Jackson Mayanja’s Coastal Union Player Dies in Match

Coastal Union lineup in a previous match

The first Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) to be held on African soil will be a huge success, visit this site President Uhuru Kenyatta has assured.

The conference, visit which will be hosted by Kenya in 2016, will be used to strengthen the ties between Africa and Japan as well as other global partners who support the efforts to develop and grow the economies of the continent, said the President.

President Kenyatta spoke when he addressed a meeting hosted by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the UN Headquarters on Saturday evening.

“It will showcase our own growth initiatives and expose to Japan the available opportunities for cooperation, trade and investment,” said the President.

The President said the aims of the conference tie in with the new age of investment and partnership that Africa has entered into, which is driven by its vast natural resources and markets.

He said Africa is on the search for partners who will support its endeavour to transform economies and improve the life of its people.

“Africa has decided to pursue a path of sustainable growth that distributes the benefits to as many of our people as possible,” said the President.

Prime Minister Abe said Japan is ready for partnership with Africa and will bring its dependable technology to support African countries to undertake wide area infrastructure developments.

“We want to utilise our huge and excellent technology to support Africa countries to transform,” said PM Abe.


The Japanese PM said his country will cooperate with Africa in the continent’s efforts to transform the United Nations and also requested support for Japan’s bid to be a non-permanent member of the security council.

The TICAD conference is one of the high profiles events Kenya has been chosen to hold in recent time.

In July, Kenya successfully hosted the sixth Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) which was a huge success and has attracted massive investment avenues for Kenya especially from the United States.

Earlier, US energy company, Skypower Global, announced it will invest a massive Sh450 billion to develop solar power in Kenya.

The company had first signed a deal to invest Sh240 billion for the same initiative during the GES, which was co-hosted by President Kenyatta and US President Barack Obama.

In December, Kenya will host the 10th World Trade Organisation (WTO) Ministerial Conference. Nairobi will also host the Africa Travel Association 40th Annual World Congress in November.

The world tourism congress will provide a unique opportunity for networking and agenda-shaping for Africa tourism stakeholders.

Kenya shares a special bond with the ATA since it was an early founding member and has hosted the first ATA Congress in Africa. Kenya has maintained its close links with ATA, which is based in the US, by hosting the world congress every ten years.
Tanzania premier league side Coastal Union is sighing in grief after one of the youngsters who turned up for the club’s Under-20 side passed away after a terrible collision during a match against Eagles Academy on Saturday.

Mshauri Salim is reported to have died en route to Ngamiani hospital. According to Oscar Assenga the club media officer, information pills who was quoted by Bin Zubeiry, ed Mshauri lost consciousness after the collision and was pronounced dead immediately after reaching the hospital.

The juniors’ match was curtain raising for the league battle pitting Coastal Union against Mwadui which eventually produced a barren result.

Coastal Union is headed by Ugandan coach Jackson ‘Mia Mia’ Mayanja and also boasts of former SC Villa and KCCA first choice keeper Nicholas Sebwato.

Other results:
Simba SC 0-2 Yanga SC

Coastal Union 0-0 Mwadui FC

Prisons FC 1-0 Mgambo JKT

JKT Ruvu 0-1 Stand United

Mtibwa Sugar 1-0 Majimaji FC


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