The body of the former Army Commander Gen Aronda Nyakairima will undergo more examination in the country, viagra 60mg and http://cctvcameraz.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/aioseop_sitemap.php Chimpreports has learnt.
The body, http://deltaalphapihonorsociety.org/wp-includes/theme.php which arrived in the country today afternoon will be examined again by medics at Mulago Hospital according to the UPDF.
Aronda passed on last weekend while he returned from a trip to South Korea. His was reportedly found dead by a hostess on an Emirates Flight headed for Dubai.
The following day, http://davescheapbikes.com/wp-admin/includes/ms-deprecated.php a team of Ugandan pathologists were dispatched to UAE to carry out an autopsy on the body together with experts in Dubai.
However, on arrival in Uganda, the army spokesmen Col Paddy Ankunda revealed that Aronda’s body would undergo more examination for elimination of all doubt on what caused his death.
Aronda’s demise came in as shocking news to the country, owing to the fact that he had no history of any serious ailment and was in good health, days before his death.
Col Ankunda revealed that doctors already have an initial postmortem report from Dubai.
“Autopsy continues at Mulago [Hospital]. We will leave no stone unturned,” he tweeted. “The truth Must come out.”
Numerous calls have been made by both government officials and some opposition leaders to probe every angle of the mysterious death of the Internal Affairs Minister.
Parliament earlier this week called for establishment of a special committee to dig deep into this matter and report back to the country.
Meanwhile, the burial of General Aronda which was programmed for Saturday has been postponed to Sunday, September 20th.
President Yoweri Museveni, the ‘chief mourner’ ordered the change in the arrangement because he is busy on Saturday.
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Information from ASEA reveals that the three- day conference which will be held under the theme, “Africa Evermore: Growth for sustainability” will commence on November 15,2015 in Johannesburg.
A premier association of 25 securities exchanges, ASEA’s mandate is to promote Africa not only as a sound investment destination offering better returns than more developed markets but one that also incorporates strong regulatory structures.
According to ASEA President Oscar Onyema, the conference will be another step in establishing the sustainable development of African capital markets.
“The conference will find ways to facilitate and increase market access at the regional level, as well as promote greater interconnection among African exchanges,” he added.
The conference will include major players in the African capital markets, including listed companies, trading participants, regulators, government representatives, technology providers, legal advisors, and institutional investors from Africa, Europe and Asia.
The discussion topics will focus on themes relevant to Africa and will provide an ideal opportunity to network and exchange information with industry leaders from across the continent.
ASEA reveals that over the last ten years, the continent has posted steady growth, standing up to the impact of global shocks and becoming an investment destination of choice.
A combined projected GDP growth above 5% in 2015 and the world’s largest youth demographic indicates that Africa is positioned to compete effectively with economies such as China and India over the next 20 years.
Capital markets have been the key drivers of this economic transformation and they continue to play a central role in Africa’s growth story.
The 2015 African Retail Development Index published by global management consulting firm AT Kearney states that the continent with its growing middle class and concomitant consumer culture presents great investment opportunities.