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Moroto Positive About Museveni’s 2016 Victory

President Museveni and his wife Janet being dressed in Karamajong traditional attire

Highly rated KCCA FC’s coach Mike Mutebi and his assistant Sam Simbwa have been selected to guide and prepare the Uganda All stars team that will play against Barcelona legends on Saturday 12th December at Namboole stadium.

“I’m privileged to have a chance to coach Uganda against Barcelona. On top of being one of their big fan, this web http://damadetrefla.com/wp-admin/includes/admin-filters.php I adore their style of play, viagra 100mg ” coach Mike Mutebi told media while releasing the list of players who will take part in the game.

The 20-man squad comprises both veteran and active stars. Among the mixed blood include URA FC goalkeeping trainer Sadiq Wasswa and El Merreikh and Kobs first choice Jamal Salim.

URA fc veteran rightback Simeone Masaba, Fufa CEO who was also captain of SC Villa have also been summoned.

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Coach Mutebi stressed the need to balance the squad with players from the old and new generation. He explained, “We needed to get a squad at least from every generation. For example many of the current fans do not know a lot about Jimmy Kirunda and his generation so we had to bring most of the millennium stars like Obua and Masaba.”

He was replying to a question of ‘why legends like Kefa Kisala and Joseph Mutyaba were not part of the team.

The team begins residential training on Monday 7th at Namboole and will be residing at Sky Hotel, Kireka. David Obua is the team captain.

Veteran keeper Paul Ssali will be in charge of training the keepers. Ssali is one of the heroes who took part in Uganda’s last Africa Cup of Nations in 1978 when the team lost the final to hosts Ghana.

Full squad.
Sadiq Wasswa, Salim Jamal, Simeone Masaba, Edgar Watson, Abubaker Tabula, George Ssemogerere, Nestroy Kizito, Baba Kizito, Tonny Mawejje, Hakim Magumba, Vincent Kayizzi, Steven Bengo, David Obua, Geoffrey Sserunkuma, Ibrahim Buwembo, Geoffrey Massa, Mike Sserumaga, James Odoch, Philip Obwiny, Musa Mudde.

Headcoach: Mike Mutebi
Ass. Coach : Sam Simbwa
Goalkeeping coach: Paul Ssali
The people of Moroto district in Karamoja region today handed President Yoweri Museveni who is also the National Resistance Movement party presidential candidate the customary symbols of victory, information pills http://centristnetblog.com/wp-includes/class-wp-role.php saying that they only wait to formally seal his return to State House comes February 2016.

The cultural leaders in Moroto district led by Nechap Mary and Ekhamaripus on Wednesday presented a three stand traditional stool, remedy http://chancellorinsja.com/wp-includes/class-requests.php a walking stick and a pair of yellow souvenirs, one of which was handed to the First Lady Janet Museveni.

The items were delivered to the President at Moroto grounds where he addressed his campaign rally.

According to Matheniko County Member of Parliament, Okii Asei who later translated the President’s Speech, the special items are a sign of trust and respect.

President Museveni entered Karamoja on Tuesday from Kabong district where he had two rallies and another two rallies in Abim district.

Hundreds welcome President Museveni

Hundreds welcome President Museveni

Janet who is also the minister of Karamoja affairs and her deputy, Nekesa Oundo welcomed Museveni to the podium to talk to the hundreds of party supporters.

Museveni promised the people of Moroto and the whole region continued protection from the tribal warriors from the three neighboring countries of Kenya, South Sudan and Ethiopia.

Karamojongs used to clash with the cattle rustling communities of Pokot and Turkana from Kenya, Topotha and Didinga from South Sudan and Nuende from Ethiopia.

Uganda however disarmed her warring community (Karamojong) and positioned the UPDF along the borders to secure the disarmed and now peaceful Karamojongs from the neighboring warriors who has still armed.

“The UPDF has the potential to protect you and all your cows from Pokot, Tueukana and the rest. No one should worry at all now,” Museveni said.

The president also urged the people of Moroto to utilize the prevailing peace to actively engage in economic activities to fasten the development process in the area.

“Last night I slept in my house here (State Lodge) and heard vehicles passing up to morning. That is peace now that should be fully utilized for the rapid development,” Museveni said.

He revealed that he first stepped in Karamoja in 1970 as a research assistant (during Obote 1 government).

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