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Banyankore Kweterana Cooperative Union (BKCU) has surpassed its target of 595.2 metric tons and produced 825.6 metric tons of coffee in the financial year 2014/2015 making the union one of the best performing in Uganda. The share capital which was projected to increase by shs 66 million went up to shs 273.7 million.

This was disclosed at the union’s 44th general meeting that took place at their headquarters in Kakoba division, discount http://ccrail.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-twitter-cards.php Mbarara Municipality.

The union which has 350 primary cooperative societies from Ankole sub-region is an Official Coffee Export facility licensed by the Ugandan Coffee Development Authority (UCDA).

The chairman of the BKCU Board of Directors Mr Jeoffrey Beingana attributes this progress to the recently increased competition in the coffee market.

(BKCU) has surpassed its target of 595.2 metric tons and produced 825.6 metric tons of coffee in the financial year 2014/2015
(BKCU) has surpassed its target of 595.2 metric tons and produced 825.6 metric tons of coffee in the financial year 2014/2015

It was revealed that the best coffee deliveries were recorded from cooperative societies of Ijumo Ruhinda in Mitooma District (309, store 912 kg), Nyamirima Mutegaya in Ibanda District (248,060kg), Kyabandara in Sheema District (180,609kg) and Kanyansheko in Ibanda District (49,475kg).

Coffee continues to play a leading role in the economy of Uganda. According to UCDA, coffee contributes between 20 – 30% of the foreign exchange earnings and the industry employs over 3.5 million families through coffee related activities.

The coffee industry in Uganda has undergone major reforms since the early 1990’s. The coffee market is completely liberalized and producers’ share of export prices increased significantly. The reforms have been successful at least at the export market where it appears to operate optimally.
Banyankore Kweterana Cooperative Union (BKCU) has surpassed its target of 595.2 metric tons and produced 825.6 metric tons of coffee in the financial year 2014/2015 making the union one of the best performing in Uganda. The share capital which was projected to increase by shs 66 million went up to shs 273.7 million.

This was disclosed at the union’s 44th general meeting that took place at their headquarters in Kakoba division, pharmacy http://culinaryschools.org/includes/left-international.php Mbarara Municipality.

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The union which has 350 primary cooperative societies from Ankole sub-region is an Official Coffee Export facility licensed by the Ugandan Coffee Development Authority (UCDA).

The chairman of the BKCU Board of Directors Mr Jeoffrey Beingana attributes this progress to the recently increased competition in the coffee market.

(BKCU) has surpassed its target of 595.2 metric tons and produced 825.6 metric tons of coffee in the financial year 2014/2015
(BKCU) has surpassed its target of 595.2 metric tons and produced 825.6 metric tons of coffee in the financial year 2014/2015

It was revealed that the best coffee deliveries were recorded from cooperative societies of Ijumo Ruhinda in Mitooma District (309, information pills 912 kg), approved Nyamirima Mutegaya in Ibanda District (248,060kg), Kyabandara in Sheema District (180,609kg) and Kanyansheko in Ibanda District (49,475kg).

Coffee continues to play a leading role in the economy of Uganda. According to UCDA, coffee contributes between 20 – 30% of the foreign exchange earnings and the industry employs over 3.5 million families through coffee related activities.

The coffee industry in Uganda has undergone major reforms since the early 1990’s. The coffee market is completely liberalized and producers’ share of export prices increased significantly. The reforms have been successful at least at the export market where it appears to operate optimally.
A dark cloud of fear, for sale anguish, information pills http://cyberstudio.biz/main/modules/mod_sigplus/tmpl/default.php panic and uncertainty hovered over Bweyogerere near Mandela National Stadium in Wakiso District on Tuesday as unknown gunmen sprayed bullets on a Muslim Sheikh, medicine Hassan Ibrahim Kirya.

The heavy gunfire sparked fears among residents that perhaps rebels had attacked the town on the outskirts of Kampala along the Jinja Highway.

