E.A Live News

AU Condemns Al Shabaab Attack on Amisom Base

AMISOM soldiers belonging to the Burundian contingent during the advance to Ragaele town in the Hiiraan region (AMISOM Photo)

Ministry of Education, more about http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/inc/widgets.php Science, Technology and Sports has tasked the Auditor General to undertake a forensic investigation into the alleged grabbing and mismanagement of land belonging to Educational institutions and sports facilities in the country.

Addressing journalists at the Media Centre in Kampala, the minister, Hon. Maj. Jessica Alupo informed that the Audit General will take on the task of identifying challenges in the management of land and make appropriate recommendations to address the same challenges.

Alupo observed that the investigation will cover schools and institutions identified by Ministry of Education and any other schools and institutions as the team may deem affected in the course of the audit.

Header advertisement

“It should be firmly noted that the purpose of this audit exercise is not to target individuals but is geared to ultimately protect land belonging to Education Institutions,” Alupo emphasized.

The minister revealed that the investigation will commence as soon as possible in 30 schools across the country which include;

Nabagereka Primary School

Kololo Secondary School

Nakasero Primary School

Bulera Core PTC

Bat Valley Primary School

Makerere University

Nakivubu Blue Primary School

East Kololo Primary School

Nakyekoledde Primary School

Kampala Secondary School

Buganda Road Primary School

Bwala Hill Primary School

NTC Mubende

Kabale SS

Sironko High School

Public School Jinja

Soroti University

Old Kampala SS

Kitebi SS

Namboole Mandela Stadium

Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium

DIT Headquarters

Kitante PRI

Kyambogo University

Gulu University

National Curriculum Development Centre

Kitante Hill School

City High School

Kiwanga UMEA Primary School

She added that the investigation will involve consultations with the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Uganda Land Commission, Buganda Land Board and other Ministries, Agencies and Departments as the investigating team may deem relevant.

The Special Representative of the Chairperson of the African Union Commission (SRCC) for Somalia, viagra dosage http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-includes/atomlib.php and Head of AMISOM, find Ambassador Maman Sidikou has condemned the attack on an AMISOM base in the town of Leego, viagra by Al Shabaab militants.

The terrorists carried out what is perceived as one of the most deadly raid in recent months, killing several soldiers.

Ambassador Sidikou regretted the losses recorded and registers his solidarity with the Government and people of Burundi whose AMISOM soldiers were affected in this attack.

“This attack will not dampen our resolve to continue to support the Somali Government and people until they are free from terrorism,” said Ambassador Sidikou.

He added that AMISOM would therefore continue with Joint Operations with Somalia National Army to liberate any other part of Somalia under Al Shabaab domination in order to pacify the entire country so that Somali people can go about their day-to-day lives and business.

The attack on Leego happened at dawn on Friday.


Header advertisement
To Top