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‘We Shall Use Our Guns To Finish Off Bobi Wine And His People Power’-Col. Bantariza Warns

‘We Shall Use Our Guns To Finish Off Bobi Wine And His People Power’-Col. Bantariza Warns

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Deputy Government spokesperson Col. Shaban Bantariza has warned People Power leader Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine that they (government and army) shall use their guns to finish  him off Bobi Wine and his Kasukali people. Col. Bantariza revealed this on social Media Centre a few days ago when posted that "I pity people who think NRM can hand over power, we would rather go back to the bush to sort these people." He added that "I have three guns on standby in my car, let Bobi Wine and his group continue with their Kasukali, for us we don't use Kasukali we use fire and indeed we shall use fire to put off that Kasukali to maintain peace. Bobi Wine can't be president of Uganda." However, Bobi Wine is yet to respond to Col. Bantariza, who hasn't clearly explained whether this is ...
Bobi Wine Calls Upon America To Stop Funding Museveni Gov’t, Vows To Take Over Power In 2021

Bobi Wine Calls Upon America To Stop Funding Museveni Gov’t, Vows To Take Over Power In 2021

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Musician turned politician Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine has called upon America to stop funding President Yoweri Museveni's government projects but instead focus on channelling the funds to directly helping Ugandans. Bobi Wine, who is also the Kyadondo East legislator, made these remarks during an interview with All Jazeera over the weekend, at which reiterated his intention to oust Museveni come the 2021 elections. It should be noted that Bobi Wine's increasing popularity is considered a threat to President Museveni who has been in power for over 30 years.He said that "I have never realistically experienced a Uganda with another president. And it is more than 80 percent of Ugandans that are in the same situation." He added; "That really gets us disturbed. We have been de...
Museveni Gives URA’s Akol, Finance’s Kasaija Directives On Digital Stamps

Museveni Gives URA’s Akol, Finance’s Kasaija Directives On Digital Stamps

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President Yoweri Museveni has issued stern directives to the Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) Commissioner General Dorris Akol and Matia Kasaija, the minister for Finance,  to make sure that the country starts implementing the usage of Digital StampsMuseveni.According to  a letter written by President Museveni on November 18th, 2019, he directs Kasaija and Akol to ensure that all factories and companies in Uganda must ensure that they grant permission to SICPA, the firm that is to operationalize digital stamps taxation,  access to their premises, such that they can install cameras that will assist in the usage of Digital Stamps.In his letter, Museveni wrote thus;"I am writing to you in connection with the digital stamps provider, SICPA. This electronic method eliminates all fraud.I, th...
United Nations Forces Under Fire For Shooting Civilians Dead In DR Congo

United Nations Forces Under Fire For Shooting Civilians Dead In DR Congo

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Security experts reveal that a war time bomb is  slowly ticking away in the Democratic Republic of Congo, after United Nations forces Under MONUSCO allegedly shot dead civilians this week. So far more than 80 people have been killed in recent weeks in continuing attacks by rebel groups in the northeast of DR Congo, according to media reports.Residents of the northeastern city of Beni in the DR of the Congo woke up on Monday to yet another massacre by rebels. Angered by the failure of security forces to stop the attack that killed eight people, they quickly stormed the headquarters of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in DRC - MONUSCO - to protest their "failure to act".The protest snowballed into a deadly confrontation, first with government forces who tried to disperse t...
ISIL Sets Up Recruitment Bases In Africa

ISIL Sets Up Recruitment Bases In Africa

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After its ousting from Syria and Iraq, military armed group ISIL is now trying to build a caliphate in the restive Sahel region, security intelligence sources have revealed. Illegal armed groups are opportunistic by nature. They usually start their operations and recruit followers in countries where there is poverty, corruption, religious conflict or ethnic strife, and where the security forces are unable to keep the public safe, and illegal formations under control. The rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) in the Middle East was a textbook example of this trend. Since the occupation of Iraq by US forces in 2003, the region has been stuck in a vicious cycle of conflict, sectarianism and regime change. It is in the shadows of this crumb...
War Looms As Rwandan Army Invades Burundi

