Crime & Investigation

Dr Lwanga: Greed Fueling Terrorism

Ssekandi (R) and Dr Lwanga at Lubaga Cathedral after the Easter Sunday prayers (Photos: Kenneth Kazibwe/ChimpReports)

Ugandan international Daniel Sserunkuma could be set for a shock return to Kenyan champions Gor Mahia.

The former Express FC striker who has a family in Kenya left Nairobi for Simba SC (Tanzania) in January earning a Shs78m million sign-on fee, this web find alongside a monthly stipend of Sh6, viagra 40mg 500, sildenafil 000 but has failed to replicate the form that made him a K’Ogalo favourite.

He joined the Vodacom Premier League giants ending a highly successful three-year stint in Kenyan football. It has emerged that Gor Mahia failed in a last gasp bid to retain the services of the dreadlocked striker.

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According to Tanzanian site, Mwanaspoti, Sserunkuma hinted at terminating his contract at the end of the season due to lack of playtime at the club that has seen him score three goals in as many appearances.

“When you are not getting selected of course there will be pressure,” a source close to Sserunkama tells ChimpReports.

Gor Mahia coach Frank Nuttall has already held talks over the possibility of resigning the striker and is optimistic it will go through as projected.
Kampala Archbishop Dr Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has decried the increased acts of terrorism and violence throughout the country and region at large which he said are as a result of lust for material gains.

“We should all preach against the terror acts and violence which have sprouted throughout the country and entire region. Take an example of the prosecutor who was recently killed, sick then the thugs who attacked a police station in Luwero. That’s not what God wants us to do, page ” Lwanga told believers during Easter prayers at Lubaga Cathedral.

“Most of them are doing this in order to accumulate material gain while others do it in the name of getting money which is wrong. God created us to live together harmoniously as we follow His commandments.”

According to Lwanga, healing man was created in God’s image which he said man should therefore live in by doing what the Almighty requires to be done.

“Our motto is for God and my country, so before being tempted into doing anything, first ask yourself whether what you intend to do benefits God or your country. Jesus resurrected today so that we live a happy life not the kind manifested with terror acts and violence,” Lwanga urged.

Ssekandi, MP Ken Lukyamuzi and Makerere Vice Chancellor Prof Ddumba-Ssentamu attended today's church service

Ssekandi, MP Ken Lukyamuzi and Makerere Vice Chancellor Prof Ddumba-Ssentamu attended today’s church service

Al Shabaab terrorists struck Garissa University College in Kenya on Thursday, killing at least 147 students.

The massacre was condemned by world leaders and Pope Francis.

In his message, Buganda premier Charles Peter Mayiga urged government to provide more resources and logistics to security agencies with the view of booting their ability to effectively fight criminals whom he said are on rampage throughout the country.

“It’s not the big numbers that we should have but a well equipped police and other security organs. It’s the same with the judiciary and in this we will be in position to fight criminals who are determined to take the country to the dogs,” Mayiga noted.

The choir at Lubaga singing and praising the Lord on Easter Sunday

The choir at Lubaga singing and praising the Lord on Easter Sunday

The Vice President Edward Ssekandi revealed that government is determined to fight and do away with any form of violence which he said disrupts peace in the country and region at large.

“Take an example of the attack at Garissa University by insurgents which led to the death of innocent students .We need to fight such barbaric acts in order for peace to prevail.”

On Monday, unknown assailants shot dead Senior State Prosecutor Joan Kagezi who was on her way home in Kiwatule, East of the capital Kampala.

The Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura has since warned of a similar attack on a school along the Kampala Jinja highway by Al Shabaab insurgents and urged institutions of learning to be more vigilant.


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