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A team of about four officials reportedly from the United Nations have stormed Kiira Road police station where presidential hopeful John Patrick Amama Mbabazi was being held Thursday afternoon.

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Mbabazi was brought to the station from Jinja, http://clasharama.com/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php where he was arrested on his way to Mbale town, where he was set to hold his inaugural consultative meeting with his supporters.

At Kiira road, our reporter Pat Robert Larubi says security has been heighten with everyone being checked thoroughly before entering.

Journalists, both local and international have been denied entry and are standing along the road, he says. However, one of the junior police officers when pressed by the nosy journalists, revealed that there was no reason to panic adding that Mr Mbabazi was in a good condition.

“Actually no charges have been placed against him. He may be released soon,” he said.

Earleir, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga told media that Mbabazi has been placed under preventive arrest to protect him and would be released soon.

Some other dignitaries have also been sighted at the Police station mostly chorusing the need to have Mbabazi released immediately.

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Forum for Democratic change’s Hon Sarah Eperu who was also denied access to Mbabazi told reporters at the station that government was unnecessarily panicking about Mbabazi and in the course could cause tension.

Another senior citizen Benon Muwanguzi said Mbabazi like any Uganda ought to be allowed to exercise his freedom of addressing his supporters adding that he had committed no crime.

 
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The officials, visit this site http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-themes.php who briefly spoke to reporters outside the police station, try said they had come to check on Mr Mbabazi.

Mbabazi was brought to the station from Jinja, where he was arrested on his way to Mbale town, where he was set to hold his inaugural consultative meeting with his supporters.

At Kiira road, our reporter Pat Robert Larubi says security has been heighten with everyone being checked thoroughly before entering.

Journalists, both local and international have been denied entry and are standing along the road, he says. However, one of the junior police officers when pressed by the nosy journalists, revealed that there was no reason to panic adding that Mr Mbabazi was in a good condition.

“Actually no charges have been placed against him. He may be released soon,” he said.

Earleir, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga told media that Mbabazi has been placed under preventive arrest to protect him and would be released soon.

Some other dignitaries have also been sighted at the Police station mostly chorusing the need to have Mbabazi released immediately.

Forum for Democratic change’s Hon Sarah Eperu who was also denied access to Mbabazi told reporters at the station that government was unnecessarily panicking about Mbabazi and in the course could cause tension.

Another senior citizen Benon Muwanguzi said Mbabazi like any Uganda ought to be allowed to exercise his freedom of addressing his supporters adding that he had committed no crime.

 
A team of about four officials reportedly from the United Nations have stormed Kiira Road police station where presidential hopeful John Patrick Amama Mbabazi was being held Thursday afternoon.

The officials, story http://ccalliance.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-post-v1-1-endpoint.php who briefly spoke to reporters outside the police station, search said they had come to check on Mr Mbabazi.

Mbabazi was brought to the station from Jinja, where he was arrested on his way to Mbale town, where he was set to hold his inaugural consultative meeting with his supporters.

At Kiira road, our reporter Pat Robert Larubi says security has been heighten with everyone being checked thoroughly before entering.

Journalists, both local and international have been denied entry and are standing along the road, he says. However, one of the junior police officers when pressed by the nosy journalists, revealed that there was no reason to panic adding that Mr Mbabazi was in a good condition.

“Actually no charges have been placed against him. He may be released soon,” he said.

Earleir, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga told media that Mbabazi has been placed under preventive arrest to protect him and would be released soon.

Some other dignitaries have also been sighted at the Police station mostly chorusing the need to have Mbabazi released immediately.

Forum for Democratic change’s Hon Sarah Eperu who was also denied access to Mbabazi told reporters at the station that government was unnecessarily panicking about Mbabazi and in the course could cause tension.

Another senior citizen Benon Muwanguzi said Mbabazi like any Uganda ought to be allowed to exercise his freedom of addressing his supporters adding that he had committed no crime.

