Azam Uganda Premier League secretariat has rescheduled fixtures for match-day 17 from Saturday 27 to Friday 26th February. The effort is to allow fans and stakeholders attend the Caf Confederation match between Ugandan representatives SC Villa against Al Khartoum Watani of Sudan.
“SC Villa has officially confirmed that their return leg game against Al Khartoum will be played on 27 th February 2016 at Nakivubo stadium. Accordingly, more about http://coaststringfiddlers.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-twitter-cards.php the Secretariat has moved Saturday 27 th February 2016 fixtures to Friday 26 th February 2016 to enable stakeholders go and support SC Villa as we wish Vipers success away in Nigeria, this web http://closdescapucins.fr/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/searchengine.php ” part of the communicated from AUPL reads.
The Jogoos carry 1-0 advantage from the first leg played last weekend in Khartoum with the goal coming from software engineer Taddeo Lwanga early in the first half.
The aggregate winner from the match will face Zanzibar’s JKU FC who proceeded to the next round after their to be opponents Gaborone United (Botswana) withdrew from the competition.
In the other match, http://challengeidee.fr/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php reigning league champions Vipers SC will be away to Enyimba International FC in Nigeria.
Matchday 17 fixtures.
Friday 26 th February 2016.
BUL FC Vs JMC Hippos FC – Kakindu Stadium Jinja *Live on Azam TV*
Express FC Vs Sadolin Paints FC -Wankulukuku
Soana FC Vs Simba FC -Kavumba R. G
URA FC Vs Police FC at Mehta stadium- Lugazi
SC VU Vs KCCA FC -Namboole Stadium
Dr Kizza Besigye is leading a massive procession from his residence in Kasangati to Nakawa where he will hold rallies.
Scores of fans are running behind the presidential candidate’s car as it snakes through Kyanja Township.
The FDC ironman is being accompanied by senior FDC officials including Maj Gen Mugisha Muntu.
The convoy is being guarded by regular and anti-riot police personnel.
This comes just a day after Besigye clashed with police in Wandegeya, site http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/single-product/short-description.php Kampala.
“The actions and inactions of our men in uniform can lead to consequences. Uganda is bigger than the commander-in-chief who must respect the constitution,” cautioned Besigye at a press conference in Kasangati.
Police insist Besigye must avoid disruption businesses in the city centre while holding rallies.