Top Ugandan and Fifa referee Brian Miiro Nsubuga will handle the crucial top table derby clash between Sports Club Villa and KCCA FC on Tuesday at the war memorial stadium-Nakivuubo.
He will be assisted by Musa Balikowa Musa and Lee Okello as the first and second assistants respectively as Anna Akoyi takes the fourth official’s role.
The two giants last met in a controversial final that had to be replayed at Namboole with Kenyan referees officiating. The earlier game in Ntungamo failed to end after a series of poor calls from the center referee Robert Donney that caused KCCA FC fans and players to walk away from the game. Brian Nsubuga was the fourth official in that aborted final and consenquentially suspended.
Full referees assignment for Tuesday.
Simba vs Sadolin in Bombo: Oula David (Ref), click http://crystalhills.org/crystalhills.org/media/widgetkit/widgets/lightbox/lightbox.php Okello Dick )AR1), decease Mulindwa Hakim (AR2), seek Nsubuga Faisal (RR) Adipo Catherine (Match Commissioner/Referees’ Assessor)
Maroons vs URA, in Luzira: Odoi David (Ref), Wasswa Sadique (AR1), Mukisa Umaru(AR2), Sabilla Ali (RR), Kiwanuka Edrisa (Match Commissioner/REferees’ Assessor)
Bright Stars vs SCVU, Champions stadium in Mwererwe: Kaddu Ali(Ref), Kamba Moses (AR1),
Mugerwa Richard (AR2), Kirangwa Ronald (RR), Kamulegeya Yusuf (Match ommissioner/Referees
Vipers vs Lweza in Bukiwe: Oloya William (Ref), Katenya Ronald (AR1), Nkumbi Marex (AR2), Ssenkumba William (RR), Katumba George William (Match Commissioner/Referees Assessor).
Police vs BUL, Kavumba stadium in Wakiso:
Byaruhanga Henry (Ref), Turyomuriwe Samuel (AR1), Mugweri Rajab(AR2), Bakisula Ali (RR), Nalule Aisha (Match Commissioner/Referees Assessor).
The Saints vs Express FC, Namboole:
Byamukama Fred (Ref), Lusambya Solomon (AR1), Ngyendo Gilbert (AR2), Ssemambo Aisha(RR), David Davies Katabira (Match Cmmissioner/ Referees Assessor)
JMC Hippos vs Soana, Kakindu Stadium in Jinja: Batte Dennis (Ref), Ssonko Mark (AR1),
Mpyangu Siraji (AR2), Ochom Joseph (RR), Bakaluba Abbey (Match Commissioner/Referees’
Col Dr Kizza Besigye the Forum for Democratic Change Presidential Candidate has expressed hope for triumph next year, order http://dbkschool.net/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-base.php and promised to turn the country around after winning the February 2016 general elections.
Dr Besigye said on Monday that unlike the previous campaigns he has conducted, dosage http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/functions/options.php this one has been much more promising and indicative of the end of the ruling National Resistance Movement.
In his message that also entailed Christmas wishes, Besigye called up Ugandans to brace for a new regime.
“Next year is going to be a year of expectations especially that we will have a new government. We are all anxious about what 2016 is going to bring,” he said.
“I have witnessed as never before, the immense energy and determination that is expressed by Ugandan in quest for change.”
Alluding to the vogue of masses donating money and material gifts at most of the rallies, Besigye described his campaign as “a very special one”
“I have been candidate before, but never have I seen the kind of generosity, the kind of warmth and energy that is being expressed in this election.”
He also told press that he was getting support from unlikely groups such as the Uganda Police’s crime preventers, who he has previously accused of being recruited to disorganize next year’s elections.
These he said had expressed support to him when he met and interacted with them.
“I have witnessed those that the regime seems to be relying on; the crime preventers who the regime has relied on to subvert the popular will,” he said.
“Even those have told me that they will not accept to be used or abused to infringe on the rights of Ugandans.”
In October, Col Besigye predicted that the Crime Preventers would soon turn against the NRM regime because it cannot sustain them.
“These are young men that are disgtrantled with the regime. They are jobless, hopeless, hungry and angry. They (NRM) are playing with fire because those young men can and will turn against the regime. The regime has no money to support them in the terrible job they are doing.”
During his address yesterday at his home in Kasangati Kampala, Besigye said he was not expecting a clean 2016 election but relying on the fully charged and aware population to reject electoral malpractice.
“I am not expecting that elections will be well managed fairly, I am alive to the fact that the electoral system is being controlled by one of the candidates and his determination to hang onto power. My only hope lies in the people of Uganda; knowing that they are awake, alive and aware of their challenges.