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PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2011 1:57 pm    Post subject: East Africa NEWS, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Rwanda  Reply with quote

Muslim Brotherhood (al-Qaeda) in Africa
The Beast - NWO is taking over all of Africa, using MB and Obama

Obama Admin Broke Law to Push Abortion in Kenya
November 2011

Obama has been turning Kenya Africa from a mostly Christian nation into a Muslim dominated one.
One way to do that is to finance the Muslims.

$18 million in taxpayer funds provide funding for a group pushing legalized abortion in Kenya - Obamafia broke the law.
Obama grantee openly pushed to expand abortion in Kenya despite a long-standing, annually renewed law that prohibits U.S. tax dollars from being used to lobby for or against abortion in other countries.
Obama official stonewalled investigators and refused to cooperate with the GAO in its investigation of the activities.

Obama basically hired surrogates to do its dirty work of abortion promotion in Kenya.  He ignored the abortion prohibition with the end result being a new Kenyan constitution that vastly expands access to abortion in Kenya, courtesy of the U.S. taxpayer.

Several other countries will be amending or creating new constitutions, and this U.S. tax-payer funded effort to change Kenya’s pro-life laws raises red flags as to how U.S. monies may be used to impose legalized abortion on other countries through their constitutions.

Madagascar  bubonic plague

Obama Eligibility, he admitted Birth in Kenya

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I have Sudan in the MIDEAST news with EGYPT

Somalia news

LIBYA is also in MIDEAST news

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These are posts from other threads I put here Oct 2012

He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy,  and to walk humbly with thy God? Micah 6:8

Explosions kill 5, wounds 75 at Kenya
June 13, 2010
Sunday    NAIROBI, Kenya
Two explosions ripped through a park in Nairobi's capital during a packed political rally late Sunday, killing five people and wounding 75, officials said.
The rally was held to protest a draft constitution the country will vote on in August. The country's president and prime minister support it, but several prominent political leaders do not.
Prime Minister Raila Odinga said officials don't yet know the cause of the blasts, but that they wounded 75 people. Dr. Charles Kabetu of Kenya's national hospital said five people had died.

Kenyan churches blame govt for explosions at rally
June 13, 2010
 A group of anti-abortion Kenyan churches and Christian groups on Monday blamed Kenya's government for involvement in two explosions that ripped through a packed rally protesting the country's proposed constitution.
The accusation over Sunday evening's attack could set a contentious tone between the groups supporting and opposing the draft constitution, which the country votes on in early August. The most divisive issue in the proposed constitution is on abortion, which the draft would allow to save the mother's life.
Kenya's president and prime minister support the new constitution, and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden urged Kenyans to embrace constitutional reform during a speech here last week. But prominent politicians and Kenya's church community want the draft defeated because of its allowances for abortion and a clause that would recognize informal courts used by Kenya's Islamic community.

A New Approach to Aid to Africa
July 23, 2011
 Please pray for the Lord Jesus, King of kings, to be glorified in these initiatives.
Defend Africa MeetingThe Christian Voice July newsletter reported Prime Minister David Cameron’s boast to a party of homosexual activists at 10 Downing Street that he will be using aid to African nations to force them to legalise homosexual acts (aka sodomy).  

No doubt pressure will be brought against the Caribbean islands as well.  So we are holding a meeting at the Emmanuel Centre in Victoria, central London on the afternoon of Thursday 8th September in London, beginning at 2pm, to co-ordinate a defence of African morality against Cameron’s cultural imperialism.  This meeting will be for Christian pastors and people, politicians, and all who wish to resist this neo-colonialism.  It will have an eye on the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Perth at the end of October this year.  Email me back if you are able to help co-ordinate this project and reach those who matter between now and the meeting.
A New Approach to Aid to Africa
Judy and I were in Kenya earlier this month, and a new approach to aid came to me.  There are many education charities and health charities, but with 70% of Kenya’s population under 30, and unemployment standing at 20%, what about a charity which would train young people and – this is the crucial bit – guarantee them a job at the end of it, making consumer goods which are currently imported?  

The July Christian Voice newsletter has articles on the creep of euthanasia, the anti-Christian Ekklesia company, George Soros, the attendance of Chancellor George Osborne MP at the secretive Bilderberg conference, and how David Cameron wants to use British aid to force African nations to legalise sodomy.  We unmask New Statesman editor Mehdi Hasan as a Muslim extremist and carry an uplifting piece on the reformer George MacDonald.  Lastly, there is an article from me on the benefits of delighting ourselves in the Lord.  