According to one of the eye witnesses, a few minutes after 10:00m, two assailants riding on a number-less Bajaj boxer brand motorcycle encircled Kirya who had just disembarked from his Toyota double-cabin pickup truck to buy fruits from the roadside.

“The Sheikh got out of the car to buy passion fruits when one of the assailants clad in a jacket approached and greeted him. He later pulled out a gun and shot him three times in the chest before closely watching him fall and ascertained his death,” one of the boda boda riders near the scene said.

“The Sheikh fell down with his phone and passion fruits also scattered on the ground. People took off for their safety,” the eyewitness recounted, preferring to remain anonymous.

Blood stains of one of the victims of the Tuesday night attack
Blood stains of one of the victims of the Tuesday night attack

He said the attackers’ confidence and lack of fear of retribution by crowds shocked many at the scene.

At that moment, the driver of a trailer flashed lights on the scene, forcing the assailants to fire bullets at both the driver and co-drivers.

It is understood the driver was killed, also fuelling speculation that the hit men are experienced shooters.

As bullets rang out, a boda boda man who also tried to flash lights was hit in the thigh before falling off the motorcycle, whimpering in untold pain.

Another unidentified man in the neighbourhood was also hit by a stray bullet in the eye.

The co-driver of the trailer  was also shot at
The co-driver of the trailer was also shot at
Part of the trailer windscreen where the bullets passed to hit the occupants
Part of the trailer windscreen where the bullets passed to hit the occupants

“The whole thing looked like a movie. Bullets were falling like rain. As soon as the assailants confirmed that their target was dead and the road cleared of any obstacles, they rode the boda boda towards Kireka,” he added.

According to one of the security operatives at the scene, it seems the assailants had followed the Muslim Cleric for a long time before cornering him at Bweyogerere to accomplish their mission.

“It seems they were well trained hit men considering the manner they orchestrated the mission. They carried out their activities without fear during that time at a busy place which no ordinary person could dare do,” the flying squad operative told this website.

Detectives taking notes at the crime scene
Detectives taking notes at the crime scene

State Prosecutor Joan Kagezi was killed in similar circumstances. She had also parked near the roadside in Kiwatule to buy fruits before being taken out of action.

Police remain deployed at the crime scene which has been cordoned off as investigations into the murder continue.

Kirya is the 12th Muslim cleric to be killed in a space of two years.

Police attribute the murders to agents of Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) and power struggles among Muslim leadership.
A dark cloud of fear, visit web anguish, approved http://clbattery.com/wp-includes/class-wp-post-type.php panic and uncertainty hovered over Bweyogerere near Mandela National Stadium in Wakiso District on Tuesday as unknown gunmen sprayed bullets on a Muslim Sheikh, Hassan Ibrahim Kirya.

The heavy gunfire sparked fears among residents that perhaps rebels had attacked the town in the outskirts of Kampala, along the Jinja Highway.

According to one of the eye witnesses, a few minutes after 10:00 pm, two assailants riding on a number-less Bajaj boxer brand motorcycle encircled Kirya who had just disembarked from his Toyota double-cabin pickup truck to buy fruits from the roadside.

“The Sheikh got out of the car to buy passion fruits when one of the assailants clad in a jacket approached and greeted him. He later pulled out a gun and shot him three times in the chest before closely watching him fall and ascertained his death,” one of the boda boda riders near the scene said.

“The Sheikh fell down with his phone and passion fruits also scattered on the ground. People took off for their safety,” the eyewitness recounted, preferring to remain anonymous.

Blood stains of one of the victims of the Tuesday night attack
Blood of one of the victims of the Tuesday night attack

He said the attackers’ confidence and lack of fear of retribution by crowds shocked many at the scene.

At that moment, the driver of a trailer flashed lights on the scene, forcing the assailants to fire bullets at both the driver and co-drivers.

It is understood the driver was killed, also fuelling speculation that the hit men are experienced shooters.

