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1,200 S.6 Vacists Targeted for Patriotism Course

Students and senior officers at Kabalye for training on patriotism and crime prevention

Eight time Uganda cup champions KCCA FC and SC Villa had to navigate through tough terrains to qualify for the semi-finals on Sunday.

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After the break, coach Mubiru changed his game plan, bringing on Joseph Ocaya and Paul Mucuurezi.

The efforts yielded just ten minutes into the break when Kyambogo custodian Joseph Etyang was forced into fouling Baker Lukooya leading to a penalty.

Herman Waswa stepped forward and restored parity from the spot. The match remained balanced with both sides attacking but no one got lucky.

Spot kicks

The match ended level forcing the referee to call for spot kicks. The league champions were the first to take with Waswa repeating the fete by placing the first kick beyond Etyang’s reach for the first before Ocan saved Emma Ochieng’s ensuing kick.

Owen Kasule, Joseph Ocaya and Isaac Ntege completed the rest while only Wilberforce Kanya managed to score for the host with Etyang blasting over the bar to end it 1-4.

In Namboole, Isaac Muleme came back to haunt former masters with an extra time penalty after Martin Mpuuga was penalized for handling the ball in the box.

The penalty was however contested by the hosts leading to the expulsion of Farouk Kawooya from the pitch. The visitors then managed to hold on to their goal till the end of extra time. The game had ended barren after 90 minutes.

SC Villa and KCCA FC now join Lweza and Bul FC for the semi-final slots. The draws will be held on Wednesday 22nd April at the FUFA house Mengo.

Uganda cup quarter final 2015 Results:

9th April 2015: Lweza fc 1-0 Police fc- UGANDA CLAYS PLAYGROUNDS, Kajjansi

Monday 13th April 2015: Bright Stars 1-2 Bul FC- Champions stadium Mwererwe, Matugga

Sunday 19th April 2015: Kyambogo FC 1(1) – 1(4) KCCA FC- UPK playgrounds, Kyambogo University

Sunday 19th April 2015: SC Victoria 0-1 SC Villa- Mandela stadium, Namboole.
Eight time Uganda cup champions KCCA FC and SC Villa had to navigate through tough terrains to qualify for the semi-finals on Sunday.

The defending league champions, try http://catrinmacdonnell.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/gplus-authorship.php KCCA FC survived a shock from regional team, advice http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-includes/class-wp-xmlrpc-server.php Kyambogo FC after an early goal from Brian Kayemba left them trailing.

The lower tier side pressed from the onset and five minutes towards the break, Hakim Ssenkumba gave away possession for the goal as his to be back pass to Benjamin Ocan was intercepted by Kayemba for the opener, sending the fans abuzz.

After the break, coach Mubiru changed his game plan, bringing on Joseph Ocaya and Paul Mucuurezi.

The efforts yielded just ten minutes into the break when Kyambogo custodian Joseph Etyang was forced into fouling Baker Lukooya leading to a penalty.

Herman Waswa stepped forward and restored parity from the spot. The match remained balanced with both sides attacking but no one got lucky.

Spot kicks

The match ended level forcing the referee to call for spot kicks. The league champions were the first to take with Waswa repeating the fete by placing the first kick beyond Etyang’s reach for the first before Ocan saved Emma Ochieng’s ensuing kick.

Owen Kasule, Joseph Ocaya and Isaac Ntege completed the rest while only Wilberforce Kanya managed to score for the host with Etyang blasting over the bar to end it 1-4.

In Namboole, Isaac Muleme came back to haunt former masters with an extra time penalty after Martin Mpuuga was penalized for handling the ball in the box.

The penalty was however contested by the hosts leading to the expulsion of Farouk Kawooya from the pitch. The visitors then managed to hold on to their goal till the end of extra time. The game had ended barren after 90 minutes.

SC Villa and KCCA FC now join Lweza and Bul FC for the semi-final slots. The draws will be held on Wednesday 22nd April at the FUFA house Mengo.

Uganda cup quarter final 2015 Results:

9th April 2015: Lweza fc 1-0 Police fc- UGANDA CLAYS PLAYGROUNDS, Kajjansi

Monday 13th April 2015: Bright Stars 1-2 Bul FC- Champions stadium Mwererwe, Matugga

Sunday 19th April 2015: Kyambogo FC 1(1) – 1(4) KCCA FC- UPK playgrounds, Kyambogo University

Sunday 19th April 2015: SC Victoria 0-1 SC Villa- Mandela stadium, Namboole.
Uganda is set to hold the 2015 All African Women Volleyball qualifiers, click http://closdescapucins.fr/wp-includes/cache.php ChimpSport reports.

