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FIXTURES: FUFA Big League Returns

Kumi United face Baza Holdings at Boma grounds, Kumi

Social media platforms in Uganda are trending with this one topic, find http://dailyampersand.com/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/tribe/date_utils.php the newly crowned Miss Uganda 2014/15, http://daa.asn.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php Leah Kalanguka with most of the feed being ridiculous and some supportive.

Kalanguka in an interview with a certain TV station fired back at her haters and all those who have been rubbed the wrong way by her victory as Uganda’s beauty queen saying that they are not thinking straight and that soon they will see the clear picture. She further said that they are all just helping her trend and become more popular.

Leah admitted to having seen all the reactions from people about her victory on social media but says she will not be deterred by the negative energy from haters. She believed it will come down after some time.

“I have been seeing all the comments and articles from the media and I understand that I cannot only get positive reviews and comments. All media is good. I understand that there has to be the negative media reviews, http://cvts.ng/components/com_k2/controllers/item.php ” the ever smiling Leah said.

With the way various people have come out to air their dissatisfaction about the choice of this year’s Miss Uganda saying that she is not deserving of the crown, Dr. Kihura Nkuba a prominent commentator on African issues and a judge in the peagent saw it necessary to give some insight into the meaning of beauty and the criteria that were used in choosing Miss Uganda.

He said that in Africa, beauty is not about the appearance but what is within; that is a woman’s inner self and essence. He further explained that true meaning of African beauty is rooted in learning, language, history and culture hence every culture has a different interpretation of beauty.

When asked about what inspired her to contest for the much coveted crown in Uganda, Leah said she has always wanted to be Miss Uganda. She however added that the fact that this year’s Miss Uganda theme was rooted in agriculture just further boosted her interest in the beauty pageant.

Leah also revealed that she learnt a lot in the boot camp about agriculture and will continue the search for knowledge in the field. Being a poultry farmer herself, the girl from Kamuli explained that while in the boot camp, she understood that her chicks died because they did not have a good home. She also said that she wants to venture into mushroom growing.

As to what she would do as Miss Uganda, Leah promised to advocate for value addition to see that agricultural produce gains more market. She also promised to work together with fellow Ugandans especially the youth in the agriculture sector since there are many jobs so as to reduce the rate of unemployment amongst the youths.

Leah’s final remarks to all those that accept or resent her reign were, “Love me, because I love you all right back.”
City Tycoon and Panamera Boss Desh Kananura has again landed in trouble with the Uganda Revenue Authority over state of the art automobiles that he imported few days ago.

Desh who is still answering charges at the High Court in which he allegedly killed his worker at Panemera Bar recently imported a Ferrari, unhealthy http://challengeidee.fr/wp-includes/ms-blogs.php Lamborghini and a Rolls Royce  that were apparently ordered by one, viagra 100mg http://copiproperties.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp.php Tim Kizito

However, immediately on arrival, the monster machines were taken to URA offices in a move that was recently started to curb dubious entry of vehicles in the country.

The other vehicles that were impounded in the URA operation include a Mercedes Benz, Cross Country, BMWs and a Rage Rover Sport. The owners of these are yet to be identified by ChimpLyf.

According to URA’s James Kisaale most of these vehicles have forged tax papers or  have been stolen from other  countries.
The FUFA Big league returns to the fray once again with 7 fixtures across the country on Thursday, rx http://cottages-with-a-view.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/plugin-install.php 27th November 2014.

3 of the games will be played in the Elgon group and another 4 in the Rwenzori group.

Elgon group leaders, Kireka United face stern away test against the unpredictable Kirinya Jinja S.S side in Jinja as Artland K plays Maroons at the Luzira Stadium.

After Thursday, the league will take a day off before it resumes on Saturday with another round of games to be played.

In the Rwenzori group, leaders Water F.C will pray and play for a home victory at their Mengo S.S Stadium to ensure a lead extension since their arch rivals, The Saints F.C will not be in action.

Thursday, 29th November 2014:

Elgon Group:

Thursday, 27th November 2014 (All Games Kick off 4:30 p.m):

Proline Vs Wandegeya – Lugogo

Maroons Vs Artland – Luzira Prisons Play ground

Kirinya Jinja S.S Vs Kireka United – Kirinya S.S grounds

Rwenzori Group:

Jinja Municipal Council Vs Soroti Garage – Kakindu Stadium

Paidah Black Angels Vs Hope Doves – Barokoro Zombo Stadium

Water F.C Vs Vs Ngora Freda Carr – Mengo S.S Grounds

CRO Vs Namasagali F.C – Mbale Municipal Stadium

Saturday, 29th November 2014:

Elgon Group:

VCC Vs Busia United – Masindi Stadium

Kirinya Jinja S.S Vs Proline – Kirinya S.S Play grounds

Synergy Vs Masaka L.C – Masaka Recreational Stadium

Rwenzori Group:

Kumi United Vs Baza Holdings – Boma grounds, Kumi

Monday, 1st December 2014

Rwenzori Group:

Soroti Garage Vs Baza Holdings – Soroti Play Grounds

 

 

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