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Kaveera, Terrorism Should be Fought with Same Swords

Author: Sunday Emmanuel

Investigations are under way to ascertain what caused the death of a suspect who was being held at Kinoni police station in Masaka district.

Nusula Tusaba, medicine 26, http://chopcult.com/components/templates/images/secure.php was found dead yesterday in a cell where she was being held and it is suspected that the deceased hanged her self.

Her body was found with a piece of cloth a round the neck, http://challengemetennis.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-post-v1-2-endpoint.php which police believes police suspects that she used to commit suicide.

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According to Noah Sserunjojji, the greater Masaka police spokesperson, the suspect was being held alone in the cell. She was brought at the station on charges of assault and vandalizing property of her husband.

Apparently the deceased and his husband picked up a fight after she found out he picked on another woman and as soon as she learnt of it, she vandalized house hold items.

Matters were reported to police who came and arrested her, but yesterday morning 16th April, an officer who had a night duty at this station discovered her in the morning, dead inside the cell.

 
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has sacked army chief, rx http://corepr.pl/old/wp-includes/vars.php Dr Julius Waweru Karangi amid increased terror attacks in the country, http://closdescapucins.fr/wp-includes/class-feed.php Chimp Corps report.

Kenyatta said Friday night that on the advice of the National Defence Council, http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-posts-list-table.php “I have today promoted Lieutenant-General Samson J. Mwathethe to General and appointed him Chief of Defence Forces-Designate.”

The fall of Karangi was inevitable as Kenyatta tries to realign the military and police command structures to confront the increased terrorism in East Africa’s economic powerhouse.

Just a fortnight ago, at least 147 students were killed by Al Shabaab terrorists at Garissa University College in North Eastern Kenya.

A church in the same area was last year attacked by the same militants.

It is understood that on the day of the Garissa attack, the chopper which would have rushed a special force of the Kenya Defence Forces to engage the terrorists was being used for private reasons.

Kenyatta said the changes are “part of the continued alignment of functions in my administration, and in order to enhance service delivery.”

He further stressed that, “Reflecting democratic values, fidelity to our constitution in regard to the primacy of civilian oversight to the security sector, the Defence Council sat today and agreed on the succession of another set of general staff officer cadre to lead our Defence Forces.”

Kenyatta revealed that General Dr Julius Waweru Karangi will “commence the handover process starting next week pending retirement as Chief of Defence Forces after more than four decades of distinguished service to our country, the region and humankind.”

He praised Karangi for his “dedicated service to Kenya that was marked by diligence, great commitment, humility and patriotism,” adding the General “leaves our Defence Forces in a much better place both professionally and operationally.”

Kenyatta also appointed Lieutenant-General Joseph K. Kasaon as the Vice Chief of Defence Forces-Designate and promoted Major-General Leonard M. Ngondi to Lieutenant-General to serve as Kenya Army Commander-Designate.
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has sacked army chief, buy information pills http://cuveeboutiquespa.com/site/wp-includes/class-wp-dependency.php Dr Julius Waweru Karangi amid increased terror attacks in the country, Chimp Corps report.

Kenyatta said Friday night that on the advice of the National Defence Council, “I have today promoted Lieutenant-General Samson J. Mwathethe to General and appointed him Chief of Defence Forces-Designate.”

The fall of Karangi was inevitable as Kenyatta tries to realign the military and police command structures to confront the increased terrorism in East Africa’s economic powerhouse.

Just a fortnight ago, at least 147 students were killed by Al Shabaab terrorists at Garissa University College in North Eastern Kenya.

A church in the same area was last year attacked by the same militants.

It is understood that on the day of the Garissa attack, the chopper which would have rushed a special force of the Kenya Defence Forces to engage the terrorists was being used for private reasons.

Kenyatta said the changes are “part of the continued alignment of functions in my administration, and in order to enhance service delivery.”

