Election 2016

Be Careful, Col Besigye Warns NRM’s Anite

Besigye rallying Koboko to elect him for president in the 2016 elections (Photo: Francis Bahene)

Police has Monday closed Galz sports betting outlet on Market Street, find http://celstec.biz/wp-includes/default-constants.php Kampala after failing to pay its customers.

This closure followed complainants from a number of clients possessing tickets which showed they had won but the betting company was not willing to pay them.

They had tickets with cash prizes ranging from Shs 60,000 to  Shs 2.5 million, which the management of the company has refused to pay, saying it was a betting error that occurred with their machines.

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Zampo, one of the winners claiming their reward said, “If the machines got an error, its not our problem. Let them pay us our money because they are not banks that we give money for safe keeping. I want them to pay me the Shs 25M that I won.”

The top managers of the betting company blamed the system error on changes in weather in Europe which led to changes in fixtures of different matches during this festive season.

The Deputy Metropolitan Police commander, Godfrey Kahebwa intervened in the matter before the escalation of the situation.

He ordered for closure of the Branch at Market Street until the management solves the issues with its clients.

“The situation in the city has been calm throughout this festive season so we cannot allow these people to destabilize the peace,” Kaheebwa said.

He also ordered for the arrest of some of the Galz betting staff. These are Brian  Nsubuga, Jane Mutesi,  Mable Namyalo, Rogers Barungi and  Herbert Namugera.

The staff that were arrested are being held at CPS in Kampala where they are expected to record statements.
Police has Monday closed Gal’s sports betting outlet on Market Street, case http://cfbtoman.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/3rd-party/polldaddy.php Kampala after failing to pay its customers.

This closure followed complainants from a number of clients possessing tickets which showed they had won but the betting company was not willing to pay them.

They had tickets with cash prizes ranging from Shs 60, visit this http://cyberneuro.com/templates/fw_mazaya/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/com_wrapper/wrapper/default.php 000 to  Shs 2.5 million, which the management of the company has refused to pay, saying it was a betting error that occurred with their machines.

Zampo, one of the winners claiming their reward said, “If the machines got an error, its not our problem. Let them pay us our money because they are not banks that we give money for safe keeping. I want them to pay me the Shs 25M that I won.”

The top managers of the betting company blamed the system error on changes in weather in Europe which led to changes in fixtures of different matches during this festive season.

The Deputy Metropolitan Police commander, Godfrey Kahebwa intervened in the matter before the escalation of the situation.

He ordered for closure of the Branch at Market Street until the management solves the issues with its clients.

“The situation in the city has been calm throughout this festive season so we cannot allow these people to destabilize the peace,” Kaheebwa said.

He also ordered for the arrest of some of the Gal’s betting staff. These are Brian  Nsubuga, Jane Mutesi,  Mable Namyalo, Rogers Barungi and  Herbert Namugera.

The staff that were arrested are being held at CPS in Kampala where they are expected to record statements.
Local superstar musician Edrisa Musuuza aka Eddy Kenzo is partnering with Uganda Cranes midfield maestro Tonny Mawejje and other football household names like Vincent Kayizzi and Sulaiman ‘Mike’ Mutyaba to host an annual football match between the legends and a select team in his home town of Masaka. The match’s main objective is to connect, remedy http://chopcult.com/sites/default/include/js/images/secure.php encourage and guide the upcoming talents in Masaka.

Eddie Kenzo who initiated this idea says, order http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader-skin.php “The aim  of this game is to give back to the community
and Inspire the young ones. Its always good not to forget where we came from , more about lets play this match such that we entertain our people .”

The Masaka select team will be led by Kenzo and Mawejje and comprise stars like, Malidadi Bukenya,Kigongo Baker,Bukenya Deus, Mutyaba Mike, Kaweesi Noordin,Yusuf Baliluno,Dan Ssebuliba, Bulega Umar, Bugembe Ashadu, Kizito Saidi, Kivumbi Martin,Jimmy Ssewankambo, Herman Wasswa.

“I welcome the idea and I am happy because about 70% boys are failing to progress in their career because they don’t have correct guidance especially from the players who have progressed. So its an opportunity for them to interact with them,” Mawejje said.

Training for both sets of teams begin on Monday evening before the main match on Thursday 3rd January at Masaka RG.

The Masaka select team will be training under Medhi Sserwadda and James Kisekka.
FDC presidential candidate Dr Kizza Besigye has sternly warned State Minister for Youth and Children Affairs, ed http://cowlitzfamilyhealth.org/wp-admin/includes/widgets.php Evelyn Anite of “consequences in future” should she continue harassing his supporters.

Besigye is currently on the campaign trail in Koboko District, Northern Uganda.

Before stepping on the podium, Besigye was Monday informed that Anite, a clandestine NRM mobiliser was using money to decampaign FDC and woo people from attending the rallies.

It also emerged that local FDC mobilisers had been intimidated by Anite’s groups ahead of Besigye’s rival.

The FDC strongman did not hide his anger, warning that Anite is headed for tough times.

“If people like Amama Mbabazi are running away from Museveni and NRM who is this girl called Anite?” wondered Besigye as the huge crowd at Obachi grounds in Koboko town cheered him on.

“I have been told that she has been moving around town intimidating and harassing our people,” he added.

“Such people should be careful.”

Anite is remembered for kneeling before the NRM Caucus in Kyankwanzi before moving a motion to allow President Museveni stand as a “sole candidate” in the 2016 elections.

The controversial motion was passed and endorsed by all NRM leaders at Kyankwanzi.

However, Mbabazi would later distance himself from the resolution, saying it was not “legally binding.”

Efforts to reach Anite for a comment were yet to bear fruit.

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