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Nine members of the Kabarole Footballers Association (KFA) have been arrested and detained at Fort Portal police station for staging an unlawful demonstration over the poor state of Buhinga
playground.

The protesters accused the municipal and Kabarole district officials of failure to include the construction of Buhinga play ground in their campaigning manifestos for the 2016 general elections.

Deco Kenneth, online http://cellar433.com/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php the Association chairman explains that Buhinga playground is bushy, there http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-curl.php rugged and water logged in the rainy season.

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He said as KFA members, drugs http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.opengraph.php they have written several letters and talked to the LC3 chairpersons, district and municipality councilors, all members of parliament from Kabarole and district leaders seeking their
intervention to renovate the stadium but without success.

On Monday morning the footballers stormed the streets of Fort Portal, describing the district leaders and members of parliament as incompetent.

Joined by some of their fans at the Bundibugyo – Kasese roundabout, the players stated that they were disappointed by the leaders.

Upon learning about the demonstration, police commanded by District Police Commander Mr. Musa Tibaikarana swung into action and arrested the demonstrators. They beat up Deco Kenneth and some his colleagues who attempted to resist the arrest.

Bakari Muga Bashir the Rwenzori Police spokesperson said nine suspects were detained at police for staging what he termed as an unlawful demonstration.

He said they participated in the demonstration without permission from the police which is against the
law.

Bakari identified the suspects as Deco Kenneth Araali the ringer leader and presenter with VOT FM, Mugume Jacob, Kabanyonga Janet, Clovice Sanyu, Rashid Abdul; Musinguzi Julius among others who face charges of holding illegal assembly because police had not been informed about the demo.

 
Nine members of the Kabarole Footballers Association (KFA) have been arrested and detained at Fort Portal police station for staging an unlawful demonstration over the poor state of Buhinga playground.

The protesters accused the municipal and Kabarole district officials of failure to include the construction of Buhinga play ground in their campaigning manifestos for the 2016 general elections.

Deco Kenneth, click http://cbpa.com/wp-includes/vars.php the Association chairman explains that Buhinga playground is bushy, http://columbiavehicles.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/latest.php rugged and water logged in the rainy season.

He said as KFA members, http://concernedafricascholars.org/wp-includes/post-template.php they have written several letters and talked to the LC3 chairpersons, district and municipality councilors, all members of parliament from Kabarole and district leaders seeking their
intervention to renovate the stadium but without success.

On Monday morning the footballers stormed the streets of Fort Portal, describing the district leaders and members of parliament as incompetent.

Joined by some of their fans at the Bundibugyo – Kasese roundabout, the players stated that they were disappointed by the leaders.

Upon learning about the demonstration, police commanded by District Police Commander Mr. Musa Tibaikarana swung into action and arrested the demonstrators. They beat up Deco Kenneth and some his colleagues who attempted to resist the arrest.

Bakari Muga Bashir the Rwenzori Police spokesperson said nine suspects were detained at police for staging what he termed as an unlawful demonstration.

He said they participated in the demonstration without permission from the police which is against the
law.

Bakari identified the suspects as Deco Kenneth Araali the ringer leader and presenter with VOT FM, Mugume Jacob, Kabanyonga Janet, Clovice Sanyu, Rashid Abdul; Musinguzi Julius among others who face charges of holding illegal assembly because police had not been informed about the demo.

 
U.S. President Barack Obama has issued an executive order, approved http://chompdigital.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-setting.php slapping sanctions which include assets freezes and travel bans on top Burundi officials and rebel commanders blamed for contributing to the worsening political turmoil in the country.

Obama said he made the order basing on the authority vested in him as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, capsule including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), the National Emergencies Act of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 and section 301 of title 3, United States Code.

“I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, find that the situation in Burundi, which has been marked by the killing of and violence against civilians, unrest, the incitement of imminent violence, and significant political repression, and which threatens the peace, security, and stability of Burundi, constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States, and I hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat,” reads a statement from the White House.

He said all the affected individuals’ property and interests in property that are in the United States, that come within the United States or within the possession or control of any United States person of the following persons are blocked and may not be transferred, paid, exported, withdrawn, or otherwise dealt in.

The targeted individuals are accused of being responsible for or complicit in actions or policies that threaten the peace, security, or stability of Burundi; actions or policies that undermine democratic processes or institutions in Burundi; human rights abuses; the targeting of women, children, or any civilians through the commission of acts of violence (including killing, maiming, torture, or rape or other sexual violence).

Other crimes being punished by the sanctions include abduction, forced displacement, or attacks on schools, hospitals, religious sites, or locations where civilians are seeking refuge.

