Human Rights Network for Journalists-Uganda (HRNJ-Uganda) a body that defends rights for journalists was late night accosted by unknown bandits that broke into their offices in Kayanja Triangle Zone, viagra buy cialis 40mg http://danielpyne.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/social-logos.php Rubaga, cialis 40mg more about http://class-actions.us/wp-content/plugins/layerslider/classes/class.ls.importutil.php taking off with the organization’s vital information and property.
“It is hard for us to comprehend. This was a highly sophisticated intrusion. The organization is paralyzed, a lot of our important information was taken, we can’t tell what they intend to use it for. We suspect this to be a reprisal for the work we do in defending and promoting media freedoms and journalists’ rights in the country,” said the HRNJ-Uganda National Coordinator, Robert Ssempala this morning.
Ssempala noted that this is the second time in two years HRNJ-Uganda offices are being broken into.
“There have also been several attempts to break into the office which were foiled by the security guards. However last night the security guard, who was on duty disappeared in the morning after the break in, leaving behind her gun,” Ssempala said.
Ssempala narrates that, “The attackers used the window on my office after removing the burglar proof to enter the premises, they broke all internal office doors, vandalized drawers and scattered documents on the floor as they made away with others. They also made away with the organizations money-safe which was found at the Rubaga police post by HRNJ-U staff that had gone to report the incident.”
“Their interest was to access our information which they did because how do you explain the fact that expensive and portable machines like printers, projectors and photocopiers were not taken! They targeted specific offices within the premises, making us more suspicious of the intentions of the attackers. We hope that the police will investigate this matter to its logical conclusion,” remarked Ssempala.
“When I arrived this morning I found the guard outside the gate, she opened for me, I entered and proceeded to open the office. I was shocked to see broken pieces of metallic bars near my boss’s office window. I rushed back to check on the guard only to realize that she had disappeared leaving behind the gun,” said Emmanuel Magambo the in-charge Information Technology and Security at HRNJ-Uganda.
Former KCCA FC and Uganda Cranes striker, price http://crewftlbr.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/tribe/dependency.php Tony Odur has been released by Zambian Premier League giants Nkana ‘Red Devils’ Fc. Odur has been at Nkana for less than a year since he joined in August last year.
“The management At Nkana Football Club has released or Loaned 13 players. Tony’s (Odur) contract hasn’t been renewed by the club, approved ” a source inside the Zambian club told Chimpsports.
Odur’s tenure at Nkana Fc has been capped with injuries and he is said to have fallen out with the club management because of poor attitude and cases of indiscipline.
“Help him change his attitude and improve as regards discipline otherwise he is a fantastic player,” a reply by Nkana to a Ugandan fan on their social media read.
However, developing news from one of his agent, one Allan Ssewanyana revealed to the public that the striker is finalizing a deal with another Zambian team and will be cleared probably on Monday.