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Kayihura Blocks FDC Countrywide Rallies

The IGP Gen.Kale Kayihura addresses journalists on Wednesday evening.(Photo:KENNETH KAZIBWE/Chimpreports)

Confederation of African Football (CAF) has appointed Eritrean match officials to take charge of the first leg of the final African Nations Championship qualifier match between Uganda Cranes and Sudan to be played on Saturday at the Nakivubo stadium.

The Center Referee will be Luesleghed Ghebre Micheal and will be assisted by Berhe O’Micheal and. Bertekemos Ghebrestinsae as first and second assistants respectively while Yemane A. Gebremedhi is the fiurth official.

The match commissioner is Alfred Rwiza Kishongole from Tanzania.

Cranes update:

Cranes has summed the build up friendlies with 4-2 win over SC Villa in a match played on Wednesday evening at the Bible college, approved medical http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-gd.php Lubowa.

Sudan arrival

All the Sudanese contingent has arrived in the country. The team is expected to feel the match day pitch on Friday morning.

Sudan contigent:

Ahmed Babiker Elfaki, drug pilule Muhsin Sayed Osman, clinic Ismail Ataelmanan Ali, Yaser Ibrahim Mahgoub, Ashraf Omer Elfaroug, Abdelazim Jabir, Mutwakl Sanad Abdelfarg, Abdalla Suliman Ahmed, Hisham Gumaa Mustafa, Yassein Yousif Maki, Mohamed Mustafa Mohamed, Mohamed Ibrahim Abdalla, Salahaldin mahmoud Nemer, Amir Kamal Suliman, Saifeldin Ali Edreis, Hamza Daowd Zakaria, Nasreldin Omer Ahmed, Khatab Faisal Mohamed, Atif Khalid Eltayib, Abuaagla Abdalla Mohamed, Omer Mahmoud Kosti, Amin Ibrahim Elmani, Ramadan Agab Shareif, Ather Eltahir Babikir, Abdellatif Saeed Osman, Mohamed Koko Abdalla, Modather Eltayeb Ibrahim, Waleed Bakhet Hamid, Abdelbasit Mohamed Sharif.
Confederation of African Football (CAF) has appointed Eritrean match officials to take charge of the first leg of the final African Nations Championship qualifier match between Uganda Cranes and Sudan to be played on Saturday at the Nakivubo stadium.

The Center Referee will be Luesleghed Ghebre Micheal and will be assisted by Berhe O’Micheal and. Bertekemos Ghebrestinsae as first and second assistants respectively while Yemane A. Gebremedhi is the fiurth official.

The match commissioner is Alfred Rwiza Kishongole from Tanzania.

Cranes update:

Cranes has summed the build up friendlies with 4-2 win over SC Villa in a match played on Wednesday evening at the Bible college, clinic http://chopcult.com/traynor/classifieds/141877/uploads_classified/142000/141877/images/secure.php Lubowa.

Sudan arrival

All the Sudanese contingent has arrived in the country. The team is expected to feel the match day pitch on Friday morning.

Sudan contigent:

Ahmed Babiker Elfaki, http://curaacufeni.com/wp-includes/class-wp-site-query.php Muhsin Sayed Osman, Ismail Ataelmanan Ali, Yaser Ibrahim Mahgoub, Ashraf Omer Elfaroug, Abdelazim Jabir, Mutwakl Sanad Abdelfarg, Abdalla Suliman Ahmed, Hisham Gumaa Mustafa, Yassein Yousif Maki, Mohamed Mustafa Mohamed, Mohamed Ibrahim Abdalla, Salahaldin mahmoud Nemer, Amir Kamal Suliman, Saifeldin Ali Edreis, Hamza Daowd Zakaria, Nasreldin Omer Ahmed, Khatab Faisal Mohamed, Atif Khalid Eltayib, Abuaagla Abdalla Mohamed, Omer Mahmoud Kosti, Amin Ibrahim Elmani, Ramadan Agab Shareif, Ather Eltahir Babikir, Abdellatif Saeed Osman, Mohamed Koko Abdalla, Modather Eltayeb Ibrahim, Waleed Bakhet Hamid, Abdelbasit Mohamed Sharif.
The Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura has in an urgent press briefing warned opposition party FDC against their planned rallies and activities starting Thursday in different parts of the country including Kireka, visit web http://cdcsmiles.com/wp-includes/locale.php Jinja and Iganga.

The FDC leadership has organized functions including opening of party offices and rallies .

Addressing journalists on Wednesday night at police headquarters, http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/enhanced-distribution.php the police boss said he had received a letter from the FDC party Secretary General Nandala Mafabi in which he notified police of their proposed activities but said they could not allow the intended activities.

“The notice is technically defective as it  must be written at least three days to the stipulated date of the function, http://conceive.ca/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/menu/admin-language-switcher.php ” Kayihura warned.

“We would have no problem with opening of offices but this is mixed up with unlawful public meetings and we advise them to postpone their program and given notice to police early enough as required by law.”

FDC Tour

The main opposition party on Monday announced it would this weekend turn its  guns  on  Eastern  Uganda  as  it  continues  to mobilise   its   supporters   and   attract   new   ones   ahead   of   the forthcoming general elections.

The  eastern  tour  is set to  start  from  Kireka,  on  Friday,  through  Mukono, Jinja,  Busia  and Tororo.

According to the party’s spokesperson, Ibrahim Ssemujju Nganda, several party activities are being organised including opening party offices, fundraisers and public rallies.

“The FDC, like any other party, is supposed to identify over 2 million candidates who will contest in the over 2 million posts announced by the Electoral Commission,” said Nganda.

“For example, every village will have a nine-member LCI committee, a  nine-member  youth  council  committee,  a  five  member  PWD committee  and  a  five-member  committee  of  the  elderly.  These are 28 leadership positions at every village,” he added.

Kayihura warns

However, the police boss said that such activities are intended to provoke enforcement officers but that they will not bow down in their bid to keep law and order.

“We are being demonized and misjudged for no good reason. We are not stopping those going about politics but they should do it within the confines of the law. There is no police force in the world that allows lawlessness to thrive.”

On the alleged stripping of an FDC supporter last week along Masaka-Kampala road, Kayihura said that there is an organized wave of crime where women undress themselves in a bid to portray a bad picture of the police which he condemned.

“They are doing it for partisan ends and whoever participates in such criminality should stop it .We can’t allow such things to happen in the country,” he further cautioned.

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