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2017 Afcon Qualifiers: Uganda Draws Burkina Faso

The Cranes team has been drawn in Group D.

Buganda Road Grade one magistrate Pamela Lamunu has committed ten Alshabab suspects of the July 2010 Kampala bombings, buy who were arrested in Kisenyi, more about to High court to start the hearing of their case.

State prosecutor Esther Nalungi informed court that investigations in this matter had been completed and that the case was ready for committal.

The prosecution revealed Wednesday that Police arrested these suspects after receiving information from intelligence organization that these people were coordinating on phone with Alshabab commander.

Intelligence organizations in Uganda were reportedly tracking their phones and found out that these people were communicating with Alshabab Commander Adam Muhammad who later communicated to his sources to procure two suicide bombs to the accused in a guest house located in Kisenyi.

The accused and others at large were poised to use these vests to make an attack on Kampala.

These ten have been committed to High court to face charges of aiding and abetting terrorism, cialis 40mg contrary to section 8 of the Anti-terrorism act of 2002, and belonging to a terror group.

The accused have been remanded to Luzira as they await the response from High court on when to start the hearing of their case.

 
In what looks like a fair draw to many, cost http://cotro.com/wp-content/plugins/fusion-builder/inc/lib/inc/class-fusion-images.php the Uganda national team the Cranes has been drawn with Burkina Faso in group D of the 2017 Afcon qualifiers.

The draws held on Wednesday afternoon in Cairo and conducted by CAF President Issa Hayatou, stuff http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-admin/includes/user.php also saw Southern Africa side Botswana and Comoros Islands  join Uganda in group D.

Other East African countries Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania were drawn in groups H, E and G respectively in the   Afcon qualifiers that will see Gabon host the finals in 2017.

Group winners and 2 best second placed teams will join the hosts to play in the finals.

Ivory Coast are the defending champions after beating  fellow West African side Ghana 9-8 in  a penalty shoot- out after finishing goal-less after extra time .

Afcon 2017 Qualifiers Draw

 

Group A

Tunisia

Togo

Liberia

Djibouti

 

Group B

DR Congo

Angola

Central African Republic

Madagascar

 

Group C

Mali

Equatorial Guinea

Benin

South Sudan

 

Group D

Burkina Faso

Uganda

Botswana

Comoros

 

Group E

Zambia

Congo

Kenya

Guinea Bissau

 

Group F

Cape Verde

Morocco

Libya

Sao Tome

 

Group G

Nigeria

Egypt

Tanzania

Chad

 

Group H

Ghana

Mozambique

Rwanda

Mauritius

 

Group I

Cote d’Ivoire

Sudan

Sierra Leone

Gabon

 

Group J

Algeria

Ethiopia

Lesotho

Seychelles

 

Group K

Senegal

Niger

Namibia

Burundi

 

Group L

Guinea

Malawi

Zimbabwe

Swaziland

 

Group M

Cameroon

South Africa

Gambia

Mauritania

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