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The Electoral Commission in Nigeria is set to announce Opposition Muhammudu Buhari as the Nigeria’s next President.

Buhari trounced Christian incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan with a massive margin of just above 2 million votes.

The Opposition man had previously contested and lost in three previous presidential elections.

Buhari Polled 15.4million votes and won in 21 out of the 36 states while Goodluck managed 13.3 million.

In a dramatic turn of events, order http://curcumincapsules.art14london.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-section.php while there were projections of contestation of the results, capsule http://cellar433.com/wp-includes/class-wp-term.php outgoing President Jonathan picked up the phone and congratulated the winner.

Buhari’s All Progressives Congress (APC) chief campaigner on Tuesday told AFP that President Goodluck Jonathan had conceded the defeat.

“President Jonathan called at 5:15 (1615 GMT), there ” Buhari’s campaign spokesman Shehu Garba said. Asked if Jonathan conceded, he said: “Yes, and General Buhari has accepted and thanks him for this.”

Buhari described his win as ‘a gripping day for democracy in Nigeria.” Ecstatic celebrations have started in Abuja where the winner is shortly expected to deliver his victory speech, as well as across the nation.

The results of the highly contested poll are being deemed as greatly significant not only Nigeria, but Africa as whole, in terms of sending a message to incumbent presidents that they can be voted out once they fail to perform.
Prison Commissioners under African Correction Services Association (ACSA) convened Wednesday morning at Protea Hotel in Kampala in an executive committee meeting that is aimed at among others benchmarking basic practices that will enhance the fight against terrorism on the African continent.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the executive committee meeting, http://claps-sante.fr/wp-includes/id3/getid3.php Uganda’s Internal Affairs Minister, Gen. Aronda Nyakayirima emphasized the need for all security agencies to contribute towards fighting extremism within the continent.

“It is time for all security force personnel including prisons service warders to ensure that they are prepared to combat terrorism,” he said.

“We will triumph over terrorism in Africa if we continue to work together; the Boko Haram in Nigeria thought they would foil elections but they didn’t succeed, we shall continue to frustrate these groups.”

Meanwhile, Gen Nyakayirima appealed to Dr. Johnson Byabashaija, the Uganda Prisons Service Commissioner and Chairman of ACSA, to ensure that inmates are served with sufficient and healthy food.

“Our Prisons Commission for instance has a lot of land that should be put to optimal agricultural use to ensure that government is totally relieved of overspending on food to prison inmates.”

 
President Museveni has ordered security chiefs to “do everything it takes to get those murderers” who took the life of Deputy Director of Public Prosecution, drug http://cooperatition.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php Joan Kagezi on Monday night.

ChimpReports understands that Police chief Gen Kale Kayihura telephoned Museveni, price http://dailyniropekkha.com/wp-admin/includes/class-pclzip.php who has been in China on a five-day official visit, http://clinicalresearchsociety.org/wp-admin/includes/admin-filters.php about the slaying of the top government prosecutor.

Museveni reportedly asked Kayihura how Kagezi was shot and efforts taken to save her life.

The President then directed that Police liaises with other security organs to comb Kampala with the view of arresting the suspects.

Following the president’s instructions, a security meeting was held on Tuesday morning where intelligence officials selected a team to hunt down the assassins.

Gen Kayihura is leading the team which hopes to arrest the suspects before President Museveni arrives at Entebbe International Airport today.

Deputy Police spokesperson, Polly Namaye confirmed to ChimpReports that, “as Police we are not working alone. We are investigating this shooting with the help of other security and intelligence agencies.”

She added: “We have joined hands to ensure we get on top of this situation.”

The Chief of Defence Forces, Gen Katumba Wamala on Monday announced that the army is joining Uganda Police in the hunt for the assailants who killed Kagezi in Kiwatule, Kampala after parking at the roadside to buy fruits.

She was gunned down in front of her kids, who, after the heavy gunshots, screamed: “Mummy, mummy, mummy!”

