Leaders in the South Western district of Isingiro South are plotting arrests of majorly opposition leadership who are busy impairing government development programs in the name soliciting votes for the 2016 general elections.
Sub county Chairpersons and Speakers headed by the Chairman Ruborogota Sub County Sseguya Ronald on Monday held an emergency meeting to devise ways of stopping politicians who go around de-campaigning government initiatives such is Operation Wealth Creation.
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Tumwesigye reportedly had been traversing the Nyakitunda, Ruborogota, Kabuyanda, Kikagati and others, telling people to reject the seedlings provided by government because they would not get them out of poverty.
Nyakitunda Sub county Speaker Mubangizi who was chairing the meeting revealed that Tumwsigye was misguiding the locals that the soils in this district don’t support the crops and that they would be wasting their time and resources embarking on these projects.
Mubangizi told the meeting that on the contrary, coffee does well in the area and that Isingiro District had been earmarked and zoned by Government to grow coffee and bananas.
Commenting on the developments, the district MP Hon. Byarugaba Alex Bakunda told Chimpreports that the area had continued to lag behind economically because of such elements.
He called upon the locals to always ignore such politicians with dangerous propaganda that is meant, who are poised to serve their personal interests.
Chimpreports was still trying in vain to reach Tumwesigye.
Amavubi head coach, web http://cocktaildream.be/wp-admin/includes/user.php Johnny McKinstry has summoned 24 players to the national U23 camp ahead of the Africa U23 championships and Olympic Games qualifiers.
The squad has two foreign-based youngsters; Belgian based Rwandan defender Solomon Nirisake and Italy-Based Bonfils Kabanda.
The squad that comprises three players from AS Kigali, clinic http://chopcult.com/includes/include/js/images/secure.php five players from giants APR, this http://datedgear.com/wp-admin/includes/bookmark.php eight from Rayon Sports was supposed to report in camp starting Monday at La Palisse Nyandungu and train at the Amahoro national stadium.
The team will face Somalia on Saturday April 25 in the first round qualifiers with the winner progresses to meet Uganda, who is exempted from this stage.
The return leg will be played in Nairobi on May 9 2015 due to insecurity in the war ravaged Somalia.
The winner (against Uganda) will then square out with Egypt for a chance to qualify for the 2015 CAF_U23 championship to be held in Senegal starting September 5th to 19th. Only Eight teams will eventually qualify.
This will be coach McKinstry’s second game in charge after losing to Zambia in a friendly earlier this month.
He will be deputized by former Rayon Sports assistant coach following the suspension of assistant coach Vincent Moshami and goalkeeper coach Ibrahim Mugisha for violent conduct.
Mugisha will be replaced by former Rwanda custodian, Thomas Higiro.
Goalkeepers; Olivier Kwizera (APR), Marcel Nzorora (police), Yves Kimenyi(APR)
Defenders; Emery Bayisenga, Herve RugwiroMichel Rusheshangoga- (APR), Faustin Usengimana,Emmanuel Imanishimamwe- (Rayon sports), Solomon Nirisarike(st. Truiden, Belgium) Janvier Mutijina(As Kigali)Celestine Ndayishimiye(Mukura)
Midfielders; Djihad Bizimana, Robert Ndatimana- (Rayon Sports), Andrew Buteera, Yannick Mukunzu- (APR), Bonfis Kabanda(ASD Sangiovannesse-Italy) Kevin Muhire (Isonga)
Forwards; Justin Mico, Isaie Songa (AS Kigali), Savio Dominique Nshuti (Isonga), Jeane Marie Muvandimwe(Gicumbi), Isaac Muganza (Rayon Sports), Betrand Iradukunda (APR) Bienvenue Mugenzi (Marines)