Ndejje University team for the 2015 FISU World University League 3×3 Basketball, more about has set of at the Entebbe airport heading for the finals that will be held from Friday 9th to Sunday October 11, page 2015 in China.
The team of four led by coach Chris Kyebambe, will contest for the inaugural crown that was incorporated in International University Sport Federation’s (FISU) calender just this year.
The four players that traveled with the team include 2014 Zuku University Basketball League MVP and team skipper, Jonah Otim Kermu, James Okello, Derrick Katumba and 22-year old Michael Otieno.
24 Teams are lined up for action with 12 Men’s and 12 Women’s teams respectively. UCU will represent Uganda and the continent in the ladies category.
Southern Cross University (AUS), UNOESC (BRA), UQAM (Canada), Peking University, Huaqiao University -(China), University of Bordeaux (France), Northumbria University (GBr), St. Petersburg State University of Technology and Design (Russia), UCAO/St.Michel SEN University of Basel (SUI), Mingdao University (TPE) and Ndejje University
UNIVERSITY COUNTRY Monash University (AUS), UNINASSAU (Brazil), UQAM (Canada), Peking University (China), Tianjin University of Finance & Economics (China), University of Bordeaux (France), Loughborough University (GBr), Kuban State University (Russia), ISEG (Senegal), ETH Zurich (SUI), Chinese Culture University (TPE) and Uganda Christian University .
Buganda Road Magistrate Sarah Kaitesi has set October 27 2015 as the last adjournment for the case in which former Old Kampala DPC Joram Mwesigye is accused of assaulting WBS TV journalist, order http://cromatest.mx/media/widgetkit/widgets/twitter/twitter.php Andrew Lwanga.
This came after the Investigating Officer who handled this matter failed to turn up at Buganda Road Court for the case hearing on Wednesday.
Prosecution alleges that on January 12 2015 at Frelon Guest House on Namirembe Road, viagra Mwesigye assaulted Lwanga thus causing him bodily harm as well as damaging his video camera and another cameras belonging to a Bukedde Television Journalist.
It is further alleged that Mwesigye battered these journalists with an electric cable as they were covering a demonstration for the unemployed youth.
Meanwhile, more about Lwanga has lamented that his health condition which he earlier thought was improving is fast deteriorating.
“I am worried about my life because I have been whimpering in pain for a long time. I spend a lot of money on medication which has made my life so worrying,” Lwanga revealed to journalists outside court.
Police footed Lwanga’s medication bills but he argues life has been very difficult for him.