Buyaga West Football club was yesterday crowned champions of the 4th CNOOC Bunyoro Amasaza Cup. Buyaga West Football club emerged winners after scoring 5 goals in penalties against BuliisaFootball club that scored 4 goals in the finals played at Sir Tito Owinyi Grounds, online price http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-admin/includes/image-edit.php officiated by his Highness the Omukama of BunyoroKitara Kingdom, more about website Solomon IguruGafabusa.
The new champions were awarded gold medals and a bull by the King of Bunyoro Kitara, together with Zakalia Lubega, the CNOOC Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, also sponsors of the tournament for the fourth year running.
The first runners up, Buliisa Football Club received a bull while third placed Bugangaizi Football Club received bronze medals and a goat.
The Omukama of Bunyoro, presiding over the championship crowning expressed appreciation for CNOOC Uganda’s partnership and support since they set foot inBunyoro. He encouraged the youth to unite and work together for the development of their communities and Bunyoro in its entirety.
“We have got a good neighbor and partner in CNOOC, Uganda. They sponsored the inaugural CNOOC Bunyoro Amasaza Cup last year, as they have this year. As the people of Bunyoro we should take this partnership forward but also use the opportunities brought about by such opportunities to unite and move forward through development.”
The tournament, in its fourth year, was played across all sub counties in BunyoroKitara Kingdom. The month-long tournament attracted five districts in the BunyoroKitara Kingdom including Kiryandongo, Bulliisa, Hoima, Masindi and Kibaale and 74 teams participated. ZakaliaLubega congratulated the winners and encouraged them to continue with talent development.
“We believe that the energy and talent exhibited in this tournament will inspire even more young people to develop and grow their talent further not just in Bunyoro but also take on national and international sports stages. As your partners, we pledge to walk with you on this journey to grow talent, come together through sports and develop Bunyoro,” He said.
He affirmed that CNOOC Uganda’s support to programs in line with the kingdom’sdevelopment priorities highlights the company’s commitment to promote economic and social development in Uganda as a responsible oil and gas corporation.
“CNOOC Uganda will continue working together with you to promote talent and invest in social enterprises such as education, health and environment management, in addition to its core business in the oil and gas industry,” He added.
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Chimpreports now understands that Ester Turyasingura who was contesting on independent ticket has taken a decision to step down for the incumbent and also NRM flag bearer Hon. Robinah Nabanja.
Nabanja had lost hope of passing through unopposed on NRM Ticket in the 2016 general elections to defend her seat.
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This implies that Nabanja’s now waits for May 2016 to be sworn in again as the area Woman MP.
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