The hunt for one of Uganda’s most wanted men, viagra 60mg http://corepr.pl/old/wp-includes/user.php Tom Voltaire Okwalinga, decease http://danielpyne.com/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/templates/default/bbpress/feedback-no-access.php has intensified with police reportedly arresting Robert Shaka alias Maverick from his residence in Kampala.
It is reported security picked Shaka at 5:00am on Monday on charges related to computer misuse.
Police spokesperson, more about Fred Enanga said he was yet to get a brief on the development.
“I don’t have that information,” said Enanga when contacted by ChimpReports today.
Shaka is an information security expert based in Washington DC.
His mother participated in the 1990 war that brought the Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) to power in 1994.
Shaka has severally interfaced with detectives as police hunt down Okwalinga.
An old student of Kings’ College Buddo, Shaka is suspected of being part of the Okwalinga cyber project that has rattled government for years.
A Facebook account under the pseudo name Tom Voltaire Okwalinga has for the last five years been claiming access to classified information.
However, the better part of Okwalinga’s leaks have either been false or fabricated but highly sensational.
Some people have as well used the Facebook account to leak sensitive security information, especially the recordings of police boss Gen Kale Kayihura’s meetings with informants.
Highly placed sources told Chimpreports that Shaka’s alleged arrest is part of a wider investigation by President Museveni into abuse of social media.
Museveni recently ordered Kayihura to cause an investigation into misuse of social media applications especially WhatsApp after listening to a sectarian abusive exchange between a Mukiga and Muhima woman.
Shaka recently told this website’s Managing Editor, Giles Muhame that he is not Okwalinga. He has equally denied the charge in other media outlets.
Two days before his alleged arrest, Shaka shared on his Facebook wall:
“Our freedom is intertwined with your freedom. Our dreams are intertwined with your dreams. Our fears and aspirations are intertwined with yours. If you are not free then am not free either. If you suffer from economic insecurity then I must also. When you celebrate in a unity of purpose, I celebrate with you. If you’re sad we have no reason to be happy; we must walk with you. We must hold each other’s hand and walk together. That is how we build strong communities of men and women.”
In neighboring Kenya, and http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/mailchimp/tests/test-sample.php Uganda Cranes and former SC Villa center forward Karim Ndugwa played an important part in between the goal posts as AFC Leopards clawed Sam Timbe’s Sofapaka by 1-0.
The striker cum goalkeeper saved a late penalty after Lamine Dialo prevented a goal bound shot using his arm forcing the Batoto Ba Mungu side to play with a man less.
The game was earlier in doubt when several players confided to the media that they won’t make it for the game due to financial constraints. Karim offered himself for the goal post duty after all three keeper’s absconded duty.
Earlier on, Sofapaka head coach Sam Timbe survived after being roughed up by AFC Leopards stewards at the Nyayo National Stadium when he tried to access the venue for warm up ahead of the clash.
The Ugandan escaped with injuries when his players came to his rescue beating up the six stewards who in turn fled for their lives.
“What they did is very wrong, the rules are clear, teams have a right to access the field of play before a match and I do not understand why they were preventing me from entering the pitch. I have however forgiven them but the club should take action to ensure that this does not happen to any other coach” Timbe told a Kenyan media