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Inspector General of Police Gen Edward Kale Kayihura has directed Kampala Capital City Authority Executive Director Jennifer Ssemakula Musisi to immediately disallow a city rally that was scheduled for Tuesday by Presidential Aspirant Hon Amama Mbabazi.

The Police boss reminded Mrs Musisi that managing such public rallies is the sole responsibility of the Uganda Police Force under the public order management act.

Mbabazi had planned the rally to be held at the Kololo Independence Grounds on Tuesday afternoon, decease http://certoclear.com/wp-includes/class-wp-metadata-lazyloader.php after being nominated by the National Electoral Commission at the Mandela National Stadium.

It so happens however, http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/templavoila/tca.php that the same Kololo venue has been booked by NRM’s President Yoweri Museveni after his nomination by the EC which is scheduled at 10 am.

Mbabazi on Tuesday 27th wrote to the KCCA ED, http://cogocapital.com/lp/wp-content/plugins/thrive-visual-editor/landing-page/templates/flat_confirmation.php informing her about the planned rally which among others would include “a lot of pomp and cerebration.”

Kayihura says however, that the Police have not been informed about this program as required by Sec 5 [1] of the Public order law.

The NRM on the other hand, Kayihura says, has duly informed him about their Kololo rally.

“Given that the activities are planned to be “accompanied by a lot of pomp and celebrations,” and will cover major routes leading to the city center, it is not possible to simultaneously police them both,” Kayihura informed Musisi.

“For the above reasons therefore, the planned activities by Amama Mbabazi are unlawful,” he added, before directing her to inform the Go Forward Campaign to align their programs with the law.

According to Mbabazi’s camp however, if their thousands of supporters are blocked by police from accessing Kololo, they will force their way onto the streets of Kampala.
Kampala Capital City Authority FC and Vipers SC resumes premier league action on Saturday with a plot to oust Express Red Eagles from the summit of the log. Express are on top with sixteen points two more than the two giants.

KCCA FC make a short trip to Luzira Prison to take on Maroons Fc who are still struggling to gain momentum in the top division.

Maroons and KCCA have a lot of interconnection with each other; Coach Mike Mutebi will be going back to a place he once called home. In fact early in the week coach Asaph told Chimp Sports that, viagra 40mg http://cdaink.com.br/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/formatting.php “In 1998 I took my first job as football coach  after being inspired by a then young Mike Mutebi at Simba.” 

Charles Ayiekoh joined the city lords from Maroons in the beginning of the season while other graduates like Muzamir Mutyaba and Martin Mpuga joined through Victoria University. Mutyaba played at Maroons Fc six years before joining SC Victoria. He is regarded as one of the best products of the academy.

“I take the Maroons tie like any other league game and I will have no second feeling while playing against them, information pills http://curiousmediums.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-post-endpoint.php ”
Mutyaba said.

Maroons will miss the services of Godfrey Kiyemba who was given matching orders in the 1-0 loss at JMC Hippos.

Soana Fc vs Vipers SC:
The defending champions have been the busiest during the three week break, sildenafil engaging in about five build ups with strong second tier oppositions. They travel to Kavumba to face a side that has risen beyond expectations, on the fourth place sharing same points with the champions.

Coach Edward Golola is confident the build ups and the breaks were something the team needed but is worried of his defense that swallowed six goals in three build up games.

“We conceded six goals in the five games, that’s  an area we need to work on because we need to  have a mean defense, especially when teams are all looking at us as a target.”

Other matches:
Saturday, 31-10-15
BUL FC Vs Sadolin Paints FC – Kakindu Stadium,
Jinja

Soana FC Vs Vipers FC – Kavumba Recreational
Grounds

Lweza FC Vs JMC Hippos FC – Wankulukuku, Stadium

Bright Stars FC Vs Police FC – Champions Stadium, Matugga

Maroons FC Vs KCCA FC – Luzira Prisons, Grounds

URA FC Vs The Saints FC – Mehta Stadium, Lugazi


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