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Black Monday Demands Niringiye Apology Over Mbabazi Support

Dan Muwonge addressing press

Farouk Osama Wejuli, viagra approved http://cultnews.com/wp-admin/includes/user.php Johnson Wakalaita, drug http://chicagoarchitecture.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-users-list-table.php Mike Ndera and an own goal by Farouk Musisi were all enough for coach Mutyaba to shed tears as Lweza players lay down speechless after center referee blew the final whistle at Kakindu.

Mike Ndera collected a loose ball from a Godfrey Buni and Fred Kalanzi 50-50 challenge at the centre line, http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/widgets.php drove past. Ghananian Rafael Omoh into the box setting up Osama with a beautiful angle pass. Osama then hit a bouncing shot that Salim Sowedi failed to tame.

Lweza pressed on, their efforts paying off ten minutes later when Osama weak clearance inside Bul’s box fell in the path of Peter Kamanje whose long range pile driver could only rattle the top bar with Oringa well beaten.

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The visitors got a breather with a minute to half time when Farouk Musisi sneaked a powerful low 20-yard freekick inside 4-man Bul Fc wall, for an equaliser.

Second Half assault;
The evident of Coach Isabirye’s half time pep talk was witnessed ten minutes into second half.  Kasibante made a good cross Ndera brushing and Wakalaita finishing with a diving header. Ndera was at it again on the 64th minute with a nice shot that hit the bar and Musisi deflected back to the net.

Ndera then finished the business six minutes later from a low shot with Wakalaita setting up.

BUL FC:Franco Oringa (Gk), Hakim Magombe, Philip Sempira, Mukisa Junior, Mukobe Umar, Buni Godfrey (Kalisa Militon 55′), Hashim Sempala, Farouk Wejuli, James Kasibante (Nkolo Braize 77′), John Wakalaita, Mike Ndera (Nsumba).

Lweza FC: Salim Sowed, Omoh Rafael Sembatya F), Ibra Kiyemba, Henry Wamala, Farouk Musisi, Ibrahim Kiyemba, Fred Kalanzi(J.Kisakye) 72′) Hassan Kikoyo(Mike Sserumaga 46′), Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Moses Ndawula.

Referees
centre- Joseph Ocom
1st- Katenya Ronald
2nd- Masembe Issa
4th- Nsubuga David

 
The Democratic Alliance has set Monday next week as the date of announcing the coalition’s joint presidential flag-bearer.

This was after the shortlisted potential candidates failed to reach a consensus on who should lead the alliance to challenge President Museveni’s hold onto power in the 2016 elections.

Dr Kizza Besigye, pharmacy http://ccrail.com/wp-includes/ms-functions.php Norbert Mao, sale Prof Gilbert Bukenya and Amama Mbabazi held a private meeting for over six hours but failed to reach consensus.

The quartet’s spokesperson, for sale Mao, told journalists at Royal Suites Hotel in Bugolobi that they needed time to reach a compromise.

He further said their talks tackled Mbabazi’s continued membership to NRM.

The DP President said they woulf meet again before the deadline to have a joint candidate.

Picking of presidential nomination forms from the Electoral Commission closes on Sept. 21. TDA must have a candidate by then.

On his part, Dr Besigye said the quartet “is making progress” considering opposition’s arch enemy Mbabazi is now in the “trenches” with them.

He said the struggle to remove Museveni’s government from power is not an easy thing.

Additional reporting: Dickens Honeywell Okello
The Democratic Alliance has set Monday next week as the date of announcing the coalition’s joint presidential flag-bearer.

This was after the shortlisted potential candidates failed to reach a consensus on who should lead the alliance to challenge President Museveni’s hold onto power in the 2016 elections.

Dr Kizza Besigye, order http://chistes-cortos.info/wp-content/plugins/gd-star-rating/options/templates.php Norbert Mao, http://crosswordfiend.com/blog/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-color-control.php Prof Gilbert Bukenya and Amama Mbabazi held a private meeting for over six hours but failed to reach consensus.

The quartet’s spokesperson, Mao, told journalists at Royal Suites Hotel in Bugolobi that they needed time to reach a compromise.

He further said their talks tackled Mbabazi’s continued membership to NRM.

The DP President said they woulf meet again before the deadline to have a joint candidate.

Picking of presidential nomination forms from the Electoral Commission closes on Sept. 21. TDA must have a candidate by then.

On his part, Dr Besigye said the quartet “is making progress” considering opposition’s arch enemy Mbabazi is now in the “trenches” with them.

He said the struggle to remove Museveni’s government from power is not an easy thing.
Some of the Black Monday youth activists are regretting their allegiance to the retired Bishop Zac Niringiye, approved http://citrusresearch.org/wp-admin/includes/comment.php one of the founders of the pressure group who they branded a traitor for supporting the former Prime Minister, what is ed Amama Mbabazi during The Democratic Alliance (TDA) candidate selection process.

The youths, gathered at City House in Kampala on Friday were disappointed that Bishop Zac turned against his core principles of fighting against corruption in the country.

“It is barely a year since Bishop Zac called me and other youths to Namirembe and brought a list of the most corrupt Ugandans topped by Amama Mbabazi. He warned us against working with any one of them,” said the group leader Dan Muwonge.

“To our dismay, the same Bishop who convinced us on how corrupt Mbabazi was is now in support of him and seriously campaigning for him,” Muwonge said.

In one of the Black Monday publications of February 2015, Bishop Zaaka called upon the youths and Ugandans to isolate every thief implicated in a theft scandal.

“Don’t invite them to your burials, weddings and don’t buy goods or services from business owned by thieves; support Ugandans working honestly to make a living,” reads the publication.

Muwonge noted that Bishop Zac has showcased double standards which accentuates the claims by some members of the public that he is a “pay as you go Bishop.”

“We now demand for an apology from Bishop Zac for disappointing this rightful cause. But pledge that we shall not join him in supporting Mbabazi, a corrupt man.”

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