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Afcon 2017: Botswana Zebras Defeat Burkinabe to Give Cranes early Group D Lead

Joel Mogorosi of Botswana

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He further imitated Gen Salim Saleh and called Rebecca Garang, the then South Sudan presidential advisor and widow of Col John Garang whom he asked for $100,000 to support a needy student.

He was apprehended but later released on bail.

Police later arrested a notorious city conman Humphrey Rugambanengwe in cases of uttering false documents and extortion.

As the country prepares for the 2016 elections, another form of extortion has cropped up with conmen targeting chief executives and political leaders.

Smart men including a top lawyer with access to information in government bodies usually obtain leaks which are widely exaggerated to intimidate government officials for money or risk being exposed on social media platforms and even the mainstream media.

ChimpReports understands that these leaks are usually aimed at discrediting officials in positions of responsibility before money is extracted from them.

Some of the casualties of whistleblower’s reports include NSSF MD Richard Byarugaba and UCC boss Godfrey Mutabazi.

A disgruntled official in the NSSF’s procurement department raised a series of allegations of corruption and fraud against Byarugaba which the Inspector of General Government Irene Mulyagonja later dismissed as untrue after an investigation.

A top city lawyer alleged to authorities tasked with investigating financial crimes that UCC had inflated the cost of the monitoring system yet the procurement exercise was yet to begin.

It later emerged that the lawyer was being used to blackmail top UCC executives.

The oil bribery whistle-blower’s report tabled in Parliament a few years ago touched off a political firestorm with several ministers temporarily stepping aside.

The documents were found to be forged after a long investigation by Police boss, Gen Kale Kayihura.

According to Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, “what is important is for public officials to conduct themselves in a manner that does not raise suspicion.”

He further told ChimpReports on Sunday that “there are some crafty people who will put you in a position of blackmail or compromising situation. They will quickly turn around if their objective is not met.”

According to police records several top Ugandan chief executives have fallen victim to extortionists in Uganda.

Enanga says the public needs to be sensitised on how government operates in regard to transactions.

He expressed shock on allegations that Gen Kayihura shared billions of shillings from the national treasury meant for procurement of security gadgets.

“Really, nobody can be as amateurish to divide money estimated in billions in office. People need to know how government transacts its business.”

Vigilance 

The Deputy Police spokesperson Polly Namaye calls for vigilance among top government officials and general public to avoid extortionists.

“The affected people should report such cases of fraud early enough for us to make a timely response.”

She also encourages research and verification of documents, saying, “Today even marriage certificates and HIV results can be forged.”

According to the police crime report for the year 2014, 9609 cases of economic crimes were reported compared to 12,180 cases in 2014 over the same period.

475 cases of forgeries and uttering of false documents were recorded in 2014- July 2015.

7,568 cases of obtaining money by false pretence were equally documented in the same period.

Police blamed the rise in these cases and others to the involvement of some security officers in criminal activities; insufficient investigations; limited knowledge and skills to handle cases; inadequate facilitation and limited manpower and Limited coordination among key stakeholders.
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He was apprehended but later released on bail.

Police later arrested a notorious city conman Humphrey Rugambanengwe in cases of uttering false documents and extortion.

As the country prepares for the 2016 elections, another form of extortion has cropped up with conmen targeting chief executives and political leaders.

Smart men including a top lawyer with access to information in government bodies usually obtain leaks which are widely exaggerated to intimidate government officials for money or risk being exposed on social media platforms and even the mainstream media.

ChimpReports understands that these leaks are usually aimed at discrediting officials in positions of responsibility before money is extracted from them.

Some of the casualties of whistleblower’s reports include NSSF MD Richard Byarugaba and UCC boss Godfrey Mutabazi.

A disgruntled official in the NSSF’s procurement department raised a series of allegations of corruption and fraud against Byarugaba which the Inspector of General Government Irene Mulyagonja later dismissed as untrue after an investigation.

This delayed the appointment of the fund’s MD, costing the taxpayer over Shs 500m.

A top city lawyer alleged to authorities tasked with investigating financial crimes that UCC had inflated the cost of the monitoring system yet the procurement exercise was yet to begin.

It later emerged that the lawyer was being used to blackmail top UCC executives.

The oil bribery whistle-blower’s report tabled in Parliament a few years ago touched off a political firestorm with several ministers temporarily stepping aside.

The documents were found to be forged after a long investigation by Police boss, Gen Kale Kayihura.

According to Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, “what is important is for public officials to conduct themselves in a manner that does not raise suspicion.”

He further told ChimpReports on Sunday that “there are some crafty people who will put you in a position of blackmail or compromising situation. They will quickly turn around if their objective is not met.”

According to police records several top Ugandan chief executives have fallen victim to extortionists in Uganda.

Enanga says the public needs to be sensitised on how government operates in regard to transactions.

