Thursday, 12 July 2012

Terrorist planning an attack,Says Uganda

Uganda`s Strongman:Yoweri Museveni

Terrorist planning an attack, Says Uganda.
By Our Reporter
Uganda Government believes that there is a high security terrorist attack on her soil, two years after the bomb attacks that claimed over 80 people in Kampala on July 11 2010.
The country`s Police have warned that the terrorism threat is still a major security concern in Uganda. Police spokesman Assuman Mugenyi early this week issued a statement urging the public to be alert and look out for suspected terrorists.
Troops from the UPDF are currently in Somalia battling the Al-Shabaab in the African Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) alongside other forces from Kenya, Sierra Leone, Djibouti and Burundi.
The forces are a heartbeat away from capturing the Al-Shaba economic mainstay of Kismayu which when it falls from the Islamist linked Al-Qaeda linked group they will be rendered irrelevant.
Meanwhile, Somali government police officials have started to recall former Somali police officers and recruit them as new police force in central regions of Somalia.
The Chief of Somali police of central regions Colonel Mohamed Jim’ale Osoble told Journalists in Mogadishu that they will be re-training the former police officers as new recruits to participate in the security operations of the country.

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