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EC Extends Voter Register Update to May 4

EC Chairman Eng Badru Kiggundu says the voter register update has been extended for four more days

Soana’s hopes of survival faced another huge setback on Wednesday after being completely whitewashed by Sadolin Paints Fc by 4-1 in Bugembe.

The visitors looked like they had a course in the early stages of the game, help http://crmsoftwareblog.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/custom-css.php trying to penetrate Sadolin’s defence but were only kept away by Didi’s heroics in goal and the twin defense from blood brothers who cleared twice from the goalmouth.

Sadolin had their share in attack but Fred Sseguja’s wasted his one-on-one effort against Wakajju.

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Second half drama

Sirajje blew up a chance for the visitors to go up, approved http://conocity.eu/wp-includes/post-formats.php firing wide in an empty goal after Benson Ociti had rounded up Didi and the whole defence five minutes after resumption.

A minute later Misi Katende was sent off for a bad high boot challenge on Dan Ekoyu, unhealthy http://chamberhealthcoop.com/wp-includes/admin-bar.php leaving the visitors a man down.

Six minutes later the deficit was evident when Norman Ogiki opened the floodgates by firing a low shot into the net with Sseguja assist.

The assist maker then registered his name on the score sheet exactly ten minutes later before he was pulled for Ssentamu Frank.

The hosts played with the fans’ rhythm by completely changing the style pressing more on Soana’s goal.

The efforts paid off on the 81st minute when Joseph Ssemogerere’s hard shot from 16 yards eloped Wakajju for the third goal.

Ogiki then completed the rout a minute later before Kitagenda consoled his mates by pulling one back.

In other matches, URA’s danger man, Robert Ssentongo’s double ensured that Kiira Young remains deep rooted in the red zone.

The brace means the Cranes number 9 ties with Umar Kasumba on the top scorers sheet with 13 goals. Another relegation bound Rwenshama KJT was condemned to a fourth consecutive loss by a solitary goal from Joshua Masene as they hosted BUL Fc.

In Lugogo, champions KCCA Fc suffered their worst result of the campaign crashing to a 3-0 loss in the hands of city rivals Express Fc.

The red eagles scored through John Ssemazi (59), Isaac Sserunkuma (85) and Julias Ogwang. This was the second consecutive league loss at home after losing 2-0 to Vipers last Friday.

Full results

Sadolin 4-1 soana

KCCA Fc 0-3 Express Fc

Rwenshama 0-1 Bul Fc

Kira young 1-2 URA
Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has called for submissions of movies for the third film festival slated for August this year.

Speaking to ChimpLyf on Thursday, health http://cyberneuro.com/templates/fw_mazaya/warp/layouts/modules/templates/dropdown.php UCC Media Relations Specialist, http://compspoultry.com.au/wp-includes/session.php Isaac Kalembe, said the success of the first event held in 2013 has given the communications body more courage to rebuild Uganda’s film industry.

The film festival seeks to unite local film producers in the country.

“The successful implementation of the first event in 2013 encouraged UCC to continue with this work because it provides several local Ugandan film producers an opportunity to sell and market their films,” said Kalembe.

Ugandan film makers, actors and producers from across the country were urged to send in their films for the final event awards night slated for August this year.

Local movies, Feature Films, Short Films, Documentaries and Animations will be considered for nominations.
The Uganda Electoral Commission (EC) has Wednesday announced an extension of the Voters’ Registration Update exercise for a period of four days.

The Voters’ Register Update exercise has therefore been extended from April 30 to May 4 to cater for all legible Ugandans to cast their vote.

EC, sickness http://cheaplikesfollowers.com/wp-admin/includes/ms.php Chairperson, viagra sale Eng. Dr. Badru Kiggundu told journalists at the commission headquarters in Kampala that the decision was taken following the increased number of applicants that flocked the voters’ update centres.

Kiggundu noted that the need for extra days is also linked to the fact that the parish centers are concurrently carrying out two exercises which include verification of Ugandan citizens for acquisition of the National Identity card and update of voters’ register.

“As a result of the extension of the general update period, diagnosis some activities on the road map to the 2016 general elections have been adjusted,” Kiggundu observed.

Kiggundu revealed that the display of registers for Youth, PWDs and Older Persons in each village will be conducted from June 30 to July 9, 2015.

“Display of the National Voters’ Register at each polling station in line with Electoral Commission Act section 24 (1) and section 25 (1) will commence on June 30 to July 20, 2015.”

Nomination of candidates for village youth, PWDs and Older persons elections will start from July 3 to July 14, 2015. Campaigns for village youth, PWDs and Older persons will be conducted from July 17 to September 9, 2015.

“The rest of the activities on the road map remain as earlier communicated.”

Asked to comment on the new constitutional reforms that call for the change of the EC name to an Independent Electoral Commission, Kiggundu noted that the commission is yet to receive any official communication but promised to adhere to any reforms issued and for any disagreements, the commission would appeal to Parliament.

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