 
A team of about four officials reportedly from the United Nations Human Rights Commitee have stormed Kiira Road police station where presidential hopeful John Patrick Amama Mbabazi was being held Thursday afternoon.

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Mbabazi was brought to the station from Jinja, where he was arrested on his way to Mbale town, where he was set to hold his inaugural consultative meeting with his supporters.

At Kiira road, our reporter Pat Robert Larubi says security has been heighten with everyone being checked thoroughly before entering.

Journalists, both local and international have been denied entry and are standing along the road, he says. However, one of the junior police officers when pressed by the nosy journalists, revealed that there was no reason to panic adding that Mr Mbabazi was in a good condition.

“Actually no charges have been placed against him. He may be released soon,” he said.

Earleir, Police spokesperson Fred Enanga told media that Mbabazi has been placed under preventive arrest to protect him and would be released soon.

Some other dignitaries have also been sighted at the Police station mostly chorusing the need to have Mbabazi released immediately.

Forum for Democratic change’s Hon Sarah Eperu who was also denied access to Mbabazi told reporters at the station that government was unnecessarily panicking about Mbabazi and in the course could cause tension.

Another senior citizen Benon Muwanguzi said Mbabazi like any Uganda ought to be allowed to exercise his freedom of addressing his supporters adding that he had committed no crime.

 
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This she mentioned yesterday after completion of her two days study visit in Rwanda, more about http://chernichovsky.com/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/menu/admin-language-switcher.php a study she took with the aim of learning from Rwanda’s best practices as far as youth empowerment and development are concerned.

“Rwanda is one of the countries whose situation is similar to that in South Sudan. The country has gone through difficulties, approved gained experience and united to build their country,” Dr Nadia said.

During her study tour in Rwanda, Dr Nadia met with the country’s minister of Youth and ICT Jean Philbert Nsengimana. She also visited among others, the National youth council and Ministry of sports and culture.

While sharing ideas about their policies, Rwanda’s Jean Philbert Nsengimana revealed that the country created various programs related to youth empowerment and development. “We do joint planning and bring stakeholders together in order to achieve our goals,” he added.

Dr Nadia commended the leadership in Rwanda and said that South Sudan will implement similar policies to better their nation.

Both Ministers agreed that the collaboration between Rwanda’s Ministry of Youth & ICT as well as South Sudan’s Ministry of Youth, Culture and sports should be emphasized and extended to nation youth councils.
Despite the recent impressive international performances, prescription http://crankygenius.com/wp-includes/class-wp-ajax-response.php Uganda has dropped two places in the latest Fifa rankings.  The country has dropped 37 points from the 504 accumulated in the June release to 467. The country has however maintained the 19th position in the continent which is also the best in the region.

Algeria is the best ranked African team penetrating into the world’s top 20 by one place. Ivory Coast (21) and Ghana (25) come in closely while Tunisia (32) and Senegal (39) complete the top five places.

Argentina has leap leapfrogged Belgium and Germany to take the top spot in the world ranking for the first time in seven years following their impressive form that saw them loose 2015 Copa America to hosts Chile through penalty shootouts.

Important Facts:

  • Matches played in total – 213
  • Most matches played – Argentina, http://cinemalogue.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/layout.php Chile, http://cromatest.mx/media/widgetkit/widgets/map/layouts/item.php Mexico, Paraguay, Peru (seven
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  • Biggest move by points – Wales (up 226 points)
  • Biggest move by ranks – Belize (up 37 ranks)
  • Biggest drop by points – Germany (down 364 points)
  • Biggest drop by ranks – Central African Republic (down 29 ranks)

 

Uganda’s international matches in the last one month;
Sat 13/06/15  Uganda 2 – 0 Botswana
Sat 20/06/15  Tanzania 0 – 3 Uganda
Sat 04/07/15  Uganda 1 – 1 Tanzania
Mon 06/07/15  Malawi 1 – 0 Uganda

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