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Police Hunt for Singer Khalifa Aganaga

South Sudan President Salva Kiir is thought to have collapsed Tuesday evening as he boarded a plane in Khartoum, cure http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/single-product.php Sudan, search http://chompdigital.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/json-api.php where he has been holding talks with his counterpart, help Omar Bashir.

Impeccable sources told Chimpreports that after been seen off at the Airport, Kiir gently walked to his presidential jet.

“As he was boarding the plane, he fell down. We think it was because of fatigue. So, the presidential aides carried him to the plane but he seemed weak,” a source who claims to have been at the scene, revealed.

At the airport, journalists’ cameras were confiscated and photos deleted by security personnel.

After a few minutes, Kiir was helped out of the plane and driven from the airport to an unknown place, probably a medical facility.

Officials who preferred anonymity confirmed the development: “It is true, he (Kiir) fell but we ask you media people not to sensationalise this incident given the situation we are facing.”

US President Gerald Ford also collapsed on the steps of Airforce one

US President Gerald Ford also collapsed on the steps of Airforce one

Asked what befell the head of state, the intelligence official said, “as of now we don’t know. It could have been a muscle pull or something to do with respiration. But we should wait for the official statement soon if government deems it fit.”

In Sudan, Kiir and Bashir discussed easing tensions over the disputed border oil towns, security; oil exports and bilateral relations.

Kiir was expected in Juba this evening. However, his flight has been postponed to Wednesday at 10:00am.
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Impeccable sources told Chimpreports that after been seen off at the Airport, Kiir gently walked to his presidential jet.

“As he was boarding the plane, he fell down. We think it was because of fatigue. So, the presidential aides carried him to the plane but he seemed weak,” a source who claims to have been at the scene, revealed.

At the airport, journalists’ cameras were confiscated and photos deleted by security personnel.

After a few minutes, Kiir was helped out of the plane and driven from the airport to an unknown place, probably a medical facility.

Officials who preferred anonymity confirmed the development: “It is true, he (Kiir) fell but we ask you media people not to sensationalise this incident given the situation we are facing.”

US President Gerald Ford also collapsed on the steps of Airforce one

Former US President Gerald Ford also collapsed on the steps of Airforce one

Asked what befell the head of state, the intelligence official said, “as of now we don’t know. It could have been a muscle pull or something to do with respiration. But we should wait for the official statement soon if government deems it fit.”

In Sudan, Kiir and Bashir discussed easing tensions over the disputed border oil towns, security; oil exports and bilateral relations.

Kiir was expected in Juba this evening. However, his flight has been postponed to Wednesday at 10:00am.
Political scholars at Makerere University are asking government to scrap the mandatory minimum education qualifications for Members of Parliament.

Dr SK Simba, cure http://cdkstone.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/admin/class-wc-admin-settings.php head Political Science at the School of Humanities, said Tuesday that the minimum education requirements for politicians like MPs were a hindrance to the practice of democratic governance in the country.

Dr Simba noted in fact, that other lower local government elected positions too, should not be subjected to the academic sieve, adding that poor English-speaking Councillors were not necessarily bad leaders.

According to the don, there is no correlation between high attainment of education and sensitivity to the people’s needs.

Dr Simba was delivering a key note address on decentralization in Uganda at the university main hall.

He noted, “Being highly educated doesn’t mean that one cares a lot about the people. That is why I strongly advocate for the removal of academic qualifications for members of parliament.”

According to Article 4 (1) (C) of the Parliamentary Elections Act (2005), for one to be elected a Member of Parliament they must have attained an A level Standard on an equivalent.

This Dr Simba says is countered by existing evidence about the performance of political leaders at various government levels over time.

He notes that in the period between 1955-1965 when the colonial governors under pressure decentralized government and introduced local (district) councils, the quality of debates of councillors then, which was even in local dialects, was very high.

“I come from Mbale and luckily the local government there has a big book which was put there in the 1950s containing some of these debates and minutes. When you peruse through, you will be amused.”

He added, “Even the debate in our parliament of the 1960s which was comprised of largely primary school teachers was qualitatively better than the current one which has PhD holders.”

“For the sake of democracy, let people choose leaders who they know can serve them better irrespective of their education levels,” he summed.
Police in Luwero district have summoned singer Sadat Mukiibi alias Khalifa Aganaga for reportedly defrauding music promoters in Luweero, price http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-e-commerce/wpsc-includes/country.class.php sparking off chaos in the township.

The upcoming musician was this weekend booked to perform at Kalaso bar in Luwero town but never showed up.

This prompted angry revellers who had already paid money to watch Aganaga’s performance to destroy property worth shs30m.

Property damaged in the chaos includes a well furnished stage, sales plastic seats, generators and public address system among other valuable items at the nightspot.

The organisers of the show were also beaten by the furious crowds.

“We have summoned Aganaga several times to report at Luweero Police Station but he is still dodging us,” said Savannah Regional Police spokesperson, Lameck Kigozi.

“We will continue looking for him until he is arrested.”

Kigozi also warned music promoters that such incidences are common during the festive season as several musicians are always booked for several concerts.

“Music promoters should not pass on announcements of concerts until they are 100 percent sure that the musicians will attend their functions,” cautioned Kigozi.

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