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AUPL: Police Pay Heavy Tax at Lugazi

The tax collectors have now leapfrogged the policemen to the third place

 

At least six people have been killed and several others sustained severe injuries in Bundibugyo post-election violence.

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The others are 14-year-old Sylvia Tuhaise; a Primary Seven pupil at Bugombwa Primary School; 12-year-old Lucy Kabasomi; 3-year-old Harriet and Lydia, 8, all of the same family.

Their mother Gorretti Nsonihyabo and her 4-year-old child were severely injured and admitted at Fort Portal Referral Hospital.

Rwenzori Region Police Commander Denis Namuwoza confirmed the incidents; adding over 10 houses in different places were burnt down on Friday night.

At least 14 suspects have been arrested in connection with the horrible incidents. The victims were slaughtered with machetes.

Namuwoza told ChimpReports that the clashes were sparked off by the declaration of the National Resistance Movement (NRM) party candidate Ronald Mutegeki as the winner of the hotly contested LCV chairmanship race against independent candidate Jolly Tibemanya.

It is alleged that Bundibugyo Returning Officer Dan Nayebale had by Thursday morning declared Jolly Tibemanya with 33,013 votes (50.1 percent) followed by Ronald Mutegeki – NRM flag bearer with 320,37 votes (49 percent) and Cornelius Bakecura trailing with 43 votes (0.67 percent).

Investigations indicate that later on Thursday evening; the returning officer reportedly altered the results and declared Mutegeki victorious at a time when Tibemanya’s supporters were already jubilating.

Namuwoza said “military and police personnel are heavily deployed in the area to beef up security.”

He pointed out that “some people have fled the area and camped at Bumadu church of Uganda, Bubukwanga and Kitara.”
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He is accompanied by Rev Augustine Magala of Namirembe Diocese and MP Apollo Katinti (Kyaddondo East).

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10:00am: A church leader has Sunday morning travelled to Kasangati, for sale Wakiso District to pick opposition ironman Dr Kizza Besigye for what has been described as “special prayers.”

Despite police putting in place two roadblocks along Gayaza road which leads to Besigye’s residence, Augustine Magala of Namirembe Diocese managed to arrive at the politician’s tightly-guarded home.

If the cleric manages to extract Besigye from his residence, it would be seen as victory for the opposition who have in recent days called for an end of what authorities describe as a ‘preventive house arrest.’

While police boss Gen Kale Kayihura maintains Besigye is allowed to meet all forms of visitors, his lawyers led by David Mpanga were denied access to the Kasangati residence on Saturday afternoon.

The lawyers are thought to be preparing a petition challenging the outcome of the February 18 presidential election in the Supreme Court.

Mpanga Tweeted Saturday evening: I will not be acting for Kizza Besigye in a petition when he is under such a handicap.”

He added: “I do not think that Besigye has had a fair opportunity to prepare for a petition. This is very unfortunate for him and for the country.”

The lawyer emphasised that, “An aggrieved candidate has 10 days to prepare and lodge a presidential election petition. This is a very short time. Time runs out on Tuesday.”
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He is accompanied by Rev Augustine Musiwufu of Namirembe Diocese.

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10:00am: A high ranking church leader has Sunday morning travelled to Kasangati, http://collegenotester.com/applications/dashboard/models/class.localemodel.php Wakiso District to pick opposition ironman Dr Kizza Besigye for what has been described as “special prayers.”

Despite police putting in place two roadblocks along Gayaza road which leads to Besigye’s residence, Augustine Musiwufu of Namirembe Diocese managed to arrive at the politician’s tightly-guarded home.

If the cleric manages to extract Besigye from his residence, it would be seen as victory for the opposition who have in recent days called for an end of what authorities describe as a ‘preventive house arrest.’

While police boss Gen Kale Kayihura maintains Besigye is allowed to meet all forms of visitors, his lawyers led by David Mpanga were denied access to the Kasangati residence on Saturday afternoon.

The lawyers are thought to be preparing a petition challenging the outcome of the February 18 presidential election in the Supreme Court.

Mpanga Tweeted Saturday evening: I will not be acting for Kizza Besigye in a petition when he is under such a handicap.”

He added: “I do not think that Besigye has had a fair opportunity to prepare for a petition. This is very unfortunate for him and for the country.”

