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Fred Yiga, salve http://decksplushouston.com/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/preview.php Uganda’s Assistant Inspector General of Police will leave the United Nations Mission in South Sudan(UNMISS) after nearly ten years of service as UNMISS police Commissioner.

Yiga first worked with United National Development Program (UNDP) as the Technical Advisor for South Sudan’s Interior Minister and Inspector General of Police from June 2006 to May 2012.

He was appointed first UN police Commissioner in the independent South Sudan in 2012.

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“I’m going home without any incident on me. Not a single incident whether through hatred or dislike, nothing like that, I have had a smooth role in this country,” Yiga told reporters yesterday in Juba.

“The government, the Minister, the people of South Sudan, UN and the IGP allowed me to do my job. So I take this opportunity to thank them and I also thank my country for giving me the chance,” he added.

Yiya will be replaced by Bruce Munyambo, a senior Rwandan Police officer who will take his new role next Monday.

Fred Munyambo

Fred Munyambo

In a related development, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon is expected to land in Juba (11.30, local time) where he will visit Protection of Civilian (POC) sites hosting thousands of internally Displaced persons in UN bases and hold talks with President Salva Kiir Mayardit.

Ban is visiting the country for the second time since he was appointed the UN chief.
More details have emerged on Friday afternoon’s shootings in Kasese district in which four people were killed while charging at police officers.

A source inside police in the Rwenzori region has informed us that the exchange that resulted in the shooting capture on tape by media; was in retaliation of a previous attack by civilians on a military vehicle.

Police together with the Uganda Peoples Defense Forces officers yesterday shot dead four people who were reportedly trying to grab guns from them.

The four have been identified as Nason Sagini, order http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-content/uploads/cache/sushi/_wplatte/_parts.entry-date-format.php-86e77b1ce744a4d8bfbd81bb4d776959.php Isaleri Kake, patient http://crownheights.info/wp-admin/includes/class-core-upgrader.php James Wayakwa and Musale Bwambale Kiremberwa, all residents of Buhuhira Sub County.

These according to the Rwenzori East Regional Police Commander Bob Kagarura, had tried to snatch a machine gun from one of the officers on patrol.  An officer only identified as Thembo was injured with a machete in the scuffle.

Chimpreports understands that the armed officers marched into Kisenyi trading center, looking for a group of 20 people who had orchestrated another attack on a UPDF army patrol vehicle in Kikonzo cell, Hima Town Council, Kabarole District on Thursday.

“These were armed with pangas, knives and spears. Soldiers fired gunshots to prevent the group from seizing the vehicle and the weapons. Two of the attackers were shot dead in a scuffle that left four soldiers injured,” revealed the source.

During the night on the same day, another group according to our source, sneaked into the barracks and stabbed four officers.

Police believes that those who were shot dead yesterday are all members of the Rwenzururu Kingdom royal guards that protect Kingdom’s sites around Kasese town.

Witnesses say police accused these guards of conducting the Thursday attack on UPDF in Hima.

Police and the army have since heavily deployed and taken over Hima town. There are reports that the town is deserted and schools closed.
Police are unhappy with the image that has been portrayed of them in the media in the past two weeks, view http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/thrive-leads/editor-templates/lightbox/blank_set.php during their operations to curtail Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye from ‘destabilizing the capital Kampala.’

The Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura last night expressed displeasure with the media reports and imagery that suggested that the police were witch-hunting Besigye, http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-admin/includes/export.php who grudgingly lost in last week’s presidential elections.

Gen Kayihura described these media reports as distorted, speculated, biased, unfounded, and unfair.

On this note the IGP revealed in statement that the police were investigating the circumstances under which the Kasangati District Police Commander James Kawalya was ‘assaulted’ by journalists as Besigye was being arrested from his home.

The DPC was on Monday swarmed by angry reporters, majorly foreign, who demanded that he takes action against one of his officers who pepper sprayed one of their colleagues.

The unidentified Police officers (had no tag) sprayed liquefied pepper in the eyes of AFP photojournalist Isaac Kasamani in the scuffle, blinding him momentarily.

