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Where the Uganda Cranes assistant coach Moses Basena failed to stamp his authority, newly signed tactician George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe began to put his imprint on the coffee spirit sponsored side.
Saints got the winner late in the 88th minute from an own goal after Jimmy Kulaba’s mistakenly deflected Viane Sekajugo’s strike.
The tax collectors have failed to pick a win in the last five fixtures while the loss is the second at home after crushing to a 1-4 defeat to Sadolin last week while Saints FC move to five points, three below the safe zone.
The race for the championship becomes even interesting after both KCCA FC and Vipers SC won their respective away matches by a 2-1 margin away to Maroons Fc and Soana.
Saddam Juma continued with his form from the international break opening the scores for the reigning champions as Sekisambu completed the victory. In Lugazi, KCCA Fc shred off a scare from Maroons winning narrowly through goals from Mutyaba Muzamiru and Michael Birungi.
“Game wasn’t bad only that we played under pressure after Maroons scored their goal. Short of that, we would have come out with a decent lead,” Coach Ssimbwa remarked.
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Jointly organized by the African Development Bank (AfDB), approved the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the three-day African Economic Conference (AEC) 2015, has been held under the theme: “Addressing Poverty and Inequality in the Post 2015 Development Agenda”.
Africa is currently on the move, but inequality constitutes an impediment to its efforts to reduce poverty.
The continent has made rapid progress in increasing the proportion of seats held by women in national parliament than in other regions.
According to reports, women’s share of non-agricultural employment also rose modestly in recent years.
This performance, however, lags behind other developing regions. Access to safe drinking water has improved, but sanitation is still a challenge.
“The ratio of girls to boys enrolled in primary schools continues to improve in many African countries, but the transition of girls and boys between different levels of education requires urgent attention,” a report from AfDB shows.
Addressing these challenges is therefore critical to achieving inclusive growth and sustainable development.
The AEC 2015 will provide an opportunity to assess the impact of current inclusive growth strategies by presenting the latest empirical evidence on poverty, inequality and human development in Africa.
It will also provide room for critical thinking on the way forward, more importantly on how to plan and implement Post 2015 Development Agenda.
Since its inception in 2006, the AEC has served as a platform for knowledge-sharing among AfDB, ECA and UNDP.
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The circumstances surrounding the lawmaker’s death remain unclear.
Parliament said in a brief statement today that “Okoro County MP Hon. Stanley Omwonya has died” without providing additional details.
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It is reported that Omwonya collapsed before being rushed to a hospital in Kampala where he was pronounced dead.
A Public Administrator by profession, Omwonya was born on May 23, 1951.
Omwonya graduated from Makerere University in 1975 before securing a Master’s degree in development administration from Birmingham University, UK.
He served in different government institutions as an administrator.
The deceased served on the Parliamentary Committees on Foreign Affairs and Local Government Accounts.
Uganda’s main opposition party, decease http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-includes/template-loader.php FDC and pressure group Go Forward have intensified preparations for huge rallies at Nakivubo Stadium this week after the nomination of their respective presidential candidates, Dr Kizza Besigye and Hon Amama Mbabazi.
Mbabazi, who served in high profile positions in President Museveni’s government before being sacked as Prime Minister in 2014, will be nominated on November 3.
His planned rally at Nakivubo has since been cleared by police chief, Gen Kale Kayihura.
This was after the stadium management accept to host the function.
Adverts ran on Sunday night, urging Ugandans to grace the rally during which Mbabazi is expected to launch his manifesto.
Mbabazi has since been instructed by Gen Kayihura to liaise with Kampala Metropolitan Police for management of security and traffic.
Both Mbabazi and Museveni will be nominated at the Electoral Commission Nomination Centre at Mandela National Stadium on November 3.
Museveni’s entourage will arrive at 10:00 am while Mbabazi’s is expected at 11:00 am.
50,000 for Besigye
Dr Besigye, who has thrice lost to President Museveni, will be nominated on November 4 before heading to Nakivubo for a rally.
Some of the FDC leaders championing the mobilisation for Besigye’s rally include Moses Byamugisha, Francis Mwijukye, Michael Kabaziguruka and Ingrid Turinawe among others.
FDC mobiliser Samuel Makokha said the party expects over 50,000 people to fill the stadium.
He said the event is significant “because it will show Ugandans and the world that Besigye is still the leading candidate who is carrying the hopes and aspirations of majority of Ugandans unlike other candidates.”
Asked if FDC hopes to secure bigger numbers than Mbabazi at the Nakivubo rally, Makokha responded: “Mbabazi is unknown to majority of Uganda’s voters.”
He said Besigye has moved throughout the country, adding, “name identification and knowledge of a candidate are critical in any election.”
Besides, argued the FDC figure, “majority of Ugandans are yearning not for a change of guards as Mbabazi promises, they want real change on issues like corruption, human rights violations and rule of law. Mbabazi’s candidature does take these issues as gravely as Ugandans want them to be taken.”
On November 3, Prof Venansius Baryamureeba will be nominated at 12:00pm and Charles Bbaale Francis at 2:00pm.
On Nov. 4, EC will nominate Abed Bwanika and Joseph Mabirizi for presidency