South Africa-based Ugandan socialite, approved http://certoclear.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php Zarinah Tlale, http://citizenspace.us/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php has expressed outrage at an attempt by security staff at Entebbe International Airport to steal her money and expensive jewelry, http://cizgisactasarim.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor.php ChimpLyf reports.
Zari arrived in Uganda last weekend for Eid-el-Fitri celebrations with her family and also to meet her lover, Farouk Sempala.
However, something nasty happened at Entebbe Airport as she returned to South Africa on Thursday.
A female security staff attempted to steal $1200 from her purse but Zari was sharp enough to foil the plot.
Officials at the airport said they are investigating the incident which has raised concerns about the presence of a racket of unscrupulous people within airport security.
The development has sparked fears that such unprofessional security officials can be easily compromised by terrorists.
IGP Gen Kale Kayihura recently passed out 49 Aviation Security personnel at the Police Training School in Kabalye, Masindi.
The IGP upon congratulating the Civil Aviation Authority for their initiative to train and improve the capacity of its security personnel noted that the Airport was a vital installation with high value of human capital, goods, property, and wealth, which makes it attractive to criminals and terrorists.
Below is Zari’s confession.
I need to fill you in on this little incident that happened to me this morning so next time you take extra caution:
As you arrive at Entebbe airport there is a security check point. Well I was asked to come out of the car and have my hand bag ‘searched’ which is the norm. The security lady at the desk fidgeted inside my hand bag and removed my jewellery and make up kit.
She tried to distract me by asking me to open the kit while she folded $1200 from my inside zip pocket of the handbag.
She folded the money and tried to push it inside her jacket sleeve around the wrist. I suspected what she was about to do the minute she tried distracting me by opening my make up kit. As a confrontation began the guy officer next to us asked me not to cause a scene which of course to me it was like asking me to ‘get loud ‘ yep that’s what I did.
Let me get this straight. You are ‘searching’ for weapons but end up pick pocketing me and ask me not to cause a scene? Sorry I am not dumb, am too fast and& smart for that crap. Mr Mugabi, Sir your intervention in this matter is needed. Your men should ‘search’ for weapons not pick pocket us unless this is part of their ‘job description’. To all travellers take note & be cautious, Lord knows what else can be taken or inserted in our bags.
I work hard for ma money and am not about to be robbed by people supposed to be protecting me. This will enlighten others on being cautious.
I just don’t get why of all places this happened at a ‘SECURITY CHECK POINT’? Where exactly are we supposed to feel safe? How many people have been robbed and no one raised a concern or only realised after reaching their destination? Why would the officer ask me not to cause a scene… Mr Mugabi there is a syndicate here please investigate. Otherwise the other officer would have intervened.
With negotiations in progress to bring back SuperSport to broadcast the top flight league, buy http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-admin/includes/nav-menu.php FUFA has expressed confidence that the project is on the right track.
While addressing the media on developments from the meetings that have been held between FUFA and the top flight sides, visit this the federation’s President Eng Moses Magogo said there is positive progress.
FUFA has met the 16 FUFAS Super League (FSL) clubs under their government, order USLL (Uganda Super League) and SuperSport over the issue of injecting money into the top flight league. FUFA has also consulted FIFA on this matter.
“The discussions are about tapping into resources for the league. The decisions taken by Fufa are in the interest of development of football,” said Magogo.
The leader of Ugandan football stressed that FUFA and clubs have the football while USSL has a contract with SuperSport.
“I must commend the clubs for their attempts to get another sponsor. FUFA applauds the clubs’ efforts in a bid to get funds,” added Magogo.
Wrangles between USSL and FSL has cost the league millions of shillings in sponsorship.
Upon the consent and consultation with clubs, FUFA signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with USSL.
Magogo advised the clubs that they can continue to engage potential sponsors in the next two years.
“We want to honour an agreement that FUFA has signed until a time when there is a reason for not abiding by it,” stressed Magogo who was flanked by FUFA spokesperson Ahmed Hussein, Finance Director Decolas Kiiza, FUFA referees standing Committee (FRSC) Vice Chairman Yusuf Kamulegeya and Competitions Director Ali Mwebe.
The FSL has given out the TV rights only and other sponsors are welcome on board for various properties.
In a related development, the federation has communicated to the 16 clubs about issues regarding the governance of their entity.
“FUFA has not taken away the mandate from the FSL to run the top league. We want to have all the FSL shareholders as legal entities. FSL must issue shares to shareholders so that they have the mandate to decide on legal matters of their clubs,” said Magogo.
Magogo further clarified that the Deed of Adherence is not a contract but a mechanism of compliance to standards of TV production and clubs that will appear on TV will have signed it.
“It is not mandatory for clubs to sign but it comes with benefits for teams appearing in,” added Magogo.
Clubs are expected to submit the deeds of adherence in the nearest possible to beat the deadline of coming up with teams interested in having their matches broadcast.