Uganda Kobs captain and Vipers SC forward, sickness recipe http://cccnt.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-checklist.php Farouk Miya has been voted the best sportsman for the month of May by Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA).
The free scoring attacker won the monthly accolade, shedding off tight opposition from athlete Ronald Musagala who came second and the rally pair of Crew of Unisan Bakunda and Arthur Blick.
Miya amassed a total of 540 points to his name, five and forty ahead of the second and third placed competitors.
In the month of May, the Kobs captain ensured his side progressed to the next round of Caf U23 qualifiers, feautering for 180 minutes and scoring in both legs against Junior Wasps of Rwanda on Saturday 23rd and 30th respectively.
He was also named the 2014/15 Azam premier league best player leading his club Vipers SC to their second title scoring against close rivals, SC Villa in the 2-0 win at Nakivuubo and the lone winner in the last clash versus Bul Fc.
Miya completed the season with 10 goals, just four adrift of Robert Ssentongo the golden boot winner.
Kampala Capital City Authority has cautioned the public to desist from dumping garbage and discharging waste in channels and drains. This is in a bid for the Authority to mitigate the damage caused by the high amounts of rains and floods expected this season.
The Authority urged the public in a statement to respect channel reserves and be flexible in providing space for channel extensions.
KCCA has also condemned the tendency of encroaching and filling of wetlands with murrum which has been on a rise.
“Those that will contravene the law by dumping waste in the drainage channels or constructing in wetlands is set to face prosecuted in courts of Law.”
These floods that have already claimed lives property last week are being attributed to the city’s topography which comprises of hills and valleys with large volumes ending up in valleys.
KCCA says that the problem has further been worsened by human settlements and industrial developments that have extended to the lower lying areas on the banks of the drainage channels.
“However, price http://cloudninerealtime.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/global/wrapper-start.php KCCA has made several interventions to combat flooding such as; regular cleaning of drainage channels and works on Lubigi channel thus reducing flooding in the areas of Bwaise, approved http://cs4all.nyc/wp-admin/includes/misc.php Kalerwe, buy information pills http://consugi.com/wp-includes/admin-bar.php Kyebando, Makerere I and II,” said KCCA.
“Exiting channels in the Kyambogo-Ntida area have also been widened and deepened, demolition of perimeter walls encroaching on the channels and sensitizing developers on proper development practices.”