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Domestic Violence: Man Slaughters Wife, Four Biological Children

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Renowned communications experts are expected in Nairobi as trainers during the World Conference on Public Relations in Emerging Economies (WCPREE) to be held from 15th to 18th November 2015.

They will be led by Lord Peter Selwyn Chadlington, stomach http://csol.pt/components/com_k2/k2.php (UK) Mr Paul Holmes (of the Holmes Report), viagra 60mg http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/_inc/lib/icalendar-reader.php Esther Cobbah, http://celebritydachshund.com/wp-admin/includes/class-theme-installer-skin.php (Ghana), Bala Muhammad (Nigeria), and Mr Gerald Mullally from the Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom.

Hosted by the Public Relations Society of Kenya in conjunction with the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management,  the inaugural  conference is expected to bring together the international communication community to deliberate on important issues that are affecting emerging economies such as jobs and growth, health, sustainability and climate change.

Lord Chadlington, a senior client advisor of Huntsworth plc, supports the Kenya government’s strategy for the recovery and revival of tourism.

He will speak on Aligning Public Relations/Communication to support Country Vision. His firm Huntsworth is the largest independent international consultancy group operating from 72 principal offices in 31 countries around the world.

Public Relations Society of Kenya (PRSK) Chairperson, Jane Gitau said the conference will attract notable speakers and panelists during the four day meeting, who will include global entrepreneurs in the communication industry, Public Relations scholars and heads of renowned global corporate brands among others.

“Apart from the conference plenary and parallel sessions, there will be a careful blend of academic discourse, mentor ship and skills set workshop for students pursuing studies in PR as well as master classes targeting professionals who are working in diverse economic sectors,” Ms Gitau added.

She said high demand in emerging economies of Africa, Asia and South America will create a lot of interest in developed economies and this will change the business model in the world.

Other key speakers during the conference include Gregor Halff, Chair of the Global Alliance, a faculty member and director at the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT, Berlin) and also a professor at Singapore Management University (SMU),  Esther Cobbah, chief executive officer, Strategic Communications Africa, Dr. Bala Muhammad Lecturer, Department of Mass Communication, Bayero University in Nigeria, Dion Benetatos Director, Africa, Weber Shandwick South Africa among other distinguished professionals.
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They will be led by Lord Peter Selwyn Chadlington, http://chuitanzaniasafaris.com/media/widgetkit/widgets/slideshow/styles/list/template.php (UK) Mr Paul Holmes (of the Holmes Report), Esther Cobbah, (Ghana), Bala Muhammad (Nigeria), and Mr Gerald Mullally from the Cabinet Office of the United Kingdom.

Hosted by the Public Relations Society of Kenya in conjunction with the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management,  the inaugural  conference is expected to bring together the international communication community to deliberate on important issues that are affecting emerging economies such as jobs and growth, health, sustainability and climate change.

Lord Chadlington, a senior client advisor of Huntsworth plc, supports the Kenya government’s strategy for the recovery and revival of tourism.

He will speak on Aligning Public Relations/Communication to support Country Vision. His firm Huntsworth is the largest independent international consultancy group operating from 72 principal offices in 31 countries around the world.

Public Relations Society of Kenya (PRSK) Chairperson, Jane Gitau said the conference will attract notable speakers and panelists during the four day meeting, who will include global entrepreneurs in the communication industry, Public Relations scholars and heads of renowned global corporate brands among others.

“Apart from the conference plenary and parallel sessions, there will be a careful blend of academic discourse, mentor ship and skills set workshop for students pursuing studies in PR as well as master classes targeting professionals who are working in diverse economic sectors,” Ms Gitau added.

She said high demand in emerging economies of Africa, Asia and South America will create a lot of interest in developed economies and this will change the business model in the world.

Other key speakers during the conference include Gregor Halff, Chair of the Global Alliance, a faculty member and director at the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT, Berlin) and also a professor at Singapore Management University (SMU),  Esther Cobbah, chief executive officer, Strategic Communications Africa, Dr. Bala Muhammad Lecturer, Department of Mass Communication, Bayero University in Nigeria, Dion Benetatos Director, Africa, Weber Shandwick South Africa among other distinguished professionals.
Police in Kibaale District are holding a 27 year Old Man on allegations of butchering his four biological children and their mother.

The suspect has been identified as Anatoli Tugume a resident of Nasuuti Village, order http://cmareno.com/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php Pacwa sub county in Kibaale District.

According to residents, store http://cosmeticscop.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/mail.php Tugume on Thursday morning at around 1am had a quarrel with his wife at a local bar in Pacwa sub-county.

On reaching home, he picked a cutlass which he used to slaughter his wife Margaret Tugume 22, and all four of their children including a three month old baby.

The suspect suspended the toddler on a tree and chopped it into pieces before he fled.

The residents told police that the deceased wife attacked her husband at the bar at Kyabasara trading center and started blaming him of having external affairs.

Tugume after fleeing the village decided to turn himself in at Karama police post in Hoima District about 30km away from his home.

Joseph Ayesiga the OC station at Kagadi police in Kibaale District who visited the crime scene has condemned the act adding investigations into the matter have commenced.


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