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President Museveni has directed Police to arrest three people whose voices have been heard in a trending lurid WhatsApp audio that seems to ridicule the Bahima of Ankole, seek ambulance http://cbvsalvail.ca/wp-includes/class-walker-nav-menu.php Western Uganda.

Responding in an audio clip which government officials are circulating in different WhatsApp groups, Museveni described the unknown individuals as “foolish” and “enemies of unity.”

Museveni described as “unfortunate” the misuse of latest technology communication platforms including social media to spread hate messages and divide people along ethnic lines.

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The President on Saturday said he received a telephone call from First Lady Janet Museveni who said she had listened to the audio whose contents were shocking and disturbing.

“Janet told me that some Ugandans have run mad,” said Museveni.

“I asked her to justify her claim. She sent me a phone where the audio voices of the foolish people. Their claims were false,” he added.

ChimpReports understands the condemned audio portrays the Bahima as a primitive tribe obsessed with sex.

In the audio, the woman claims she is well endowed with a sexual organ which she has put to good use before being loudly cheered on by her alleged mother and a man.

Museveni said NRM holds in contempt the conveyors of such primitive attitudes, warning that the culprits will soon be brought to book.

“Authorities will have these people traced. Police will arrest them for public prosecution so that they reap what they sowed,” warned Museveni who described himself as “Ssabalwanyi” (king of warriors).

The President said human beings are equal before God, adding he will not tolerate discrimination and abuse of tribes.

He maintained that peaceful coexistence of people is the foundation of peace, stability and economic transformation.

“Those foolish people in the WhatsApp audio are using technology to speak nonsense. Government and God will help them reap what they sowed. No one is allowed to trample on other people’s rights,” he added.

Museveni hails from the Hima clan of Ankole.

Buganda Kingdom officials who at one time used the monarchy’s radio station to denounce the Bahima by referring to them as “people with long noses” were arrested and charged with inciting violence.
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Museveni described as “unfortunate” the misuse of latest technology communication platforms including social media to spread hate messages and divide people along ethnic lines.

The President on Saturday said he received a telephone call from First Lady Janet Museveni who said she had listened to the audio whose contents were shocking and disturbing.

“Janet told me that some Ugandans have run mad,” said Museveni.

“I asked her to justify her claim. She sent me a phone where the audio voices of the foolish people. Their claims were false,” he added.

ChimpReports understands the condemned audio portrays the Bahima as a primitive tribe.

Museveni said NRM holds in contempt the conveyors of such primitive attitudes, warning that the culprits will soon be brought to book.

“Authorities will have these people traced. Police will arrest them for public prosecution so that they reap what they sowed,” warned Museveni who described himself as “Ssabalwanyi” (king of warriors).

The President said human beings are equal before God, adding he will not tolerate discrimination and abuse of tribes.

He maintained that peaceful coexistence of people is the foundation of peace, stability and economic transformation.

“Those foolish people in the WhatsApp audio are using technology to speak nonsense. Government and God will help them reap what they sowed. No one is allowed to trample on other people’s rights,” he added.

Museveni hails from the Hima clan of Ankole.

Buganda Kingdom officials who at one time used the monarchy’s radio station to denounce the Bahima by referring to them as “people with long noses” were arrested and charged with inciting violence.
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Responding in an audio clip which government officials are circulating in different WhatsApp groups, Museveni described the unknown individuals as “foolish” and “enemies of unity.”

Museveni described as “unfortunate” the misuse of latest technology communication platforms including social media to spread hate messages and divide people along ethnic lines.

The President on Saturday said he received a telephone call from First Lady Janet Museveni who said she had listened to the audio whose contents were shocking and disturbing.

“Janet told me that some Ugandans have run mad,” said Museveni.

“I asked her to justify her claim. She sent me a phone where the audio voices of the foolish people. Their claims were false,” he added.

ChimpReports understands the condemned audio portrays the Bahima as a primitive tribe.

Museveni said NRM holds in contempt the conveyors of such primitive attitudes, warning that the culprits will soon be brought to book.

“Authorities will have these people traced. Police will arrest them for public prosecution so that they reap what they sowed,” warned Museveni who described himself as “Ssabalwanyi” (king of warriors).

The President said human beings are equal before God, adding he will not tolerate discrimination and abuse of tribes.

He maintained that peaceful coexistence of people is the foundation of peace, stability and economic transformation.

“Those foolish people in the WhatsApp audio are using technology to speak nonsense. Government and God will help them reap what they sowed. No one is allowed to trample on other people’s rights,” he added.

Museveni hails from the Hima clan of Ankole.

Buganda Kingdom officials who at one time used the monarchy’s radio station to denounce the Bahima by referring to them as “people with long noses” were arrested and charged with inciting violence.
‘Micho’ Sredojevic has announced the final list of 26 players who he expects to use for the two upcoming international matches against Gambia and Botswana.

The Cranes are scheduled to play Gambia in a friendly match, information pills http://decisionpro.biz/templates/yoo_revista/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/com_newsfeeds/newsfeed/default.php and a build up to the AFCON 2017 qualifiers against Botswana on Saturday 13th June 2015 four days later.

The Serbian coach has called ST. Georges of Ethiopia trio of Robert Odonkara, approved http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-content/plugins/ait-languages/include/nav-menu.php defender Isaac Isinde and former KCCA FC danger man Brian Umony.

URA FC attacking duo Robert Ssentongo and Yassar Mugerwa are also part of the forwards to create goal scoring opportunities for the Cranes.

Vipers SC youthful goalie James Alitho has been given a maiden senior debut while Gor Mahia left back, Godfrey Walusimbi has been called up to give creative options in the midfield together with Azam fc winger Brian Majwega.

