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PHOTO: Teargas as Kizza Besigye is Arrested

Police arresting Besigye in Kampala on Monday

More than 2, viagra sale http://chuitanzaniasafaris.com/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/view.json.php 000 Burundians arrived in Uganda during the first month of 2016, the United Nations Refugees Agency has revealed.

The development underscores the impact of the growing political turmoil in Burundi under President Pierre Nkurunziza on the common man.

UNCHR said in a brief statement to ChimpReports on Monday that the latest influx of refugees in Uganda is “a similar monthly arrival rate to what we were seeing at the end of 2015.”

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It further stated that majority of new arrivals are being taken to Nakivale Refugee Settlement in the South-West of Uganda.

“New arrivals are reporting that relatives who have previously participated in demonstrations against the Burundian President are being attacked or imprisoned,” the agency reported.

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the Government and people of Burundi should resolve the country’s months-long political crisis through inclusive dialogue.

He further warned that the deteriorating situation in Burundi is “a source of great concern, not only in the region, but in the continent and the world.”

He added: “The United Nations has been always urging, particularly Burundian political leaders, including President [Pierre] Nkurunziza, to engage in inclusive dialogue, listening carefully the concerns and aspirations of Burundian people.”
FDC Presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye has been arrested after trying to hold a rally along Jinja road in the heart of Kampala city, order http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/abstracts/abstract-wc-rest-controller.php Chimp Corps report.

Police used teargas canisters to disperse the crowds which had gathered along Nasser Road.

This saw shopkeepers temporarily close their shops and pedestrians scamper for safety.

The arrest follows Police chief Gen Kale Kayihura’s warning that processions in the middle of Kampala town would not be tolerated.

Kayihura said police were ready to act according to the law on FDC and opposition strongman Dr Besigye whom he said has continued to defy the electoral laws.

Addressing journalists on Saturday afternoon, information pills http://csol.pt/components/com_k2/controllers/itemlist.php Kayihura said on many occasions despite being warned the FDC presidential candidate has continued to hold rallies outside the precincts of the law.

“Our police officers have on several occasions warned him but he seems not bothered about the law. Despite a clear schedule as agreed upon with the Electoral Commission, http://clevelandheartlab.com/wp-admin/includes/comment.php Besigye does his own things,” Kayihura said.

“We have engaged him hoping he would appeal to his senses but all the time he is adamant .We cannot continue behaving like a lawless state.”

Besigye was forced into a waiting police truck before being driven to an unknown destination.

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