Enraged by this action, fellow journalists surrounded the Kasangati DPC, asking why he simply looked on as all this happened.

The two international journalists were recorded on camera abusing the police officer with one saying the cops as a “bunch of jokers.”

In last night’s statement, the IGP strongly condemned the “violent” attack by journalists on his officer, “who, in spite of the attacks, kept cool, and a calm demeanor.”

By the DPC’s conduct Kayihura stressed, he actually disproved the unacceptable insults journalists were hurling at him.

The police boss thus revealed that his men were currently investigating this incident and preparing to take the necessary action.

“We are reviewing the video footage of that incident, after which appropriate action will be taken,” he said.

“Contrary to propaganda in the media, in all our actions, Police have acted lawfully, professionally, conducted ourselves with utmost restraint in the face of incredible provocation.”
Police are unhappy with the image that has been portrayed of them in the media in the past two weeks, click http://chimpreports.com/elections/wp-includes/class-oembed.php during their operations to curtail Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye from ‘destabilizing the capital Kampala.’

The Inspector General of Police Gen. Kale Kayihura last night expressed displeasure with the media reports and imagery that suggested that the police were witch-hunting Besigye, page http://csanz.edu.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php who grudgingly lost in last week’s presidential elections.

Gen Kayihura described these media reports as distorted, advice speculated, biased, unfounded, and unfair.

On this note the IGP revealed in statement that the police were investigating the circumstances under which the Kasangati District Police Commander James Kawalya was ‘assaulted’ by journalists as Besigye was being arrested from his home.

The DPC was on Monday swarmed by angry reporters, majorly foreign, who demanded that he takes action against one of his officers who pepper sprayed one of their colleagues.

The unidentified Police officers (had no tag) sprayed liquefied pepper in the eyes of AFP photojournalist Isaac Kasamani in the scuffle, blinding him momentarily.

Enraged by this action, fellow journalists surrounded the Kasangati DPC, asking why he simply looked on as all this happened.

The two international journalists were recorded on camera abusing the police officer with one saying the cops as a “bunch of jokers.”

In last night’s statement, the IGP strongly condemned the “violent” attack by journalists on his officer, “who, in spite of the attacks, kept cool, and a calm demeanor.”

By the DPC’s conduct Kayihura stressed, he actually disproved the unacceptable insults journalists were hurling at him.

The police boss thus revealed that his men were currently investigating this incident and preparing to take the necessary action.

“We are reviewing the video footage of that incident, after which appropriate action will be taken,” he said.

“Contrary to propaganda in the media, in all our actions, Police have acted lawfully, professionally, conducted ourselves with utmost restraint in the face of incredible provocation.”
The Fufa Big League resumes on Thursday with four and six fixtures in the Rwenzori and Elgon groups respectively. The matches were suspended last week to pave way for the national electoral process.

In the games lined up in Elgon group, ask http://crazytour.am/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php Fans at Lang’o sports ground will enjoy a double header between Lira United and  CRO FC while the second will be Sporting United versus Artland Katale. The home teams will then swap the same opponents on Thursday.

In the West Nile region, price http://ckls.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php Paidha Black Angels host Busia Fisheries as high flying newbies, http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes/admin-bar.php Ondupaka fc tussle out with water fc.

Rwenzori group 
Kireka united have to forget the 3-0 humiliation at Jinja SS last time out as they take on mid table side Hope Doves. Group leaders Proline Soccer Academy host Sun City at Nakivuubo stadium.

Thursday Fixtures 
Rwenzori Group:
Kireka United Vs Hope Doves – Namboole outside pitch.

Synergy Vs Masavu – Masaka RC

Entebbe F.C Vs Wakiso United – Bugonga

Proline F.C Vs Sun City F.C – Nakivubo

Elgon Group:
Boma Young F.C Vs Ndejje University –
Boma ground

Onduparaka F.C Vs Water F.C – Green light stadium

Bukedea TC Vs Baza Holdings – Bukedea PS

Paidha Black Angels F.C Vs Busia Fisheries –
Bar Okoro

Lira United Vs CRO – Lango Sports Ground -2pm

Sporting United Vs Artland Katale – Lango
Sports Ground -4 p.m

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