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Rwanda Rules out Kagere’s Amavubi ‘Citizenship’

Meddie Kagere

 

The second witness in the trial of 13 people suspected of masterminding the July 10 Kampala bombings that killed more than 70 people has admitted that he was manipulated into joining the blood-spattered mission.

Idris Nsubuga who was in September 2011 convicted of terrorism related charges before being sentenced to 25 years at Kigo prison continued with his testimony on Thursday, advice http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/formatting.php telling court that after the twin bombings at Lugogo and Ethiopian Village Restaurant, http://danielpyne.com/wp-content/plugins/bbpress/templates/default/bbpress-functions.php he maintained communication with Hassan Luyima who was responsible for the bomb at Kabalagala.

Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe was in court to record the confession.

Excerpts:

“The following day (July 11, http://darioergas.org/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/inc/custom-header.php 2010) at around 7:00pm after the Juma prayers at King Fahad Mosque in Kampala, Hassan took me aside and asked whether the bomb at Makindye house had exploded.

I told him that it had been found before exploding. He was furious that it had not happened as he wanted.

Hassan said he wanted the whole of Makindye House razed down because it was one of the biggest pork joints in town. He at this time told me he was scared he would be arrested if detectives got his finger prints on the explosives.

Hassan then fled the following morning to South Sudan using a bus. He kept complaining that he was not having peace of mind in South Sudan.

Issa Luyima also fled the country to Kenya where he kept in touch with me via Email.

I opened an Email account under the name ‘Mike Katende’ before sharing the password with Issa. Whenever any one of us had something to tell the other, one would write an email and then save it in drafts which the other person would open, read and later delete in order to avoid detection.

Issa ordered me to evacuate the property from the safe house to Hassan’s home in Sseguku which I did five days after the attacks.

He kept sending me money through Biashara Forex Bureau along Johnston Street in Kampala which partly I used to transport the mattresses, JVC TV set, DVD player, remotes and carpet from the safe house in Namasuba to Sseguku.

In one of the emails, Issa told me to visit Dr. Ismail Kalule’s clinic near Aldina mosque in Ntinda to check on a patient.

Dr Kalule worked on the warrant production for the patient whom I later got to identify as Mohamud Mugisha who had been on remand at Luzira prison for forging a Ugandan passport.

He was later released before returning to the mosque.

Nsubuga is Arrested

It was Hassan Luyima who led to his arrest in August 2010. He was apprehended by security operatives after returning from Sudan where he could not live due to the harsh weather conditions.

On 2 August, he called me saying he urgently wanted to meet me. We agreed to meet at an internet café at Twese plaza in Kampala.

I waited till 6:00pm in vain. He was nowhere to be seen.

He later called me, saying we could meet in Najjanankumbi. I didn’t find him there. But I got suspicious as his voice over the phone was shaky.

He kept on calling me but I didn’t pick up until I returned home.

Five minutes after entering my house, I heard cars parking with armed men jumping off while cocking their guns. I then opened the back door to escape from the House but the whole area was full of operatives.

I was then handcuffed before being ordered to enter the house. They asked whether I knew about the bomb blasts that had killed people at Kyaddondo and Kabalagala.

I denied having knowledge of the blasts until when Hassan was brought in. I became speechless. The armed operatives locked up the house before taking us.

After 5 days, I was brought back for the house search. The phone I had dismantled and thrown into the latrine was retrieved.

I was able to identify a picture shown to me of the Somali suicide bomber with whom I had detonated the bombs at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds on July 10, 2010.

Witness Apologises

I am sorry for being manipulated into joining the mission that led to death of many people who were watching the World Cup Finals at Kyaddondo.

The people deserve justice. I had to come out and tell people what transpired but I regret and say ‘sorry’ to the nation.

I am asking for forgiveness for what I did and I promise never to get involved in such activities again but all in all I have no grudge with the suspects because before this we were one family.
The second witness in the trial of 13 people suspected of masterminding the July 10 Kampala bombings that killed more than 70 people has admitted that he was manipulated into joining the blood-spattered mission.

Idris Nsubuga who was in September 2011 convicted of terrorism related charges before being sentenced to 25 years at Kigo prison continued with his testimony on Thursday, sildenafil http://chasingjamesbeard.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/polldaddy.php telling court that after the twin bombings at Lugogo and Ethiopian Village Restaurant, more about http://degrisogono.com/safe/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/inc/template-functions.php he maintained communication with Hassan Luyima who was responsible for the bomb at Kabalagala.

Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe was in court to record the confession.

(See Nsubuga’s previous confession)

Excerpts:

“The following day (July 11, link 2010) at around 7:00pm after the Juma prayers at King Fahad Mosque in Kampala, Hassan took me aside and asked whether the bomb at Makindye house had exploded.

