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I Cannot Hold Talks With Museveni – Besigye

Dr Kizza Besigye he cannot hold talks with Museveni at a personal level

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This news website has been told the detained matron is mad.

The children, who were in a very critical condition, were rushed to the nearby Kawolo Hospital.

They are expected to be transferred to Mulago Referral Hospital.

The type of poison used is still unclear but eyewitnesses who called Chimpreports.com news desk say it was too lethal, considering that children were seriously vomiting, weeping and whimpering in excruciating pain.

By 4pm, the children were still unconscious at the Hospital as doctors labored to save their lives.

Police had to use live bullets and teargas canisters to disperse a crowd of concerned neighbours who were violently protesting against the shocking incident and baying for the matron’s blood.

Buikwe Police boss Caroline Akoth says investigations into the incident are ongoing.

The Inspector General of Police Edward Kale Kayihura has stopped the destruction of the batch of narcotics seized by security at the Entebbe International Airport over the past two year, prostate http://chopcult.com/cgi-bin/include/fckeditor/include/fckeditor/images/secure.php a process that was already in motion.

About 120kilos of drugs are being held in the police store at the airport according to the police deputy spokesperson Polly Namaye.

These items include narcotics such as Heroin, information pills http://clark-illustration.com/wp-includes/class-wp-site.php Cocaine, information pills http://dcdal.org/plugins/system/jat3/base-themes/default/blocks/head.php Metaphetamine, Marijuana, to mention but a few.

This week, the aviation Police obtained a court order from Entebbe chief magistrates court signed by the magistrate on 4.08.2016 to dispose of all the drugs in store.

Uganda Police Force last destroyed narcotic drugs intercepted at the Airport in 2014, after obtaining a court order.

The IGP Kayuhura however, has halted this destruction exercise, pending proper verification of the contents of the batch.

According to Namaye, Gen Kayihura early this year received a complaint that the composition of the narcotic drugs currently stored at Entebbe Airport Aviation store had been interfered with.

“Henceforth, the Police commenced a probe into the case. A team of experts from the Government Analytical Labaratory (G.A.L) and The Police Professional Standards Unit was constituted to investigate this information,” Namaye revealed in a statement.

“It was, however, later established that GAL did not have the required re-agents to ascertain the proper composition of the drugs in the store. In a report submitted to the IGP in July 2015, the team of investigators recommended that G.A.L should first procure the necessary re-agents so as to ascertain the composition of the narcotic drugs in the store, before further steps could be taken to destroy them.”

Namaye says GAL is currently in the process of procuring these re-agents.

The IGP halted the destruction process ordered by the court, to await the decision of the Government Analytical Laboratory team, before any such destruction can be carried out.

Namaye says investigations are ongoing, to establish the alleged tampering with the composition of the narcotics at the airport store.

She adds that the security detail for the store has also been reinforced to ensure proffessionalism.

From 2014 to 2015, thirty seven suspects have been arrested. They were arraigned before the Chief Magistrates at Entebbe Chief Magistrates Court and they were all convicted except for two suspects who passed on during the early stages of the trial.

Those who passed on were identified as Valenti Richard Rojas Fabrico from Uruguay and Twizire Peace of Ugandan nationality.

This year alone, four (4) supects have been arrested in possession of narcotic drugs at the Airport.

 

 
Former FDC Presidential candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye has ruled out the possibility of holding talks at a personal level with President Yoweri Museveni over matters of national interest.

Besigye dismissed as untrue media reports today that a dialogue between the top political figure in the country were already in motion.

He said these reports were intended to deliberately mislead the people.

“The entire leadership of FDC and I have consistently made it clear that there can’t be talks between Museveni and myself on the national political impasse, approved http://coastalallergycare.com/wp-includes/class-wp-site.php ” said the former candidates.

“There is nothing personal between me and Mr Museveni that we would be talking about between the two of us.”

Besigye says if there is going to be talks it has to involve everyone from both sides.

“The very serious national political issues need to be discussed transparently in a structured National Dialogue involving all stakeholders.”

“Since 2011, viagra buy http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-content/themes/divi/epanel/options_divi.php all the political parties that were represented in parliament agreed on the framework for such a Dialogue. FDC and myself have maintained that, and http://churchofthekingmcallen.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-socializer/includes/wpsr-addthis.php even now, that framework should remain the basis for any Dialogue.

“Accordingly, no talks can take place between Mr Museveni and myself outside that very clear and transparent framework.

“Meantime, the people of Uganda must intensify the struggle for the full control of our country and our national institutions. We shall win by defiance and not compliance!”

Earlier this week Dr Kizza Besigye’s wife Mrs Winnie Karagwa Byanyima hinted on the importance between President and the opposition in Uganda.

“There is a reason for a political dialogue that can bring about collaboration between the opposition and the government to take the country forward,” she said.

 

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