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AUPL: JMC Moves Top Half After Narrow Win Over Maroons

MC celebrate with Rajab(brown) in a previous fixture.

Opposition Democratic Party (DP) President, site website http://clubcycloautun.fr/wp-admin/includes/image-edit.php Norbert Mao has revealed that The Democratic Alliance (TDA) is still in the business of coming up with a sole candidate to face incumbent President Yoweri Museveni in the 2016 general elections.

Mao assured Ugandans at a press conference at City House in Kampala that talks are still ongoing between the two TDA candidates, adiposity http://concernedafricascholars.org/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/gravityforms.php Dr. Kizza Besigye and Hon. Amama Mbabazi to ensure that they reach consensus.

“Our first outside meeting was in Nairobi (which I didn’t attend personally) where members met with Kenya’s opposition leaders Raila Odinga, http://cutteraviation.com/wp-includes/ms-blogs.php who advised us to take some time off and give consensus another shot,” Mao noted.

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“We are indeed taking our time; we have ceased fire against each other and we are rather concentrating our guns on the common enemy who is president Museveni,” Mao said.

Mao revealed that their second meeting was on Friday which he failed to attend despite being invited due to failure to acquire a travel visa to UK, but happy that it was attended by Amb. Olara Otunnu.

“The discussions with the former UN Secretary General, Kofi Anana were cordial and we still hope that sanity will prevail, otherwise Ugandans might punish us during elections.”

“We still repeat our appeal to Dr. Kizza Besigye and AmamaMbabazi to look at the suffering Ugandans rather than their ambitions; we need to get the obstacle out of way.”

He observed that the Kofi Anan Foundation has been involved in many successful negotiations that have realized breakthroughs including the one between Mwai Kibaki and Raila Odinga.

“We shall continue to put pressure on them so that they can find a common ground for the good of all Ugandans.”

Mao added that all members shall get a full briefing on what transpired in the London meeting on Thursday to forge a way forward.

 

 
Opposition Democratic Party (DP) President, pharm http://classactionrebates.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-post-comments-list-table.php Norbert Mao has revealed that The Democratic Alliance (TDA) is still in the business of coming up with a sole candidate to face incumbent President Yoweri Museveni in the 2016 general elections.

Mao assured Ugandans at a press conference at City House in Kampala that talks are still ongoing between the two TDA candidates, more about Dr. Kizza Besigye and Hon. Amama Mbabazi to ensure that they reach consensus.

“Our first outside meeting was in Nairobi (which I didn’t attend personally) where members met with Kenya’s opposition leaders Raila Odinga, treat who advised us to take some time off and give consensus another shot,” Mao noted.

“We are indeed taking our time; we have ceased fire against each other and we are rather concentrating our guns on the common enemy who is president Museveni,” Mao said.

Mao revealed that their second meeting was on Friday which he failed to attend despite being invited due to failure to acquire a travel visa to UK, but happy that it was attended by Amb. Olara Otunnu.

“The discussions with the former UN Secretary General, Kofi Anana were cordial and we still hope that sanity will prevail, otherwise Ugandans might punish us during elections.”

“We still repeat our appeal to Dr. Kizza Besigye and AmamaMbabazi to look at the suffering Ugandans rather than their ambitions; we need to get the obstacle out of way.”

He observed that the Kofi Anan Foundation has been involved in many successful negotiations that have realized breakthroughs including the one between Mwai Kibaki and Raila Odinga.

“We shall continue to put pressure on them so that they can find a common ground for the good of all Ugandans.”

Mao added that all members shall get a full briefing on what transpired in the London meeting on Thursday to forge a way forward.

 

 
Jinja Municipal Hippos have clicked double digit points with eleven points, treat http://daiviet.us/wp-includes/class-json.php moving into the top half of the log standings following their hard-fought 1-0 victory at the Kakindu stadium, approved http://dayacounselling.on.ca/wp-admin/includes/admin-filters.php Jinja.

The hosts were denied an early chance in the fifth minute Herbert Kakande and Ghanaian import Joshua Twenebouh exchanging a fine one-two before the latter released speedy left back Aggrey Madoi who powered in a thunderous shot but was tamed by experienced Julius Malyamungu in Maroons goal.

The young keeper added four more eye-catching saves before faltering in the last minute of the first half.

Herbert Kakande floated in a brilliant free-kick in the area that forced Malyamungu to collide with Okello. Abdallah Rajab finished the resulting bouncing ball with a beautiful overhead kick.

“I appreciate what the boys have done and I hope they will do better. It was tough because we had a very long break. We didn’t have enough Match fitness but I believe we shall improve more with time as we prepare for future games starting tomorrow,” coach James Odoch told ChimpSport.

Maroons possessed much of the second period with the introduction of Lutti, Winju and Ssali providing better attacking force though they were toothless to get in the scores.

(JMC Hippos): Benson Wegima (gk), Ousman Bojampola, Aggrey Madoi, Musa Wagalira, Constantine
Nalumoso, Herbert Kakande, Walter Bakene (80′ Pauletta Emenyu), Abdallah Ajab, Patrick Onyango,Joshua Twenebouh,Mustafa Mugoga

Substitutes (JMC Hippos) Micheal Nantamu, Godfrey Kalega, Samuel Abbey, Edwin Bageya, Richard Wandyaka, Ibra Massa.

Starting line up (Maroons FC): Maliyamungu jamil, Rukundo Denis (53′  ssali Musa), kayemba Godfrey, okello Silvester, Anguyo Allan, okello Maxwell (59′ luuti Yahaya), Ewol Solomon, Orombi Ronald (65′ WinjuRafael) , kaddu Patrick, mulikyi Hudu,kiyaga salim.

Unused Subs: (Maroons FC):Akol Emmanuel, opio Belmos, Sande Steven, Mbide Ali.

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