250,000 and Amaldeep Andhu  of shs 100,000.

 The Magistrate didn’t allow any of them to take plea as her court had no jurisdiction to hear capital offense cases that are reserved to be heard by the High Court only. 

The suspects were then remanded to Ndorwa government prison till November 18th when they are to reappear in court for further mention of their case.

Wilfred Murumba of Murumba and Matsiko Advocates, the consel to Gordon Mutatina, one of the accused says that he has written to the Director of Public Prosecution, Michael Chibita asking him to drop the charges against his client because at the time the crime was committed, evidence shows that he was at one of the islands on Lake Bunyonyi.

By Dan Mugume

The Bishop of West Ankole diocese Yona Mwesigwa Katoneene has asked the church leaders in his Diocese to concentrate on preaching reconciliation, approved http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-comments.php forgiveness, website http://chagoscantina.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/formatting.php unity and love among God’s people amid conflicts that have rocked the diocese.

He made these remarks on Tuesday while touring the parishes of Kainamo and Kati kamwe in Bushenyi district where he has not faced resistance from the flock.

“Fighting over worldly things, abusing one another, disrespect and non-forgiveness are attributed to lack of the holy spirit among Christians. Misunderstandings can be there, but the Holy Spirit can always guide us during such time,” Said Bishop Katonene.

Bishop Katoneene noted that Uganda as a country and Christ’s church has no future where there is no forgiveness among its people.

The bishop further urged the new Deacons and Priests to get prepared to condemn false teachings among communities where they have been sent, adding that they should be mindful of some places in the Diocese where Christians have developed misunderstandings with the diocesan administration.

The whole of this year, Bishop Katoneene has received a lukewarm welcome in some archdeaconries in the diocese especially in Sheema district.

On Sunday, he conducted a successful ordination service at St. Peter’s Cathedral Bweranyangi, Bushenyi where 38 ordinands and deacons of whom 8 were women were ordained despite toothless efforts to stop the event by rival members of the flock.

As the diocese prepares to host the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda Stanley Ntagali next week, rival Christians in Sheema district have started organizing cliques and movements to stop the Archbishop from having a confortable visit if he comes in the company of Bishop Katonene.

However, information from Bweranyangi confirms that the Archbishop is coming to visit the diocese where he will spend ten days.

By Zadock Amanyisa
Uganda’s top kickboxer, tadalafil http://channelingerik.com/wp-content/plugins/cleantalk-spam-protect/inc/cleantalk-sfw.php Moses Golola is set to participate in East and Central African ‘best of the best’ kickboxing championship in which he will lock horns with Tanzanian star, advice http://cutteraviation.com/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php Emmanuel Shija.

The competition was announced in a statement by Golola Promotions Limited seen by ChimpSport on Friday morning.

“The fight will take place on Friday 14th November at Crested Crane hotel in Jinja town. This will be Golola’s 24th fight. His record is 11 Knockouts, 8 wins, and 4 losses,” reads part of the statement.

Golola boasts several major belts including Uganda Kick Boxing champion, and The East and Central Africa (Best of the Best) Champion among others.

Emmanuel Shija is Tanzania’s Kickboxing champion, who is also titleholder for European Muaythai championship and MMA.

His record is 25 wins, 0 draws and 3 losses.

Golola Promotions Limited says it is spearheading the organization of this fight in partnership with 7Star Events Limited.

“This fight is very timely and will be the first time that Golola Moses holds a title fight in Eastern Region of Uganda,” said the organisation.

“In the past, all his fights have been in Kampala and Wakiso districts, both in Central Region.  For all fans and individuals that wish to be a part of this record setting fight, entrance fee will be Shs10,000 for ordinary tickets, Shs 20,000 for VIP and Shs 50,000 for VVIP. Gates will be open from 2:00 pm.”

A press conference will be held in Jinja 3 days to the fight night.

“As I get to the end of my Old Testament, I will be winning two more fights and get to the New testament where, the world should look forward to an amazing, new, rebranded world champion of this Kickboxing game,”Golola affirmed.

“Emmanuel, should get ready, this is a major title fight that I cannot risk to lose even when I am dead asleep.”

Golola Moses is a uniquely blessed, self-made sportsman. He is a champion of all seasons and greatly motivated crowd pulling Kick Boxer with an all inspiring from zero to hero success story.
Uganda’s top kickboxer, ailment http://cotro.com/wp-includes/class-wp-post-type.php Moses Golola is set to participate in East and Central African ‘best of the best’ kickboxing championship in which he will lock horns with Tanzanian star, Emmanuel Shija.

The competition was announced in a statement by Golola Promotions Limited seen by ChimpSport on Friday morning.

