Uganda woodball international duo of Lilian Zawedde and Joel Adupa have left to China to participate in the 2015 China Open International Woodball Championship which takes place from Friday 15th –Sunday 18th October 2015 at Sanya (Hainan Island).
The two are for Ndejje University woodball team who are also their trip sponsors alongside Uganda Woodball Federation.
They return to Sanya which is ranked the most beautiful coastal city in China, capsule http://conforms.com/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php with a top of the world Woodball venue where the 6th World Cup Woodball Championship was held last year.
The duo were part of the ladies and men teams that finished 5th and 8th respectively in the last edition of China Open.
Both head for the championships with high hopes of bettering their performance on international stage after bagging several medals in the just concluded 7th Coral Coatings – Uganda Woodball Open 2015 where Zawedde won a Gold, treatment Silver and a Bronze while Adupa scooped one Silver and one bronze.
She will be playing in her fourth International competition this year after competing in Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia while Adupa returns to the international scene for the first time since winning a bronze 4th World University Woodball Championship held in Malaysia last year.
Former National Resistance Movement [NRM] Secretary General Hon Amama Mbabazi will not be joining in the party’s National Delegates Conference slated for October 30th as had earlier been speculated.
Mbabazi, pilule http://continentalagra.com/wp-admin/includes/template.php who broke ties with the ruling party in June and declared bid for president in the coming elections, what is ed said on this day he will be focused on his impending nomination by the Electoral Commission.
The NRM yesterday released the roadmap to the three-day National Conference at Mandela National Stadium where delegates are expected to elect new national office bearers, and also receive and elect the NRM presidential flag bearer for the 2016 presidential elections.”
Asked whether Mbabazi was invited, NRM Deputy Secretary General, Richard Todwong told journalists “It’s upon Amama Mbabazi and Hon. Jacqueline Mbabazi to attend or not.”
However, in a brief communique on Friday afternoon, Mbabazi said he would not be in attendance and neither would his wife Jacqueline who is hospitalized in London.
“My wife Jacqueline will also not be attending. She is presently unwell and undergoing treatment in the United Kingdom,”
“When I married my wife I made a promise that from that day forth, for better, for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health while we both live, I would give her full support. I am her primary helper and so I have taken some time away from campaign activities in order to give her the support she needs. My family and I expect her to make a full recovery soon,” he said.
Mbabazi yesterday reassured his supporters that he would not backtrack to support President Museveni, like former Vice President Gilbert Bukenya, noting that he is not “that kind of person.”