The lawyer emphasised that, “An aggrieved candidate has 10 days to prepare and lodge a presidential election petition. This is a very short time. Time runs out on Tuesday.”
11:20: Dr Kizza Besigye leaves his Kasangati residence for prayers at All Saints Church, adiposity http://dcdal.org/components/com_k2/templates/profile.php Nakasero, viagra http://codapostproduction.com/wp/wp-includes/id3/module.tag.lyrics3.php Kampala.

He is accompanied by Rev Augustine Magala of Namirembe Diocese.

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10:00am: A church leader has Sunday morning travelled to Kasangati, Wakiso District to pick opposition ironman Dr Kizza Besigye for what has been described as “special prayers.”

Despite police putting in place two roadblocks along Gayaza road which leads to Besigye’s residence, Augustine Magala of Namirembe Diocese managed to arrive at the politician’s tightly-guarded home.

If the cleric manages to extract Besigye from his residence, it would be seen as victory for the opposition who have in recent days called for an end of what authorities describe as a ‘preventive house arrest.’

While police boss Gen Kale Kayihura maintains Besigye is allowed to meet all forms of visitors, his lawyers led by David Mpanga were denied access to the Kasangati residence on Saturday afternoon.

The lawyers are thought to be preparing a petition challenging the outcome of the February 18 presidential election in the Supreme Court.

Mpanga Tweeted Saturday evening: I will not be acting for Kizza Besigye in a petition when he is under such a handicap.”

He added: “I do not think that Besigye has had a fair opportunity to prepare for a petition. This is very unfortunate for him and for the country.”

The lawyer emphasised that, “An aggrieved candidate has 10 days to prepare and lodge a presidential election petition. This is a very short time. Time runs out on Tuesday.”
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He is accompanied by Rev Augustine Magala of Namirembe Diocese and MP Apollo Katinti (Kyaddondo East).

The convoy is being escorted by police.

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Despite police putting in place two roadblocks along Gayaza road which leads to Besigye’s residence, Augustine Magala of Namirembe Diocese managed to arrive at the politician’s tightly-guarded home.

If the cleric manages to extract Besigye from his residence, it would be seen as victory for the opposition who have in recent days called for an end of what authorities describe as a ‘preventive house arrest.’

While police boss Gen Kale Kayihura maintains Besigye is allowed to meet all forms of visitors, his lawyers led by David Mpanga were denied access to the Kasangati residence on Saturday afternoon.

The lawyers are thought to be preparing a petition challenging the outcome of the February 18 presidential election in the Supreme Court.

Mpanga Tweeted Saturday evening: I will not be acting for Kizza Besigye in a petition when he is under such a handicap.”

He added: “I do not think that Besigye has had a fair opportunity to prepare for a petition. This is very unfortunate for him and for the country.”

The lawyer emphasised that, “An aggrieved candidate has 10 days to prepare and lodge a presidential election petition. This is a very short time. Time runs out on Tuesday.”
Goals from Robert Ssentongo and second half substitute have given URA FC a 2-0 win over Police FC at the Mekhta stadium in Lugazi.

Ssentongo broke the deadlock in the 38th minute finishing off after a quick counter attack involving Kyeyune and Derrick Tekwo that passed through Nicholas Kagaba on the right wing who then sent a low cross for Sentongo to finish off.

Most of the first half was a test to both sides with successive counter attacks characterized by physical tackles culminating into a total of 25 fouls awarded to both sides.

Police came close to an equaliser but Umar Bulega’s effort died off after Savio Kabugo intercepted from behind but efforts from the bench alarming for a penalty were waved off by the centre referee.

Coach Kefa Kisala introduced Shafiq Kagimu for Derrick Tekwo in the 75th minute. The substitute added the second goal with three minutes remaining from a rebounder from Nkugwa’s failed shot.

The tax collectors have now leapfrogged the policemen to the third place. They play Bright Stars next while Timbe’s side face SC Victoria University.

URA Lineup: Sulait Luyima, erectile http://crosscourtathletics.org/wp-includes/default-constants.php Allan Munaaba, approved Savio Kabugo. Julius Ntambi, Oscar Agaba, Nicholas Kagaba, Jimmy Kulaba, Derrick Tekwo(75′ Shafiq Kagimu), Saidi Kyeyune, Robert Ssentongo. Yayo Lutimba(61′ Yayo Lutimba).

Police Lineup: Douglas Kisembo, Joseph Ssentume, Edward Nkumbe, Elias Lubambula, Sadat Kyambadde, Francis Kawooya, Godfrey Katerega, Rahmat Senfuka, Osman Mutumba, Umar Bulega (80′ Asabu Bakulumpagi), Lauben Kimera (73′ Peter Ssenyonjo).


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