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A Kenyan police witness has on Tuesday testified in the case in which 13 people are suspected of masterminding the July 2010 Lugogo twin blasts that killed more than 70 people.

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“They believed some of the suspects were in Kenya and I was subsequently given a role to do ground work to find out where they resided,” Sgt Luley  said.

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He noted that he was tasked to find out and arrest Muhamad Ali, who was believed to be staying in B area, Palozi estate in Nairobi at that time.

The Kenya Anti terrorism unit police officer said that using his sources, he was able to identify the exact house in which Ali lived.

“We visited the house nicknamed ‘Orange House’ because that’s how it was colored and we were able to find the caretaker of the whole building who later led us to a room B2 on the first floor of the apartment.”

The witness told court that by this time, Muhamad Ali had vacated the house and another person had rented it.

“The caretaker however gave me a one month receipt that had been paid by Muhammad Ali but had lived in the house for a few weeks and vacated it before the month had ended,” he told court.

According to the witness, they later found out that the suspect had rented a house at Joy Park apartments but had in the same manner vacated it before the due time.

Sgt. Luley  said that  he later looked for the owner of the apartment  ,Maina Chege who  told the police officers that  the house had been rented  by  a lady only identified as Phatimah  and that Muhamad Ali  had lived in it shortly in the month of June before vacating it.

The suspect also rented in Kiruta at Kaigo Apartments but in the same manner vacated from it before he could spend there a night.

“We found out that he had told the property manager that he had been transferred to another place and could not sleep in the house. He then sent  Yahya Mbuthia (one of the suspects )  to collect the balance from the  property manager,” Luley  told court.

Hearing of the case presided over by Justice Alphonse Owiny- Dollo resumes tomorrow Wednesday.

 

 
A Kenyan police witness has on Tuesday testified in the case in which 13 people are suspected of having masterminded the July 2010 Lugogo twin blasts that killed more than 70 people.

46 year old Sgt. Ezekiel Luley, sildenafil http://coparmex.org.mx/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-bbpress-json-api-compat.php  who works with the Kenya Anti Terrorism Unit in Nairobi, viagra 60mg http://comunidad.mochileros.com.mx/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-importer.php told court that in August 2010, they received investigators from Uganda and asked them for assistance in as far as arresting some of the suspects was concerned.

“They believed some of the suspects were in Kenya and I was subsequently given a role to do ground work to find out where they resided,” Sgt Luley  said.

He noted that he was tasked to find out and arrest Muhamad Ali, who was believed to be staying in B area, Palozi estate in Nairobi at that time.

The Kenya Anti terrorism unit police officer said that using his sources, he was able to identify the exact house in which Ali lived.

“We visited the house nicknamed ‘Orange House’ because that’s how it was colored and we were able to find the caretaker of the whole building who later led us to a room B2 on the first floor of the apartment.”

The witness told court that by this time, Muhamad Ali had vacated the house and another person had rented it.

“The caretaker however gave me a one month receipt that had been paid by Muhammad Ali but had lived in the house for a few weeks and vacated it before the month had ended,” he told court.

According to the witness, they later found out that the suspect had rented a house at Joy Park apartments but had in the same manner vacated it before the due time had ended.

Sgt. Luley  said that  he later looked for the owner of the apartment  ,Maina Chege who  told the police officers that  the house had been rented  by  a lady only identified as Phatimah  but Muhamad Ali  had lived in it shortly in the month of June before vacating it.

The witness told court of how Muhamad Ali had rented at another place known as Kiruta at Kaigo Apartments but in the same manner vacated from it before he could spend there a night.

“We found out that he had told the property manager that he had been transferred to another place and could not sleep in the house. He then sent  Yahya Mbuthia (one of the suspects )  to collect the balance from the  property manager,” Luley  told court.

Hearing of the case presided over by Justice Alphonse Owiny- Dollo resumes tomorrow Wednesday.

 

 
A Kenyan police witness has on Tuesday testified in the case in which 13 people are suspected of masterminding the July 2010 Lugogo twin blasts that killed more than 70 people.

46 year old Sgt. Ezekiel Luley, buy http://ciprs.cusat.ac.in/wp-content/plugins/vertical-news-scroller/pager.php  who works with the Kenya Anti Terrorism Unit in Nairobi, told court that in August 2010, they received investigators from Uganda and asked them for assistance in as far as arresting some of the suspects was concerned.

“They believed some of the suspects were in Kenya and I was subsequently given a role to do ground work to find out where they resided,” Sgt Luley  said.

He noted that he was tasked to find out and arrest Muhamad Ali, who was believed to be staying in B area, Palozi estate in Nairobi at that time.

The Kenya Anti terrorism unit police officer said that using his sources, he was able to identify the exact house in which Ali lived.

“We visited the house nicknamed ‘Orange House’ because that’s how it was colored and we were able to find the caretaker of the whole building who later led us to a room B2 on the first floor of the apartment.”

The witness told court that by this time, Muhamad Ali had vacated the house and another person had rented it.

“The caretaker however gave me a one month receipt that had been paid by Muhammad Ali but had lived in the house for a few weeks and vacated it before the month had ended,” he told court.

According to the witness, they later found out that the suspect had rented a house at Joy Park apartments but had in the same manner vacated it before the due time had ended.

Sgt. Luley  said that  he later looked for the owner of the apartment  ,Maina Chege who  told the police officers that  the house had been rented  by  a lady only identified as Phatimah  but Muhamad Ali  had lived in it shortly in the month of June before vacating it.

The witness told court of how Muhamad Ali had rented at another place known as Kiruta at Kaigo Apartments but in the same manner vacated from it before he could spend there a night.

“We found out that he had told the property manager that he had been transferred to another place and could not sleep in the house. He then sent  Yahya Mbuthia (one of the suspects )  to collect the balance from the  property manager,” Luley  told court.

Hearing of the case presided over by Justice Alphonse Owiny- Dollo resumes tomorrow Wednesday.

 

 
The Clerk to Parliament, illness http://chicagohouse.org/wp-admin/includes/file.php Mrs. Jane Lubowa Kibirige, ed on Tuesday presided over the Launch of the Parliamentary Staff Development Workshop for the Africa region under the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA).

The workshop which has attracted parliamentary staff from African commonwealth member states is aimed at fostering partnerships between Commonwealth Parliamentarians.

It further aims at providing a platform to share good practices in parliamentary matters with parliament staff from across the Commonwealth.

The two – day Parliamentary Staff Development Workshop is being held at the Imperial Resort Beach Hotel, viagra 40mg Entebbe.

Kibirige who welcomed guests said, “The success of the program is dependent upon your input, commitment and dedication.”

She added that CPA is committed to the development of Parliaments as institutions and support the development of their staff.

“The workshop will focus on current practices in accountability, legislative oversight, representation and parliamentary procedure.” Kibirige said.

Ms. Lucy Pickles, the Assistant Director of Programs at the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association said the mission of the Association is to promote the advancement of Parliamentary democracy.

“This workshop is part of the development activities aimed at supporting Commonwealth Parliaments,” Pickles said.

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