Police in Mbarara is holding three men on allegations of cattle theft from areas of Rubaya Sub County.
Nimbisimwa Herbert 32, viagra http://changescale.org/wp-includes/class-wp-meta-query.php Tindiwensi John 45, http://crankygenius.com/wp-includes/rewrite.php Mutonto Kashenyi and Muhwezi Vicent 45, all residents in Rubaya Sub County were on Thursday rounded by Rubaya police after conniving to steal Mauda Kayamba’s cattle from the kraal in Kashare, Rubaya Mbarara district.
The group had moved seven cattle from the kraal to the main road on Mbarara-Masaka before residents organized with crime preventers to capture them before departure.
The area chairman LC III Katanaka Steven, told Chimpreports that cattle theft in the area was on the rise and that in the month of May alone 18 cattle were stolen.
“They also steal and matooke; our farmers are really worried,” he said.
DPC Mbarara regional police station Jaffar Magezi confirmed the arrest of the three suspects and added that he is prepared to fight animal theft in the south western region.
He argued the famers to keep their animals close to them, and to always remain in touch with police in case of such incidents.
President Museveni has commended the private sector for the good work it has done within the Northern Corridor area.
He made the remarks during a dinner that was hosted by the Private Sector in honour of the Heads of State of Uganda, illness http://cyberstudio.biz/main/modules/mod_dn/fields/itemid.php Kenya and Rwanda, viagra order http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/addtoany.services.php who are attending the 10th Northern Corridor Summit that opened this morning at Speke Resort Munyonyo in Kampala.
The dinner was attended by President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya.
“The Private Sector has done good work. I agree with the stand of private sector-led growth. Let us involve them in the growth process, price ” he said. Mr. Museveni informed the guests that the Government of Uganda was giving more attention to the private sector.
He revealed that government is committed to using low cost finance to expand electricity supply and rail network in the country.
He noted that if we use locally produced cement and steel, it would enhance Government development efforts. He also said that plans were underway to manufacture railway slippers within the country.
He revealed that the Government would work with the private sector to refine iron ore and manufacture rail construction materials.
President Museveni reminded Civil Servants that their role was to modernize and develop Uganda. He, therefore, criticized Government officials who tax mineral prospectors and developers before they generate income adding that the practice was not acceptable.
He commended President Kenyatta for abolishing the mentality of some Kenyans who took it that they were doing Uganda a favour by allowing our goods to transit though their country.