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KCCA, Al Khartoum Seal Birungi’s Deal

Birungi with Khartoum and Kcca officials.

By Geoffrey Omara

Apac District Local Government has warned the civil servants in the district against getting involved in the political activities, mind rx http://citybreakguide.ro/wp-content/plugins/thrive-visual-editor/editor/lb_icon.php saying it contravenes the professional code of conduct.

The Chief Administrative officer, http://creativecommons.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/videopress.php Mr Saraphine  Alia said that much as the civil servants are entitled to vote in the fourth coming elections for the candidates of their choice,  they are not permitted by law to openly campaign for them.

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“The report reaching my office indicates that some civil servants of Apac district are openly involved in the ongoing political campaign. I do recall I had given guidance and cautioned civil servants against the dangers of getting involved in open political campaigns,” the letter addressed to the staff reads in part.

He said civil servants who will be caught carrying out campaigns will face disciplinary actions.

“Those therefore openly campaigning for the candidates are doing so in their own individuals capacity and should be prepared to face the consequences individually,” Mr Alia said.
Kampala Capital City Authority FC has completed a deal worth USD 20, this http://copiproperties.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-user-agent.php 000 (approx UgX70M) for the transfer of youthful striker Michael Birungi to Sudanese giants Al Khartoum  Al Watani Sports club.

“We have closed a $20000 deal with Khartoum-N as transfer fees for our very own Micheal Birungi Komunda, adiposity http://churchofthekingmcallen.org/wp-includes/wp-diff.php ” the club announced.

Birungi will play for the Sudanese side for the next two seasons as per the contract terms. However, the Ugandan giants retain 15% shares should Al Khartoum wish to do any forward transfer for the pacey forward.

The former UTODA player caught the eyes of Al Khartoum’s technical bench that is led by Ghananian legend Kwesi Appiah during the recent concluded Cecafa club cup held in Tanzania.

The local Sudanese league is currently off after concluding some weeks ago with Salim Jamal’s (another former KCCA FC player) El Merreikh claiming the title.

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