President Yoweri Museveni has said he and his Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta have finalized a strategy that will put a final end to the Somali based terror group Alshabaab.
President Museveni was on Monday speaking at the Kenyan Madaraka [Independence] day celebrations in Nairobi where he paid homage to the dozens of students at the Garissa University that were recently murdered by the terror group.
He said the Alshabaab over the years had demonstrated their inability to put up an armed resistance and thus resorted to killing innocent people.
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“I say that Alshabaab has been defeated because in combat, http://cfsk.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/manage.php if you are strong; you attack the enemy’s camp. There we say you have the ability. If you cannot attack the enemy camp, then at least you waylay the enemy fighters and stage and ambush. But if you can’t do either one of the two, then we say you have been defeated.”
“If you have some commonsense, it’s better for you to opt for pea talks. But if you are foolish like the Alshabaab, you say let me now kill the civilians.”
Added Museveni; “Back home, they [Alshabaab] came and hurled a hand grenade in a night club. People in the night club have absolutely no knowledge about politics. They are simply enjoying themselves, they are just drunkards. What do you benefit from killing a drunkard?”
Comparing the terror group to a jigger, Museveni said he had finally found ‘medicine’ to their current practice of killing innocent soft targets.
“Some people are scared, but I am not. I have spoken to President Kenyatta, about certain things on this matter, but one sure thing is the Alshabaab are finished. This business they have resorted to of killing soft targets like school children, I can confirm, we have found the medicine.”
He added, “When a jigger enters your foot, the whole foot is itching. But you cannot cut off the whole foot because there is a jigger. You just get hold of a needle and careful dig out the parasite alone without affect the rest of the foot.”
Four Ugandan volleyball clubs are set to take part in the 20th edition of the Rwanda Genocide Volleyball tournament to be held on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th June 2015 in Kigali Rwanda.
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Several teams from around East and Central Africa are also expected to participate in the two-day tourney.
They include teams from Burundi, Kenya, Uganda and hosts Rwanda. The event involves two categories for the ladies and men teams.
Last year, Kenya Pipeline Club and the Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Education of Kibungo (ISAE) grabbed the overall prize after beating hosts APR and tax collectors, RRA by 3-0 respectively.
The Rwanda Volleyball Federation (FRVB) has been organizing the annual memorial tournament for 20 years in honor of the over 50 people from the volleyball fraternity that were killed in the 1994 genocide that claimed over one million lives in just one month.
“Our aim is to continue to be united and spread love to all Rwandans through the sport of volleyball. We need to build strong relationships, which will help us to build a stronger nation,” the President of Rwanda Volleyball Federation, Gustave Nkurunziza told the media while confirming the dates.
Among the notable players that perished in the massacre include; Benjamin Iminamikore, Regis Murekezi, Pracide Ntagugura, Basile Ntagwabira, Egide Kumuyange, Casius Kaonji, Egide Kayiranga, Emmanuel Hategekimana, Michael Gasinzigwa, Theoneste Rutayisire, Justin Niyongira, Alphonce Kagenza [University of Rwanda], Dominique Ngonga Sebalinda, Eric Kayiranga, Eugene Gabiro, Innocent Rwagashayija [Group Scolaire de Butare], Alfred Butare,