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The player was rushed to Mulago hospital but nothing could be done to rescue his life.
He has been playing for Soana Hope Fc, a club participating in Kampala Regional League and the feeder team to Soana Fc that plays in FUFA Super League.
Burial is yet to be communicated.
The body is still at Mulago hospital mortuary according to close relatives.
viagra 60mg http://colbleu.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Except for when the size of the executive is trimmed down to 15 strong men and women of integrity, http://cctvcameraz.com/wp-admin/includes/plugin-install.php Chairperson Public Accounts Committee, Hon Alice Alaso, says the Cabinet reshuffle is nothing more than a burden on the shoulder of ordinary taxpayer.
“The role of President Museveni’s ministers no matter the number is not to advance policy, but to extend political patronage,” said Alaso in an interview with Chimpreports.
The shake up, according to sources around the President, was meant to take place last month if it wasn’t for the internal controversies that arose from the party’s retreat in Kyankwanzi.
Political observers have already branded the coming reshuffle as partly in response to the president’s fallout with his party’s Secretary General, Amama Mbabazi, who is being portrayed as a major threat to Museveni’s candidacy in 2016.
Hon Alaso argued in the same vein that all Cabinet changes are ever meant to position Museveni best for another 5 years.
“It doesn’t matter who is brought on board, young or old, the main role waiting is for them to work towards regime survival, rather than serving Ugandans. That’s why most of them know almost nothing about their sectoral responsibilities.”
Alaso’s views were reflected by Leader of Opposition, Hon Wafula Oguttu, noting that nothing good ought to be expected from the reshuffle.
“If he does, it’s going to be a calculation on how he’s going to retain power in 2016. Not the quality of people who will help Ugandans but those that will thatch his imperial presidency,” Oguttu told Chimpreports on Friday.