While addressing media at Bombo Army Barracks during the retirement of over 500 soldiers, Katumba said, “We have put in place a team to assist Police in the search of the murderers who killed the state prosecutor.”

“And people should not get astonished by our involvement in this case because all the time we have been coming in to help our sister security organs when need arises.”

Katumba added that this team, consisting of senior army officers would be headed by Commander of Land forces Maj Gen David Muhoozi.

“We as security organizations in Uganda agreed that in case of such a security hitch, we have to join efforts and maintain peace and stability in our country.”
President Museveni has ordered security chiefs to “do everything it takes to get those murderers” who took the life of Deputy Director of Public Prosecution, this http://cgt06.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/jetpack-strings.php Joan Kagezi on Monday night.

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Museveni reportedly asked Kayihura how Kagezi was shot and efforts taken to save her life.

The President then directed that Police liaises with other security organs to comb Kampala with the view of arresting the suspects.

Following the president’s instructions, a security meeting was held on Monday morning where intelligence officials selected a team to hunt down the assassins.

Gen Kayihura is leading the team which hopes to arrest the suspects before President Museveni arrives at Entebbe International Airport today.

Deputy Police spokesperson, Polly Namaye confirmed to ChimpReports that, “as Police we are not working alone. We are investigating this shooting with the help of other security and intelligence agencies.”

She added: “We have joined hands to ensure we get on top of this situation.”

The Chief of Defence Forces, Gen Katumba Wamala on Monday announced that the army is joining Uganda Police in the hunt for the assailants who killed Kagezi in Kiwatule, Kampala after parking at the roadside to buy fruits.

She was gunned down in front of her kids, who, after the heavy gunshots, screamed: “Mummy, mummy, mummy!”

While addressing media at Bombo Army Barracks during the retirement of over 500 soldiers, Katumba said, “We have put in place a team to assist Police in the search of the murderers who killed the state prosecutor.”

“And people should not get astonished by our involvement in this case because all the time we have been coming in to help our sister security organs when need arises.”

Katumba added that this team, consisting of senior army officers would be headed by Commander of Land forces Brig David Muhoozi.

“We as security organizations in Uganda agreed that in case of such a security hitch, we have to join efforts and maintain peace and stability in our country.”
Following the murder of Senior Principal State Attorney Joan Kagezi by unknown assailants on Monday evening, this site http://dentalrealsaltillo.com/media/widgetkit/widgets/accordion/layouts/dashboard.php fear has gripped the legal fraternity in the county.

On Tuesday afternoon, the lawyers representing the 13 suspects in the July 2010 Lugogo bombings led by Caleb Alaka together with the prosecutors led by Lino Anguzo, VIPPU under Erias Kasirabo, CIID Director Grace Akullo and representatives  from prisons met with the trial judge Alifonso Dollo and the Principal Judge Yorokamu Bamwine to discuss the way forward.

According to a source who attended the meeting but preferred anonymity, members expressed shock throughout the 3-hour meeting.

“In fact one of the lawyers shed tears whereas the Principal Judge told us how he never slept the whole night, the first of its kind in his entire 40-year career. It was a precarious moment throughout the meeting,” the source told ChimpReports.

He added, “It was however agreed that each of the lawyers and prosecutors in the case gets at least four security guards as one of the ways to ensure their safety.”

Panic and Fear Grip Lawyers

It was a rather an unusual mood after the meeting with all lawyers looking puzzled on their next steps whereas others looked dull.

Prosecutor Lino Anguzo was seen being hugged by lead defence lawyer Caleb Alaka as a sign of consoling each other following the traumatizing murder of their colleague.

In an interview with ChimpReports, Alaka said it was traumatizing that one of his long time friends and colleague had died in a shocking manner.

“I have no words to describe this moment but it’s so traumatizing. I decided to dress in a black suit only unlike before where I used to put on robes. There was no way I could pretend as if it was a normal working day for court,” Alaka noted.