Actions or policies that prohibit, limit, or penalize the exercise of freedom of expression or freedom of peaceful assembly have been punished as well as the use or recruitment of children by armed groups or armed forces;

Obama further faulted Burundi officials and rebels for the obstruction of the delivery or distribution of humanitarian assistance; attacks or threats against United Nations missions and international security presences, or other peacekeeping operations.

He went ahead to instruct that targeted individuals are not allowed in the United States.

This order too effect at 12:01 a.m. eastern standard time on November 23, 2015.

 

The President imposed sanctions on the following four individuals:

Alain Guillaume Bunyoni: [Minister of Public Security]

Alain Guillaume Bunyoni is the Minister of Public Security in Burundi and has overseen the Government’s internal security efforts, including those of Burundi’s National Police (PNB), an entity whose members have engaged in actions or policies that threaten the peace, security, or stability of Burundi.

Under Bunyoni, the PNB has conducted operations in cooperation with the Imbonerakure youth militia to intimidate and silence those who oppose or who are perceived to oppose the Government of Burundi.

Godefroid Bizimana: [Deputy Director-General of the National Police]

Godefroid Bizimana is a leader of the PNB, an entity whose members have engaged in actions or policies that threaten the peace, security or stability of Burundi, human rights abuses, and actions or policies that prohibit, limit, or penalize the exercise of freedom of expression or freedom of peaceful assembly.

Bizimana directed the PNB’s operations to disrupt peaceful protests of those opposed to the Government of Burundi, including a disproportionate use of force and acts of violent repression.

In response to protests, PNB officers used tear gas, water cannons, and blocked the free movement of demonstrators.  Protestors were arrested and twenty of them were reportedly transported to a location where they were beaten by police officers.

Godefroid Niyombare: [Major General, Former Chief of Burundi Intelligence Service (SNR)]

Godefroid Niyombare is responsible for or complicit in actions or policies that threaten the peace, security, or stability of Burundi, and is a leader or official of an entity that has engaged in such activities.

As the leader of an attempt to overthrow the Government of Burundi in May 2015, Niyombare’s actions contributed to the deterioration of stability within Burundi.

After announcing the coup, Niyombare ordered the closure of Burundi’s land borders and its primary airport in an attempt to stop Nkurunziza from returning from Tanzania.

Cyrille Ndayirukiye: [Former Minister of Defense]

Cyrille Ndayirukiye is responsible for or complicit in actions or policies that threaten the peace, security, or stability of Burundi, and is a leader or official of an entity that has engaged in such activities.

As deputy leader of an attempt to overthrow the Government of Burundi in May 2015, Ndayirukiye’s actions contributed to the deterioration of stability within Burundi.

Ndayiruke was detained in June by the Government of Burundi, which should grant full and regular humanitarian access by independent monitors to confirm Ndayiruke and other detainees are not being subjected to torture or ill-treatment.
Kawempe Muslim teenage superstar, healing http://compraresenzaricettaonline.com/wp-admin/includes/revision.php Sandra Nabweteme carried on her explicit goal-scoring spree over the weekend in the women’s elite league guiding her team, buy more about http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/lib/tribe-debug-bar.class.php Kawempe Muslim past a stubborn Muteesa Royal University and Olira fc.

The player of the year nominee scored an 82nd minute winner to see off Mutesa university 1-2 away at Wankulukuku on Saturday before wowing the fans with a stunning five goals against new comers Olira fc. Olira who had played to a one-all draw with Ajax Queens a day earlier suffered a disheartening 10-1 loss. Hasfa Nassuna grabbed a hat-trick in the game.

The double win takes the defending champions to top of Elizabeth group while UCU lady cardinals lead the Victoria group all with maximum points from three fixtures. UCU thumped London College, Nansana 1-3 away.

In the other match, a double from Winnie Babirye and Annet Kimbugwe gifted Buikwe She Red Stars the first victory of the season as they brushed off Wakiso Hills at home.

Top scorers:
With only two and three matchdays played, the race for the golden boot has started shaping up with Nabweeteme already in double digits with ten goals two more than Hasfa Nassuna.

Full weekend results;
Western United 3 – 0 Gadaffi Integrated

Mutesa University 1 – 2 Kawempe Muslim

Ajax Queens 1 – 1 Olira WFC

London College, Nansana 1 – 3 UCU Lady Cardinals

Sunday 21st Nov.
Buikwe She Red Stars 3 – 0 Wakiso Hills

Kawempe Muslim 10 – 1 Olira WFC

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