Uganda school attack ‘desperate, cowardly’: President Museveni

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni on Sunday vowed to eliminate the militants responsible for massacring at least 41 people in a “cowardly, terrorist” attack on a school in the country’s west.

“Their action — the desperate, cowardly, terrorist action — will not save them,” Museveni said in a statement issued by his press office in Kampala, his first remarks since the attack late Friday by militants linked to the Islamic State group.


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    Editor’s Note

    On Wednesday, in a story titled ‘6 Things to know about new EFCC chairman’, we referred to Mohammed Abba Umar as the Director of Operations of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, who was directed to assume the headship of the anti-graft agency following the suspension of Abdulrasheed Bawa as the chairman of the commission. We have since discovered that Umar is no longer the Director of Operations of the agency and therefore not the designated person directed to assume the post of the Acting Chairman of the EFCC.
    The Director of Operations of the agency, who was directed to take over from Bawa as the acting chairman, is Mr Abdulkarim Chukkol.
    We, therefore, apologise to the officers concerned for the incorrect information.

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