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Baby Death: Tumwebaze Blasts KCCA Negligence

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Renowned city comedian, page http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-post-counts-v1-1-endpoint.php Daniel Omara popularly known as Odoch has vowed to take on motor mouthed Kick boxer, prostate http://deborahmillercounselor.com/wp-includes/option.php Moses Golola in an eating challenge.

Speaking at the media launch for The ‘Silver Back Challenge’ at Great Burgers restaurant in kabalagala on Tuesday, http://cnet-training.com/wp-admin/includes/export.php Odoch said he needed a reputable opponent so that he shows the world what he is made of when it comes to eating.

Silver Back’, is a burger eating challenge that is aiming at raising funds for ‘CEVIC’, a school for the visually impaired.

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“Golola has always been spotted with huge chunks of food with the most recent being with a gigantic roasted whole chicken in the middle of Mabira Forest, I guess it was for fun but he can come and we battle it out for charity now,” Omara dared.

The silver back, which is one of the largest burgers in town, was created mainly to draw attention for the charity drive to support special needs children through the purchase of equipment and education materials for education of the visually impaired.

Odoch, who was the chief eater at the event, struggled to finish the burger in the set five minutes but failed to beat the limit. He then begged the referee for more time to finish off the heavy meal but to no avail.

“I am proud to be part of the move to help the less advantaged children in this country. They have unique stories, talents and challenges and it’s a blessing for us who can to help them procure a meaningful education,” he said.

The chief campaign coordinator, Daniel Engole, revealed that the experiences that the visually impaired children in the country went through was terrifying, “It’s upon this notion that we built partnerships to start the Center for the Visually Impaired Children (CEVIC) in Uganda to track a special campaign dubbed the “Let me see… Eat to donate.”

“The ‘Let me see… Eat to donate’ cause will be promoted mainly through social media with the hash tag #LetMeSee where people interested in the challenge can always come to Great Burgers and tussle it out every Friday to help reboot the lives of the visually impaired children in Uganda,” he added.

The chairman board of trustees, Center for the Visually Impaired Children (CEVIC), Bbosa Kizito expressed concern over the high cost of learning materials and facilities for special needs children in the country.

He applauded Great Burgers for their initiative and called it timely in the effort to help rebuild the lives of the less advantaged children in the country.

Bbosa urged parents with children living with visual impairment not to neglect or segregate them but find a better place like CEVIC where the children can be nurtured, trained and given hope for the future.

“I have three children but my first and last born have gone blind. Efforts to have them attend good schools like any other able children in the country were not a simple task,” Bbosa noted.

Omara being served with the huge meal

Omara being served with the huge meal

Here, Omara crashes the heavy burger

Here, Omara crashes the heavy burger

Man Vs Food

Man Vs Food

And Food wins: Omara failed to complete the challenge

And food wins: Omara failed to complete the challenge

Omara (R) with the challenge Officials

Omara (R) with the challenge Officials

 
Renowned city comedian, buy more about http://cs4all.nyc/wp-admin/includes/export.php Daniel Omara popularly known as Odoch has vowed to take on motor mouthed Kick boxer, order Moses Golola in an eating challenge.

Speaking at the media launch for The ‘Silver Back Challenge’ at Great Burgers restaurant in kabalagala on Tuesday, story Odoch said he needed a reputable opponent so that he shows the world what he is made of when it comes to eating.

Silver Back’, is a burger eating challenge that is aiming at raising funds for ‘CEVIC’, a school for the visually impaired.

“Golola has always been spotted with huge chunks of food with the most recent being with a gigantic roasted whole chicken in the middle of Mabira Forest, I guess it was for fun but he can come and we battle it out for charity now,” Omara dared.

The silver back, which is one of the largest burgers in town, was created mainly to draw attention for the charity drive to support special needs children through the purchase of equipment and education materials for education of the visually impaired.