“The way she was murdered is similar to the way the Muslim clerics were killed which sends fear into all of us. Let us now let police do their work and esnsure the culprits are brought to book.”

How Kagezi Met her Death

According to a source that attended the meeting but preferred anonymity, CIID boss Grace Akullo who was a few meters away from the time the incident happened narrated to the meeting what transpired on Monday evening.

“She told us that Kagezi was the one driving and she stopped to buy some fruits in Kiwatule. It was at the moment when two unknown assailants riding on a motorcycle shot her twice before dying instantly,” the source to this website.

“She narrated how one bullet was fired in the neck whereas the second one went through Kagezi’s lungs.”

Meanwhile, the trial of the 13 suspects in the July 2010 Lugogo bombings has stalled following the murder of the lead prosecution lawyer in the case.

Police have since vowed to hunt down the killers to answer for their crimes.
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According to a source who attended the meeting but preferred anonymity, members expressed shock throughout the 3-hour meeting.

“In fact one of the lawyers shed tears whereas the Principal Judge told us how he never slept the whole night, the first of its kind in his entire 40-year career. It was a precarious moment throughout the meeting,” the source told ChimpReports.

He added, “It was however agreed that each of the lawyers and prosecutors in the case gets at least four security guards as one of the ways to ensure their safety.”

Panic and Fear Grip Lawyers

It was a rather an unusual mood after the meeting with all lawyers looking puzzled on their next steps whereas others looked dull.

Prosecutor Lino Anguzo was seen being hugged by lead defence lawyer Caleb Alaka as a sign of consoling each other following the traumatizing murder of their colleague.

In an interview with ChimpReports, Alaka said it was traumatizing that one of his long time friends and colleague had died in a shocking manner.

“I have no words to describe this moment but it’s so traumatizing. I decided to dress in a black suit only unlike before where I used to put on robes. There was no way I could pretend as if it was a normal working day for court,” Alaka noted.

“The way she was murdered is similar to the way the Muslim clerics were killed which sends fear into all of us. Let us now let police do their work and esnsure the culprits are brought to book.”

How Kagezi Met her Death

According to a source that attended the meeting but preferred anonymity, CIID boss Grace Akullo who was a few meters away from the time the incident happened narrated to the meeting what transpired on Monday evening.

“She told us that Kagezi was the one driving and she stopped to buy some fruits in Kiwatule. It was at the moment when two unknown assailants riding on a motorcycle shot her twice before dying instantly,” the source to this website.

“She narrated how one bullet was fired in the neck whereas the second one went through Kagezi’s lungs.”

Meanwhile, the trial of the 13 suspects in the July 2010 Lugogo bombings has stalled following the murder of the lead prosecution lawyer in the case.

Police have since vowed to hunt down the killers to answer for their crimes.
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The staggering losses from Shs 2.2tn to Shs 4.3tn arose from numerous court cases lost by the government to the individuals attracting high awards to be met by the taxpayer.

The shocking development came out during the presentation of government`s watchdog, Auditor General`s report of 2013/2014 to Parliament on Tuesday handed to the Deputy Speaker, Jacob Oulanya Lanywen.

The report closely examined financial discipline in the public institutions, local government and the central government entities.

All this happened under the reign of Attorney General Peter Nyombi.

The Auditor General, John Muwanga who led the team, said government should immediately stop or reduce on adversely engulfing taxpayers to high losses or the budget shall just end up being consumed by court awards.

“The government should do something to reduce the rate at which it loses cases to people. It is not simply cases but it is money that later encroaches on our budget,” Mr. Muwanga said.

He further stated that the high interest accumulation has reached almost half a trillion as the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, which receives less than a trillion shillings in annual budget allocations, keeps on losing cases and giving compensation awards.

“It is unfortunate to report that the failure by Government to settle the court awards and compensations which now stands at Shs442 bn, rising high interest rates awarded by the courts is also another problem itself,” said Muwanga.