I told him that it had been found before exploding. He was furious that it had not happened as he wanted.

Hassan said he wanted the whole of Makindye House razed down because it was one of the biggest pork joints in town. He at this time told me he was scared he would be arrested if detectives got his finger prints on the explosives.

Hassan then fled the following morning to South Sudan using a bus. He kept complaining that he was not having peace of mind in South Sudan.

Issa Luyima also fled the country to Kenya where he kept in touch with me via Email.

I opened an Email account under the name ‘Mike Katende’ before sharing the password with Issa. Whenever any one of us had something to tell the other, one would write an email and then save it in drafts which the other person would open, read and later delete in order to avoid detection.

Issa ordered me to evacuate the property from the safe house to Hassan’s home in Sseguku which I did five days after the attacks.

He kept sending me money through Biashara Forex Bureau along Johnston Street in Kampala which partly I used to transport the mattresses, JVC TV set, DVD player, remotes and carpet from the safe house in Namasuba to Sseguku.

In one of the emails, Issa told me to visit Dr. Ismail Kalule’s clinic near Aldina mosque in Ntinda to check on a patient.

Dr Kalule worked on the warrant production for the patient whom I later got to identify as Mohamud Mugisha who had been on remand at Luzira prison for forging a Ugandan passport.

He was later released before returning to the mosque.

Nsubuga is Arrested

It was Hassan Luyima who led to his arrest in August 2010. He was apprehended by security operatives after returning from Sudan where he could not live due to the harsh weather conditions.

On 2 August, he called me saying he urgently wanted to meet me. We agreed to meet at an internet café at Twese plaza in Kampala.

I waited till 6:00pm in vain. He was nowhere to be seen.

He later called me, saying we could meet in Najjanankumbi. I didn’t find him there. But I got suspicious as his voice over the phone was shaky.

He kept on calling me but I didn’t pick up until I returned home.

Five minutes after entering my house, I heard cars parking with armed men jumping off while cocking their guns. I then opened the back door to escape from the House but the whole area was full of operatives.

I was then handcuffed before being ordered to enter the house. They asked whether I knew about the bomb blasts that had killed people at Kyaddondo and Kabalagala.

I denied having knowledge of the blasts until when Hassan was brought in. I became speechless. The armed operatives locked up the house before taking us.

After 5 days, I was brought back for the house search. The phone I had dismantled and thrown into the latrine was retrieved.

I was able to identify a picture shown to me of the Somali suicide bomber with whom I had detonated the bombs at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds on July 10, 2010.

Witness Apologises

I am sorry for being manipulated into joining the mission that led to death of many people who were watching the World Cup Finals at Kyaddondo.

The people deserve justice. I had to come out and tell people what transpired but I regret and say ‘sorry’ to the nation.

I am asking for forgiveness for what I did and I promise never to get involved in such activities again but all in all I have no grudge with the suspects because before this we were one family.
The second witness in the trial of 13 people suspected of masterminding the July 10 Kampala bombings that killed more than 70 people has admitted that he was manipulated into joining the blood-spattered mission.

Idris Nsubuga who was in September 2011 convicted of terrorism related charges before being sentenced to 25 years at Kigo prison continued with his testimony on Thursday, dosage http://cuentajovencoprocenva.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/itemform.php telling court that after the twin bombings at Lugogo and Ethiopian Village Restaurant, viagra http://cuveeboutiquespa.com/site/wp-includes/session.php he maintained communication with Hassan Luyima who was responsible for the bomb at Kabalagala.

Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe was in court to record the confession.

(See Nsubuga’s previous confession)

Excerpts:

“The following day (July 11, http://cotro.com/wp-includes/default-constants.php 2010) at around 7:00pm after the Juma prayers at King Fahad Mosque in Kampala, Hassan took me aside and asked whether the bomb at Makindye house had exploded.

I told him that it had been found before exploding. He was furious that it had not happened as he wanted.

Hassan said he wanted the whole of Makindye House razed down because it was one of the biggest pork joints in town. He at this time told me he was scared he would be arrested if detectives got his finger prints on the explosives.

Hassan then fled the following morning to South Sudan using a bus. He kept complaining that he was not having peace of mind in South Sudan.

Issa Luyima also fled the country to Kenya where he kept in touch with me via Email.

I opened an Email account under the name ‘Mike Katende’ before sharing the password with Issa. Whenever any one of us had something to tell the other, one would write an email and then save it in drafts which the other person would open, read and later delete in order to avoid detection.

Issa ordered me to evacuate the property from the safe house to Hassan’s home in Sseguku which I did five days after the attacks.

