German Minister Lauds Uganda for Peace, Stability

Dr. Steinmeier

Kawempe Muslim teenage superstar, store Sandra Nabweeteme carried on her explicit goal-scoring spree over the weekend in the women’s elite league guiding her team, Kawempe Muslim past a stubborn Muteesa Royal University and Olira fc.

The player of the year nominee scored an 82nd minute winner to see off Mutesa university 1-2 away at Wankulukuku on Saturday before wowing the fans with a stunning five goals against new comers Olira fc.

Olira who had played to a one-all draw with Ajax Queens a day earlier suffered a disheartening 10-1 loss. Hasfa Nassuna grabbed a hattrick in the game.

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The double win takes the defending champions to top of Elizabeth group while UCU lady cardinals lead the Victoria group all with maximum points from three fixtures. UCU thumped London College, Nansana 1-3 away.

In the other match, a double from Winnie Babirye and Annet Kimbugwe gifted Buikwe She Red Stars the first victory of the season as they brushed off Wakiso Hills at home.

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With only two and three match days played, the race for the golden boot has started shaping up with Nabweeteme already in double digits with ten goals two more than Hasfa Nassuna.

Full weekend results
Western United 3 – 0 Gadaffi Integrated

Mutesa University 1 – 2 Kawempe Muslim

Ajax Queens 1 – 1 Olira WFC

London College, Nansana 1 – 3 UCU Lady Cardinals

Sunday 21st Nov
Buikwe She Red Stars 3 – 0 Wakiso Hills

Kawempe Muslim 10 – 1 Olira WFC
The German Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs, nurse Dr.Frank-Walter Steinmeier has hailed the government for ensuring stability in Uganda.

He reiterated that Uganda was now experiencing a big change in comparison to what the situation was during the Amin regime.

This, he said during his meeting with President Museveni at state house on Sunday.

His delegation included officials involved in business, engineering, culture, mineral resources, legislators, Information Technology (IT) and manufacturing.

Regarding regional affairs, the German Minister paid glowing tribute to President Museveni for his efforts towards the establishment of peace and stability in Somalia and the region at large.

During his visit, Steinmeier signed a Cooperation Agreement between the German and Ugandan Governments for the construction of the Bukasa Inland Port in Kampala.

He said Germany looks forward to further strengthen cooperation with Uganda.

The German Foreign Affairs Minister’s current tour of Africa is the 4th visit to the continent that has taken him to Mozambique, Zambia, Uganda and Tanzania.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Sam Kuteesa and the German Ambassador to Uganda, Dr. Christof Blomeyer, attended the meeting.


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