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MP Nambooze Admitted After Road Accident

Hon Betty Nambooze

In neighboring Kenya, cure http://debbieschlussel.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php Uganda Cranes and former SC Villa center forward Karim Ndugwa played an important part in between the goal posts as AFC Leopards clawed Sam Timbe’s Sofapaka by 1-0.

The striker cum goalkeeper saved a late penalty after Lamine Dialo prevented a goal bound shot using his arm forcing the Batoto Ba Mungu side to play with a man less.

The game was earlier in doubt when several players confided to the media that they won’t make it for the game due to financial constraints. Karim offered himself for the goal post duty after all three keeper’s absconded duty.

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Timbe survives

Earlier on, visit web http://cyberstudio.biz/main/components/com_k2/controllers/controller.php Sofapaka head coach Sam Timbe survived after being roughed up by AFC Leopards stewards at the Nyayo National Stadium when he tried to access the venue for warm up ahead of the clash.

The Ugandan escaped with injuries when his players came to his rescue beating up the six stewards who in turn fled for their lives.

“What they did is very wrong, http://coachesacrosscontinents.org/wp-admin/includes/import.php the rules are clear, teams have a right to access the field of play before a match and I do not understand why they were preventing me from entering the pitch. I have however forgiven them but the club should take action to ensure that this does not happen to any other coach” Timbe told a Kenyan media
Mukono Municipality Member of Parliament Hon Betty Namboze has been involved on a road accident ChimpReports has learnt.

The accident took place this morning in Mukono town while the MP was returning from dropping her kids at Global Junior School.

Nambooze’s personal assistant, medications http://csautomation.net/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/admin/class-wc-admin-setup-wizard.php Mr Robert Kakeeto Robert told us she is currently admitted at Mukono Hospital.

“She is complaining of a lot of chest pain, website like this the doctors are still assessing her situation, and if there’s need we’ll take her to a bigger hospital,” he said.

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