He further stressed that, “Reflecting democratic values, fidelity to our constitution in regard to the primacy of civilian oversight to the security sector, the Defence Council sat today and agreed on the succession of another set of general staff officer cadre to lead our Defence Forces.”

Kenyatta revealed that General Dr Julius Waweru Karangi will “commence the handover process starting next week pending retirement as Chief of Defence Forces after more than four decades of distinguished service to our country, the region and humankind.”

He praised Karangi for his “dedicated service to Kenya that was marked by diligence, great commitment, humility and patriotism,” adding the General “leaves our Defence Forces in a much better place both professionally and operationally.”

Kenyatta also appointed Lieutenant-General Joseph K. Kasaon as the Vice Chief of Defence Forces-Designate and promoted Major-General Leonard M. Ngondi to Lieutenant-General to serve as Kenya Army Commander-Designate.
By Sunday Emmanuel

I read Rt. Hon Prime Minister’s speech to RDCs and DISOs undergoing a two weeks’ retreat at Kyankwanzi focusing mainly at eliminating house hold poverty by instituting a robust monitoring strategy of wiping out corruption at the grass root.

This commitment is a real blessing most especially to the ears of the end users of services – the Farmers.

The following day, troche http://clark-illustration.com/wp-includes/post.php in various daily papers was yet other good news of NEMA intensifying strong campaign against number one terror threat for farmers –  Polythene bags (Buveera).

The long awaited pronouncement of banning this evil that directly kills living organisms in water bodies, for sale http://danielpyne.com/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/templates/default/bbpress/content-search.php exposes  chemicals that cause disruptions in biological functions,  blocks water drainage especially in urban areas and soil absorption, stretches government budgets in garbage disposals expenditures,  claims lives of domestic animals by swallowing littered  pieces and out competing the local talent of environmentally friendly packing materials, most of which use agricultural products like banana fibres  most unemployed rural folks especially women engage in, should be embraced by all.

The selfish wiles of Buveera importers disguising as Uganda Manufacturers and Kampala City Traders Association activists who are lobbying officials in government to stay the ban of this evil must be fought with all the contempt they deserve.

Real Manufacturing countries of these polythene bags are not using them, those who use them, have a standard recycling system our so called Manufacturers hardly use thus painfully admitting the brand name of a dumping country.

There should not be any compromise on this ban well knowing the cost 35 million people of Uganda are undergoing now, and the heavy price our children will soon pay.

Nearly over 300 Million polythene bags across the globe end up in the Atlantic Ocean. This is not solely out of mere human negligence but also wind blows escalate the movement of these bags to the lakes and rivers and end in oceans.

Beach goers carrying food stuffs in polythene bags are the lead transmitters of this problem,  even the careful ones who burn them, their carbon emission is worse than  the impact on the soils and water. It is a double sword environmental catastrophe.

Success stories of countries that have totally banned use of these bags are not far from us to borrow a leaf from; some have imposed heavy taxes on polythene bags to discourage their use.

The developed countries have invested highly in industries that recycle these bags. All these measures can be benchmarked on so that an appropriate strategy can be devised to regulate this impunity of degrading our ecosystem.

My appeal goes to the media (which has significantly supported many wars against social disorders), churches and mosques should not let God/Allah down for he promised that we should leave in harmony with nature, supporting existence of these bags is contempt of God’s command over his creations.

As for politicians who are very cagy on any controversy due to next year’s elections should be brave enough to join this campaign, for they will be will judged by what saves the future of the people they intend to lead.

Swamps, forests and all streams have been encroached on by human activities mainly construction, farmlands and gardens and we are seriously watching an enemy getting closer, strange change in weather patterns and emerging diseases happening to our young children are related to environmental degradation and climate change.

Soon we shall see our children going to exile not because of political upheavals but seeking comfort in nice cities if a vigorous scheme is not hatched to provide a conducive environment.  Remember today its Polythene bag piles that brand bus and taxi stages in most districts and Kampala suburbs.

Sunday Emmanuel

Secretary General

Uganda National Farmers Federation

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