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Kenyatta: Al Shabaab Want to Form Caliphate in Kenya

The suspected planner of Garissa attacks

Two second half goals by the visitors saw tax collectors Uganda Revenue Authority’s chances of proceeding to the next round of the CAF Confederation Cup come to an end after being held to a draw by South Africa’s Orlando Pirates.

The home side took the lead throughout the first half, sickness http://cprocom.com/portal/modules/mod_janews_fp/elements/japaramhelper.php thanks to the 36th minute strike from Yasser Mugerwa that went past Buccaneers shot stopper Mhlongo straight to the top right corner and sending the fans into frenzy.

Goal scorer Yasser Mugerwa in action against Orlando Pirates on Saturday.

Goal scorer Yasser Mugerwa in action against Orlando Pirates on Saturday.

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URA had a few more chances but only to be wasted by their boys including Patrick Ochan and Said Kyeyune.

Immediately after recess, viagra the visitors capitalised on a loose marking error by the tax collectors’ defence for   Mpha Makola restored parity before skipper Oupa Manyisa scored the second for the South African to take lead at Mandela National Stadium Namboole on Saturday evening.

URA skipper Simon Masaba was left  dazzled.

URA skipper Simon Masaba was left dazzled.

The tax collectors however fought back as they created many chances thanks to Simon Masaba and Yasser Mugerwa who were at their peak and their efforts later paid off as Frank Kalanda scored the equaliser in added time but this was not enough for the home side to go through to the next round with the game ending 4-3 on aggregate in favour of the visitors.

It was clearly evident that the home side who created a lot of chances only to be wasted by their forwards missed the services of their top marksman Robert Ssentongo who was shown marching orders during their game with Madagascan side Elgeco Plus.

URA's Patrick Ochan in action on Saturday.

URA’s Patrick Ochan in action on Saturday.

In an interview with Chimp Sport, the visitors’ Serbian tactician Vladimir Vermezovic said that his boys didn’t play well in the first half but noted that things changed after the break.

“I talked to them at half time and they responded well. However we hadknown them (URA) from the last game we played at home and any time we would go past them. That’s now a gone case and what is important now is that the competition is getting stronger and look forward to the draw and go as far as we can,” said Vermezovic.

However, URA tactician Alex Isabirye applauded his boys for the job well done but noted that a few defensive mistakes cost them the match.

“We conceded due to loose marking but the boys played well,” Isabirye noted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Two second half goals by the visitors saw tax collectors Uganda Revenue Authority’s chances of proceeding to the next round of the CAF Confederation Cup come to an end after being held to a draw by South Africa’s Orlando Pirates.

The home side took the lead throughout the first half, viagra approved http://clasharama.com/wp-includes/pluggable.php thanks to the 36th minute strike from Yasser Mugerwa that went past Buccaneers shot stopper Mhlongo straight to the top right corner and sending the fans into frenzy.

Goal scorer Yasser Mugerwa in action against Orlando Pirates on Saturday.

Goal scorer Yasser Mugerwa in action against Orlando Pirates on Saturday.

URA had a few more chances but only to be wasted by their boys including Patrick Ochan and Said Kyeyune.

Immediately after recess, pharm http://conceive.ca/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/menu/compatibility-packages.php the visitors capitalised on a loose marking error by the tax collectors’ defence for   Mpha Makola restored parity before skipper Oupa Manyisa scored the second for the South African to take lead at Mandela National Stadium Namboole on Saturday evening.

URA skipper Simon Masaba was left  dazzled.

URA skipper Simon Masaba was left dazzled.

The tax collectors however fought back as they created many chances thanks to Simon Masaba and Yasser Mugerwa who were at their peak and their efforts later paid off as Frank Kalanda scored the equaliser in added time but this was not enough for the home side to go through to the next round with the game ending 4-3 on aggregate in favour of the visitors.

It was clearly evident that the home side who created a lot of chances only to be wasted by their forwards missed the services of their top marksman Robert Ssentongo who was shown marching orders during their game with Madagascan side Elgeco Plus.

URA's Patrick Ochan in action on Saturday.

URA’s Patrick Ochan in action on Saturday.

In an interview with Chimp Sport, http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/related-posts.php the visitors’ Serbian tactician Vladimir Vermezovic said that his boys didn’t play well in the first half but noted that things changed after the break.

“I talked to them at half time and they responded well. However we hadknown them (URA) from the last game we played at home and any time we would go past them. That’s now a gone case and what is important now is that the competition is getting stronger and look forward to the draw and go as far as we can,” said Vermezovic.

However, URA tactician Alex Isabirye applauded his boys for the job well done but noted that a few defensive mistakes cost them the match.

“We conceded due to loose marking but the boys played well,” Isabirye noted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

.
Two second half goals by the visitors saw tax collectors Uganda Revenue Authority’s chances of proceeding to the next round of the CAF Confederation Cup come to an end after being held to a draw by South Africa’s Orlando Pirates.

The home side took the lead throughout the first half, cialis 40mg http://deltaalphapihonorsociety.org/wp-includes/ms-functions.php thanks to the 36th minute strike from Yasser Mugerwa that went past Buccaneers shot stopper Brighton Mhlongo straight to the top right corner and sending the fans into frenzy.