He expressed shock on allegations that Gen Kayihura shared billions of shillings from the national treasury meant for procurement of security gadgets.

“Really, nobody can be as amateurish to divide money estimated in billions in office. People need to know how government transacts its business.”

Vigilance 

The Deputy Police spokesperson Polly Namaye calls for vigilance among top government officials and general public to avoid extortionists.

“The affected people should report such cases of fraud early enough for us to make a timely response.”

She also encourages research and verification of documents, saying, “Today even marriage certificates and HIV results can be forged.”

According to the police crime report for the year 2014, 9609 cases of economic crimes were reported compared to 12,180 cases in 2014 over the same period.

475 cases of forgeries and uttering of false documents were recorded in 2014- July 2015.

7,568 cases of obtaining money by false pretence were equally documented in the same period.

Police blamed the rise in these cases and others to the involvement of some security officers in criminal activities; insufficient investigations; limited knowledge and skills to handle cases; inadequate facilitation and limited manpower and Limited coordination among key stakeholders.
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Mugarura was so smart that for three years, his crimes were undetected.

He further imitated Gen Salim Saleh and called Rebecca Garang, the then South Sudan presidential advisor and widow of Col John Garang whom he asked for $100,000 to support a needy student.

He was apprehended but later released on bail.

Police later arrested a notorious city conman Humphrey Rugambanengwe in cases of uttering false documents and extortion.

As the country prepares for the 2016 elections, another form of extortion has cropped up with conmen targeting chief executives and political leaders.

Smart men including a top lawyer with access to information in government bodies usually obtain leaks which are widely exaggerated to intimidate government officials for money or risk being exposed on social media platforms and even the mainstream media.

ChimpReports understands that these leaks are usually aimed at discrediting officials in positions of responsibility before money is extracted from them.

Some of the casualties of whistleblower’s reports include NSSF MD Richard Byarugaba and UCC boss Godfrey Mutabazi.

A disgruntled official in the NSSF’s procurement department raised a series of allegations of corruption and fraud against Byarugaba which the Inspector of General Government Irene Mulyagonja later dismissed as untrue after an investigation.

This delayed the appointment of the fund’s MD, costing the taxpayer over Shs 500m.

A top city lawyer alleged to authorities tasked with investigating financial crimes that UCC had inflated the cost of the monitoring system.

It was later discovered that the procurement exercise was yet to begin.

It later emerged that the lawyer was being used to blackmail top UCC executives.

The oil bribery whistle-blower’s report tabled in Parliament a few years ago touched off a political firestorm with several ministers temporarily stepping aside.

The documents were found to be forged after a long investigation by Police boss, Gen Kale Kayihura.

According to Police spokesperson Fred Enanga, “what is important is for public officials to conduct themselves in a manner that does not raise suspicion.”

He further told ChimpReports on Sunday that “there are some crafty people who will put you in a position of blackmail or compromising situation. They will quickly turn around if their objective is not met.”

According to police records several top Ugandan chief executives have fallen victim to extortionists in Uganda.

Enanga says the public needs to be sensitised on how government operates in regard to transactions.

He expressed shock on allegations that Gen Kayihura shared billions of shillings from the national treasury meant for procurement of security gadgets.

“Really, nobody can be as amateurish to divide money estimated in billions in office. People need to know how government transacts its business.”

Vigilance 

The Deputy Police spokesperson Polly Namaye calls for vigilance among top government officials and general public to avoid extortionists.

“The affected people should report such cases of fraud early enough for us to make a timely response.”

She also encourages research and verification of documents, saying, “Today even marriage certificates and HIV results can be forged.”

According to the police crime report for the year 2014, 9609 cases of economic crimes were reported compared to 12,180 cases in 2014 over the same period.

475 cases of forgeries and uttering of false documents were recorded in 2014- July 2015.

7,568 cases of obtaining money by false pretence were equally documented in the same period.

Police blamed the rise in these cases and others to the involvement of some security officers in criminal activities; insufficient investigations; limited knowledge and skills to handle cases; inadequate facilitation and limited manpower and Limited coordination among key stakeholders.
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The IGP also directed that the concerned units and departments should organize for the handover/takeover of the respective offices.

IGP’s Letter

FM:   IGP 

TO:   D/HRA 

INF:  DIGP

          ALL DIRECTORS

          ALL HEADS OF DEPARTMENT

          ALL UNITS

 

DATE:         4/9/15 

SUB: TRANSFERS/APPOINTMENTS GAZETTED OFFICERS (.)

I HAVE MADE THE FOLLOWING TRANSFERS/APPOINTMENTS

 

ACP WABWIRE OLIVIA FROM KIGEZI REGION TO DIRECTORATE OF FIRE AS DEPUTY DIRECTOR, generic http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/protect.php FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICES.

ACP MUBANGIZI BEN FROM SEZIBWA TO KIGEZI AS RPC.

