The team to represent Uganda at the Engage International Youth Tag Rugby 7’s Tournament have set off for Coventry City in the United Kingdom.
While flagging them off earlier on Thursday, pill pilule http://confusedcoconut.com/wp-admin/includes/user.php Uganda Rugby Union president Andrew Owuor commended the young players for their hard work and spurred them to fly the nation’s flag high.
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The Engage! programme was commissioned by Wasps Rugby Club to deliver their Premiership Rugby community development programmes, which in partnership with Premiership Rugby, aim to bring rugby coaching to every child in the city (Coventry).
Uganda is among the batch of countries that will be taking part in first ever international programme under this initiative.
Police are investigating circumstances that led to the death of a couple in Kasese District.
Enosmus Byamukama(30), order http://chicagohouse.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-posts-list-table.php resident of Nyamwamba Division Kasese Municipality strangled and killed his wife, sales Hapiness Nesigomwe (28) before he committed suicide.
According to one of the neighbours, purchase the couple was on Wednesday night heard having a heated argument. They following morning, a lifeless body of Byamukama was discovered hanging from a tree.
The Police, which was called by the residents visited the scene of the crime and recovered a note apparently written by the deceased.
In the note, Byamukama revealed that he killed his wife because she was very disrespectful he couldn’t stand it any longer. The note further revealed that he intended to kill himself too.
According to Bashir Bakari Muga, the Rwenzori region police spokesperson, Byamukama’s body was found hanging from a branch of a eucalyptus tree near the house of the deceased on Thursday morning.
“A Post mortem was done and it confirmed that the wife was strangled to death and the man actually committed suicide,” Bashir said.
The two bodies were later handed over to the relatives for burial.
The deceased left behind a two year old kid.