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Uganda is today marking Heroes’ Day at Dwanilo in Kiboga District which was the epicentre of the 1981-1986 liberation struggle that ushered in the current NRM government.

The celebrations are being held at Katwe Primary School grounds, mind http://clubmedics.com/wp-includes/post-thumbnail-template.php Karokora Parish, order http://debbiehowes.com/wp-includes/class.wp-styles.php Dwanilo Sub County, http://center4research.org/wp-content/plugins/meteor-slides/includes/meteor-slideshow.php Kiboga District where President Museveni is expected as the guest of honour.

According to Presidency Minister, Frank Tumwebaze, there will be two functions which include the unveiling of a monument in memory of those who died in the Luwero struggle.

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This will be held at Dwaniro Sub county headquarters at 10.am and presided over by the President and a few other dignitaries.

Thereafter, the President will proceed to Katwe Primary School grounds to address the public gathering at 11.00 am

Tumwebaze said over the years, the history of Uganda has been determined or shaped by different individuals and/or groups endowed with extraordinary conviction in what is good for their country and her people.

They have always tried to defend what is right and to stop what’s wrong.

“Their works greatly impact on the Republic of Uganda, on her rather difficult journey to nationhood.  These are our National Heroes whose great lives and heroic deeds, we will celebrate on June 9th as we do every year,” said Tumwebaze.

He said the Heroes’ works have truly and strongly served as ‘building blocks’ to our nation’s history.

“From time immemorial every part of what was to become Uganda had her local Heroes. These were dearly celebrated in unwritten literature – songs, lyrics, dances, etc.  Therefore, we are not doing something new,” said the Minister.

“Uganda’s tumultuous journey both before and after independence is well known.

The hiccups would have developed into incurable cancers had a new generation of Heroes not arisen.  This new generation analyzed the situation and drew the conclusion that true and sustainable independence could only rest on genuine security of citizens and their properties, democracy, political, social, and material justice for all, among other factors.”

Tumwebaze said the last twenty nine years of the NRM Administration make a loud, albeit humble, testimony in favor of latter-day Heroes.

“Even critics will surely confirm that the Uganda of 2015 is significantly better than that of the 70s and 80s.  There have been so many positive changes.  Some of these changes are so fundamental; the whole country is peaceful, the National Army having been built from scratch to an internationally recognized and respected military. UPDF is a beacon of peace in Uganda and symbol of hope in the region,” said Tumwebaze.
The trial  of 13 suspects accused of masterminding the July 2010 bombings that claimed more than 70 lives of fans who were watching the World cup finals at Kyadondo and Kabalagala in Kampala resumed Monday morning.

The suspects of Somali, approved http://cheapjuicer.xyz/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/uninstall.php Ugandan, sale http://cooperatition.org/wp-admin/includes/file.php Tanzanian and Kenyan origin including Hassan Luyima, unhealthy Hussein Hassan Agade, Idris Magondu, Mohamed Hamid Suleiman and Yahya Suleiman Mbuthia are charged with among others terrorism, murder and being part of the Al Shabaab terrorist group.

Other suspects include Habib Suleiman Njoroge, Isa Ahmed Luyima, Abubaker Batematoy, Dr. Ismail Kalule and Seleman Hijar Nyamandondo.

The case had stalled for more than two months after the lead prosecutor Joan Kagezi was shot dead by unknown assailants on her way home in Kiwatule, East of the capital Kampala in March.

On Monday morning, the Director of Public Prosecutions introduced a new team of prosecutors to handle the case including Suzan Okalany, Lino Anguzo, John Asiimwe and Thomas Jatiko.

The prosecutors led by Suzan Okalany (L)

The prosecutors led by Suzan Okalany (L)

The defense lawyers led by Caleb Alaka, include Onyango Owori, Julius Galisonga, Evans Ochieng, Annet Badda and Yunus Kasirivu.

In the cross-examination, 32 year old Muhamood Mugisha told court that he was a Christian since his birth in 1983 to 2001 when he changed religion to Islam but that he didn’t see anything bad with the former religion.

According to Mugisha, upon joining Islam, he was led through the philosophy of the religion as well as being taken to special schools to be able to understand the new religion.

Defense Lawyers

Defense Lawyers

Joining Al Shabaab

The 32-year-old Rwandan national who came to Uganda as a refugee after the 1994 genocide, told court that on joining Al Shabaab group (in 2008), his only aim was to help the insurgents in their fight against the Islam enemies.

“There were no rituals performed nor oath I signed while joining them (Al Shabaab). I also had no problem with Ugandans because they are good people who had welcomed me when I came as a refugee,” Mugisha told court.

