Mbarara FDC chairman, look advice http://completehealthacupuncture.com/wp-content/plugins/google-analyticator/google-api-php-client/src/contrib/google_siteverificationservice.php Stanley Katembeya is wanted by police for reportedly leading a violent protest in the town on Saturday that paralysed business and disrupted traffic, salve Chimp Corps report.
It is alleged Katembeya mobilised local FDC supporters to protest against this week’s pre-emptive arrest of Dr Kizza Besigye.
FDC supporters used big stones and smouldering car tyres to block traffic along Mbarara -Masaka highway, Kabale-Mbarara and Bushenyi-Mbarara roads.
An electricity transformer in Nyamityobora-Kakoba was also torched, cutting off power supply to the neighbouring areas.
Police quickly intervened to arrest the situation but the ring leaders of the violence had already escaped.
Mbarara District Police Commander Jaffar Magyezi condemned the acts of violence, saying, “If you have issues with the government you deal with government leaders but not blocking roads which might result into other protests and riots among the affected people.”
He confirmed that several arrests were made in connection with the violence.
Besigye, who is Uganda’s main opposition leader, was arrested from his residence in Wakiso District following intelligence that he intended to participate in what police described as unlawful public assemblies.
The FDC strongman condemned his arrest as an abuse of his right of movement and association.
ChimpReports understands that despite sealing off and checking Katembeya’s residence in Mbarara, the area FDC leader could not be traced.
A 13-year-old girl in Rubaya sub-county, clinic http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-includes/simplepie/sanitize.php Ndorwa West, pills Kabale district has given birth to a baby.
A one Sarah produced a child after undergoing an operation at Rubaya Health Centre 4 on Tuesday.
The medical facility’s boss, dosage Richard Muhwezi confirmed the development on Sunday morning:
“It’s true that she produced a baby boy.”
He further told ChimpReports: “Being young, we did not want to risk with the option of a normal delivery. The safest option for the child and her baby was the caesarean section ad it succeeded.”
A caesarean section is an operation to deliver a baby. It involves making a cut in the front wall of a woman’s abdomen (tummy) and womb.
This is usually carried out under regional anaesthetic, where the lower part of your body is numbed. It usually takes 30-45 minutes.
Muhwezi further pointed out that both mother and baby are in good health.