Supporters of former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi in the Diaspora have sent in congratulatory messages to their candidate who lost in last Thursdays’ election to his former boss and incumbent Yoweri Museveni.
Although he was unpredictably unable to rise above 2% of the total vote, look http://ccrail.com/wp-includes/class-wp-roles.php the Go Forward supporters in the United Kingdom last evening hailed Mbabazi for running a peaceful and clean campaign.
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“We also extend our utmost gratitude to all of our supporters all over Uganda who stood with our candidate amidst all kinds of threats and intimidation. You did us very proud.”
The group condemned what they called “the state inspired violence that has been and still continues to be meted against Ugandans characterized by persistent intimidation, harassment, and in some cases, death.”
“As the sitting president, Mr Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and those working under his instructions have got a constitutional obligation to protect the citizens and to guarantee their rights and freedoms,” they said.
“Continued oppression and harassment which is blatant abuse and violation of citizens’ fundamental human rights will only breed violence which could lead to the explosion of an already volatile situation. Uganda belongs to all of us and we all have a stake in it. We find it abhorrent and unacceptable that a small clique of egotistic, selfish individuals should hold our country hostage and drag it into a bottomless pit of barbarity and anarchy.”
The asked the rest of Ugandans to keep calm and to preserve the relative peace, noting, “It is our collective responsibility to defend the constitution.”
Uganda Cranes assistant Coach Moses Basena is floating in cloud nine after claiming a 3-1 victory in his league debut in the Saints FC shirt as they thumped Bul Football club on Tuesday 23 November at the Namboole national stadium.
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Yunus Sibira pulled Bul Fc back ten minutes later with a low shot. The parity lasted only five minutes before Owen Kasule converted a penalty. Yasin Mugume had earlier been brought down inside the box.
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The victory cuts pushes Saints one place up to 14th with 13 points only three away from the safe zone currently occupied by SC Victoria University. The coffee spirit sponsored side hosts
Tuesday results. The Saints return to the pitch on Saturday 5th against Soana FC at Namboole while Bul hope to pick peaces before the Jinja/Kakindu derby on Friday.
The Saints FC 3-1 BUL FC
Police FC 1-2 Lweza FC
Bright Stars 1-0 Maroons
Sadolin Paints 1-2 Soana
KCCA FC 3-1 URA FC
JMC Hippos FC 0-0 SCVU