War Looms As Rwandan Army Invades Burundi

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There is heightened tension between Rwanda and Burundi,  after the government of Jean Pierre Nkurunziza  denounced the continued attacks on its territory by the Paul Kagame led Rwandan army. Officials in Bujumbura claim that Rwandan military has severally carried out attacks on Burundi, with the most recent one  being that of November 16-17, 2019,  although the International Community has decided to turn a blind eye and deaf ear to the various invasions. The allegations are contained in a statement released by the Burundian Internal Affairs Minister Ezechiel Nibigira dated November 26, 2019,  in which Burundi details the number of times Rwandan army has attacked Burundi civilian and military installations. The statement titled 'ACT OF DENUNCIATION OF RWANDA AGGRESSION   A...
Last Nail! Sudan Passes New Law ‘Dismantling’ Omar Al-Bashir’s Regime

Last Nail! Sudan Passes New Law ‘Dismantling’ Omar Al-Bashir’s Regime

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The transitional government of Sudan has hit the last nail into the 'coffin' of  former president Omar Al- Bashir's fallen regime by passing a law dismantling the ousted government. Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok says the new law is not an act of revenge, but rather aimed at preserving people's dignity.  Sudan's transitional authorities approved  the law late on Thursday to "dismantle" the regime of former President Omar Al-Bashir, including the dissolution of his political party and confiscation of all its properties - in response to a key demand of protesters that helped overthrow his government in April. The law was passed during a joint meeting of Sudan's sovereign council and cabinet that lasted several hours, during which the body also scrapped a law regulating women's d...
Scores Dead, Thousands Displaced As East Africa Struggles With Heavy Rains

Scores Dead, Thousands Displaced As East Africa Struggles With Heavy Rains

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Flood-hit Djibouti and Kenya struggle to cope after major downpours that affect hundreds of thousands across the Horn of Africa. Flash flooding has hit Djibouti, where the government and United Nations said the equivalent of two years' rain fell in a single day, with several countries in East Africa, including Kenya and Uganda struggling after heavy rainfall. Rainfall from October to mid-November has been up to 300 percent above average in the greater Horn of Africa region, according to the Famine Early Warning Systems Network. On Thursday, a joint Djibouti-UN statement said up to a quarter-million people have been affected in recent days in the country on the Red Sea that's home to military bases for the United States, China and others. However, given the heavy rains fore...
Trump Visits  Afghanistan For First Time Since  Taking Over As US President

Trump Visits Afghanistan For First Time Since Taking Over As US President

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President Donald Trump made an unannounced visit to US troops in Afghanistan - his first time in the country - for the Thanksgiving holiday. During the brief appearance at Bagram Airfield, Trump served turkey to soldiers, posed for photographs, and met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. In a speech to the troops, Trump said the US is  in talks with the Taliban, who he said "want to make a deal". Trump also said the US was "substantially" reducing troop numbers in Afghanistan. Some 13,000 US troops remain in Afghanistan 18 years after the US intervention to oust the Taliban following the September 11, 2001 attacks on America. The visit comes after a prisoner swap with the Taliban aimed at resuming peace negotiations. Earlier this month,   the Taliban freed ...
Senior Doctors In Zimbabwe Join Strike Against Gov’t Layoff

Senior Doctors In Zimbabwe Join Strike Against Gov’t Layoff

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Senior doctors in Zimbabwe have gone on strike in protest against the sackings of hundreds of junior doctors who had boycotted work in a pay dispute. The senior doctors' association, SDHA, said they would stop all emergency services until their junior colleagues have been reinstated. More than 400 junior doctors were laid off  after withdrawing their services. They are demanding a 500% salary increase, as a cushion against triple digit inflation. Nurses in clinics have also been on strike, demanding a living wage. Many patients have been turned away; some have been sent home to die. It should be noted that there is skyrocketing inflation in Zimbabwe whereby all  Zimbabweans are crying out for salary increment to mitigate the worrying economic situation.
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