Uganda Crane’s recent success in the international stage hasn’t gone unnoticed as the country has shot up five more places to the 63rd globally in the latest Fifa rankings to equal the best ever position. Uganda has also moved to number thirteen in Africa.
The rise is as a result of a double win over Togo in the world cup qualifiers that contributed 59 points to add on last month’s 491. The last time Uganda attained the same position was in October, more about http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-admin/includes/user.php November 2010.
The Cranes did well to reach the finals of the Cecafa senior challenge cup on Thursday and will play against Rwanda who are ranked 101 and 27 in Africa. Kenya has been the biggest movers climbing 27 places despite failing to qualify for world cup group qualifiers. They are placed 98th.
Burundi (112), cheap http://cenariospizza.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-store-locator/wp-store-locator.php Ethiopia (120), Tanzania (132), Sudan (134) and South Sudan (138) are the other notable regional opponents.
Ivory Coast (19), Algeria (28), Ghana (33), Cape Verde (39) and Tunisia (40) are the top five in the continent while Belgium, Argentina, Spain, Germany and Chile rule the world.
Opposition Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) flag bearer for Kawempe South Constituency parliamentary seat, ed http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-content/plugins/events-calendar-pro/lib/tribeeventspro-recurrencepermalinks.php Mubarak Munyagwa alias Mugatigwabata has after being nominated promised to further the ‘defiance campaign’ toward regime change.
Munyangwa arrived at UMA Conference Hall in the heavy downpour Thursday evening on a bodaboda, approved http://cortrium.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpext.php expressing that he is ready to represent the people of Kawempe South who are often affected by rains and floods.
“My campaigns won’t differ from the [FDC] party’s manifesto because I am a candidate sponsored and fielded by the party; as my president Dr. Kizza Besigye has always noted that his 2015-2016 campaigns are to run on defiance, http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/structure/search.php I won’t divert but take the same trend,” Munyagwa to the media.
“We are ready to fight and kick out whoever stands on our way, this time round we are ready to guard our victory and if it needs not allowing elections to take place, we are armed to that effect,” Munyagwa said.
The Electoral Commission Chairperson Eng Badru Kiggundu has recently warned of “tough consequences” should FDC Presidential Candidate Dr Kizza Besigye and his group proceed with the call for the defiance strategy in his campaigns.
Kiggundu said Besigye’s decision to rally voters to defy laws that guide the electoral process is sowing seeds of anarchy.
Expressing optimism that Col Kizza Besigye will emerge victor in next year’s presidential elections, Munyagwa also looked down at his Kawempe contenders saying that none of them matches his support.
He will be battling Daniel Ssali of the Democratic Party (DP), Edrisa Tenywa, William Kanyike, Richard Ssebuliba Mutumba of TJ and NRM’s Madina Nsereko Ntale.