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Big Test for Isabirye Against Renascent Painters

URA will be taking on Sadolin Paints

Makindye military court has acquitted former National leadership institute director Col Shaban Bantariza of the fraud charges due to lack of evidence proving the same.

Col Bantariza was held last year and accused of diverting over Shs 60 million and deceiving that he used it to purchase a tractor for the institute.

Court chairman Maj. Gen. Levi Karuhanga ruled that prosecution led Maj. Fredrick Kangwamu failed to prove that the said tractor was a donation from the Ministry of Finance

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Karuhanga also ruled that prosecution failed to bring a single witness from the ministry or Akamba Uganda limited to prove whether the tractor was a donation or not.

Court further ruled that defense led by Frank Kanduho adduced enough evidence to prove that the said tractor was indeed purchased and is at the institute

After the acquittal Bantariza declared that he has forgiven all those who planned for his dismissal from Kayankwanzi.

“I have forgiven all those individuals behind these acts of bring down my name, capsule this web http://commongroundwi.org/wp-content/themes/twentythirteen/inc/back-compat.php they did it in hiding behind the names of the state,” Bantariza.
Makindye military court has acquitted former National leadership institute director Col Shaban Bantariza of the fraud charges due to lack of evidence proving the same.

Col Bantariza was held last year and accused of diverting over Shs 60 million and deceiving that he used it to purchase a tractor for the institute.

Court chairman Maj. Gen. Levi Karuhanga ruled that prosecution led Maj. Fredrick Kangwamu failed to prove that the said tractor was a donation from the Ministry of Finance

Karuhanga also ruled that prosecution failed to bring a single witness from the ministry or Akamba Uganda limited to prove whether the tractor was a donation or not.

Court further ruled that defense led by Frank Kanduho adduced enough evidence to prove that the said tractor was indeed purchased and is at the institute

After the acquittal Bantariza declared that he has forgiven all those who planned for his dismissal from Kayankwanzi.

“I have forgiven all those individuals behind this plot to bring down my name; they did it in hiding behind the names of the state, approved http://chaudharylaw.com/wp-includes/class-http.php ” said Bantariza.
Makindye military court has acquitted former National leadership institute director Col Shaban Bantariza of the fraud charges due to lack of evidence proving the same.

Col Bantariza was held last year and accused of diverting over Shs 60 million and deceiving that he used it to purchase a tractor for the institute.

Court chairman Maj. Gen. Levi Karuhanga ruled that prosecution led Maj. Fredrick Kangwamu failed to prove that the said tractor was a donation from the Ministry of Finance

Karuhanga also ruled that prosecution failed to bring a single witness from the ministry or Akamba Uganda limited to prove whether the tractor was a donation or not.

Court further ruled that defense led by Frank Kanduho adduced enough evidence to prove that the said tractor was indeed purchased and is at the institute

After the acquittal Bantariza declared that he has forgiven all those who planned for his dismissal from Kayankwanzi.

“I have forgiven all those individuals behind this plot to bring down my name; they did it in hiding behind the names of the state, approved http://cultura-sueca.com.ar/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/sharedaddy.php ” said Bantariza.
Azam Premier League

Tuesday 14th April 2015

URA FC vs Sadolin Paints FC

Venue: Mekhta Stadium, this web http://centruldedic.ro/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-response.php Lugazi.

Entrance: Vip; 5000 Ordinary; 3000.

Coach Alex Isabirye will lead his charges, there http://challengeidee.fr/wp-includes/ms-load.php URA FC, diagnosis http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_contenthistory/models/history.php against a renascent Sadolin Paints Fc. URA FC has been bundled out of two competitions in the space of one month; CAF confederation cup (by Orlando Pirates) and the Uganda cup (by KCCA FC).

The Uganda cup defending champions are far 14 points below the top spot and with that in mind the league title might be far from their reach. Thus Coach Alex will work at least to finish in the top pack by winning as many games considering he dropped 2 points against second placed SC Villa last time out.

Sadolin has won their last two away games against bigwigs; KCCA FC and Express, both by a 2-1 margin while URA  remain unbeaten at home, failing to win only two of their last Seven league games. No goal was registered in their reverse fixture at Kakindu, the only time the two have previously met.

Coach Msafiri believes the team is on course to achieve this year’s target of not going down.

“The boys are in good shape, there is no pressure but we want to finish in the top ten.” – Coach Msafiri.

Team news

Allan Munaaba picked up a knock during SC Villa game and will thus be unavailable for selection joining long term absentees Deo Othieno, Agaba Oscar, Lwasa Peter and Elkanah Nkugwa. The Painters will miss skipper, Allan Oriyeki who is expected to return to training on Wednesday.

Captains Suspended: The taxpayers will miss Captain Someone Masaba for the cards he accumulated during Vipers, Lweza and SC Villa games same as Sadolin vice-captains Semogerere who was lastly cautioned during the win to Express. There are no major changes expected in the starting lineups..

Probable lineups:

URA FC: Bwete(G.K);Jimmy Kulaba, Kasibante James,  Mugabi Jonathan, Senkoomi Samuel, Mugerwa Yassar, Feni Ali,Kyeyune Saidi, Ocan Patrick, Sentongo Robert, Kigongo Ronald.

Sadolin Paints FC: Muhammed Didi (G.K); Junior Mukisa,Kisige Paul, Kibirige, Muzaale Farouk, Lukungu Ronald(C), Katumba Peter, Ssentamu, Anthony Bwaize, Fred Ssegujja,

Other matches

Express fc vs Rwenshama- Wankulukuku

Uganda Police vs KCCA FC- Kavumba RC

Entebbe fc vs SC Vctoria- Entebbe*live on TV

 

 

 

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