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Bakkabulindi: Mbabazi not Best Substitute for Museveni

Minister Bakkabulindi (2nd left) at the function

In a bid to beef up squad ahead of the upcoming season, ed http://chachanova.com/wp-admin/includes/class-file-upload-upgrader.php Azam Premier League Champions, viagra 100mg Vipers SC has unveiled four new players to their fans.

The four include Ezekiel Ssenninde who jumped ship from relegated Rwenshama Fc, order Brain Nkuubi from Kira young and the Express Fc duo of Shafiq Bakaki and John Ssemazzi.

The new signings were all part of the victory party held at the Lake view hotel, Serena in Entebbe.

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The invitation-only party was attended by several dignitaries including the general secretary of the National Council of Sports (NCS), Mr. Jasper Aligawesa.

All the players including the newly signed received their league winning bonus as had earlier promised by the management.

The Kitende SS funded team also launched their official club website to improve in the flow of communication.

By virtue of winning the local league, Vipers will thus represent Uganda in next year’s continental club elite competition, The 2016 Caf champions league and the Cecafa Kagame club championship while SC Villa will play in the confederation cup owing to their triumph in the Uganda cup.
Top government officials have stepped up their attacks on Amama Mbabazi, treatment http://chaudharylaw.com/wp-admin/includes/credits.php with State Sports Minister Charles Bakkabulindi saying the presidential hopeful “is not the best substitute for President Museveni.”

Bakkabulindi made the remarks on Monday while officiating at First Lady Janet Museveni’s Kabale Women Football Tournament at the district’s municipal stadium.

He urged the gathering to avoid being “misguided by Mbabazi and his group and forget where President Museveni has brought this country from.”

Over the weekend, page Ministers David Bahati and Muruli Mukasa punched holes in Mbabazi’s narrative that he intends to breathe new life into Uganda’s governance systems, saying what he failed to achieve in his 30 years in government cannot be realised during his short-lived presidency.

Bakkabulindi warned the people of Kabale against being used by politicians for selfish again.

“I would like to ask you not to be misguided by these selfless individuals and forget where we came from as we are getting excited on small issues.  President Museveni is still strong,” said Bakkabulindi.

“As NRM members, we know that President Museveni is our sole candidate as agreed in Kyankwanzi early last year during the NRM caucus meeting. All the NRM members signed to have president Museveni as the sole candidate in the 2016 elections. So we will not allow anyone that will try to bring confusion in the party,” he added.

Kabale Woman MP, Rita Rhona Ninsiima said, “Ugandans need not to forget that the peace we are enjoying today was not got on silver platter but through bloodshed. So they should try hard to consolidate it.”

Mbabazi recently declared his intention to stand for president, a move many NRM historicals perceived as betrayal.

He described Uganda as a “tired” nation that needs invigoration.

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