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The Somali government has ordered local and international media to stop referring to the Somali militant group as ‘Alshabab’.

Use of the name Al-Shabaab (which means Youth Movement) to refer to murderers, pharm http://celstec.biz/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/lang/words-de_de.php government says paints a wrong name to the many youths with good intentions in Somalia.

The media has been ordered to instead adopt the new name ‘Ugus’ which means ‘The group that kills its own people’. Journalist that won’t obey this will be punished.

Gen. Abdirahim Mohamud Turyarre who is head of Somalia’s Intelligence and Security Services told journalists that Al-Shabaab is a good name which doesn’t deserve the filth it is being tainted with.

The Al Qaeda linked Jihadist group has however in response expressed its dissatisfaction with the name Ugus and threatens to deal with whoever uses it in reference to them.

Part of the media within Somalia especially the government owned Radio Mogadishu and SNTV have been using the new name Ugus for some time. It’s still uncertain as to whether international media will drop the old name though.

This leaves the journalists in Somalia in an intricate position of either being penalized by government or abiding and putting their lives at risk. Somalia remains the most dangerous country for the press to carry out their work on the African continent. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) ranked Somalia at position 176 out of the 180 countries it surveyed for its 2014 Press Freedom Index.

According to Committee to Protect Journalist 56 journalists have been killed in Somalia since the Civil War broke out in 1992.

Al-Shabaab has been fighting for control with government in the horn of Africa since Sheikh Sharrif Ahmed’s tenure in 2009.
The Somali government has ordered local and international media to stop referring to the Somali militant group as ‘Alshabab’.

Use of the name Al-Shabaab (which means Youth Movement) to refer to murderers, viagra order http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-includes/functions.wp-styles.php government says paints a wrong name to the many youths with good intentions in Somalia.

The media has been ordered to instead adopt the new name ‘Ugus’ which means ‘The group that kills its own people’. Journalist that won’t obey this will be punished.

Gen. Abdirahim Mohamud Turyarre who is head of Somalia’s Intelligence and Security Services told journalists that Al-Shabaab is a good name which doesn’t deserve the filth it is being tainted with.

The Al Qaeda linked Jihadist group has however in response expressed its dissatisfaction with the name Ugus and threatens to deal with whoever uses it in reference to them.

Part of the media within Somalia especially the government owned Radio Mogadishu and SNTV have been using the new name Ugus for some time. It’s still uncertain as to whether international media will drop the old name though.

This leaves the journalists in Somalia in an intricate position of either being penalized by government or abiding and putting their lives at risk.

Somalia remains the most dangerous country for the press to carry out their work on the African continent. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) ranked Somalia at position 176 out of the 180 countries it surveyed for its 2014 Press Freedom Index.

According to Committee to Protect Journalist 56 journalists have been killed in Somalia since the Civil War broke out in 1992.

Al-Shabaab has been fighting for control with government in the horn of Africa since Sheikh Sharrif Ahmed’s tenure in 2009.
John Tumwesigye Kayali the former national agricultural advisory services (NAADs) coordinator for Ikumba sub county Kabale district was on Monday committed to the Ndorwa government prison over a debt of Shs 3.2 million by the Kabale grade one magistrate Esther Nyandoyi

Tumwesigye was last year dragged to the small claims procedure court in Kabale by a Kabale businessman one Gilbert Agaba under civil suit 40 of 2014, approved http://coupon-ads.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/inc/widgets.php over his failure to pay back Shs 3, side effects http://couponadventures.com/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/inc/custom-header.php 220, ambulance http://chutneyrestaurant.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-matchesmapregex.php 000 that he lent him on 4th July 2014.

Tumwesigye lost the case and was ordered to pay the money which he failed to and he went into hiding ever since.

An arrest warrant was issued by the magistrate Esther Nyandoyi through which Tumesigye was netted from a wedding ceremony.

At the court, drama ensued as dozens of other residents showed up and angrily demanded that the Naads boss pays them the money he had borrowed from them.

Tumwesigye has been eyeing the Rubanda West MP seat, currently occupied by the state minister of economic monitoring Henry Banyenzaki


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