The Federation of Uganda Basketball Association is set to award the best performers for the 2015 season at a function to take place on Saturday 27 at evening at Imperial Royale hotel.
The federation suffered a setback last week after failing to hold an failed to organise the annual
general meeting due to lack of quorum. Only 25 members turned out falling short of the 50% (32) required to raise quorum. The meeting has been rescheduled for next month (March).
The five champions for the different divisions in male and female categories will also be feted. City Oilers picked their third consecutive win after defeating UCU 4-3 in the best of seven series in December. The UCU Lady Canons won the women’s division. Other champions to be crowned include JKL Lady Dolphins (Women Div 1), pharmacy http://cremeriavienna.it/wp-includes/author-template.php UPDF Tomagawks (Div 1 men) and JKL Dolphins (D-League men).
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The gala is strictly for invited guests.
Kampala Lord Mayor Salongo Erias Lukwago who grabbed a resounding victory in Wednesday’s polls is not in a celebratory mood just yet.
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This was just above 75% of the vote from only 82% of the polling stations from which he was declared winner.
And while his performance surpassed what he had projected, the Lord Mayor said he had no intentions of holding celebrations.
This he said was due to the “debacle we suffered as a nation during the sham presidential election.”
Lukwago said also, that he was still dispirited by the incarceration of his friend Col Dr Kizza Besigye who police is locking up at his home to prevent him from accessing the city center.
He said however, that he was grateful to the electorate in Kampala for the “unreserved trust and honor” bestowed upon him in the polls.
“It’s quite a humbling experience and a historic moment that I will always treasure in my life,” he said.
Meanwhile in neighboring Mukono Municipality, fellow democrat Hon Betty Nambooze Bakireke who was reelected back to Parliament said she would not celebrate but mourn her victory.
“Many people are asking why this time around I am not touring my constituency celebrating victory,” she said.
“There won’t be any celebrations in Mukono Municipality this time because in the current environment there is nothing to celebrate. We shall mourn with the rest of the country.”