ACP NAMUTEBI HADIJJA FROM KATONGA TO DIRECTORATE OF COMMUNITY POLICING AS Ag.CP DEPT OF COMMUNITY POLICING, POLITICAL COMMISSARIAT. HER IMMEDIATE TASK IS TO; FAST TRACK, THE APPOINTMENT OF POLICE CRIME PREVENTION OFFICERS, AT DISTRICT AND SUBCOUNTY LEVELS AND OVERSEE THE COMMAND AND MANAGENT OF CRIME PREVENTERS COUNTRYWIDE.

ACP ACHAYE PHILIP REMAINS AS RPC EAST KYOGA.

ACP BANGIRANA JAMES FROM KIDEPO TO CID TRAINING DEPT.

ACP ARUKU MARUKU FROM NORTH KYOGA TO MOROTO AS RPC.ACP KAFERO MOSES TAMALE FROM BUSOGA NORTH TO DIRECTORATE OF HRD PENDING INTERMEDIATE COMMAND COURSE.

ACP KWANYA WILSON REMAINS AS RPC ASWA REGION.

ACP SEGIRINYA FREDRICK FROM WEST NILE TO DIRECTORATE OF HRD PENDING INTERMEDIATE COMMAND COURSE.

ACP SSEBAMBULIDE CHARLES FROM ALBERTINE TO DIRECTORATE OF HRD PENDING INTERMEDIATE COMMAND COURSE.

ACP KULAYIGYE HILARY REMAINS AS RPC RWIZI

ACP NKORE PAUL FROM GREATER BUSHENYI TO DIRECTORATE OF HRD PENDING INTERMEDIATE COMMAND COURSE.

ACP OGWAL MAXWELL REMAINS AS RPC GREATER MASAKA.

ACP OKOT OBWONA FROM MOROTO TO NORTH KYOGA AS RPC.

SSP RUHWEZA JAMES FROM SIIPI TO ELGON AS RPC.

SSP OPOLOT  JACOB FROM ELGON TO FFU AS DEPUTY COMMANDANT

SSP BYARUHANGA DAN FROM NORTH WEST NILE TO DIRECTORATE OF HRD PENDING INTERMEDIATE COMMAND COURSE.

SSP BAKALEKE SIRAJI FROM KMP SOUTH TO KMP EAST.

SSP KAKONGE PETER FROM MALABA TO FFU AS OPERATIONS COMMANDER

SP CHEMUSTO FRANCIS FROM KABALAGALA TO KMP SOUTH AS RPC

SP NYABONGO EDGAR REMAINS KIIRA REGION AS RPC

SP KAKAMBA PAUL FROM BUIKWE TO BUSOGA NORTH AS RPC

SP CHEMONGES ASHRAF REMAINS  BUSOGA EAST AS RPC

SP NGANIZI WISELEY REMAINS KMP NORTH AS RPC

SP ABINE ENOCK REMAINS WAMALA AS RPC

SP NAMUWOZA DENIS REMAINS RWENZORI REGION AS RPC

SP KAGWA ANDERW FROM KMP EAST TO MALABA AS RPC

SP SAIGA IBRAHIM FROM KATWE TO WEST NILE AS RPC

SP TWISHIME GERALD FROM MBALE TO SIIPI AS RPC

SP KATEBA APOLLO FROM JINJA TO ALBERTINE AS RP

SP OTONG IGNATIUS FROM IBANDA TO NORTH WEST NILE AS RPC

SP BETONGYEZA FULUGENSIO FROM KAMULI TO KATONGA AS RPC

SP ANGOMKO EMILY FROM LUUKA TO DIRECTORATE OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS/AMISOM.

SP MUSANA SABILA FROM CPS KLA TO GREATER BUSHENYI AS RPC.

SP NKULEGA PETER FROM KIIRA DIV TO KIDEPO AS RPC.

SP TUSINGWIRE JULIUS FROM ADJUMANI TO SAVANA AS RPC

SP  OBURA DEO FROM AMURIA TO SEZIBWA AS RPC

(Signed)

GEN KALE KAYIHURA

INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE
Botswana Zebras have pulled a shock 1-0 win against West African giants Burkina Faso to gift the Southern Africans the first 2017 Africa cup of nations group D win.

Cranes captain G. Massa’s fellow attacker at Bloemfontein Celtics, rx http://demo.des.net.id/wp-includes/formatting.php   Joel Mogorosi scored the lone goal five minutes into the second half.

The win means that Cranes extend a three-point gap to lead the group with six points ahead of Burkina Faso’s away game due in March 2016. The Cranes earlier on defeated Comoros by a solitary goal.

Full group D results;

Comoros 0-1 Uganda/ 22′ Tony Mawejje

Botswana 1-0 Burkina Faso 50′ Joel Mogorosi

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