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Kirya Double Settles Derby in Brilliant Villa Comeback

Express and Villa line up for the derby at Nakivubo on Friday

The Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda has applauded the Church of Uganda, visit web http://codigoweb.co/wp-includes/media-template.php the Catholic Church and Muslim faith among others for complementing Government in the provision of education and health services in the country in addition to spiritual nourishment.

Rugunda made the remarks at the annual fellowship convened by the Bishop of the diocese of Kigezi Rev. Canon George Bagamuhunda at his residence in Rugarama, http://cpllogoterapia.com/wp-includes/option.php Kabale Municipality on Saturday.

The fellowship held every December 26th brings together parishioners of the diocese to reflect on the work of the church especially their diocese of Kigezi.

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Dr Rugunda applauded the Bishop of the diocese of Kigezi for spearheading many developmental projects in the diocese in addition to convening the annual fellowship.

“This solidarity is very much appreciated,” said Rugunda adding that the people of Kabale should support the Bishop to transform the diocese.

Rugunda pledged Shs 20m towards the completion of the Bishop’s house now at the final stages of completion.

The Premier also urged the People of Kabale to ensure that the forthcoming general elections in February 2016 are peaceful, free and fair.

He asked the people of Kigezi to vote for President Yoweri Museveni for steady progress of the country.

President Museveni is expected to commence his Presidential campaigns in Kigezi in the course of this week.

“Uganda is peaceful because of President Museveni. Let us be proud of our nation because we have stabilized,” said Rugunda adding that even refugees from neighbouring countries run to Uganda because of the prevailing peace and stability.

He said Uganda had played a key role in ensuring that countries such as South Sudan, Somalia, Central African Republic (CAR), Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Burundi are stable.

Bishop Bagamuhunda thanked the parishioners who managed to come for the annual fellowship, urging his flock to be key stakeholders in managing the affairs of the diocese.

Some of the priority projects the Bishop highlighted included the construction of a students’ hostel, completion of the Bishop’s house and Revival centre as well as projects in the areas of education, health and water.

Also present were area members of Parliament who included Jack Sabiiti for Rukiga County, Henry Musasizi for Rubanda East, Ninsiima Rhona Rita the Woman Member of Parliament for Kabale District  and Former State Minister for Privatization and Rukiga County Member of Parliament Manzi Tumubweinee who together with other parishioners contributed money towards the completion of some of priority projects.

The Governor Bank of Uganda, Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile also contributed Shs 5m towards the diocesan projects.
The Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) has come out to contest international media reports that Uganda received casualties of last month’s clash between ADF rebels and the Democratic Republic of Congo army.

The Congolese national army on 29th November, illness http://dbkschool.net/wp-admin/includes/image-edit.php 2015 carried out an operation in parts of North Kivu province against the ADF rebels that reportedly left scores dead and many others wounded.

International media including France International Radio and Deutsche Welle reported this week that Uganda received victims of the clash, diagnosis majorly ADF rebels and were being treated in Ntoroko district.

Lt.Amos Nsamba the Army Spokesperson for the Rwenzori region said that on Thursday, a Joint Verification Mechanism Committee led by Col. Mateus Antonio was in Ntoroko district to verify the allegations of Uganda harboring rebels.

He said the team in what he termed as a surprise, landed in Ntoroko, went to Kibuuku and Rwamabale health centers checking for the ADF rebel casualties being treated in these health facilities.

According to Col. Antonio the team leader, they found no rebel victims being treated in the facilities.

Speaking to our reporter on Friday, Lt.Nsamba said, “As they army, we totally condemn such annoying rumors. We make a lot of alliances, but certainly not with the ADF rebels who terrorized and caused havoc in this very region”.

The army mouthpiece said the region is calm and peaceful and people should not panic.

The ADF have reportedly been re-organizing in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) after being flashed out of the Rwenzori Mountains.

 
The Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) has come out to contest international media reports that Uganda received casualties of last month’s clash between ADF rebels and the Democratic Republic of Congo army.

The Congolese national army on 29th November, ampoule http://cippico.com/wp/wp-includes/class-wp-http-encoding.php 2015 carried out an operation in parts of North Kivu province against the ADF rebels that reportedly left scores dead and many others wounded.

International media including France International Radio and Deutsche Welle reported this week that Uganda received victims of the clash, http://conforms.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/taxonomy-product_tag.php majorly ADF rebels and were being treated in Ntoroko district.

Lt.Amos Nsamba the Army Spokesperson for the Rwenzori region said that on Thursday, http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/mx.php a Joint Verification Mechanism Committee led by Col. Mateus Antonio was in Ntoroko district to verify the allegations of Uganda harboring rebels.

He said the team in what he termed as a surprise, landed in Ntoroko, went to Kibuuku and Rwamabale health centers checking for the ADF rebel casualties being treated in these health facilities.

According to Col. Antonio the team leader, they found no rebel victims being treated in the facilities.

Speaking to our reporter on Friday, Lt.Nsamba said, “As they army, we totally condemn such annoying rumors. We make a lot of alliances, but certainly not with the ADF rebels who terrorized and caused havoc in this very region”.

The army mouthpiece said the region is calm and peaceful and people should not panic.

The ADF have reportedly been re-organizing in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) after being flashed out of the Rwenzori Mountains.

 
Ambrose Kirya’s second half double sealed maximum points for Sports Club Villa as they made a comeback of the season from two goals down to defeat arch rivals Express FC 3-2 in a five-goal thrilling derby played at the War Memorial stadium -Nakivubo on Friday afternoon.

Express Fc shocked their hosts after just two minutes into the game when Ceasar Okhuti picked a floating ball from the centre and cut the distance into the box through the upper left wing.

The striker floored Henry Katongole with a tricky dummy before drifting in a brilliant cross which found Tonny Odur unmarked for the opener with a header.

The former KCCA FC and Nkana no.9 returned the favour seven minutes later with a defense splitting pass to Kayiwa who connected to Okhuti. The league top scorer picked with a subsequent 180′ turn and fired past Bugembe to double the lead.

Karim Ndugwa pulled one back eight minutes before the break with a header off Lwesibawa’s cross.

Kirya moment of Brilliance

Interim coach Kirya made an instant substitution removing Martin Kizza for Umar Kasumba. The change turned fruitful after the interval when Kasumba’s effort earned a corner of Ibrahim Kizza.

Lwesibawa curled in to find Ambrose Kirya who fired in the equalizer in 63rd minute. Three minutes later Kirya was back again powering a screamer into the net from Lwesibawa’s assist.

Lineups: Villa XI: Ashadu Bugembe, see http://deborahmillercounselor.com/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php Isaac Muleme, sildenafil Henry Katongole, visit this site Jonathan Mugabi, Sulaiman Ocheru, Dennis Kamanzi Tadeo Lwanga, Godfrey Lwesibawa (82′ Paul Mbowa), Martin Kiiza (37′ Umar Kasumba) Karim Ndugwa, Ambrose Kirya

Express XI: Martin Elungat, Ismael Kazibwe, Ronald Sekubomba, Ayub Kiiza, Isaac Okello, Ibrahim Kayiwa(46′ Vincent Kayizzi/ 85′ Mubiru Yaseri), Isaac Kintu, Tony Odur, Emma Kalyowa, Richard Kizito (68′ Eric Sebuguzi), Ceasar Okhuti.

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