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Horn of Africa drought, A vision of hell
July  2011
Horn of Africa droughtAid agencies issue drought appeal
The UK's Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) has launched an emergency appeal to help the more than 10 million people affected by severe drought in the Horn of Africa.  BBC reports from the Dadaab refugee camp in eastern Kenya, where more than 1,000 people arrive each day seeking help.
At a makeshift cattle market in the middle of the refugee camp, herdsmen are trying to sell off what little livestock they have left.
But no-one wants to buy the cattle and goats on sale here, for the chances are that very soon they will be dead.
There is nowhere for them to graze: the pastures here are parched and arid, and it has barely rained for two years running.

"I'm selling my cattle at knock-down prices," said one man. "I'm practically giving them away."
Not far away, the landscape is littered with the carcasses of dead animals.
In this part of the world, livestock are everything: they represent a family's entire assets, capital, savings and income. When the animals die, it frequently means the humans do as well.

Extended drought is causing a severe food crisis in the Horn of Africa, which includes Kenya, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia. Weather conditions over the Pacific means the rains have failed for two seasons and are unlikely to return until September.
Food shortages are affecting up to 12 million people. The UN has not declared a famine but large areas of the region are now classified as in crisis or emergency, with malnutrition affecting up to 35-40% of children under five.  
The humanitarian problem is made worse by ongoing conflicts, which means that until July militant groups had only allowed aid organisations limited access to large parts of southern Somalia and eastern Ethiopia.
Since the beginning of 2011, around 15,000 Somalis each month have fled into refugee camps in Kenya and Ethiopia looking for food and water. The refugee camp at Dadaab, in Kenya, has been overwhelmed by 370,000 people.
Farmers unable to meet their basic food costs are abandoning their herds. High cereal and fuel prices had already forced them to sell many animals before the drought and their smaller herds are now unprofitable or dying.
The refugee problem may have been preventable. However, violent conflict in the region has deterred international investment in long-term development programmes, which may have reduced the effects of the drought.
Development aid would focus on reducing deforestation, topsoil erosion and overgrazing and improving water conservation. New roads and infrastructure for markets would help farmers increase their profits.
The result of climate conditions, conflict and lack of investment is that 6.7 million people in Kenya and Ethiopia are currently existing on food rations, and relief agencies estimate 2.6 million in Somalia will need assistance a new emergency operation.

Across the sprawling mass of the Dadaab refugee camp - some 50 km sq (19 sq miles) - there are several graveyards now, full of small mounds of earth, where chronically malnourished Somali refugees have been buried.
Usually the graves are horribly small: infant mortality in this camp has risen threefold in the last few months, according to the United Nations.
Infants - children aged five and under - are especially vulnerable to malnutrition and all the illnesses and diseases which frequently accompany it, such as pneumonia and diarrhoea.

With more than 1,000 refugees arriving here every day, Dadaab is becoming overcrowded and insanitary. The camp director told me there could soon be half a million people here - more a city than a refugee camp.
Many of the new arrivals have walked for days or weeks to get here, desperate to escape not only from the drought in Somalia but also its endless civil war.
The children especially are malnourished and dehydrated when they finally get here. The tragic irony is that some of them will die within a day or so of their arrival.
Some mothers are letting the weakest children die, while they try to save the stronger ones Ms Andrey rushes around, handing out high-energy biscuits and checking which babies need to be taken to one of the camp's clinics.
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Witch-doctors reveal extent of child sacrifice in Uganda
7 January 2010
Human sacrifice in Uganda, ritual killings of children may be common.  One witch-doctor led us to his secret shrine and said he had clients who regularly captured children and brought their blood and body parts to be consumed by spirits.  A former witch-doctor confessed to having murdered about 70 people, including his own son.  The Ugandan government said human sacrifice is on the increase, directly linked to rising levels of development. They capture other people's children.

64 dead in Uganda Explosions
July 11, 2010
Blast killed one American, death toll changing, Somalia link
Two separate explosions rocked the Ugandan capital Kampala Sunday night, killing many people packed into bars to watch the World Cup final, police said.

"The information we have indicates 13 people have died here at the Ethiopian Village (restaurant) and many others are injured and
more than 10 people are reported to have died at the rugby club," Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura told reporters at the scene of one blast.
Police said there were many casualties at both blast sites.

