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DAILY POST: Here are photos of the bodies of the terrorists KILLED in Riverside attack-Kudos to Kenyan security forces (PHOTOs)



Wednesday,
January 16, 2019-
All the terrorists involved in the Riverside
attack have been neutralized and the situation brought under control.

The four gunmen who stormed the complex on Tuesday at 3 pm
have been killed.
One of the assailants blew himself up using a suicide vest
while the rest were dealt with after a night long siege that has left 14 people
dead.
President Uhuru confirmed the situation at the Riverside
Park is over and vowed to go after the masterminds and sympathizers of the
attackers.
Below are photos of the killed terrorists.





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Son killed by lawyer dad was USIU graduate – Weekly Citizen

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City lawyer Assa Nyakudi who shot dead his 29 year old son and ended up being hospitalized at the Nairobi Hospital is said to have been experiencing family troubles.

He was rushed to Nairobi hospital after he shown signs of depression and looked confused while at the Muthaiga Police Station.

Lawyer Nyakundi

At the police station he could not cooperate with investigating officers prompting his lawyers to request his admission.

He was not arraign in court on Monday as expected following a miscellaneous application which would enable the prosecution to be given time to continue investigations.

Nyakundi shot son, Joseph Nyakundi a former student at United States International University by accidentally firing his gun.

The late was planning to go for his masters degree.



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NRM endorses Museveni for '2021 elections and beyond'

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Uganda’s ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) lawmakers have endorsed President Yoweri Museveni to continue leading the party and the state.

The parliamentary caucus in Kyankwanzi District unanimously endorsed the Chobe resolution by the party’s central executive committee (CEC) to have President Museveni continue leading.

NRM Spokesman Rogers Mulindwa, in a statement on Sunday, said the legislators’ position was taken shortly after party secretary-general Justine Kasule Lumumba’s presentation titled: Towards 2021: Milestones and Strategies for the NRM Party.
Ms Lumumba read out to members the Chobe resolutions.

The motion, mover Ms Hellen Asamo, representing People with Disabilities (PWDs) in eastern region, said Uganda needed President Museveni now more than ever before for his firm guidance and mentorship of the party membership.

“Her position was unanimously seconded before the legislators took a break,” Mr Mulindwa said.

While meeting at Chobe Safari Lodge in Nwoya District last month, the CEC members endorsed a number of resolutions to consolidate the party’s political and economic agenda, including the need to maintain President Museveni, who has been in power since 1986, at the helm of the party and the country.

That, the members argued, would foster the continued strengthening of Uganda’s socio-economic agenda.

If afforded an all-clear sign by the National Executive Committee and the National Delegates’ Conference, the endorsement would mean Mr Museveni, already in power for 33 years, would seek a record sixth re-election.

The next General Election is two years away, in 2021, according to a roadmap the Electoral Commission released late last year.

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Legislature to expedite pending bills crucial to delivery of Big Four Agenda

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The National Development Implementation and Communication Cabinet Committee is lobbying for optimum legislative support towards the realization of the Big Four agenda.

A delegation led by Dr. Fred Matiang’i held a consultative meeting with the Senate Liaison Committee comprising the Speaker, Hon. Kenneth Lusaka, and the chairs of various Standing Committees in a bid to strike a collaborative partnership in finding solutions to the legal and legislative issues impeding smooth delivery of government projects.

During the meeting, Dr. Matiang’i noted that a number of crucial bills directly linked to project management are pending before the Legislature adding that delays in passing them have seen contractors suffer eventual cost overruns thereby triggering huge financial penalties on the government’s part.

The Cabinet Secretary appealed to lawmakers to expedite the proposed legislations to fast-track delivery of key programmes and projects funded by the national government across the country.

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Among the bills identified include: The Food Security Bill 2017, The Physical Planning Bill 2017, The Irrigation Bill 2017, The Kenya Roads Bill 2017, The Public Private Partnerships (Amendment) Bill 2017, and The Warehouse Receipts System Bill (Sen. Bills No. 10 of 2017), all of which were introduced between September and December, 2017.

Others are Land Value Index Laws (Amendment) Bill 2018, Government Contracts (National Assembly Bill No. 9 of 2018, Public Participation Bill 2018, County Statutory Instruments Bill 2018, Data Protection Bill 2018 and Warehouse Receipts System Bill (Senate Bill No.10 of 2017).

On behalf of the Liaison Committee, Hon. Lusaka noted that some of the bills have already been passed on to the National Assembly and pledged to push the remaining ones to the top of the Senate’s legislative priorities in the soonest time possible.

Dr. Matiang’i stated that the Committee will reach out to other stakeholders, including the Council of Governors, to deliberate the challenges constraining successful delivery of development projects and come up with new perspectives to address them.

He said: “We will also rope in our colleagues in the county governments so that we can address all these issues together.”

So far, the Committee has flagged up financial mismanagement, limited space for civic participation, weak performance management, and silo mentality as some of the other serious impediments to effective project implementation.

Present were: Attorney General, Kihara Kariuki, and Cabinet Secretaries Charles Keter, Simon Chelugui, James Macharia, Raphael Tuju, and Joe Mucheru.

The Senate Liaison Committee was represented by Njeru Ndwiga (Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries), John Nderitu (Devolution and Intergovernmental Relations), Mahamud Mohamed (Finance and Budget), Michael Mbito (Health), Samson Cherarkey (Justice, Legal Affairs and Human Rights), Paul Mwangi (Lands, Environment and Natural Resources), Charles Kibiru (Tourism, Trade and Industrialization), and Moses Kajwang’ (County Public Accounts and Investments Sessional Committee).



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