Missing Kayunga MP Aspirant Feared Dead


Nigeria league reigning champions, here http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_jshopping/controllers/manufacturer.php Enyimba International FC arrived in the country on Tuesday midnight ready to take on their Ugandan counterparts Vipers SC in the first leg of preliminary Caf Champions league round.

“Touchdown Entebbe! We can’t wait, medicine ” the club posted on arrival at Entebbe.

Caf and Fifa rules state that the visiting team must be allowed at least one hour to train at the match venue within 48 hours to the match venue.

In this case the Nigerians are expected to feel the pitch on Thursday afternoon. For the hosts, they will train on Wednesday afternoon before entering residential camp at Kitende.

The second leg will be played in Nigeria at a yet to be confirmed venue in two weeks time where the aggregate winner will play the equivalent in the match between Lesotho’s Lioli fc and Vital O from Burundi in the next round.

Vipers are taking part in their first ever continental assignment after they pulled out in 2011 due to financial constraints. The Nigerians boost of two continental titles which they won in 2002 and 2004.
Police have expressed hope that Anthony Wadimba, information pills http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/yarpp.php an aspiring MP for Ntenjeru South in Kayunga district who has been missing for days, buy information pills is still alive and well.

Police and authorities have comforted the family members of the politician, buy more about who have are afraid their son could have been murdered. The parents of Mr Wadimba recently told local media that they believed he was killed and dumped in River Nile.

Wadimba who is carrying the Democratic Party flag went missing on Sunday 7th February, 2016 and has not showed up since.

Police said they could not rule out the possibility that the aspiring MP was ‘kidnapping himself’ to gain political ground.

“We have searched the whole area; the relatives claim he was picked from his father’s home on Sunday and that he was killed, but the whole area has been searched and the body is missing,” said Maneseremo Mulema the OCIID Kayunga police station.

“We are still going on with investigations and we think they might have hidden him. If that is the case and we get to find out, we shall charge him accordingly,” he added.


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