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Police have launched investigations into the death of an Indian national in Tororo district. Over the weekend, drugs http://crememinceur.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-admin.php Ankrahai Dadi, http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-includes/class-wp-list-util.php 38, was found dead inside a room he had rented at Rock classic hotel in Tororo town.

His body, police says was recovered by the staff that had come to attend to him. According to the hotel management, the deceased had booked to stay for a week and had just spent two nights.

“Our police surgeon has pointed possible suicide, but we’re still working to ascertain the real cause of death,” said Fred Enanga the police publicist during the Monday weekly press briefing at police headquarters in Naguru.

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Enanga in a related incidence also reports that Jeremiah Opio, 23, a resident Tororo town allegedly committed suicide; a rope was found a round his neck, but neighbors say ever since the wife left him, he has been troubled.

His body has been taken to Tororo hospital for an autopsy.

 
The Police spokesperson Fred Enanga has revealed how a suspected   Al Shabaab militant who tried to carry out an attack similar to one on Garissa College, viagra order http://cehurd.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/publicize.php entered Busitema University in Eastern Uganda.

In an interview with ChimpReports, http://claps-sante.fr/wp-includes/plugin.php Enanga explained that the suspected terrorist wanted to lure a student only identified as Andrew Oyona to help the insurgents access the university.

“According to Oyona, a one Abdul Karim of Somali origin called him on Friday (April 10) before asking him to facilitate his sneaking into the university without the detection of the authorities.

In fact he promised to give him any amount of money that he wished if his plans had gone through,” Enanga explained.

The police publicist however noted that Oyona immediately alerted security operatives in the area who commenced investigations into the matter.

“It seems the boy was timid but it would be good if he had accepted and then alerted police in a bid to lay a trap and arrest the suspect,” Enanga urged.

”We are however tracking down the phone number that the suspect was using in a bid to identify and arrest him.”

Al Shabaab terrorists recently killed 147 students at Garissa University College in North Eastern Kenya.

The militants attacked the hostels in which the students were residing at 5:00am before slaughtering them in cold blood.

According to Enanga, operations meant to track all suspected terrorists are ongoing throughout the country. He further urged the citizens to always report any suspected terror related incident to authorities on top of being vigilant.

“We have divided our teams throughout the country in a bid to look for any suspected terrorist because we know they operate in such a way that they have one top leader but with other groups under him spread in many areas.”

“The teams are looking out for background information about the suspects so far arrested in a bid to get better leads that will lead to more arrests,” Enanga noted.
The Azam premier league enters the final third of matches on Tuesday with four fixtures.

Express FC’s last four results seem to be synonymous to their financial woes. The red eagles host Rwenshama in the back of a four match losing streak.

The Wankulukuku outfit was convincingly beaten by league debutants, click http://decksplushouston.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/admin.php Sadolin fc by 2-1 at home.

Rwenshama lost by three goals at Lugogo on Saturday but hope to keep up the display when they beat Vipers SC about a week ago.

Express stands 8th on the table with 28 points, viagra while Rwenshama is second last with only 18 games.

URA FC  vs Sadolin Paints FC; URA FC will have to deal with an on form Sadolin Paints side that has not lost any of their last four games winning three and drawing one.

The tax collectors have not lost any game at their own backyard but will be cautioned by the fact that the painters have won their last two away games against Express and KCCA FC.

Match of the day; Police FC vs KCC FC

Both teams come into the match in the back of big wins last Saturday. Police thrashed Kira young by four goals, with league top scorer, Umar Kasumba extending his goal tally to 13.

In, Lugogo, Coach Abdullah Mubiru proved his critics wrong by getting his second consecutive win without conceeding. KCC completed a 3-0 double win against Rwenshama; Ocaya Joseph, Baker Lukooya and William Wadri getting the goals.

Tom Masiko, Savio Kabugo, Francis Olaki and Ronnie Kisekka are still sidelined with injuries while skipper Sakka Mpima is expected to start his second game since January.

Police fc stands 5th with 34 points, a massive 15 points below leaders Vipers SC while KCCA FC is 3rd only five adrift the leaders.

In the last match of the day, depleted Entebbe FC will lock horns with SC Victoria. The hosts are bottom of the table raking a paltry 13 points. The visitors are the best team in the division for the last five games played winning four and losing only one.

URA FC vs Sadolin Paints FC

Express FC vs Rwenshama FC

Uganda Police vs KCCA FC

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