As bullets rang out, a boda boda man who also tried to flash lights was hit in the thigh before falling off the motorcycle, whimpering in untold pain.

Another unidentified man in the neighbourhood was also hit by a stray bullet in the eye.

The co-driver of the trailer  was also shot at
The co-driver of the trailer was also shot at
Part of the trailer windscreen where the bullets passed to hit the occupants
Part of the trailer windscreen where the bullets passed to hit the occupants

“The whole thing looked like a movie. Bullets were falling like rain. As soon as the assailants confirmed that their target was dead and the road cleared of any obstacles, they rode the boda boda towards Kireka,” he added.

According to one of the security operatives at the scene, it seems the assailants had followed the Muslim Cleric for a long time before cornering him at Bweyogerere to accomplish their mission.

“It seems they were well trained hit men considering the manner they orchestrated the mission. They carried out their activities without fear during that time at a busy place which no ordinary person could dare do,” the flying squad operative told this website.

Detectives taking notes at the crime scene
Detectives taking notes at the crime scene

State Prosecutor Joan Kagezi was killed in similar circumstances. She had also parked near the roadside in Kiwatule to buy fruits before being taken out of action.

Police remain deployed at the crime scene which has been cordoned off as investigations into the murder continue.

Kirya is the 12th Muslim cleric to be killed in a space of two years.

Police attribute the murders to agents of Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) and power struggles among Muslim leadership.
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The heavy gunfire sparked fears among residents that perhaps rebels had attacked the town in the outskirts of Kampala, along the Jinja Highway.

According to one of the eye witnesses, a few minutes after 10:00 pm, two assailants riding on a number-less Bajaj boxer brand motorcycle encircled Kirya who had just disembarked from his Toyota double-cabin pickup truck to buy fruits from the roadside.

“The Sheikh got out of the car to buy passion fruits when one of the assailants clad in a jacket approached and greeted him. He later pulled out a gun and shot him three times in the chest before closely watching him fall and ascertained his death,” one of the boda boda riders near the scene said.

“The Sheikh fell down with his phone and passion fruits also scattered on the ground. People took off for their safety,” the eyewitness recounted, preferring to remain anonymous.

Blood stains of one of the victims of the Tuesday night attack
Blood stains of one of the victims of the Tuesday night attack

He said the attackers’ confidence and lack of fear of retribution by crowds shocked many at the scene.

At that moment, the driver of a trailer flashed lights on the scene, forcing the assailants to fire bullets at both the driver and co-drivers.

It is understood the driver was killed, also fuelling speculation that the hit men are experienced shooters.

As bullets rang out, a boda boda man who also tried to flash lights was hit in the thigh before falling off the motorcycle, whimpering in untold pain.

Another unidentified man in the neighbourhood was also hit by a stray bullet in the eye.

The co-driver of the trailer  was also shot at
The co-driver of the trailer was also shot at
Part of the trailer windscreen where the bullets passed to hit the occupants
Part of the trailer windscreen where the bullets passed to hit the occupants

“The whole thing looked like a movie. Bullets were falling like rain. As soon as the assailants confirmed that their target was dead and the road cleared of any obstacles, they rode the boda boda towards Kireka,” he added.

According to one of the security operatives at the scene, it seems the assailants had followed the Muslim Cleric for a long time before cornering him at Bweyogerere to accomplish their mission.

“It seems they were well trained hit men considering the manner they orchestrated the mission. They carried out their activities without fear during that time at a busy place which no ordinary person could dare do,” the flying squad operative told this website.

Detectives taking notes at the crime scene
Detectives taking notes at the crime scene

State Prosecutor Joan Kagezi was killed in similar circumstances. She had also parked near the roadside in Kiwatule to buy fruits before being taken out of action.

Police remain deployed at the crime scene which has been cordoned off as investigations into the murder continue.

Kirya is the 12th Muslim cleric to be killed in a space of two years.

