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Sunday, 11 August 2013

BY FLORA LYIMO~ BREAKING NEWS NA HABARI KAMILI KUTOKA KWENYE GAZETI LA UKWEE UK -LONDON '' ISSA PONDA NA MUISLAM AHUSIKA KWA OUR GIRLS KUMWAGIWA TINDIKALI IN ZANZIBAR 'NA SASA YUPO MAFICHONI ?? MBUTA NANGA!!



Sheikh Ponda Issa who is suspected of inciting the attack on Kirstie Trup and Katie Gee was shot by police in Tanzania's capital last night
Sheikh Ponda Issa who is suspected of inciting the attack on Kirstie Trup and Katie Gee was shot by police in Tanzania's capital last night''
radical Muslim preacher wanted in connection with the acid attack on two British teenagers in Zanzibar has gone on the run after being shot by police officers, it emerged today.
Sheikh Issa Ponda Issa was hit in the shoulder with a tear-gas canister as he tried to escape from officers after being cornered near Tanzania's capital Dar es Salaam.
Kirstie Trup and Katie Gee - both aged 18 and from Hampstead in north London - continue to be treated in Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, where they are ‘well rested and comfortable’.
Faustine Shilogile, a police commander in Morogoro, where the sheikh was shot, said: ‘He has not been arrested. He has been shot at.
'We have been looking for him in all corners of the country. We are now closer to finding who was responsible for this. But this is a serious police investigation. We are doing everything we can.’
The women are spending a third day in hospital after being admitted on Friday. They are receiving treatment for burns inflicted in an unprovoked attack while they were on a volunteering holiday on the island.
Members of both teenagers' families are keeping a bedside vigil, after the pair were flown home and immediately sent to the capital's regional burns centre.
A hospital spokesman said: ‘The patients are well-rested and comfortable at the hospital. They have been with their families all day. Doctors are continuing to assess treatment options for both patients.’


Scarred: Kirstie Trup, left, and Katie Gee, both 18, of Hampstead, north London, have begun treatment for their burns in the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
Scarred: Kirstie Trup, left, and Katie Gee, both 18, of Hampstead, north London, have begun treatment for their burns in the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
Meanwhile, Tory MP Bill Cash, who sits on the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Tanzania, has urged the Foreign Office to further upgrade its travel warning for tourists visiting both Zanzibar and Tanzania because the attack was ‘more than just an ordinary criminal event’.
The Foreign Office updated its Tanzania travel advice page on Friday with details of the attack and is warning British nationals to ‘take care’ and read the guidance.

Mr Cash told the Sunday Express: ‘People need to be extra-vigilant and the Foreign Office and High Commission need to make a very thorough evaluation of the threat, as these latest attacks would seem to be on religious grounds.
‘The threat to tourists going to Tanzania and Zanzibar needs to be upgraded, without doubt.’
'He has not been arrested. He has been shot at. We are now closer to finding who was responsible for this'
Faustine Shilogile, police commander
A photograph released by the teenagers' families showed the injuries one of them suffered in the attack.
She is shown wearing an open striped shirt and a silver necklace and what appear to be acid burns are clearly visible on her chin, neck and upper chest.
One of the victim's injuries are much worse than her friend's, it was reported, because helpers used dirty water on her burns.
‘That completely altered the result: the salt water and the acid,’ Miss Trup's father, Marc, said. ‘The other girl panicked, ran around, made her way to a public toilet.’
When ‘they got to the medical centre there was no shower’, he added. ‘They were throwing dirty water at her.’
British tourist Sam Jones told how he desperately tried to help one of the women as the acid burned through her skin following the attack on Wednesday night.
Voluntary workers Katie Gee and Kirstie Trup, both 18, arrived back in the country yesterday and were transferred to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in LondonTreatment: Consultant burns and plastic surgeon Andy Williams said the girls are 'well' and are recovering with their families
Consultant burns and plastic surgeon Andy Williams (left) said the girls are 'well' and are recovering with their families and a picture released by Kirtie Trup's family (right) showing devastating injuries''  
Mr Jones, who was on holiday on the island with his girlfriend Nadine, told The Sun how he heard their screams following the attack and found one of them crouching by a toilet block in pain.
Sam Jones, British tourist
‘She just kept screaming that she needed water,’ he told the newspaper. ‘My girlfriend grabbed a hose and we started to wash her down as best we could.’
The couple said they supported the injured women by joining them on a private plane to Dar es Salaam for treatment.
Police said five men are being questioned by officers on the Indian Ocean island after the women were attacked by men on a motorbike as they walked along a road.

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