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The Somalia National Army (SNA) supported by AMISOM peacekeepers has liberated the coastal town of Adale in the Middle Shebelle region after Al-Shabaab terrorists fled the town, unhealthy http://clintonhouse.com/wp-includes/class-requests.php Chimp Corps report.

The latest SNA and AMISOM joint advancement is part of the ongoing Operation Indian Ocean which started on September 1.

Uganda Contingent Public information officer, Maj Deo Akiiki, told Chimpreports on Saturday that the “operation which aimed at liberating more towns from the terrorist group Al-Shabaab, has increased the Somali government’s area of responsibility and control.”

AMISOM Acting Special Representative to Somalia-DSRCC Hon. Lydia Wanyoto- congratulated the Somalia national army and AMISOM peacekeepers for liberating Adale which is an important trading town in Middle Shabelle region located 220 km northeast of the capital Mogadishu.

“I’m pleased to hear that the SNA and AMISOM peacekeepers have liberated the town of Adale from the terrorist group Al-Shabaab. This is good news and a timely Eid-u-Adha present to the people of Adale and Somalia,” said Wanyoto.

“Al-Shabaab did not mount any resistance in Adale simply because they have lost support from the public in Adale who came out to welcome the forces together with the Somalia forces and to offer the forces water and milk and then officially gathered  at the center of the town to welcome the forces, she added.

The liberation of Adale brings to 6 the number of strategic towns liberated to date under the joint SNA and AMISOM Operation Indian Ocean which kicked off on September 1st.
It was a soothing and sensational Friday evening for Jazz enthusiasts who gathered to witness international R&B superstar Joe Thomas and celebrated guitarist Norman Brown perform live at the 7th edition of the Jazz Safari at Kampala Serena Hotel.

The crowd dominated by the city corporates was left convinced after Norman Brown took the microphone with his fingers to the guitar and literally started administering the expected classic cuisine for the ears and souls of those in attendance.

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The soul legend didn’t disappoint as he treated the crowd to a long and magical once in a lifetime experience singing his greatest hits as they sang along. The entire Conference Centre was practically moving.

A saxonist and guitarist preparing ground for Joe's heart-warming performance
A saxophonist and guitarist preparing ground for Joe’s heart-warming performance

Lovers were often spotted getting so lost in the moment singing and dancing to songs like If you lose her, Dilemma, If I was your man among others.

However, the crowd’s excitement reached boiling point when the 41 year old American R&B singer/songwriter and his live band unleashed his 2000 hit I wanna know.

It was indeed an evening of saxophone, drum and guitar wizardry and also value for money at the 7th edition of the classy series.

The crowd yearning for Joe's music
The crowd yearning for Joe’s music
Fans take to the floor to dance to Joe's hot tunes
Fans take to the floor to dance to Joe’s hot tunes
Joe sang his heart out for the partiers on Friday night
Joe sang his heart out for the partiers on Friday night
Excited ladies express their emotions during the concert
Excited ladies express their emotions during the concert
The joyful couple takes to the dance floor during the emotional concert
The joyful couple takes to the dance floor during the emotional concert
Girls dancing away the night at the show
Girls dancing away the night at the show
Fans singing along with Joe
Fans singing along with Joe
These guys couldn't keep their eyes off the stage
These guys couldn’t keep their eyes off the stage
Norman Brown also shined during the concert
Norman Brown also shined during the concert
A couple swinging wine at the show
A couple swinging wine at the show

All photos by Kenneth Kazibwe 
It was a soothing and sensational Friday evening for Jazz enthusiasts who gathered to witness international R&B superstar Joe Thomas and celebrated guitarist Norman Brown perform live at the 7th edition of the Jazz Safari at Kampala Serena Hotel.

The crowd dominated by the city corporates was left convinced after Norman Brown took the microphone with his fingers to the guitar and literally started administering the expected classic cuisine for the ears and souls of those in attendance.

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The soul legend didn’t disappoint as he treated the crowd to a long and magical once in a lifetime experience singing his greatest hits as they sang along. The entire Conference Centre was practically moving.

Lovers were often spotted getting so lost in the moment singing and dancing to songs like if you lose her, Dilemma, If I was your man among others. However, the crowd’s excitement reached boiling point when the 41 year old American R&B singer/songwriter and his live band unleashed his 2000 hit I wanna know.

It was indeed an evening of saxophone, drum and guitar wizardry and also value for money at the 7th Nile Gold Jazz Safari.
Regional leaders Uhuru Kenyatta, pharm http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-control.php Paul Kagame and Salva Kiir are next week expected in Uganda for the 7th Northern Corridor Integration Summit, visit this http://couponadventures.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp.php Chimp Corps report.

The Northern Corridor is the transport corridor linking the landlocked countries of Uganda, http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/uninstall.php Rwanda, South Sudan and Burundi to Kenya’s Maritime Port of Mombasa.

The transport corridor also serves Democratic Republic of Congo and Northern Tanzania.

Officials say the Northern Corridor Integration Projects initiative is designed to generate sustainable political will necessary to fast track the implementation of the projects identified.

The 1st Summit was held in Kampala in June 2013 and the Heads of State agreed to meet every two months to review progress made.

These meetings are hosted by Partner States on rotational basis.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary, Amb James Mugume said Uganda will be hosting the 7th Summit on October 8, 2014 at Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort.

There are 14 projects being coordinated under the Northern Corridor Integration Projects (NCIP). These include the standard Gauge Railway, ICT infrastructure, oil refinery development, fast tracking political federation, power generation, transmission and interconnectivity; crude oil pipeline development; refined petroleum products pipeline development; commodities exchange; human resource capacity building; issuance of East Africa tourist visa/use of national Identity/Voter/Student cards as travel documents and single customs territory.

Others are Defence Cooperation, Peace and Security Cooperation and Air Space Management.

Financing of these projects is jointly coordinated by Ministers of Finance of the Partner States.

In Kampala, officials are expected to discuss the progress of the Uganda standard gauge railway expected to connect Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and South Sudan.

President Kenyatta said the standard gauge railway is the largest project to be undertaken in the country in 50 years.

Kenya is working closely with Uganda and Rwanda to ensure the railway line extends to their countries and the project’s success is expected boost the ties between the neighbouring countries.

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir recently assured that his Government will join the railway development project, extending it to Juba.

Upon completion of the standard gauge railway, transport costs in the region will reduce by more than 60 per cent.

This in turn will spur expanded production and reduce the cost of goods and services. This dividend is the prize we seek for East Africa.

“This is the reason why we must view the substantial investment in the railway as a worthy investment to underpin the regional economic agenda. An economy only ever thrives on the foundation of proper infrastructure,” said Kenyatta.

In Uganda, the visiting regional leaders will also grace Uganda’s Independence Day Celebrations on October 9.

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