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Kagame: Rwanda Faces More Security Threats

Kagame at the end of year party in Kigali on December 31, 2014

Following a clash between singer Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool and wife Zuena Kilema over a model hired as a video vixen last month, clinic http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/admin.php the couple has   again faced challenges with the Love You Every Day singer now under fire over photos that were leaked from his Tondeka Ekiwatule show on Boxing Day.

 

In the photos that went viral, troche Bebe Cool is seen dancing with skimpy dressed women to which Zuena was not comfortable.

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Chimplyf understands that the former Miss Uganda Eastern Region contestant was concerned by the way the singer mingles with women on stage and quizzed him as to why he continues breaking her fragile heart.

 

This comes barely a month after the couple clashed at hotel in South Africa in December   where the singer passionately kissed a video vixen while shooting   his yet to be out video where ever I go, that shot by the Mighty God Father productions.
Following a clash between singer Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool and wife Zuena Kilema over a model hired as a video vixen last month, there http://cikza.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-render-endpoint.php the couple has   again faced challenges with the Love You Every Day singer now under fire over photos that were leaked from his Tondeka Ekiwatule show on Boxing Day.

 

In the photos that went viral, recipe http://cctvcameraz.com/wp-content/plugins/templates/default/bbpress/loop-single-reply.php Bebe Cool is seen dancing with skimpy dressed women to which Zuena was not comfortable.

 

Chimplyf understands that the former Miss Uganda Eastern Region contestant was concerned by the way the singer mingles with women on stage and quizzed him as to why he continues breaking her fragile heart.

 

This comes barely a month after the couple clashed at a  hotel in South Africa in December   where the singer passionately kissed a video vixen while shooting   his yet to be out video where ever I go,  shot by the Mighty God Father productions.

The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) have taken action and closed Frazs Industries Ltd, order http://demo.des.net.id/wp-includes/shortcodes.php a local company that is involved in the extraction of Lead from Batteries in Mukono district.

The lead recovery process includes manual dismantling of the batteries, buy http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-customcss.php smelting of the Lead in a kiln, cooling and packaging for sell to battery making companies for recycling.

According to a letter dated December 2, 2014, and signed by NEMA’s Deputy Executive Director, Dr. George Musoke Sawula, Frazs Industries Ltd was ordered to “stop all activities” at the facility with immediate effect pending the latter addressing issues of non-compliance issues as further defined.

A NEMA inspection on 21st November, 2014 found out that some of the activities carried out at the facility that is located in Kasenge Village, Naama Sub-County, Mukono District are in violation with the Constitution of Uganda, the National Environment Act, Cap 153, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 2006 and other various regulations.

Issues highlighted include workers not being provided with personal Protective wear (PPE) which contravenes the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 2006, workers using the premises as their place of residence, heavy air pollution violating the rights of workers and nearby communities to a clean and healthy environment as stipulated in Section 3 of the National Environment Act, Cap 153 among others.

NEMA demanded management to prepare a comprehensive environment and social monitoring plan (ESMP) specifying measures to address issues of non-compliance highlighted in the letter before re-opening. The Authority also indicated that it could take legal action against the premise should it fail to comply.

The letter is copied to respective agencies, the environment protection force and Mukono district Local Government.

Some of the batteries at the facility

Smoke from the Kiln

Battries piled at the facility

Battries piled at the facility


President Paul Kagame has urged Rwanda Defense and Security Forces to remain “vigilant” and “resilient”, store http://dan.rabarts.com/wp-admin/includes/nav-menu.php warning that 2015 could bring more challenges to the nation, Chimp Corps report.

In a New Year message to the country’s defence forces, Kagame further warned against laxity and indiscipline as Rwanda combats internal and external security threats.

“As we welcome 2015, we look back at yet another year of distinguished service to our nation. Through your dedicated and selfless service, each and every one of you have continued to deliver the most critical service to all citizens and residents of Rwanda: peace and security for our nation; the core foundation on which many achievements and hopes continue to be built,” said Kagame.

“We don’t and should never take this for granted, particularly in the context of increasing threats and challenges we continue to face nationally and globally.”

During last two years, Rwanda increased pressure on the international community to neutralize the FDLR genocidal militia operating across the border in DRC.

UN officials this week said they would not extend the deadline of January 2, 2015 handed to FDLR to surrender arms, demobilize and renounce the genocide ideology.

Should FDLR refuse to disarm, UN said, military action will follow.

The militant group remains a huge security thorn in Rwanda’s flesh.

Kagame said the year 2015 will bring new challenges and opportunities.

“We will undoubtedly be confronted with more threats and hardships; but with our spirit, experience and belief, I am confident that we will continue to prevail,” he added.

He said beyond their core mission, Rwanda defence forces have worked alongside fellow Rwandans in advancing socio-economic development through various initiatives in the areas of education, healthcare, agriculture, and environmental protection among others.

“Through these activities, you have distinguished yourselves as servicemen and women determined not only to protect our people but also work with them in uplifting their wellbeing,” he noted.

“Beyond Rwanda’s borders; your professionalism, discipline and resilience, made a commendable difference as you contributed to global peace and security, serving other people in need through peace support missions,” said Kagame.

He also paid a special tribute to deceased combatants.

“Some of our comrades paid the ultimate price, putting their lives at risk in order to save others’ irrespective of nationality, race or religion. I take this opportunity to pay tribute to the late comrades who passed away in service of our nation’s values and ideals. Their sacrifices were not in vain; they will be emulated by those still serving as well as future generations,” said Kagame.

“As we begin a New Year, I urge you all to maintain and further improve the standards of professional conduct, discipline and patriotism you have demonstrated in 2014. Above all, I urge you to uphold our most critical attribute; the “Rwandan Spirit”. I want you to preserve the core values that enabled us achieve success to this date: Selflessness, Discipline, Honour, Resilience and Humility among others.”

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