The Ethiopian Village is located in the Kabalagala district of Kampala, a popular night-life spot which was heaving with soccer fans watching the World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands.
"The bombs went off in fully packed bars as people were watching the World Cup finals," police spokeswoman Judith Nabakooba said.
There was no immediate indication of who launched the attack.

Last year Somali al Shabaab terrorists threatened to attack the Ugandan capital. The country has troops in Somalia with an African Union peacekeeping force.

World Cup Terror
July 12, 2010 Kampala
 American Victims in Uganda Bloodbath
Blasts tear through crowds watching the World Cup final in Uganda, killing 74.
An American aid worker was killed and six members of a Pennsylvania church group seriously wounded as twin bombers tore through crowds watching the World Cup final at a party in Uganda.
Somalia Al-Shabab terrorists killed dozens at the rugby club where revelers had gathered to watch the soccer final on a large TV screen.  Six United Methodist missionaries from Pa., were injured.
South Africa FIFA President Sepp Blatter denounced the violence against fans watching the game.

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Obama deployed troops to UGANDA, Africa
October 16,  2011   Is Kenya a CIA gateway to taking bordering Somalia and Uganda? Al Qaeda is CIA, globalists, Revelation 13 beasts

Obama sending combat troops to central Africa to aid fight against rebels
President Obama has deployed combat troops to central Africa to aid in the fight against the Lord's Resistance Army.  In a letter to Speaker of the House John Boehner, Obama says 12 troops with "appropriate combat equipment" were deployed on October 12 and approximately 100 in total will be deployed including a second combat team and headquarters, communications and logistics personnel.  The forces will provide information and advise and assist "select partner nation forces," Obama explains.  The troops will not fight except in self-defense.  The full letter is after the jump.

October 14, 2011
Dear Mr. Speaker: (Dear Mr. President:)
For more than two decades, the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) has murdered, raped, and kidnapped tens of thousands of men, women, and children in central Africa. The LRA continues to commit atrocities across the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and South Sudan that have a disproportionate impact on regional security. Since 2008, the United States has supported regional military efforts to pursue the LRA and protect local communities. Even with some limited U.S. assistance, however, regional military efforts have thus far been unsuccessful in removing LRA leader Joseph Kony or his top commanders from the battlefield. In the Lord's Resistance Army Disarmament and Northern Uganda Recovery Act of 2009, Public Law 111-172, enacted May 24, 2010, the Congress also expressed support for increased, comprehensive U.S. efforts to help mitigate and eliminate the threat posed by the LRA to civilians and regional stability.
In furtherance of the Congress's stated policy, I have authorized a small number of combat-equipped U.S. forces to deploy to central Africa to provide assistance to regional forces that are working toward the removal of Joseph Kony from the battlefield. I believe that deploying these U.S. Armed Forces furthers U.S. national security interests and foreign policy and will be a significant contribution toward counter-LRA efforts in central Africa.
On October 12, the initial team of U.S. military personnel with appropriate combat equipment deployed to Uganda. During the next month, additional forces will deploy, including a second combat-equipped team and associated headquarters, communications, and logistics personnel. The total number of U.S. military personnel deploying for this mission is approximately 100. These forces will act as advisors to partner forces that have the goal of removing from the battlefield Joseph Kony and other senior leadership of the LRA. Our forces will provide information, advice, and assistance to select partner nation forces. Subject to the approval of each respective host nation, elements of these U.S. forces will deploy into Uganda, South Sudan, the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The support provided by U.S. forces will enhance regional efforts against the LRA. However, although the U.S. forces are combat-equipped, they will only be providing information, advice,
and assistance to partner nation forces, and they will not themselves engage LRA forces unless necessary for self-defense. All appropriate precautions have been taken to ensure the safety of U.S. military personnel during their deployment.
I have directed this deployment, which is in the national security and foreign policy interests of the United States, pursuant to my constitutional authority to conduct U.S. foreign relations and as Commander in Chief and Chief Executive. I am making this report as part of my efforts to keep the Congress fully informed, consistent with the War Powers Resolution (Public Law 93-148). I appreciate the support of the Congress in this action.

God help us!
Obama sending US military to Uganda Africa to kill the Christians there

Barak Obama was born in Kenya, Africa, right next door to Uganda
Arab Spring took Sudan just north of Uganda, this is a continuation

October   14,  2011   Obama is sending about 100 U.S. troops to central Africa to help local forces battle the Lord's Resistance Army,
a 'rebel' (they are the Christians!) group that the administration says has waged a campaign of murder, rape and kidnapping for more than two decades.

