2016 Chan qualifiers; 2nd leg preliminary stage
Saturday 4th July 2015
Uganda  Vs. Tanzania 
Fresh from thumping Tanzania 3-0 on their own backyard in Zanzibar in the first leg of Chan qualifiers, cialis 40mg http://ccrail.com/wp-includes/class-wp-widget-factory.php the Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin Micho believes the job is far from over.
While speaking in the customary Fufa weekly press conference, http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-admin/includes/misc.php Micho warned his team of complacency against the Taifa stars in the second leg match to be played next week in Kampala.
“The match is not yet finished after 3-0! You cannot say you have won the match when you are three goals up in the first half,” Micho told the media.
“I am happy with the results but not excited. We have to remain focused throughout. Tanzania is currently ranked fourth in Africa in terms of the support they get.”
The coach has also revealed that the team is expected to resume training on Friday. All the players that featured in the Chan first leg victory are expected to turn up bar for a few who the coach has given some time out to rest. The squad will be joined by 23 other players who will be focusing for the U-23 clash against Egypt.
Uganda beat the Taifa stars of Tanzania 3-0 at the Amaan stadium in Zanzibar courtesy of a double from Sports Club Villa enterprising forward Erisa Sekisambu and a late penalty by Azam premier league MVP Farouk Miya.
Residents of Kajaga, clinic http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/widgets.php Sekayunja and Kampiringisa in Mpigi district have reason to smile after the completion of a new maternity ward to expand the existing health facility in the area.
Yesterday the facility was launched and there was also a handover of medical equipment from pay Television giant StarTimes who donated ten beds, http://colegiogimnasioamericano.edu.co/plugins/jsnimageshow/themeclassic/themeclassic/views/mediaimages/default.php mattresses, sterilizer and other medical equipment’s as part of their corporate social.
“We had just a single room acting as the maternity ward which could not match the size of the population” Fred Musaszi, the senior clinical officer Kampiringisa health centre, said,
According to Fred, over 300 mothers access the medical center in a month, and these were attended to by only a single midwife.
“The fight to for better health systems in Uganda is still on; we are hoping to see more companies coming on board to focus resources in improving the health sector,” said guest of honor Amelia Kyambade, the Minister of trade and member of parliament representing Mawokota North, Mpigi district.
“In Buduma we have witnessed a drastic rise in the number of women delivery in hospital from 8 to 60 per month and in Mpigi from 80 to 220 women coming for antenatal care at the facility; then you wonder where we are headed if more of such facilities are not put in place,” she wondered.
Audrice Nsubuga, the senior marketing manager Start Times applauded the community and Hon Amelia for reaching out to them as key partner in undertaking the cause of addressing the health care issues in the area.
Residents in Kabale town yesterday were startled when a Toyota Carib burst into flames and burnt to ashes.
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The Police Fire Brigade rushed to the scene and put out the fire, but was not able to save the vehicle.