As Uganda Cranes intensify preparations and training for the second leg of the 2016 Chan final qualifier, discount http://class-actions.us/wp-content/plugins/layerslider/wp/hooks.php preferred goalie and first leg hero, http://chanceandhydrick.com/wp-content/plugins/layerslider/init.php James Alitho has urged his team mates to improve their attitude before and during the game.
“We have to improve on our attitude, if we are to win matches comfortably. It was something that went down during our last match (Vs. Sudan), more so, when we conceded the penalty and were less,” the giant custodian said.
“We must also push ourselves further than what the coaches give us. Individual commitment is vital in teamwork both in training and during games.”
The Vipers goalie has been on rise since his colleague, Ismael Watenga got injured late last season and has led his club to league glory. The youthful keeper has been in charge of all the three Chan games conceding only one goal which was John Bocco’s penalty against Tanzania.
James Alitho is currently training with the Cranes ahead of the return leg which will be played on the artificial turf
at the Khartoum Stadium on Sunday 25th October, 2015.
Just days after the former Prime Minister, no rx http://civilianpeaceservice.ca/wp-includes/class-walker-comment.php Amama Mbabazi unveiled his 2016 election taskforce, http://cybermed.edu.my/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-post-comments-list-table.php Democratic Party (DP) President Norbert Mao has revealed it is now time for the party to formalize and document their collaboration with him as their presidential candidate.
The decision was reached after the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) retreat in Masaka over the weekend where members discussed at length the party’s collaborative principles with the candidature of Amama Mbabazi.
“I am now at peace after NEC anonymously supported Mbabazi after explaining to them circumstances under which we took the decision to offer our support to him,” Mao said while addressing the media at the party’s weekly press briefing at City House in Kampala.
The DP president noted that the party governing organ also cautioned members against attacking and use of hate language on other opposition politicians like the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) flag bearer, Dr. Kizza Besigye since he is also a TDA member.
“NEC also decided that our relationship with Mbabazi and the Go Forward should be captured in a written addendum to the TDA protocol and our legal advisory committee is working on that and before the end of this week, we will formally sign that addendum,” Mao revealed.
DP endorsed Mbabazi for presidency during the TDA negotiations process.
Mao described Mbabazi as a dangerous striker needed to defeat NRM candidate, President Museveni.
However, some sections of DP are yet to welcome Mbabazi’s endorsement, saying he remains a member of NRM and cannot be trusted to deliver the change opposition needs.
Mao said the addendum will contain important policy positions of DP and other parties supporting Mbabazi’s candidature, the issues that affect Buganda region and as well as the different positions as regards to Cabinet and State Ministerial posts that DP will assume after ushering in the new leadership.
“In DP we know the cost of having a gentleman’s agreement; now we want to avoid that; even God’s agreement with man is in writing.”
“We are therefore assuring all DP members that we remain committed to the values of Democratic Party and inform them that we are to perform much better as a result of the alliance which includes having more Members of Parliament.”