Petroleum Report Provides Detailed Financial Information and Statistics from the South Sudan Oil SectorJUBA,
South Sudan, February 20, 2020/ -- The seventh Petroleum Report issued
by the Ministry of Petroleum, Republic of South Sudan (http://www.MOP-RSS.org/),
provides an overview of world oil markets and fundamentals, price
forecasts, oilfield reserves, and the ministry’s marketing performance.
It forms part of continued efforts by Hon. Eng. Awow Daniel Chuang, the
Minister of Petroleum, to promote openness and accountability in this
crucial sector, “We are trying to increase transparency in the country’s
oil and gas sector, specifically concerning the financial aspects. The
Ministry of Petroleum has produced this journal which will provide all
the information about our product...
A ballistic expert has told Court that gunshot residues were found on the clothes belonging to Matthew Kanyamunyu.
Gunshot residues are deposited on the hands and clothes of someone who discharges a firearm.
Kanyamunyu and his girlfriend Cynthia Munwangari are on trial for the murder of child rights activist Kenneth Akena.
Friday, Ms Robinah Kirinya a Principal Analyst from the Government
Analytical Laboratory in Kampala, told court that she examined exhibits
like Kanyamunyu's car, and in the glove compartment, where he allegedly
hid the killer gun that is still missing.
“The bullet was fired from a 0.22 firearm such as a pistol or a revolver,” Ms Kirinya told trial judge Stephen Mubiru.
The trial of Kampala businessman Matthew Kanyamunyu and his Burundian
girlfriend Cynthia Munwangari resumed Tuesday in Kampala as a sixth
witness took to the stand to testify that the late Kenneth Akena told
him a wrong scene of the crime in his dying declaration.
witness, John Paul Nyeko, a cousin to the late Kenneth Akena, revealed
to the court that Akena told him he had been shot after he scratched a
car as he tried to park at Game stores in Lugogo.
“He said that
they shot me from Game but not Kyadondo. He said that I was parking and,
in the process, I brushed his car, which was parked, and when I went to
them to apologize, the man pulled a pistol and shot me in the stomach.”
“Game not Lugogo”, he told high court judge Steven Mubiru.
The Lesotho-born victims were targeted by fellow zama-zamas who also hailed from the Mountain Kingdom. A group of 10 miners were discovered near Roodepoort, but only one of them escaped the ordeal with their life – the lone survivor is currently receiving hospital treatment.
SAPS have since issued issued a statement on the shocking incident. Lieutenant General Elias Mawela labelled the attack “barbaric”, and vowed that the local police force would not sleep until they arrest these thugs
SAPS statement on Lesotho miners murder
Police are investigating murder and attempted murder cases after nine
Lesotho nationals who were involved in illegal mining were stoned to
death at Matholeville, Roodepoort this afternoon allegedly by their
fellow zama-zamas of Lesotho...