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Uganda Cranes Afcon Dream Shattered

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Embattled singer Desire Luzinda has Wednesday appeared at CIID headquarters in Kibuli, approved http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/shortcodes/class-wc-shortcode-my-account.php Kampala after police made it clear they would use “appropriate means” to bring her to book in regard to her leaked nude photos.

The singer made the appearance this afternoon and told officers that she had come to make clarifications on her nude photos that were recently leaked on the internet.

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, sales http://crosscon.ca/wp-content/themes/function/includes/promotion.php Patrick Onyango confirmed the development to ChimpReports and said that the singer explained to detectives that the photographs had been leaked on the internet by someone else without her knowledge.

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He said that Luzinda had made it clear to the detectives that the photographs had made their way to the wrong hands when her ex-boyfriend posted them on his Facebook wall at the end of last month.

Onyango further told ChimpReports that the singer had not been arrested as reported by several media houses. “Luzinda is a free woman,” Onyango said.

“She came, spoke to our detectives and went away,” Onyango added. It now appears that police is going to ask Luzinda to testify against her ex-boyfriend, Franklin Emuoborin court. It is criminal to disseminate pornography in Uganda.
Embattled singer Desire Luzinda has Wednesday appeared at CIID headquarters in Kibuli, http://clearskinconcierge.com/acne/wp-includes/theme-compat/sidebar.php Kampala after police made it clear they would use “appropriate means” to bring her to book in regard to her leaked nude photos.

The singer made the appearance this afternoon and told officers that she had come to make clarifications on her nude photos that were recently leaked on the internet.

Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, this web http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes/theme.php Patrick Onyango confirmed the development to ChimpReports and said that the singer explained to detectives that the photographs had been leaked on the internet by someone else without her knowledge.

He said that Luzinda had made it clear to the detectives that the photographs had made their way to the wrong hands when her ex-boyfriend posted them on his Facebook wall at the end of last month.

Onyango further told ChimpReports that the singer had not been arrested as reported by several media houses. “Luzinda is a free woman, ampoule ” Onyango said.

“She came, spoke to our detectives and went away,” Onyango added. It now appears that police is going to ask Luzinda to testify against her ex-boyfriend, Franklin Emuoborin court. It is criminal to disseminate pornography in Uganda.
Uganda, prescription http://copdx.org.au/wp-includes/post-formats.php losing finalists in 1978 will have to wait for 2017 to realize their dream of participating at the continent’s flagship event since making their last appearance 36-years ago after losing to Guinea two goals to nil.

The loss blew up Uganda’s chances for qualification and plunged the nation in grief.

Thousands took to social media to express their frustrations with the Uganda Cranes which needed a draw to end 36 years of pain.

It was tough for the Cranes as they lost their captain Andrew Mwesigwa through a red card in the second half as it made matters worse for a team that went into the game needing just a draw to qualify for the finals to be hosted by Equatorial Guinea next year.

Ugandans called for more training facilities and identification of more talented players to boost the Cranes team.

Meanwhile, prescription Ghana and Guinea booked their places for the Orange Africa Cup of Nations Equatorial Guinea 2015 after convincing wins on Wednesday.

The Black Stars beat neighbours Togo 3-1 in Tamale whilst Guinea accounted for Uganda 2-0 in Casablanca to claim the two automatic slots in Group E. Ghana finished on 11 points, sales one more than Guinea leaving Uganda and Togo with seven and six points respectively

The Togolese reduced the deficit two minutes from recess through Jonathan Ayite but Ghana captain Emmanuel Agyemang Badu took the game beyond the visitors on 68 minutes with a shot that deflected off a Togolese defender.

Elsewhere in Casablanca, a goal in each half from Ibrahima Traore and Seydouba Soumah ensured victory for Guinea against 10-man Uganda, who had Andy Mwesigwa sent off on the hour mark.

Traore opened the scores on 23 minutes before Soumah netted the winner on 62 minutes from the spot.

Ghana and Guinea are thus the 11th and 12th team to qualify for the final tournament.

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