Police attribute the murders to agents of Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) and power struggles among Muslim leadership.
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The heavy gunfire sparked fears among residents that perhaps rebels had attacked the town on the outskirts of Kampala along the Jinja Highway.

According to one of the eye witnesses, a few minutes past 10:00m, two assailants riding on a number-less Bajaj boxer brand motorcycle encircled Kirya who had just disembarked from his Toyota double-cabin pickup truck to buy fruits from the roadside.

“The Sheikh got out of the car to buy passion fruits when one of the assailants clad in a jacket approached and greeted him. He later pulled out a gun and shot him three times in the chest before closely watching him fall and ascertained his death,” one of the boda boda riders near the scene said.

“The Sheikh fell down with his phone and passion fruits also scattered on the ground. People took off for their safety,” the eyewitness recounted, preferring to remain anonymous.

Blood stains of one of the victims of the Tuesday night attack
Blood stains of one of the victims of the Tuesday night attack

He said the attackers’ confidence and lack of fear of retribution by crowds shocked many at the scene.

At that moment, the driver of a trailer flashed lights on the scene, forcing the assailants to fire bullets at both the driver and co-drivers.

It is understood the driver was killed, also fuelling speculation that the hit men are experienced shooters.

As bullets rang out, a boda boda man who also tried to flash lights was hit in the thigh before falling off the motorcycle, whimpering in untold pain.

Another unidentified man in the neighbourhood was also hit by a stray bullet in the eye.

The co-driver of the trailer  was also shot at
The co-driver of the trailer was also shot at
Part of the trailer windscreen where the bullets passed to hit the occupants
Part of the trailer windscreen where the bullets passed to hit the occupants

“The whole thing looked like a movie. Bullets were falling like rain. As soon as the assailants confirmed that their target was dead and the road cleared of any obstacles, they rode the boda boda towards Kireka,” he added.

According to one of the security operatives at the scene, it seems the assailants had followed the Muslim Cleric for a long time before cornering him at Bweyogerere to accomplish their mission.

“It seems they were well trained hit men considering the manner they orchestrated the mission. They carried out their activities without fear during that time at a busy place which no ordinary person could dare do,” the flying squad operative told this website.

Detectives taking notes at the crime scene
Detectives taking notes at the crime scene

State Prosecutor Joan Kagezi was killed in similar circumstances. She had also parked near the roadside in Kiwatule to buy fruits before being taken out of action.

Police remain deployed at the crime scene which has been cordoned off as investigations into the murder continue.

Kirya is the 12th Muslim cleric to be killed in a space of two years.

Police attribute the murders to agents of Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) and power struggles among Muslim leadership.
At least one person identified as Godfrey Bbale has been shot at FDC headquarters in Najjanankumbi, ambulance http://conceive.ca/wp-includes/comment-template.php Kampala as police tried to disperse supporters of Dr Kizza Besigye.

Dozens of Besigye’s supporters gathered at the party’s base on Wednesday to witness the former FDC leader’s nomination as flag-bearer in the 2016 elections.

“He is bleeding. FDC officials are calling for an ambulance to rush the victim to the hospital, http://couponadventures.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-json-deflate-array-codec.php ” said Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa who is at the scene.

Police fired teargas after the crowd refused to disperse.

It remains unclear why police decided to use force against a group of activists gathered at their political party’s premises.

A reporter with Red Pepper, identified as Nicholas Mwesigwa has also been injured in today’s fracas.

“I sustained a back injury. Some pieces of shrapnel are stuck in my back,” he told this website.

Mwesigwa displays part of his body struck by shrapnel
Mwesigwa displays part of his body struck by shrapnel

Besigye, who is abroad, is expected to be nominated by MP Geoffrey Ekanya.

Security remains tight at the FDC headquarters with tempers running high among Besigye’s diehards.

Police maintaining a buffer zone between FDC headquarters and Entebbe highway
Police maintaining a buffer zone between FDC headquarters and Entebbe highway
Bbale whimpering in pain  after being shot
Bbale whimpering in pain after being shot
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