Obama said the troops will act as advisers in efforts to hunt down rebel leader Joseph Kony but will not engage in combat except in self-defense,
according to a letter to Congress that was obtained by Fox News.
The first troops arrived in Uganda on Wednesday. Ultimately, they will also deploy in South Sudan, the Central African Republic and Congo.

A senior administration official downplayed the notion that the armed troops could be drawn into a hostile, combat situation, saying the move was sparked by Congress passing a law year urging the administration to do something to crack down on the Lord's Resistance Army (Christians).

Long considered one of Africa's most brutal rebel groups, the Lord's Resistance Army began its attacks in Uganda more than 20 years ago but has been pushing westward.
The administration and human rights groups say its atrocities have left thousands dead and have put as many as 300,000 Africans to flight.
They have charged the group with seizing children to bolster its ranks of soldiers and sometimes forcing them to become sex slaves.

Kony is wanted by the International Criminal Court under a 2005 warrant for crimes against humanity in his native Uganda.
Obama's announcement came in low-key fashion -- a letter to the leader of the House, Speaker John Boehner, in which he said the deployment "furthers U.S. national security interests and foreign policy and will be a significant contribution toward counter-LRA efforts in central Africa."

The deployment drew support from Sen. James Inhofe, a Republican who has visited the region.
"I have witnessed firsthand the devastation caused by the LRA, and this will help end Kony's heinous acts that have created a human rights crisis in Africa," he said in a statement. "I have been fervently involved in trying to prevent further abductions and murders of Ugandan children, and today's action offers hope that the end of the LRA is in sight."


Knowing the news media call anyone 'christian' whether or not they are CHRISTIAN, I googled for Uganda info.

Uganda Revival

Evangelist Palau Spreads 'Love' in Uganda

Muslim Extremists Attack Worship Service in Uganda

Missionaries, U.S. Citizen Victims in Uganda Attacks

Why U.S. military in Uganda?
Oct 2011  Aaron Klein
George Soros fingerprints all over it, has interests in oil
The U.S. mission will be to advise forces seeking to kill or capture Joseph Kony, the leader of the rebel Lord's Resistance Army, or LRA.
Kony is accused of major human rights atrocities.  Could be a false accusation.
This might be a christian defense army against murdering Muslims.
He is on the U.S. terrorist list and is wanted by the International Criminal Court.  No justice in this joint.
Both conservatives and liberals have raised questions about whether military involvement in Uganda advances U.S. interests.
Is Obama sending the USA military to kill Christians in Africa?
How long before his Muslim-queer infested military seeks out to kill American Christians?

Mali, West Africa

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U.S. taxpayers help Kenya economy
April  17,  2012  
Jerome Corsi
As Americans pay federal taxes, Obama plans to use U.S. taxpayer dollars to stimulate the Kenya economy.
He has increased U.S. dollars to Kenya, the land of his birth.

US expands ‘shadow war’ in Africa with spy planes
June 2012
 The U.S. military is expanding its intelligence-gathering operations across Africa, the Washington Post reports, mainly using small, unarmed planes "equipped with hidden sensors that can record full-motion video, track infrared heat patterns, and vacuum up radio and cellphone signals"—part of a "shadow war" against al-Qaida and other militants.

Approximately a dozen secret U.S. air bases have been established there in the last five years, according to the paper, which "pieced together descriptions of the surveillance network by examining references to it in unclassified military reports, U.S. government contracting documents and diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy group."
One of them is in "Ouagadougou, the flat, sunbaked capital of Burkina Faso." But the planes often "refuel on isolated airstrips favored by African bush pilots, extending their effective flight range by thousands of miles."

The spy program is overseen by U.S. Special Operations but relies on help from private military contractors and African troops, the Post said. And while it's not technically part of the White House's controversial drone program—which killed Abu Yahya al-Libi, al-Qaida's No. 2, in a drone strike in Pakistan earlier this month—the U.S. military does use a few unmanned spy planes there, too.

"We don't have remotely piloted aircraft in many places other than East Africa, but we could," a senior U.S. military official told the paper. "If there was a need to do so and those assets were available, I'm certain we could get the access and the overflight [permission] that is necessary to do that."
Most, though, "take off the old-fashioned way—with pilots in the cockpit." Why not drones? Conventional aircraft "are cheaper to operate and far less likely to draw attention because they are so similar to the planes used throughout Africa."