The six-day event is slated to begin on Tuesday April 21 and run up to the 26th of this month at the MTN Lugogo arena.

Five countries expected to attend women’s tournament which include Kenya, order Egypt, pills Burundi, Ethiopia and Uganda the hosts.

Neighbours Rwanda failed to attend with their federation citing lack of adequate time to prepare the team because most of the players who participate in the national team were participating in other tournaments.

The top two teams in the round robin tournament will earn tickets to this year’s All Africa games to be held in Congo Brazzaville from September 4 to 16.

Thirteen players are already in camp at Lubowa ahead of the events on Tuesday.

The players selected by head coach Bart Murting include; Femia Awor, Joan Nabuuto, Astreede Agaaba, Peace Busingye, Josephine Nammanda, Flavia Ndawuula, Maureen Mwamula, Zaina Kagoya, Adella Asimiire, Winnie Nakabuubi, Gloria Nantege, Saidat Nnungi and Margaret Namyalo.

The Men’s volleyball zone V group one tournament will be hosted in Kigali, Rwanda from May 1 to 6.

Five countries, Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, Tanzania and Rwanda will take part in the tournament.

The second group men’s volleyball zone two will be held in Ethiopia from May 7th to 13th.
The National Secretariat for Patriotism Clubs (NSPC), approved http://ca-uqam.info/wp-includes/class-wp-taxonomy.php Office of The President has organized a one-month patriotism development course for students who sat for the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) in 2014.

According to Commissioner for Patriotism Clubs, viagra order Lt. Col. Henry Masiko, “the training in patriotism development was launched by President Yoweri Museveni in 2009 consistent with Objective XXIX (a) of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda (1995).”

The course whose venue is Uganda Police Training School, Kabalye in Masindi district commences on April 3o, 2015.

Masiko said admission begins at 10:00am and closes at 6:00pm.

Opposition politicians recently castigated the Police for allegedly politicizing the crime preventions and skill enhancement course for students from tertiary institutions and universities at Kabalye.

It was alleged that students who volunteered to participate in the three-week long crime prevention and skill enhancement course are being politically indoctrinated by the police, a charge the law enforcement body denied.

Selection Criteria

Masiko revealed on Monday that “NSPC works with Resident District Commissioners (RDC), Office of the President and Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports in running patriotism development programs in the country.”

Each district has coordinators who are teachers in secondary schools.

The RDCs assisted by district coordinators will select students who were very active members of the patriotic clubs in their schools and those whose examination results qualify them for admission to post-secondary institutions of learning – minimum of 10 points.

According to Masiko, the selection criteria cater for gender sensitivity – boys and girls who must be citizens of Uganda.

“We are targeting to receive 1,200 participants for the training. Each district has been allotted number of participants to send determined by school density in the district,” added Masiko.

He said the course aims at inculcating the norms and values of patriotism among students and youths of Uganda; having participants appreciate the core values and spirit of patriotism – love for Uganda, hard work, unity, service to community and love for self and training in leadership skills as they are soon to assume positions of responsibility in society.

Masiko stated that the patriotism course will enhance discipline, productivity, healthy minds and lifestyles of participants through physical exercises, elementary parade drills and introduction to plant and animal husbandry and promote cultural values, traditions, performances and songs and performances.

He emphasised the course would introduce them to basic security and self-defense skills, including detection of terrorism signals.

Course Contents

These constitute thematic topics and include:

  1. Comprehensive history of Uganda.
  2. Sensitize students on constitutionalism and governance
  3. Laws of social development (political economy) and operations of the laws in society (socio-economic formations) so far experienced by humanity
  4. Philosophy – the science of understanding natural and human phenomena to think and make decisions
  5. Topics of common good:

(a)          Financial literacy for mindset change

(b)          Regional integration and Pan-Africanism

(c)           Combating corruption.

(d)          New trends in HIV/AIDS.

(e)          Vision 2040.

(f)           Statistical trends of Uganda’s economy.

(g)          Environmental and wildlife fauna and flora conservation.

Requirements

The Secretariat will feed, accommodate participants and give them fund to take them back to their home districts. Parents/guardians are requested to provide the children with the following:

  1. Transport to the school in Kabalye, Masindi district.
  2. Basic needs – soap, toothpaste, etc.
  3. Sports attire and jogging boots/strong shoes for parade drills.
  4. Medication for specific disease/allergy.

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