He kept sending me money through Biashara Forex Bureau along Johnston Street in Kampala which partly I used to transport the mattresses, JVC TV set, DVD player, remotes and carpet from the safe house in Namasuba to Sseguku.

In one of the emails, Issa told me to visit Dr. Ismail Kalule’s clinic near Aldina mosque in Ntinda to check on a patient.

Dr Kalule worked on the warrant production for the patient whom I later got to identify as Mohamud Mugisha who had been on remand at Luzira prison for forging a Ugandan passport.

He was later released before returning to the mosque.

Nsubuga is Arrested

It was Hassan Luyima who led to his arrest in August 2010. He was apprehended by security operatives after returning from Sudan where he could not live due to the harsh weather conditions.

On 2 August, he called me saying he urgently wanted to meet me. We agreed to meet at an internet café at Twese plaza in Kampala.

I waited till 6:00pm in vain. He was nowhere to be seen.

He later called me, saying we could meet in Najjanankumbi. I didn’t find him there. But I got suspicious as his voice over the phone was shaky.

He kept on calling me but I didn’t pick up until I returned home.

Five minutes after entering my house, I heard cars parking with armed men jumping off while cocking their guns. I then opened the back door to escape from the House but the whole area was full of operatives.

I was then handcuffed before being ordered to enter the house. They asked whether I knew about the bomb blasts that had killed people at Kyaddondo and Kabalagala.

I denied having knowledge of the blasts until when Hassan was brought in. I became speechless. The armed operatives locked up the house before taking us.

After 5 days, I was brought back for the house search. The phone I had dismantled and thrown into the latrine was retrieved.

I was able to identify a picture shown to me of the Somali suicide bomber with whom I had detonated the bombs at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds on July 10, 2010.

Witness Apologises

I am sorry for being manipulated into joining the mission that led to death of many people who were watching the World Cup Finals at Kyaddondo.

The people deserve justice. I had to come out and tell people what transpired but I regret and say ‘sorry’ to the nation.

I am asking for forgiveness for what I did and I promise never to get involved in such activities again but all in all I have no grudge with the suspects because before this we were one family.
President Museveni has made a shake-up in the intelligence community, healing http://compuaprende.com/components/com_community/templates/jomsocial/layouts/email.events.joinrequest.text.php dropping the powerful External Security Organisation (ESO) boss, online http://centristnetblog.com/wp-includes/class-wp-oembed-controller.php Robert Masolo.

Masolo was replaced by Joseph Ocwet, http://chrisbevingtonorganisation.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-modules-list-table.php Uganda’s former Ambassador to the African Union.

However, highly placed sources said Masolo was sent to Foreign Affairs Ministry awaiting deployment.

Museveni was expected to make changes in the intelligence community when he dropped army commander Gen Aronda Nyakairima and then Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi.

This was after an attack on Mbuya barracks by armed militants and fleeing of Gen David Sejusa into exile.

The reasons behind Masolo’s exit remain unclear.

He has served as Director General ESO for 8 years, having joined intelligence a few years after President Museveni seized power in 1986.

Nevertheless, there has been talk of intrigue, death threats and power struggles in ESO.

Masolo was reportedly appointed on the recommendation of Amama Mbabazi with whom they worked closely to thwart external threats against government.

“Masolo executed his assignments professionally. That’s why President Museveni kept him in such a sensitive position for so long,” said a source.
Rwanda national team head coach John McKinstry has reiterated that he will not call up Ugandan-born Rwanda striker Meddie Kagere to the Amavubi squad despite his stupendous club form.

Kagere has scored a whooping nine goals for the Kenya premier league leaders, cialis 40mg http://chaudharylaw.com/wp-admin/includes/schema.php Gor Mahia and also tops the scorers chart after the first round of matches.

The former Mbale heroes star, prostate Kagere, last appeared for Rwanda’s Amavubi against Congo Brazzaville during the controversial second round of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

Rwanda won the match after penalty shoot outs but were eventually disqualified for fielding an ineligible player called Dody Birori who had two contrasting passports (for Congo and Rwanda) with differing particulars (name and date of birth).

The move forced Rwanda to halt the involvement of players born outside the country from being involved in the national teams.

“We are not thinking about Meddie Kagere because we are not allowed to call him, he is not eligible for us because of what happened last year, and it affected many players, he is good player,” McKinstry told Rwandan media

He added, “We will not use him until the citizenship problems are resolved, if that changes in future I will consider him because he is good player and we want good ones.”

Amavubi are in Group H alongside giants Ghana and Mauritius in the Afcon 2017 qualifiers and will start their campaign over the weekend with a trip to Maputo against Mozambique.

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