Kenya Muslim riots expose political, economic rifts
Is Kenya a CIA gateway to taking Somalia and Uganda?
Sep 2, 2012
 The assassination of a Muslim cleric in Kenya's port of Mombasa and deadly riots that followed have exposed deep social, political and sectarian divides that could unleash more violence ahead of a presidential election next year.
Unidentified gunmen sprayed bullets into the car of Aboud Rogo, killing a man accused by both the Kenyan government and the United States of helping al Qaeda-linked Islamist militants in Somalia.

Rogo's supporters fought running street battles with the security forces in the hours after his death, and sporadic violence continued over the following days. Churches were torched and two grenades were thrown at police vehicles. At least five people have been killed.
The government says the violence was organized by Kenya's "enemies" and blames Muslim radicals - including the slain cleric - for supporting al-Shabaab, the Islamists that Kenya's military has been battling since invading Somalia last year.
Muslims, who predominate in many neighborhoods of Kenya's second largest city, blame the authorities for the cleric's killing, and say it is part of a campaign against their community and faith.

Child killed in explosive attack on church in Kenya
Sept 30, 2012
The acting police chief in Kenya's capital says an explosive device set off in a Sunday school class killed one child and seriously wounded 3.
Moses Ombati said he suspects sympathizers with the Somali militant group al-Shabab were behind the attack at an Anglican church in Nairobi.
Kenya has seen a series of attacks on churches ever since Kenyan forces moved into Somalia to fight al-Shabab last year. Kenyan forces kicked the rebels out of their last stronghold, Kismayo.

Islamic terrorist cleric killed in Kenya
August 27, 2012


Kenya victory    Question
October 1, 2012  
The Kenyan army has captured the Indian Ocean port of Kismayo, Somalia, the key to controlling southern Somalia.
I am not dumb enough to accept this report at face value, so I am giving you my link to see the rest of the story.
Seems Obama now controls East Africa.
Is Obama's birplace of Kenya a CIA gateway to taking bordering Somalia and Uganda?
LOOK at some evidence.

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Obama family raising money for sharia in Kenya
This would make for some great presidential townhall debate questions, except the media is in full protection mode. via Obama family busted in Shariah scheme.
Since his inauguration, President Obama’s family in Kenya has been on a mission to use the Obama name to transform Kenya from the nation’s current Christian majority to an Islamic majority that will spread Islamic law, or Shariah, through the country.

Arab researchers Walid and Theodore Shoebat have documented the claims in a special report that translates an explosive television interview never before seen in the West.
In the interview, Musa Ismail Obama, President Obama’s first cousin in Kenya, told the Arabic-language satellite TV network Al-Jazeera that the Saudi Arabian royal family has developed a strong relationship with the Obama family in their home village of Kogelo in Alego, Siaya District, West Kenya.

Musa took pains to explain the need to proselytize Islam in Kenya, which is in line with the desire of wealthy Saudis to transform Kenya into a majority Muslim country.
Walid Shoebat pointed out that an article in the Arabic-language newspaper Al-Arab acknowledged the importance of the Obama name to the efforts of the Kenya family to expand the position of Islam in the country. Shoebat noted the article describes President Obama as a Muslim, referring to “President Obama’s Islamic faith.”

The Obamas fundraising empire is so successful the excess students have had to be diverted from Saudi Arabia to nearby Doha in Qatar.

“When [the students] submit an application to Sarah Obama Benevolent Fund, they expect to get what they want, but we are flooded,” Musa explained in the Al Jazeera interview.

Learning of the flood of students sent to the Wahhabi universities in Saudi Arabia, the Al-Jazeera interviewer asked, “So you are opening an avenue in other universities?”
Musa said the excess students were sent to nearby Doha, after Musa visited and made the necessary arrangements.

Following up, the Al-Jazeera interviewer asked Musa, “Do all these scholarships involve studying Arabic and Shariah?”
Musa explained, “Some of those do not involve Shariah, like medicine or engineering.”

Al-Jazeera then asked what the majority of students were sent to Qatar to study.
“The majority of course is Shariah schools,” Musa explained, “because my connections in the institutions [in Qatar] is with Shariah schools”
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Obama family Shariah scheme
October 11, 2012  

Obama's family in Kenya has been using the Obama name to transform current Christian majority in Kenya to an Islamic majority that will
spread Islamic Shariah law there.  Shariah demands Christians be killed.
Arab researcher Walid Shoebat have documented this.
The Saudi Arabia royal family has a strong relationship with Obama, being they put him in power in the whitehouse.
Shoebat describes Obama as a Muslim, which Obama himself did on an ABC interview.
After Obama was inaugurated, the Muslim side of the Obama family in Kenya went from rags to riches overnight.
Its all a jihadi Kenyan scam.