Goal scorer Yasser Mugerwa in action against Orlando Pirates on Saturday.

Goal scorer Yasser Mugerwa in action against Orlando Pirates on Saturday.

URA had a few more chances but only to be wasted by their boys including Patrick Ochan and Said Kyeyune.

Immediately after recess, viagra sale http://couragelion.org/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-installer-skin.php the visitors capitalised on a loose marking error by the tax collectors’ defence for   Mpha Makola restored parity before skipper Oupa Manyisa scored the second for the South African to take lead at Mandela National Stadium Namboole on Saturday evening.

URA skipper Simon Masaba was left  dazzled.

URA skipper Simon Masaba was left dazzled.

The tax collectors however fought back as they created many chances thanks to Simon Masaba and Yasser Mugerwa who were at their peak and their efforts later paid off as Frank Kalanda scored the equaliser in added time but this was not enough for the home side to go through to the next round with the game ending 4-3 on aggregate in favour of the visitors.

It was clearly evident that the home side who created a lot of chances only to be wasted by their forwards missed the services of their top marksman Robert Ssentongo who was shown marching orders during their game with Madagascan side Elgeco Plus.

URA's Patrick Ochan in action on Saturday.

URA’s Patrick Ochan in action on Saturday.

In an interview with Chimp Sport, the visitors’ Serbian tactician Vladimir Vermezovic said that his boys didn’t play well in the first half but noted that things changed after the break.

“I talked to them at half time and they responded well. However we hadknown them (URA) from the last game we played at home and any time we would go past them. That’s now a gone case and what is important now is that the competition is getting stronger and look forward to the draw and go as far as we can,” said Vermezovic.

However, URA tactician Alex Isabirye applauded his boys for the job well done but noted that a few defensive mistakes cost them the match.

“We conceded due to loose marking but the boys played well,” Isabirye noted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kenya president Uhuru Kenyatta said Saturday that radical Islamic Al Shabaab militants who killed at least 147 students in a grisly attack on Garissa University College on April 2 will not be allowed to form a caliphate in the North eastern part of the country.

A caliphate is an Islamic government led by a caliph —a person considered a political and religious successor to the prophet Muhammad and a leader of the entire Muslim community.

The deadly ISIS group has since put in place a caliphate spreading from Northern Iraq to sections of Syria, unhealthy http://comarsa.com.pe/cache/1830434fc6ca7a5d90a63b587ad826c9-cache–7ea10aae09fd19486ca071ca380ce5b9.php causing unprecedented terror against Christian communities.

“We tell those who believe that a Caliphate is possible in Kenya that we are one indivisible, page http://ciencialili.org/libraries/gantry/core/renderers/gantrydebugmainbodyrenderer.class.php sovereign, and democratic state. That fact will never change,” vowed Kenyatta in a national address on Saturday.

“Our forefathers bled and died for this nation and we will do everything to defend our way of life.”

Kenyatta said it was “unfortunate that a false narrative is being propagated that Kenyan Somalis and Muslims are victims of marginalisation and oppression by the rest of Kenya.”

He emphasised: “Nothing could be further from the truth. They enjoy the full rights, privileges and duties of every Kenyan. In those areas that have received less recognition and support from past governments, our Constitution has made provisions

A large amount of extra financial resources and services are being provided, and Kenyan Somalis and Muslims form a vital part of our national economic and political life. We are one. I urge all my brothers and sisters in the affected regions, and across the country, to not allow those who hide and abet the terrorists to compromise and even destroy the development that is fast growing in your area.”

Kenyatta has since declared three days of mourning to remember the lives tragically cut short during what he described as the “heinous attack” on Garissa by Al Shabaab militants.

The President said the “mindless slaughter” orchestrated by radical Muslim was the “most lethal terrorist attack on Kenya since the 1998 US Embassy bombing,” adding, “During the day-long ordeal, the terrorists took more than 800 students hostage; thankfully, more than 600 were rescued.”

He said terrorists are trying to divide Kenyans to weak the nation thus allowing them continue with their murderous acts.

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“There is more infrastructure being built than ever before; more of your children are being enrolled in schools and colleges; more services are being delivered; and the economic transformation of the country will benefit you and your descendants, as they will all Kenyans,” said Kenyatta.

“The terrorists promise only death, poverty and terror; I am certain that your choice, as expressed in your determination to work with the government to defeat them, will be for development and progress.

Through the pain and anger that we are all feeling, we must come to the painful realisation that evil with its persistent desire to destroy and undermine need succeed only once for every hundred attempts that we foil. One chance is all they need to unleash their barbaric medieval slaughter upon our people and children,” he added.

“Our security demands that we continue the difficult and daunting task of identifying, separating, tracking and deterring the enemy not only in Kenya but in Somalia, alongside our African and international allies. This is why I am calling on all leaders, at all levels of government, in civil society and in the political opposition to speak in a united voice that reflects the importance of sustaining this initiative. All leaders should treat national security as a subject that demands the weightiest consideration.”

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