Kizza Scores Another Brace in Simba Big Win


Former Students of Kitabi Seminary have asked President Yoweri Museveni and the Inspector General of Police Gen Kale Kayihura to rein over the Buhweju Resident District Commissioner (RDC) Moses Mwebesa who last week attacked Bihanga Catholic Parish and disrupted late night prayers.

The RDC who was flanked by the area DPC and DISO reportedly stormed the Church on 30th January 2016 and disrupted overnight prayers preceded by the Eucharistic celebration.

He is said to have assaulted Deusdedit Nabeeta who was preaching on the pulpit, there grabbed his microphone and asked the Christians to leave.

The leaders also accosted the parish priest Rev Fr. Kenneth Beingana who was trying to calm the situation. The RDC reportedly accused the church leaders of backing opposition political candidates in the area.

The Kitabi former students under their umbrella body Kitabi Seminary Old Boys Association (KISOBA) are seeking punitive measures against the errant RDC and his squad.

The OBs in a statement also asked President Museveni and the IGP “to assure the catholic community in Uganda that such acts shall not happen again and the freedom of worship as enshrined in our cherished constitution shall be respected by agents of the state.”

“Decency would demand that the belligerent actors deliver an unequivocal and unconditional apology to the Parish Priest, viagra dosage the catholic community of Bihanga Parish and the Archbishop under whose jurisdiction the Parish falls.  Four days since, nothing of the sort has been done,” stressed the Association Vice Chairperson Raymond A. Karamagi

“The celebration of mass is a sacred act to the catholic community and any attempts to disrupt such by anyone irrespective of their status is an affront on the deepest of our beliefs and at the very least sacrilegious.  Such actions call for spiritual cleansing of the offenders,” he noted.

Earlier this week, the church leaders had written to the Minister in Charge of Presidency Hon Frank Tumwebaze to take action against the RDC.
In Tanzania’s Vodacom premier league, stuff their are currently only two names reverberating in the ears; Jackson Mayanja and Hamis ‘Diego’ Kizza, diagnosis both for the good reasons.

On Wednesday, Kizza scored a brace as Simba whitewashed Mgambo JKT 5-1 at the National stadium in Dar Es Salaam. The Cranes striker has now scored four goals in two matches inside four days after latching another double on Sunday against African Sports.

Diego opened the scores just five minutes into the game calmly converting Ibrahim Hajib’s cross. He failed to double the lead barely ten minutes later when Mgambo’s keeper punched away his kick from the penalty spot.

The former URA FC and Young Africans forward scored his second goal eight minutes to time from Hassan Kessy’s cross. The other goals were scored by Ibrahim Hajib, Mwinyi Kazimoto and second half substitute Daniel Lyanga.

Uganda Cranes centre back Murshid Jjuko feautered for the entire game while former Kcca fc and Azam winger Brian Majwega was absent.

The win is the fifth consecutive for Simba Sports club since Ugandan tactician Jackson Mayanja assumed the coaching role on interim basis. The Msimbazi based giants are now second on the log with 39 points after 17 games, only one point below leaders Yanga SC.


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