Federation of Uganda Football Associations, diagnosis http://checkhimout.ca/wp-admin/includes/media.php Fufa, view http://celiac-disease.com/wp-includes/class-wp-user-meta-session-tokens.php has announced that the return leg of the Chan qualifier clash between the Uganda Cranes and Taifa Stars will be hosted at the Nakivuubo stadium on Saturday 4th July 2015 from 4 PM.
“We have already notified Confederation of African Football Association and The Tanzania Football Federation. The change has been confirmed and relevant stakeholders informed. The IMOC will definitely come up with a programme for the match to be hosted at a new venue (Nakivuubo), viagra order http://chesapeakebaydiningguide.com/wp-includes/class-wp-theme.php ” Fufa spokesman Ahmed Hussein communicated.
Erisa Sekisambu’s brace and a late penalty by Farouk Miya from the first tie in Zanzibar ensured the Cranes head into the second leg with a three goal advantage but however the head coach Micho thinks the game is still far from over.
“The match is not yet finished after 3-0! You cannot say you have won the match when you are three goals up in the first half.” Micho said.
The aggregate winner of the tie will face Sudan in the final qualifying stages for a slot in the 2016 CHAN finals to be held in Rwanda. Chan is a bi-annual event meant for players in their respective local leagues.
Police in Kampala has Thursday afternoon blocked a crowd of Rwandese nationals who had staged a protest at the British High Commission along Kiira Road in Kampala.
About 50 Rwandese of the Association of Rwandan Community in Uganda held placards with messages condemning the ‘demeaning’ arrest of a Rwandan General Karenzi by British authorities.
Gen. Karenzi Karake was last Saturday arrested at Heathrow airport. He was today appeared before a London court which granted him a £ 1 million bail.
Ubuwitse Munda a businessman in Kampala who was leading the group told us that they were demonstrating against the action taken by Britain.
“We went to the British High Commission but we were disrupted by police officers who denied us access” he said.
Munda noted that they will continue with the protests until Gen. Karenzi is released.
“If they take him today, information pills http://chicagohouse.org/wp-admin/includes/admin.php tomorrow it could be another” he further told us.
Amos Kasigwa, one of the protesters and a student referred to Gen. Karenzi’s arrest as ‘an insult not only to Rwanda but the whole of Africa’.
He believes that this arrest is politically motivated and might be a move to revenge on Rwanda’s recent shutdown of the BBC channel in Rwanda.
Asked about their next move, Kasigwa stated that they will keep on pressing and also write to the British High Commissioner in Uganda for the restoration of Rwanda’s dignity.