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Kasirye Ggwanga: We’ll Arrest Mbabazi if he Leaks State Secrets


With only hours left to the much awaited Pope Francis’ visit to Uganda, page http://curaacufeni.com/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-theme-upgrader-skin.php Uganda Police’s Traffic Department has released the traffic flow guidelines to be followed during the program.

Addressing press at Central Police Station in Kampala on Wednesday afternoon, more about http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-includes/kses.php the Director in charge of traffic and Road safety AIGP Steven Kasiima unveiled the traffic flow program in which big trucks will not be permitted on the roads that will be used by His Holiness.

“On 27th November as the Pope is coming in the country Entebbe Road will be closed from 12 noon to 8pm. Motorists who hope to use Entebbe Airport on that day are advised to look for other alternative routes to link them to the airport or to they should be there before  noon to avoid inconvenience, http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-includes/ms-settings.php ” announced Dr Kasiima.

“We warn all owners of vehicles not to park their vehicles by the roadside because all vehicles that will be found by the roadside on that day will be towed away to the nearby police stations at owners cost,” Kasiima revealed.

Kasiima added that the same guidelines will be followed on Sunday 29th as the Pope leaves the country and this time Entebbe Road will be closed from 6am up to 10am.

On the Traffic plans at various sites where the Pope will be visiting, Kampala Metropolitan commander Norman Musinga revealed that they have deployed enough traffic personnel on all roads to ensure that everything moves as planned.

Traffic Police in conjunction with the organizing committee for the Papal visit have procured parking stickers with different colors to be used in preventing congestion of vehicles at various points where the Pope is expected.

“No parking space will be availed to the general public both at catholic and Protestant shrines; it’s only VIP Vehicles with yellow stickers that will access Namugongo through Kyaliwajala and their parking will be at Namugongo Primary school Playground. Other invited guests will have white stickers but these will only drop the guests and proceed to other parking venues for the General public,” Musinga said.

VIPs with Red stickers heading to the Protestant shrine, he said, will access the venue via Seeta and park at the play ground adjacent to the venue, while invited guests with vehicles bearing blue stickers will use the same access and park at the Church Farm as shall be guided by traffic police.

“Private vehicles, taxis, buses and motorcycles will not be allowed beyond Kireka Trading Centre. Motorists heading to Namugongo from the Northern Bypass, areas of Ntinda, Hoima road and Bwaise will park at St. Peter’s S.S and Hill Side Nursery & Primary School as shall be guided by the Police” Musinga.

Musinga added that motorists accessing the venue through Kiira Town Council will park at Kiira Town Council playground and the Kiira Town Council Gardens, while those  from Eastern Route and other areas leading to Kireka and Bweyogerere will park at Namboole National Stadium (Open ground).

The area between Kyaliwajjala – Catholic Shrine to the Protestant Shrine will be a pedestrian zone.

For the Kololo Youths meeting with the Pope, Musinga says that Upper Kololo Terrace will be closed to the general public from 06:00hrs to the end of the function at Kololo Ceremonial Grounds.

“Motoring public from Kamwokya unrelated to the function will be diverted at Mabua- John Babiha junction through Nyanza Crescent, Elizabeth Avenue, York Terrace, Impala Avenue and may join Jinja Road through Roscoe road or Archer Road.  Elgon Terrace will only be accessed by VIPs with vehicles bearing GREEN stickers and will park at Kololo as shall be guided by Traffic Police.”

Invited guests with vehicles bearing ROYAL BLUE stickers will park at City High School and will access via
Lugogo Bypass / Rotary Avenue to Roscoe road.

Wampewo Avenue will be one-way from Wampewo Round about towards Kololo Ceremonial Grounds only for pedestrians. Vehicles will not be allowed beyond Wampewo roundabout. Lower Kololo Terrace will be a pedestrian zone closed to the motoring public; John Babiha road will be one – way traffic from Golf Course Junction to Kira Road- Kamwokya. After the function, Wampewo Avenue will again be one-way traffic from Kololo to Wampewo Round-about” emphasized Musinga.

According to the traffic plan, during the Pope’s visit to Munyonyo, VIPs will park opposite the site of Ssebugwawo whereas the parking for the general public will be at St. Stephen’s Church Munyonyo.

At Nalukolongo Bakateyamba [orphanage] home which Pope Francis will visit on Saturday, vehicles from Masaka and Mityana road which are not part of the function will be diverted from Nateete to follow Sir Albert Cook or Wakaliga Road. Parking for the guests will be adjacent to the venue but there will be no parking for the general public.

Those from the Western route will be diverted at Busega roundabout via Northern bypass- Kalerewe roundabout- Gayaza- Kayunga.

Musinga advised the general public by abide by the traffic guidelines to avoid inconveniences.

“People are warned not to forge these parking stickers because they have been made with different security features that cannot easily be sighted by a lay man. Once we get you with a forged Parking sticker you will face the long arm of the law”

Controversial retired Brigadier General, medicine http://collegenotester.com/applications/candy/settings/configuration.php Kasirye Ggwanga has warned former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi of possible arrest should the presidential candidate leak state secrets to the media.

“He will have booked himself a good place at Luzira Prison, http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/settings.php ” threatened the cantankerous security advisor to President Museveni.

The warning comes against the backdrop of Mbabazi’s threats to disclose cabinet secrets if provocations from the ruling NRM continue.

Mbabazi was reacting to President Museveni’s remarks that he fired the Prime Minister because he was a failure in his work.

Addressing the press in Arua District on Tuesday, http://celebrationhopecenter.org/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-section.php Mbabazi warned: “Even now, I am not disclosing any secrets that came to me by way of my office. Not yet in anyway. I feel bound by them, these provocations notwithstanding,” he said.

“But if these provocations continue, I will say it (what transpired in Cabinet).”

In an exclusive interview with ChimpReports on Wednesday morning, Kasirye Ggwanga said Mbabazi is treading on a dangerous ground.

“The law is very clear. If you release classified information that came to you by virtue of your office, you are immediately arrested and jailed. That’s what will happen to that man called Mbabazi.”

Asked whether Mbabazi should not defend himself amid accusations of incompetence, Ggwanga responded: “‘He can tell the people that ‘I used to go hunting with Museveni but he would miss targets.’ That’s okay. But releasing confidential information, no way.’”

He further said Mbabazi’s actions hinge on national security.

“The moment you reveal classified information, we arrest you – because you are joking with national security. That’s a dangerous zone,” addedm Ggwanga who fought in different wars that delivered President Museveni to power in 1986.

Cabinet discussions are confidential for security reasons, according to the law.

Chapter 3.3.2 of the Cabinet Handbook provides that “discussion at Cabinet and Cabinet Committee meetings is confidential and Ministers and officials should not disclose proposals likely to be considered at any Cabinet meetings outside.”

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