The biggest miss include Vietnam based duo of Moses Oloya and Geoffrey ‘Baba’ Kizito and El Merreikh keeper Salim Jamal.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Denis Onyango, Robert Odongkara,James Alitho

Defenders: Isaac Isinde ,Denis Iguma, Alex Kakuba, Denis Okot, Brian Ochwo, Richard Kassaga, Shafik Bakaki, Hassan Wasswa

Midfielders: Derrick Tekkwo,  Khalid Aucho, Boban Zirintuusa,Yasser Mugerwa, Keziron Kizito, Farouk Miya, Saidi Kyeyune, Wiliam Luwagga Kizito, Godfrey Walusimbi, Brian Majwega

Strikers:Geoffrey Massa,Robert Ssentongo,Brian Umony,Yunus Sentamu,John Semazzi .

 


All is set for Uganda to host the 21st Congress and 2nd ICT Exhibition of the East Africa Communications Organisation (EACO) in June, symptoms http://daiviet.us/wp-includes/class-wp-user-query.php officials said Saturday.

The twin-event shall take place at the Sheraton Hotel Kampala from June 22-26, http://checkhimout.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-themes-list-table.php 2015.

Hosted by the Uganda Communications Commission, http://codesiconsulting.com/wp-includes/plugin.php the 21st EACO Congress, whose theme is: “Digital Inclusion in East Africa”, shall take place at the same venue on June 26, 2015.

Among others, there will be a Ministerial Round Table (for Ministers responsible for ICT in EAC), election of the new chairperson, and consideration and approval of amendments to the Constitution.

President Museveni has been invited to be the Guest of Honour.

This Congress will attract at least 300 delegates.

These will include Dr Richard Sezibera (Secretary General of East African Community), Mr Jose Toscano (Director General of the International Telecommunications Satellite Organisation), his deputy, Mr Patrick Masambu (former Executive Director of UCC).

Mr Abdoulkarim Soumaila (Secretary General of Africa Telecommunications Union), Mr Younouss Djibrine, Secretary General of Pan Africa Postal Union), and Andrew Andrew Rugege (ITU Regional Director for Africa) will also attend.

UCC said in a statement on Saturday that there will be a Ministerial Round Table for Ministers responsible for ICTs to discuss the developments and trends in the ICT sector in the East African region.

The meeting also aims to enhance awareness of the ministers on the role of EACO in the regional ICT eco-system.

Pre-Congress Workshop on Digital Inclusion and Internet Governance

The Congress will be preceded a Workshop on Digital Inclusion and Internet Governance, which is intended to reinforce the theme of the Congress.

“It targets policy makers, legislators, ICT-affiliated organisations, academia, EACO members, ICT consumer organisations, among other stakeholders. The workshop will be facilitated by the Internet Society, a partner on capacity building on Internet-related issues,” reads part of the statement by UCC.

As part its capacity building and ICT awareness programmes, EACO institutionalised a regional ICT Exhibition for the five EAC Members States which is organised every two years side by side with its Congress.

The maiden EACO Exhibition was held in Nairobi in June 2013. UCC, in conjunction with EACO’s Ad hoc Committee on ICT Exhibition, is organising the exhibition.

These exhibitions, which attract local, regional and international ICT exhibitors aims to gain new knowledge and build their capacities; interact and  share experiences; network and create partnerships.

They will also showcase their products, innovative services and ICT solutions; promote the creation of wealth through research and innovation; and help EACO expand its revenue-generation base.

EACO, originally called the East African Communications Organisation (EACO), and formerly the East African Regulators, Postal & Telecom Operators Organisation (EAPTO), was formed in the late 1990s by the national regulators and incumbent telecom and postal operators in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda – the then only three member states of the East African Community.

In 2009, the national ICT regulators and operators from Rwanda and Burundi joined the organisation after the two countries became EAC members.

In 2010 the name of the organisation changed to EACO largely due to the convergence of technologies and expansion of the mandate of the national ICT regulators to cover broadcasting.
Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged Kenyans to have a self-reflection and do what is right to make the country great, cure http://daisho.ca/wp-content/plugins/podpress/getid3/extension.cache.dbm.php Chimp Corps report.

He said if every citizen did what was right before God and fellow compatriots, troche http://cenariospizza.com/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader.php the country would not face some of the challenges it has had to experience.

The President challenged leaders to do in private what they proclaimed in public, saying if that was done the country would not suffer incidents like inter-ethnic conflict.

“Are you sincere about what you say when you stand at the podium and when you go back to your community? Are we sacrificing on offering the positions that God and the people of this nation have given us to do what is right?” President Kenyatta posed.

The President was speaking Saturday at the Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi when he led Kenyans in praying for the nation during this year’s National Prayer Breakfast organized by Parliament.

The Head of State appealed to leaders not to lead double lives by preaching water but drink wine when not in the public eye.

Deputy President William Ruto thanked God for guiding the country through good and hard times. “Yes, we have many challenges. Yes, we have many mountains but even as we pray to God to intervened, there are many more things that we should thank God for,” the Deputy President said.

Citing the example of security, the Deputy President noted that despite the huge challenge that terrorism poses to security in the country, it has not managed to divide Kenyans.

“We need to thank God that we are still a united nation although terrorism was intended to divide us on tribal lines,” the Deputy President said.

Speaking during the occasion, Kamukunji Member of Parliament Abdi Yusuf Hassan gave a moving account of his suffering from terrorism and called on Kenyans not to allow themselves to be divided on religious grounds.

Other speakers included Business magnate and philanthropist Strive Masiyiwa, National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi and his Senate counterpart Ekwe Ethuro.

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