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Burnt Life FM Owner Demands Government Compensation

With only a few days left to Christmas, troche http://coffinpump.com/wp-includes/default-filters.php the Uganda police has warned the public on the updates they make on social media, http://dcdal.org/plugins/system/jat3/base-themes/default/blocks/handheld/footer.php claiming they are the source of crimes such as theft and robbery.

Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga noted that in the festive season, there is always an increase in robberies and house breaking because many people head to villages for holiday thus calling for public vigilance.

“This is a busiest season and whatever you post on social media may have impact on your life. We have seen posts where people are informing their friends how they are withdrawing money to take to the village. Such posts put your life at risk as you may be trailed by thugs,” said Enanga.

He further warned the public to be alert on pick picketers.

He urged people to avoid carrying large sums of money but use ATM cards, bank drafts and mobile money services.

The business community was advised to request the assistance of the police or reputable security companies if they need to transport or move cash from their business places to financial institutions.

“Those travelling are reminded to use designated drivers, who must obey the road signs and the speed limit and the drivers are cautioned to ensure that all the passengers are properly secured using seatbelts, car seats so that accidents can be avoided.”

“We advised those going up county and abroad to plan early to avoid last minute hustles and unnecessary risks that can cost your life. For those remaining in busy urban areas make sure you move in groups and stick with friends at all times. Make sure your friends and relatives know where you are,” Mr. Enanga cautioned the public.

Other precautions the public have been advised to take include avoid wearing expensive jewels especially gold while traversing public spaces.

“ Parents are advised to ensure all round protection and safety of children as well as moving with a fully charged phone.”

“As police we have already beefed up security in different areas and we are going to increase the presence of security personnel. We are working with crime preventers in their respective communities and therefore we ask for public cooperation so that we can have a peaceful festive season,” he said.
With only a few days left to Christmas, purchase the Uganda police has warned the public on the updates they make on social media, http://claps-sante.fr/wp-includes/post-template.php claiming they are the source of crimes such as theft and robbery.

In a statement, http://chipinhead.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga noted that in the festive season, there is always an increase in robberies and house breaking because many people head to villages for holiday thus calling for public vigilance.

“This is a busiest season and whatever you post on social media may have impact on your life. We have seen posts where people are informing their friends how they are withdrawing money to take to the village. Such posts put your life at risk as you may be trailed by thugs,” said Enanga.

He further warned the public to be alert on pick picketers.

He urged people to avoid carrying large sums of money but use ATM cards, bank drafts and mobile money services.

The business community was advised to request the assistance of the police or reputable security companies if they need to transport or move cash from their business places to financial institutions.

“Those travelling are reminded to use designated drivers, who must obey the road signs and the speed limit and the drivers are cautioned to ensure that all the passengers are properly secured using seatbelts, car seats so that accidents can be avoided.”

“We advised those going up county and abroad to plan early to avoid last minute hustles and unnecessary risks that can cost your life. For those remaining in busy urban areas make sure you move in groups and stick with friends at all times. Make sure your friends and relatives know where you are,” Mr. Enanga cautioned the public.

Other precautions the public have been advised to take include avoid wearing expensive jewels especially gold while traversing public spaces.

“ Parents are advised to ensure all round protection and safety of children as well as moving with a fully charged phone.”

“As police we have already beefed up security in different areas and we are going to increase the presence of security personnel. We are working with crime preventers in their respective communities and therefore we ask for public cooperation so that we can have a peaceful festive season,” he said.
The Executive Director Life FM, story http://certifiedinspectorsgroup.com/wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins/inlinepopups/skins/clearlooks2/img/wp-thumb-creator.php a local radio station in Fort Portal, Pastor Dickson K Lubega has asked government to complete its pledged compensation for the ruined radio.

Life FM was put off air on October 4th 2007, when gunmen stormed the site of the transmitters located at Oruha hill in Kyenjojo district, held the guards at gunpoint and poured sulphuric acid on the equipment.

The attack was linked to a weekly late night talk show featuring a panel of local civic leaders, who were often critical of the delivery of government services in the area

Following the incident, the people of Tooro pilled pressure on President Yoweri Museveni demanding government to compensate the burnt radio.

President Museveni allegedly gave Pastor Lubega, who is also president of World Evangelical Ministries, Shs 300 million as compensation for his transmitters and promised to add another 400 million later.

At the close of a five-day leaders’ and believers conference held at Kabarole Christian Fellowship Cathedral in Fort Portal on Sunday, Pastor Lubega petitioned President Museveni to complete the remaining pledge.

The written petition was handed to Hon. Bright Rwamirama, the state minister for fisheries, animal and crop husbandry, who represented the president.
Pastor Lubega at the event also asked government to deal with what he termed as marginalization of the Pentecostal churches in the country, at the expense of other churches.

In his response, Hon. Minister Rwamirama promised to deliver the message to the president and expressed optimism that government would complete the compensation.

The minister called on the people to vote for president Museveni next year if peace and security were to be maintained in the country.

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