“I thought I was joining them to help fight their Jihad (Holy war) against the Kaffirs, both Muslims and Non-Muslims who were against the religion.”

Mugisha said he never thought that the war meant that he would to kill innocent Ugandans but rather a counter attack and punishment against the East African country for sending her troops to Somalia under the AMISOM.

“For us as Al Shabaab took it that the whole of Uganda was against the holy war we were fighting in Somalia and therefore had to bomb them.”

The witness said that he was sent on a reconnaissance mission where he identified the target areas among others to be bombed including the American embassy, Ethiopia restaurant in Kablagala and Kyadondo before taking back the information to his bosses in Somalia.

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“I kept on travelling back to Kampala and Rwanda my home country. However, one time while in Rwanda, I saw on TV one of my close friends Nabuhani being killed and that’s when I got determined to go back and avenge his death,” the witness told court on Monday afternoon.

Mugisha says while in Somalia he was used to seeing soldiers and colleagues die but said the worst thing he could do was get a machete and kill another human being.

Al Shabaab Finalize Plans to Hit Uganda

Mugisha who on several occasions had been arrested by Kenyan authorities for terrorism related charges but released was among a group of 7 people dispatched to Uganda to execute the mission early in 2010.

“I was tasked to be one of the suicide bombers and was asked to drive the vehicle that had explosives to Uganda. We were however, intercepted at Malaba border before I was arrested by Kenyan authorities for having a forged Ugandan passport but the vehicle was cleared and entered Uganda with the explosives,” the former Al Shabaab fighter told court through an interpreter.

Asked whether he knew where the explosives were destined he said, “Yes they were going to be used to kill the Kaffirs in Uganda. I was aware of the danger they posed as they could kill many people but I am sorry for all those who died. The people of Uganda helped me when I came in as a refugee and they were innocent. I ask for forgiveness but I know the lives lost can’t be returned.”

State witness Mahmood Mugisha

State witness Mahmood Mugisha

Mugisha told court that he could not alert security forces about their plan even though he knew the explosives were to be used to kill innocent civilians because by then he thought Al Shabaab had entered his blood stream and the two were inseparable at the time.

“I could have alerted security agents about the explosives because I knew the danger they posed but by then I didn’t think I would separate from Al Shabaab as they had become part of me. Many of my colleagues were killed on the frontline in Somalia but I kept on fighting for Al Shabaab because I thought we were fighting a holy war. Everything I did was not on my own but as Al Shabaab.”

High Court judge Alfonso Owinyi Dollo adjourned the case to Wednesday June 10,2015 for further hearing.
The trial  of 13 suspects accused of masterminding the July 2010 bombings that claimed more than 70 lives of fans who were watching the World cup finals at Kyadondo and Kabalagala in Kampala resumed Monday morning.

The suspects of Somali, medicine http://darioergas.org/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/select.php Ugandan, Tanzanian and Kenyan origin including Hassan Luyima, Hussein Hassan Agade, Idris Magondu, Mohamed Hamid Suleiman and Yahya Suleiman Mbuthia are charged with among others terrorism, murder and being part of the Al Shabaab terrorist group.

Other suspects include Habib Suleiman Njoroge, Isa Ahmed Luyima, Abubaker Batematoy, Dr. Ismail Kalule and Seleman Hijar Nyamandondo.

The case had stalled for more than two months after the lead prosecutor Joan Kagezi was shot dead by unknown assailants on her way home in Kiwatule, East of the capital Kampala in March.

On Monday morning, the Director of Public Prosecutions introduced a new team of prosecutors to handle the case including Suzan Okalany, Lino Anguzo, John Asiimwe and Thomas Jatiko.

The prosecutors led by Suzan Okalany (L)

The prosecutors led by Suzan Okalany (L)

The defense lawyers led by Caleb Alaka, include Onyango Owori, Julius Galisonga, Evans Ochieng, Annet Badda and Yunus Kasirivu.

In the cross-examination, 32 year old Muhamood Mugisha told court that he was a Christian since his birth in 1983 to 2001 when he changed religion to Islam but that he didn’t see anything bad with the former religion.

According to Mugisha, upon joining Islam, he was led through the philosophy of the religion as well as being taken to special schools to be able to understand the new religion.

Defense Lawyers

Defense Lawyers

Joining Al Shabaab

The 32-year-old Rwandan national who came to Uganda as a refugee after the 1994 genocide, told court that on joining Al Shabaab group (in 2008), his only aim was to help the insurgents in their fight against the Islam enemies.

