The Ugandan team to the Engage International Youth Tag Rugby 7’s Tournament have set off for Coventry city in the United Kingdom.
Uganda Rugby Union president Andrew Owuor commended the young players for their hard work and spurred them to fly the nation’s flag high.
“As selected representatives for the nation, here http://chamberhealthcoop.com/wp-includes/default-constants.php you should make good use of this opportunity to fly your nations’ colours just like the youngsters Phillip Wokorach, viagra 60mg Alfred Bijik among others currently playing for the rugby Cranes did in 2006. You are the future of rugby in Uganda,” Mr. Owor urged.
The players are expected in London Friday morning.
The Engage! programme was commissioned by Wasps Rugby Club to deliver their Premiership Rugby community development programmes, which in partnership with Premiership Rugby, aim to bring rugby coaching to every child in the city (Coventry).
Uganda is among the batch of countries that will be taking part in first ever internationalprogramme under this initiative.
MTN Uganda has launched a new mobile app designed to work on most smart phones in the market.
Information from the telecommunication reveals that the MyMTN mobile app has been designed to offer a better user experience to high value customers who already enjoy a seamless user experience across various service applications.
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Launched on September 1, 2015, the app can be downloaded by smartphone users free of charge from all major App stores like Google Play, Blackberry, Windows Phone Store and iOS App Store.
Users do not need to have an active data bundle to use the app.
The MyMTN app is yet another step in MTN’s journey to enable world class digital innovations to its customers to offer a seamless customer experience.
The MyMTNapp supports MTN Mobile Money and MySelfService which gives users absolute control to manage all their MTN services. Through the app, MTN customers can buy airtime, data bundles, check their balances and access various promotional offers currently accessed via USSD. With an improved experience offered through the MyMTN app, customers no longer need to remember a wide range of USSD codes to use MTN services.
Speaking about the new app, MTN’s Chief Marketing Officer Mapula Bodibe said, “The upsurge in data consumption and Internet usage across all customer segments has necessitated a substantial investment in the network infrastructure to guarantee that MTN subscribers enjoy a consistent network experience across the country.”
“We understand that the customers’ needs are varied and wide ranging, and that is one of the key reasons we are always coming up with innovations that meet the customers’ needs.” she added.
“We are confident and pleased that our subscribers will reap the full benefits. We encourage both new and existing MTN customers to download the MyMTN app. We have no doubt that our world class infrastructure will ensure an improved experience for our customers,” Bodibe said.
The communications operator has disclosed that access to either Mobile Money or MySelfService requires the user to input a password, guaranteeing security for service subscriptions, airtime purchases and mobile money transactions.
Prominent activist Norman Tumuhimbise has been thrown out of his rented house over security concerns, here http://centthor.com/wp-admin/includes/schema.php Chimp Corps report.
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Musoke Suleiman & Co. Advocates further said in their letter to Norman: “Every time and then, security operatives do come to his compound because of you. Our instruction therefore is to notify you to vacate from the demised premises by 30th Sept. 2015”
The latest development unsettled Norman who responded by accusing security agencies of threatening his landlord and forcing him to get he and his family out of his house.
He further alleged that security threatened to arrest the landlord “for housing what they called ‘An enemy of state’”. ChimpReports could not independently verify this claim.
Norman recently went missing for a week after his group Jobless Brotherhood dumped piglets at the gate of Parliament to protest against the MPs’ failure to address issues that affect the youth.
Police denied detaining the controversial political activist.
Norman warned the government of a protracted struggle in the near future.
“Mind you I don’t fight to win: I fight for honour and the legacy of my generation,” he warned.