Odoch, who was the chief eater at the event, struggled to finish the burger in the set five minutes but failed to beat the limit. He then begged the referee for more time to finish off the heavy meal but to no avail.

“I am proud to be part of the move to help the less advantaged children in this country. They have unique stories, talents and challenges and it’s a blessing for us who can to help them procure a meaningful education,” he said.

The chief campaign coordinator, Daniel Engole, revealed that the experiences that the visually impaired children in the country went through was terrifying, “It’s upon this notion that we built partnerships to start the Center for the Visually Impaired Children (CEVIC) in Uganda to track a special campaign dubbed the “Let me see… Eat to donate.”

“The ‘Let me see… Eat to donate’ cause will be promoted mainly through social media with the hash tag #LetMeSee where people interested in the challenge can always come to Great Burgers and tussle it out every Friday to help reboot the lives of the visually impaired children in Uganda,” he added.

The chairman board of trustees, Center for the Visually Impaired Children (CEVIC), Bbosa Kizito expressed concern over the high cost of learning materials and facilities for special needs children in the country.

He applauded Great Burgers for their initiative and called it timely in the effort to help rebuild the lives of the less advantaged children in the country.

Bbosa urged parents with children living with visual impairment not to neglect or segregate them but find a better place like CEVIC where the children can be nurtured, trained and given hope for the future.

“I have three children but my first and last born have gone blind. Efforts to have them attend good schools like any other able children in the country were not a simple task,” Bbosa noted.

Photos by Pat Robert Larubi

Omara being served with the huge meal

Omara being served with the huge meal

Here, Omara crashes the heavy burger

Here, Omara crashes the heavy burger

Man Vs Food

Man Vs Food

And Food wins: Omara failed to complete the challenge

And food wins: Omara failed to complete the challenge

Omara (R) with the challenge Officials

Omara (R) with the challenge officials

 
Kampala Minister, shop http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-822733af462bf160b95aa02395e4606d.php Frank Tumwebaze has blasted Kampala Capital City Authority for the incidence in which a toddler who had been taken to see her arrested mother at city hall was ran over by a car belonging to the authority today.

In a statement received by ChimpReports, http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-ixr-client.php the minister regretted the incidence and vowed that whoever had acted negligently was to face the law after Police finalized investigations.

Full Statement 

I have learnt with sadness about the death of a two-year-old toddler after it was run over by a vehicle belonging to Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA).

The preliminary briefing I have got from the management of KCCA is that; The mother of the child had been arrested and taken to CPS on the 17th of Nov for street vending contrary to the law and was later brought to City Hall Court.

That two relatives of the detained lady, http://ceris.ca/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-comment-endpoint.php that is; her mother and a girl came with her baby to see her at the court.

That In the course of their stay the baby strayed away and went down the slope and into the parking lot behind city hall which has mature foliage forming the gardens.

That a driver drove in and after dropping off staff reversed out of the parking and accidentally ran over the child, who just emerged from the foliage.

That KCCA rushed the child to Mulago but unfortunately passed away due to the injuries.

That, Police was immediately informed and further investigations are being carried out.

I wish to confirm that strong Action will be taken on whoever could have acted negligently depending on the police findings.

I have already asked the IGP and his team to fully investigate the matter with a view of apprehending anyone who could have acted negligently!

Law enforcement in the city is certainly necessary, and by arresting the mother of the child for violating the existing city law, KCCA law enforcement officials were doing their job. We encourage them to perform their duties but responsibly.

However, the death of the toddler is an act of negligence which I do not take lightly. The incident shows security laxity within KCCA. Whether the child had an attendant or not, the KCCA security should have the capacity to detect any movement within the court and its entire premises especially of a child reported to have moved away undetected from its minders.

I wish to most sincerely offer my heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and as well apologize on behalf of the city leadership. I demand away forward from KCCA management on how such incidents can be avoided in future.

I further direct the KCCA management to take action against whoever is culpable and or could have been negligent on their part and not to just explain away the issue as police expedites its investigations.

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