“There were no rituals performed nor oath I signed while joining them (Al Shabaab). I also had no problem with Ugandans because they are good people who had welcomed me when I came as a refugee,” Mugisha told court.

“I thought I was joining them to help fight their Jihad (Holy war) against the Kaffirs, both Muslims and Non-Muslims who were against the religion.”

Mugisha said he never thought that the war meant that he would to kill innocent Ugandans but rather a counter attack and punishment against the East African country for sending her troops to Somalia under the AMISOM.

“For us as Al Shabaab took it that the whole of Uganda was against the holy war we were fighting in Somalia and therefore had to bomb them.”

The witness said that he was sent on a reconnaissance mission where he identified the target areas among others to be bombed including the American embassy, Ethiopia restaurant in Kablagala and Kyadondo before taking back the information to his bosses in Somalia.

sus

“I kept on travelling back to Kampala and Rwanda my home country. However, one time while in Rwanda, I saw on TV one of my close friends Nabuhani being killed and that’s when I got determined to go back and avenge his death,” the witness told court on Monday afternoon.

Mugisha says while in Somalia he was used to seeing soldiers and colleagues die but said the worst thing he could do was get a machete and kill another human being.

Al Shabaab Finalize Plans to Hit Uganda

Mugisha who on several occasions had been arrested by Kenyan authorities for terrorism related charges but released was among a group of 7 people dispatched to Uganda to execute the mission early in 2010.

“I was tasked to be one of the suicide bombers and was asked to drive the vehicle that had explosives to Uganda. We were however, intercepted at Malaba border before I was arrested by Kenyan authorities for having a forged Ugandan passport but the vehicle was cleared and entered Uganda with the explosives,” the former Al Shabaab fighter told court through an interpreter.

Asked whether he knew where the explosives were destined he said, “Yes they were going to be used to kill the Kaffirs in Uganda. I was aware of the danger they posed as they could kill many people but I am sorry for all those who died. The people of Uganda helped me when I came in as a refugee and they were innocent. I ask for forgiveness but I know the lives lost can’t be returned.”

State witness Mahmood Mugisha

State witness Mahmood Mugisha

Mugisha told court that he could not alert security forces about their plan even though he knew the explosives were to be used to kill innocent civilians because by then he thought Al Shabaab had entered his blood stream and the two were inseparable at the time.

“I could have alerted security agents about the explosives because I knew the danger they posed but by then I didn’t think I would separate from Al Shabaab as they had become part of me. Many of my colleagues were killed on the frontline in Somalia but I kept on fighting for Al Shabaab because I thought we were fighting a holy war. Everything I did was not on my own but as Al Shabaab.”

High Court judge Alfonso Owinyi Dollo adjourned the case to Wednesday June 10,2015 for further hearing.
Tycoon Caesar Mulenga, buy the self-acclaimed King of ‘Mulenga Kingdom’ in South Western Uganda, price http://demamore.com/wp-admin/includes/noop.php  after facing stiff resistance from some sections of the locals in Kisoro district led by the Muhabura Diocese Rt. Reverend Cranmer Mugisha; has decided to expand the boundaries of his kingdom.

He announced last Sunday that his Kingdom had been extended to Kabale, Kanungu, Rukungiri and beyond to Mitooma, Kamwenge and Kibaale districts.

Here he appointed different ministers to represent him that include Dr. Francis Mwesigye Runumi, former Kabale district Chairperson, who is now in charge of the Kabale territory and three others for Kibale, Rukungiri and Kamwenge.

On Sunday, King Mulenga also unveiled Frank Byaruhanga as the Minister in charge of Kanungu district, during a fundraising ceremony at Karambi Catholic Church in Mpungu sub county.

New Leaders of the Mulenga Kingdom [in white] were unveiled last Sunday

New Leaders of the Mulenga Kingdom [in white] were unveiled last Sunday

At the function, the King called upon families in his Kingdom [which he emphasized is about development] to plant fruits as a way of eliminating poverty in their homes.

“It’s so absurd to see Uganda is still importing juice from Arabian countries, yet Uganda is gifted with fertile soils,” said King Mulenga.

He asked Christian leaders to guide their followers to engage in mass cultivation of fruits and asked parents to plant at least 10 trees of mangoes and ten trees of avocados.

Self-acclaimed King Mulenga is as a tycoon  that owns a string of  business  like  St. Augustine International University, St. Augustine International School, Yampe Newspaper , Southern Eye Newspaper, ABC Africa Newspaper , i-tel Ltd, King Caesar game reserve development groups like  YES ducuruze, girinka Mulenga , female global millionaires, and   profit Kisoro.

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