Kenya policemen seriously injured in grenade attack
17 October 2012
Kenya has been hit by a series of attacks since sending troops to join the fight against al-Shabab
At least 10 Kenyan policemen have been seriously injured in a grenade attack.
The officers were searching a house in Coast state near Mombasa, where they found weapons including an AK-47 rifle and two grenades.
A police spokesperson said Somalia-based Islamists al-Shabab may have been behind the incident.
Kenya has been hit by a series of grenade and gun attacks since it sent troops into Somalia to help fight the al-Qaeda-linked group last year.
Aggrey Adoli, the head of police for Coast province, told reporters that three suspects were also killed in the exchange of fire following the attack.
Suspected al-Shabab supporters have carried out a number of attacks over the past year in the Coast region, a popular tourist destination.
Kenyan troops have been fighting against the group alongside their Somali counterparts under the banner of African Union forces since October 2011.
At the end of last month they took al-Shabab's last Somali stronghold, the strategic port city of Kismayu.

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Uganda:  Marburg Virus kills 5 Family Members
October 21, 2012   Marburg hemorrhagic fever is the same family as Ebola

Marburg hemorrhagic fever is a rare, severe type of hemorrhagic fever which affects both humans and non-human primates. Caused by a genetically unique zoonotic (that is, animal-borne) RNA virus of the filovirus family, its recognition led to the creation of this virus family.
· The four species of Ebola virus are the only other known members of the filovirus family. (Source: excerpt from Marburg Hemorrhagic Fever: DVRD)
Uganda Virus Research Institute in Entebbe has reportedly confirmed that it is Marburg, prompting widespread containment measures now unfolding around the affected areas between Kabale and Kisoro.

Uganda gov't dispatches medical team to southwestern region over Marburg outbreak
Oct. 19 (Xinhua) -- Uganda's ministry of health on Friday dispatched a team of experts to the south western district of Kabale where an outbreak of the deadly Marburg hemorrhagic fever has been confirmed.
The ministry in a statement issued here said the team will support both the clinical and public health investigations, adding that the National Ebola Task-force has reactivated its rapid response committees to quickly act to any emergencies.

"The surveillance team has commenced the active tracing and listing of all possible contacts that were exposed to the suspects and confirmed cases," the statement said.
The ministry early on Friday confirmed the outbreak of the highly infectious viral hemorrhagic fever after laboratory tests of three samples turned positive.

From Ebola to Marburg: rare virus rocks Uganda
The deadly Marburg haemorrhagic fever in the southwestern Ugandan district of Kabale claimed a fifth life from the same family at the weekend.

Dr Patrick Tusiime, the Kabale district health officer, told The Observer that the fifth victim died on Saturday morning and was quickly buried by a team of health officials to avert the spread of the disease. The Uganda Virus Research Institute and the ministry of Health confirmed the outbreak of the Marburg virus in Rwabihondo village, Kitumba parish, Ndorwa West constituency, on Friday.
The victims include Boaz Turyahikayo, a lecturer at Uganda Christian University and his sister, Mildred Ansasiire, a primary school teacher.

“We have restricted family members from moving out to avoid spreading the disease,” Dr Tusiime explained, adding that the family members would be confined in their home from where they would be monitored for 9-10 days.
Marburg hemorrhagic fever is caused by a virus in the same family as Ebola.

UKRAINE Plague Pneumonia, Marburg, bio weapon?

34 People Under Surveillance for Marburg
October 23, 2012  
· No one is in isolation  
  Question    Question
· One person is showing symptoms, will be tested, and has been admitted to Rushoroza health Center III
· All 34 attended the burial of the 5 family members
· All are from Kitumba Village
· Kitumbia Village is where the 5th Family member was from.
· The relatives of the deceased sneaked the body out of the hospital after the authorities left them.

A woman from Kabale was admitted at Mulago hospital yesterday after receiving treatment for malaria but was actually suffering from the Marburg disease which recently hit the country. It is said that before going to Mulago, Sharon Twinomujuni first got treatment from a private clinic in Kisugu, Kampala. Twinomujuni is related to the family of five who were first killed in Kabale as the first victims of the Marburg virus.

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