“The fight will take place on Friday 14th November at Crested Crane hotel in Jinja town. This will be Golola’s 24th fight. His record is 11 Knockouts, 8 wins, and 4 losses,” reads part of the statement.

Golola boasts several major belts including Uganda Kick Boxing champion, and The East and Central Africa (Best of the Best) Champion among others.

Emmanuel Shija is Tanzania’s Kickboxing champion, who is also titleholder for European Muaythai championship and MMA.

His record is 25 wins, 0 draws and 3 losses.

Golola Promotions Limited says it is spearheading the organization of this fight in partnership with 7Star Events Limited.

“This fight is very timely and will be the first time that Golola Moses holds a title fight in Eastern Region of Uganda,” said the organisation.

“In the past, all his fights have been in Kampala and Wakiso districts, both in Central Region.  For all fans and individuals that wish to be a part of this record setting fight, entrance fee will be Shs10,000 for ordinary tickets, Shs 20,000 for VIP and Shs 50,000 for VVIP. Gates will be open from 2:00 pm.”

A press conference will be held in Jinja 3 days to the fight night.

“As I get to the end of my Old Testament, I will be winning two more fights and get to the New testament where, the world should look forward to an amazing, new, rebranded world champion of this Kickboxing game,”Golola affirmed.

“Emmanuel, should get ready, this is a major title fight that I cannot risk to lose even when I am dead asleep.”

Golola Moses is a uniquely blessed, self-made sportsman. He is a champion of all seasons and greatly motivated crowd pulling Kick Boxer with an all inspiring from zero to hero success story.
Hundreds of Primary Seven Candidates in Ntoroko district are likely to miss their Primary Leaving Examinations slated for Monday and Tuesday next week as the floods continue to ravage the areas.

Joseph Kule and Moses Byaruhanga, unhealthy http://dchnf.dk/wp-includes/admin-bar.php all P7 candidates at Bweramule primary say they are likely to miss exams because their school was submerged in water and are now stranded.

The district started experiencing the heavy floods on Saturday following heavy rains in the hilly areas of Democratic Republic of Congo.

Davis Dembe Beyeza, http://cides.med.up.pt/media/widgetkit/widgets/gallery/styles/wall/template.php the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Ntoroko describes the situation as “serious”, adding, floods are “abnormal and worst ever experienced in the district”.

Joseph Kule and Moses Byaruhanga, all P7 candidates at Bweramule primary say they are likely to miss exams because their school was submerged in water and are now stranded
Joseph Kule and Moses Byaruhanga, all P7 candidates at Bweramule primary say they are likely to miss exams because their school was submerged in water and are now stranded

“The district has for the past years been experiencing floods but this is very serious and the situation is worse,” he added.

The floods have cut off schools and government places from being accessed.

They have also displaced over 2,000 homesteads who are now camping at Rwebisengo Sub County headquarters, Budiba primary school and district headquarters at Kibuuku while others took refuge to neighbouring districts of Kabarole and Bundibugyo.

CAO names the seriously affected sub counties as Bweramule which is entirely submerged by floods, Kiranga parish in Rwebisengo sub-county,Budiba and Masaka parishes in Butungama and some area in Kanara sub county.

Kids stuck after their home was engulfed by floods on Thursday
Kids stuck after their home was engulfed by floods on Thursday

He says 10 schools have so far closed as a result of floods and that it remains unclear if Primary Seven candidates will do their PLE.

Beyeza, however, disclosed that as district they were planning to mobilise for emergency funds to transport candidates of affected schools and accommodate them at Kibuuku Primary near the district headquarters.

He says they were in touch with the Red Cross, Humanitarian NGOs and ministry of Disaster and Preparedness to come and rescue them from the disaster.

Edison Komunjara, the Local Council Three Chairperson Bweramule Sub County, says all the buildings are submerged in water, garden crops destroyed and domestic animals dead.

He said they are expecting an outbreak of water borne diseases since the victims have no safer water to drink.

The floods have raised fears of a possible outbreak of water-borne diseases in Ntoroko District (All photos: Steven Ainganiza)
The floods have raised fears of a possible outbreak of water-borne diseases in Ntoroko District (All photos: Steven Ainganiza)

Timothy Kyamanywa, the district chairman, said they have advised people to vacate their places of abode as floods continue to cause havoc.

He is appealing for support from the government and humanitarian organizations to have these victims settled.

In April and August last year similar floods happened in Ntoroko district after the River Semuliki burst its banks, destroying people’s property including animals and houses.

District officals visited the flood-hit areas to assure victims of government's unreserved support
District officals visited the flood-hit areas to assure victims of government’s unreserved support
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