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Ugandans Abroad: George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe Massacres Matia Lule

George Nsimbe

Violence has broken out in Burundi after President Pierre Nkurunziza’s ruling party CNDD-FDD nominated him to stand for re-election in May, online http://connectgroups.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skin.php Chimp Corps report.

Police used teargas to disperse violent protesters as they lit bonfires in Bujumbura streets, more about http://ccrail.com/wp-includes/class-wp-network.php sparking off a reign of turmoil and uncertainty in a country recovering from a civil war that cost 300, 000 lives.

Latest reports indicate several people have been injured in street battles with police today.

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Nkurunziza has since served the mandatory two terms in office.

However, the President claims that he was elected once by adult suffrage since his first term was simply by Parliament’s appointment.

The opposition say the move is illegal and will cultivate ground for violence.

Over 10,000 Burundian refugees have since fled to neighbouring Rwanda, saying they fear the ruling party’s militant youth group, Imbonerakure.

Voilence was reported in Bujumbura just a day after Nkurunziza was fronted for a third term in office by the ruling party

Voilence was reported in Bujumbura just a day after Nkurunziza was fronted for a third term in office by the ruling party

Rwanda’s Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs on Friday said in a statement that, “As of Thursday April 23, 2015, the number of Burundians refugees received in Rwanda had reached 11,000, which complicates the procedure to determine their status at individual basis.”

Earlier last week, during his visit to Burundi, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein confirmed that recent events in Burundi were of great concern, with tensions rising sharply over the past few months as the elections approach, reportedly stoked by an increase in politically motivated harassment, intimidation and acts of violence, as well as a reported rise in hate speech.

In addition, he urged “politicians and activists to ensure that the country’s political debate did not transform into incitement or violence, and urged those competing in the election to do so fairly and graciously.”

With political tension rising throughout the country and more acts of violence being reported, the UNHCR official continued, concerns are increasing regarding the possibility of more people fleeing in the lead up to the elections, which are slated to take place from May to July.

Mr. Edwards noted that the bulk of those fleeing in the past two weeks – some 7,000 people – had sought refuge in Rwanda with more than 60 per cent of them being children.

Meanwhile, in the DRC, over 1,000 Burundian asylum-seekers had arrived in South Kivu so far this month.
Violence has broken out in Burundi after President Pierre Nkurunziza’s ruling party CNDD-FDD nominated him to stand for re-election in May, illness http://cinemalogue.com/wp-admin/includes/image.php Chimp Corps report.

Police used teargas to disperse violent protesters as they lit bonfires in Bujumbura streets, sparking off a reign of turmoil and uncertainty in a country recovering from a civil war that cost 300,000 lives.

Latest reports indicate several people have been injured in street battles with police today.

Nkurunziza has since served the mandatory two terms in office.

However, the President claims that he was elected once by adult suffrage since his first term was simply by Parliament’s appointment.

The opposition say the move is illegal and will cultivate ground for violence.

Over 10,000 Burundian refugees have since fled to neighbouring Rwanda, saying they fear the ruling party’s militant youth group, Imbonerakure.

Voilence was reported in Bujumbura just a day after Nkurunziza was fronted for a third term in office by the ruling party

Voilence was reported in Bujumbura just a day after Nkurunziza was fronted for a third term in office by the ruling party

Rwanda’s Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs on Friday said in a statement that, “As of Thursday April 23, 2015, the number of Burundians refugees received in Rwanda had reached 11,000, which complicates the procedure to determine their status at individual basis.”

Earlier last week, during his visit to Burundi, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein confirmed that recent events in Burundi were of great concern, with tensions rising sharply over the past few months as the elections approach, reportedly stoked by an increase in politically motivated harassment, intimidation and acts of violence, as well as a reported rise in hate speech.

In addition, he urged “politicians and activists to ensure that the country’s political debate did not transform into incitement or violence, and urged those competing in the election to do so fairly and graciously.”

With political tension rising throughout the country and more acts of violence being reported, the UNHCR official continued, concerns are increasing regarding the possibility of more people fleeing in the lead up to the elections, which are slated to take place from May to July.

Mr. Edwards noted that the bulk of those fleeing in the past two weeks – some 7,000 people – had sought refuge in Rwanda with more than 60 per cent of them being children.

Meanwhile, in the DRC, over 1,000 Burundian asylum-seekers had arrived in South Kivu so far this month.
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) has declined receiving and cooperating with the former security intelligence coordinator, salve http://cu1cali.com/curaduria/wp-content/plugins/popup-maker/includes/popup-functions.php Gen. David Sejusa in his current state as a UPDF army officer.

Addressing the media at the party headquarters in Najanankumbi, for sale http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-includes/theme-compat/header.php the party spokesperson, John Kikonyogo appealed to the public to understand that the party has no wrangles with Sejusa and would wish to work with him but can’t go against their principles.

“We received a letter from General Sejusa requesting to visit party leaders at their headquarters but we sat as FDC and agreed that we wouldn’t turn against our set principles of not working with army officials, ”Kikonyogo observed.

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FDC Spokesperson John Kikonyogo speaking to press today

“In our response written by the party Secretary General, Alice Alaso dated April 20, we notified the general that we have no other reasons of not working with him but assured him that we are opposed to working with army officers on issues to do with politics.”

Kikonyogo reflected that the party that wholesomely opposed the appointment of Gen. Aronda Nyakayirima for a ministerial post can’t again stand in solidarity with another army officer in an illegality of involving in politics.

“Actually we are opposed to the whole issue of having army officers in parliament because at one time they are compromised with political party agendas and yet they must not be involved in partisan politics.”

Kikonyogo noted that the issues that are raised by Sejusa are indeed of national importance and can be used to help create a change that is long awaited by Ugandans.

“We however don’t bar any FDC member dealing and working with Sejusa on individual level.”

He added that the party through the Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Wafula Ogutu are working hard to force parliament summon the retirement committee demanding why they have failed to retire serving officers that have expressed the need to retire.
Former KCC Fc winger, about it http://dandruffdeconstructed.com/wp-admin/includes/class-file-upload-upgrader.php Brian Majwega starred as his team Azam Fc overcame Stand united coached by former Uganda U17 tactician, http://certoclear.com/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php Matia Lule by 4-0.

The tricky left-footed winger got on the score sheet just on the 14th minute, connecting a Salum ‘sure boy’ Abubakari’s cross with a stunning nonstop effort.

This was former KCC fc coach George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe’s first meeting with Matia Lule and second consecutive win against compatriots coaches, having defeated Jackson Mayanja’s Mtibwa sugar last time out. Majwega also scored in that match.

Fellow Ugandan striker, Emmanuel Okwi inspired Simba SC with an assist and man of match performance as Simba Sc kept pressure on second placed Azam fc with a 3-0 drubbing of Ndanda fc. Joseph Owino and Juuko Murshid featured for 90 minutes.

In Kenya, Musa Mudde was missing as Afc Leopards fell to Tusker Fc by a lone goal from Kevin Kimaani. Aziz Kemba was unused while Karim Ndugwa was introduced in the 53rd minute. It is reported that financial issues have made the Cranes mid maestro to stay out of training and match.

On form striker Andrew Ssekayombya contributed with a first half lone strike to ensure Sony Sugar bag three points with a 3-1 win over Chemilil sugar in what was dubbed as ‘sugar millers’ derby.

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