Heavily-armed Al Shabaab terrorists have launched a massive attack on an AMISOM base in Somalia, this site http://dayacounselling.on.ca/wp-includes/widgets.php leaving a trail of destruction of lives and property.
The AMISOM contingent led by UPDF forces confirmed the attack but quickly denounced reports that the assailants had seized the base.
“AMISOM can confirm that the base is still under AMISOM control,” the stabilisation force said in a brief statement on Tuesday
“Reports that the base has been taken over and our weapons captured are false.”
Al Shabaab have claimed responsibility for the attack which occurred today morning in Janale district, 80 kilometres (50 miles) southwest of Mogadishu in the Lower Shabelle region.
The militants said the act was in revenge for the AMISOM’s alleged killing of civilians in Merka in July.
AMISOM recently reprimanded its soldiers pinned in the civilian killings.
Donald Kaberuka stepped down after 10 years as President of the African Development Bank.
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Adesina is the 8th elected President of the African Development Bank Group.
He is a distinguished development economist and agricultural development expert with 25 years of international experience.
Adesina served as Nigeria’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development from 2011 to 2015.
Outgoing Kaberuka has over the years been praised for having presided over a major redirection in the Bank’s strategy for development and poverty reduction in Africa.
In his years of service, link http://clinicapetterson.com.br/wp-includes/date.php he focused on private sector and the importance of infrastructure development as well as its role in promoting regional integration on the continent.
Speaking to the Bank staff on his last day in office, Kaberuka said, “I was optimistic then, and I’m optimistic now. I leave the Bank as confident as ever about where Africa is heading. Presidents come and go, but the Bank stays. Africa needs a strong AfDB and we have an AfDB that gets stronger by the day.”
Police have Tuesday arrested three supporters of Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi in Mbarara Town.
Joseph Kiiza, more about http://cirnow.com.au/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-modules.php Bright Muhumuza and Benson Muntu Bakinyenza were intercepted by officers on police truck as they distributed posters and flyers bearing the photo of the presidential hopeful near Centenary Bank branch.
Acting District Police Commander, abortion Jaffar Magyezi told ChimpReports that “the motive of these people will be thoroughly investigated.”
He raised concerns that such an activity was held near the premises of the bank.
Police have previously warned Mbabazi’s supporters against what the law enforcement body describes as “premature electioneering”.
Magyezi said “acts of hooliganism disguised as political activities will not be tolerated in this town.”
He further urged the public to follow the laid down procedures of holding public processions.
Mbabazi was in July arrested as he was travelling to Mbale for a consultative meeting which police said was illegal.
“But this obstruction is not the only unlawful thing that has taken place. The arrests, torture and in some cases near week-long disappearances of my supporters, as well as the arrest of Dr. Kizza Besigye, are an obscene violation of the basic human rights guaranteed by our Constitution,” said Mbabazi.
“The arrest of my daughter, as well as my own, was simply illegitimate and only served to illuminate the lawless forces at work in this nation; the lawless forces whose intentions we, united and strong, will defeat.”
Eyewitnesses said all the posters distributed by Mbabazi’s supporters in Mbarara were confiscated by police.
Mbabazi recently picked nomination forms to stand for president on an independent ticket in the 2016 elections.