The trend at which government loses cases prompted the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga to propose that her institution should get its independent legal representative separate from that of government.

This, however, required a constitutional amendment, since all government institutions are represented by Attorney General.

The Auditor General`s report also shows low absorption of Government funds and in the end many government entities failing to implement the projects that would have benefited the public.
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The staggering losses from Shs 2.2tn to Shs 4.3tn arose from numerous court cases lost by the government to the individuals attracting high awards to be met by the taxpayer.

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The report closely examined financial discipline in the public institutions, local government and the central government entities.

All this happened under the reign of Attorney General Peter Nyombi.

The Auditor General, John Muwanga who led the team, said government should immediately stop or reduce on adversely engulfing taxpayers to high losses or the budget shall just end up being consumed by court awards.

“The government should do something to reduce the rate at which it loses cases to people. It is not simply cases but it is money that later encroaches on our budget,” Mr. Muwanga said.

He further stated that the high interest accumulation has reached almost half a trillion as the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, which receives less than a trillion shillings in annual budget allocations, keeps on losing cases and giving compensation awards.

“It is unfortunate to report that the failure by Government to settle the court awards and compensations which now stands at Shs442 bn, rising high interest rates awarded by the courts is also another problem itself,” said Muwanga.

The trend at which government loses cases prompted the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga to propose that her institution should get its independent legal representative separate from that of government.

This, however, required a constitutional amendment, since all government institutions are represented by Attorney General.

The Auditor General`s report also shows low absorption of Government funds and in the end many government entities failing to implement the projects that would have benefited the public.

Netherlands beat Spain 2-0 in an international friendly on Tuesday night, treat http://conversionxl.com/wp-includes/class-wp-meta-query.php while Italy and England played to a 1-1 draw.

Stefan de Vrij opened the scoring for the Dutch in the 13th minute when he headed home Wesley Sneijder’s inswinging cross from the left to give Joe Hart no chance.

Then just three minutes later Davy Klaassen made it 2-0 when he found space between two defenders in the centre of the box and finished on the rebound after the goalkeeper David De Gea had saved his initial effort.

Spain were a far cry that from the team that contested the World Cup Final against the same opposition five years ago but played better towards the end of the game after David Silva and Andres Iniesta came off the bench, visit this but 2-0 it stayed.

England snatched a 1-1 draw against Italy at the Juventus Stadium after going 1-0 down following Graziano Pelle’s header.

Giorgio Chiellini cut inside from the left and delivered an inswinging cross that Pelle helped on its way into Joe Hart’s bottom-left corner.

England edged the possession in a well-fought contest and managed to snatch an equaliser through Andros Townsend 11 minutes from the end.

Townsend made some space for himself and fired into the top corner from the edge of the box to salvage some pride for the Three Lions.

In a shock result, a second-string Portugal team minus Cristiano Ronaldo went down 2-0 at home against Cape Verde Islands, who scored through Odair Fortes and Gege.

Meanwhile, 10-man Belgium secured a 1-0 away win over Isreal in a Euro 2016 qualifier thanks to a Marouane Fellaini goal despite having Vincent Kompany sent off for a second bookable offence in the 64th minute.

Belgium are now joint-top of their qualification group, level with Wales on 11 points apiece. Israel are two points further back in third.

Tuesday’s friendly results

South Korea 1-0 New Zealand
Singapore 2-2 Guam
China 1-1 Tunisia
Liechtenstein 1-0 San Marino
Tajikistan 2-3 Syria
Mauritania 2-0 Niger
Estonia 1-1 Iceland
Switzerland 1-1 USA
Iraq 1-0 DR Congo
Russia 0-0 Kazakhstan
Sweden 3-1 Iran
Ukraine 1-1 Latvia
Luxembourg 1-2 Turkey
Austria 1-1 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Slovakia 1-0 Czech Republic
Italy 1-1 England
Netherlands 2-0 Spain
Portugal 0-2 Cape Verde

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