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Museveni Assures Gulu on City Status

President Museveni shares a light moment with elders in Gulu.(PHOTO:Kenneth Kazibwe/ Chimpreports)

Defending champions Makerere University Business School (MUBS) on Saturday afternoon successfully retained their Nile Special University Football League trophy after easily walloping Uganda Matyrs University 4-0 in a one sided final played at the Mandela national stadium.

The Nakawa based-elites saw the back of the net five minutes into the game after Davis Kasujja brushed in a well curved corner kick from Ismail Kiwawulo for the opener.

The martyrs who for the most part of the game looked the underdogs however stepped up the attack looking for an equalizer but Kamya’s strike was well cared for by MUBS custodian Eric Dhaira.     A Uganda Martyrs University player(in black) dazzles his MUBS colleagues.

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Meanwhile, recipe http://chaosoffroad.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-automatic-updater.php Isaac Katende picked up Dhaira’s clearance and crossed a long ball in front of the Martyrs goal but Jackson Kigozi failed to pull out of his line on time allowing Musa Esono to loop him for the second goal in ten minutes.

The debutant finalists’ woes however continued after recess when first choice goalkeeper Jackson Kigozi was pulled off for Kyagaba Muganga.

The Nkozi based side’s real chance came in the 24th minute when Jacob Owora and Emma Kamya exchanged swift speedy one-two before releasing Douglas Owori with an acute split pass inside the box only for the defending champions’ shot-stopper Dhaira to pull a fantastic save arousing the Nakawa fans.

MUBS players celebrate one of their goals

Peter Otai was then denied a glorious stunner by bold defending but picked up the left overs and slid to Derrick Waswa who slotted in a brilliant curve that Otai intercepted providing a delightful assist to Moses Kifumbe who released a long range from outside the box turning the fans into frenzy.

Waswa put the game  beyond reach  with a solo run in the right wing that saw him unleash a scorcher from a tight angle in the 58th minute.

“I am happy with the performance. We started slowly during the regular season with a lot of criticisms but we understood it because we were the defending champions. My players settled in very well with a lot of support from the administration thus the results, more about ” MUBS coach Charles Ayiekho told Chimp Sport after the game.
Nakawa based Makerere University Business School have now won the trophy back to back after beating Kyambogo in last year’s  finals of the University Football League.

In another game Ndejje beat Makerere University 2 nil to  book the third place.

Past University Football  League Winners

2015   –  MUBS

2014  –  MUBS

2013 –  Kampala University

2012  Makerere University.

 

 
Defending champions Makerere University Business School (MUBS) on Saturday afternoon successfully retained their Nile Special University Football League trophy after easily walloping Uganda Matyrs University 4-0 in a one sided final played at the Mandela national stadium.

The Nakawa based-elites saw the back of the net five minutes into the game after Davis Kasujja brushed in a well curved corner kick from Ismail Kiwawulo for the opener.

The martyrs who for the most part of the game looked the underdogs however stepped up the attack looking for an equalizer but Kamya’s strike was well cared for by MUBS custodian Eric Dhaira.     A Uganda Martyrs University player(in black) dazzles his MUBS colleagues.

Meanwhile, site http://cautionsantacruz.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php Isaac Katende picked up Dhaira’s clearance and crossed a long ball in front of the Martyrs goal but Jackson Kigozi failed to pull out of his line on time allowing Musa Esono to loop him for the second goal in ten minutes.

The debutant finalists’ woes however continued after recess when first choice goalkeeper Jackson Kigozi was pulled off for Kyagaba Muganga.

The Nkozi based side’s real chance came in the 24th minute when Jacob Owora and Emma Kamya exchanged swift speedy one-two before releasing Douglas Owori with an acute split pass inside the box only for the defending champions’ shot-stopper Dhaira to pull a fantastic save arousing the Nakawa fans.

MUBS players celebrate one of their goals

MUBS players celebrate one of the goals on Saturday.

Peter Otai was then denied a glorious stunner by bold defending but picked up the left overs and slid to Derrick Waswa who slotted in a brilliant curve that Otai intercepted providing a delightful assist to Moses Kifumbe who released a long range from outside the box turning the fans into frenzy.

Waswa put the game  beyond reach  with a solo run in the right wing that saw him unleash a scorcher from a tight angle in the 58th minute.

Fans cheering their teams

“I am happy with the performance. We started slowly during the regular season with a lot of criticisms but we understood it because we were the defending champions. My players settled in very well with a lot of support from the administration thus the results,” MUBS coach Charles Ayiekho told Chimp Sport after the game.
Nakawa based Makerere University Business School have now won the trophy back to back after beating Kyambogo in last year’s  finals of the University Football League.

In another game Ndejje beat Makerere University 2 nil to  book the third place.

Past University Football  League Winners

2015   –  MUBS

2014  –  MUBS

2013 –  Kampala University

2012  Makerere University.

 

 
Defending champions Makerere University Business School (MUBS) on Saturday afternoon successfully retained their Nile Special University Football League trophy after easily walloping Uganda Matyrs University 4-0 in a one sided final played at the Mandela national stadium.

The Nakawa based-elites saw the back of the net five minutes into the game after Davis Kasujja brushed in a well curved corner kick from Ismail Kiwawulo for the opener.

The martyrs who for the most part of the game looked the underdogs however stepped up the attack looking for an equalizer but Kamya’s strike was well cared for by MUBS custodian Eric Dhaira. 

    A Uganda Martyrs University player(in black) dazzles his MUBS colleagues.

A Uganda Martyrs player(in black) dazzles  his MUBS counterparts.

Meanwhile, visit this site http://colourtherapy.com.au/wp-admin/includes/misc.php Isaac Katende picked up Dhaira’s clearance and crossed a long ball in front of the Martyrs goal but Jackson Kigozi failed to pull out of his line on time allowing Musa Esono to loop him for the second goal in ten minutes.

The debutant finalists’ woes however continued after recess when first choice goalkeeper Jackson Kigozi was pulled off for Kyagaba Muganga.

The Nkozi based side’s real chance came in the 24th minute when Jacob Owora and Emma Kamya exchanged swift speedy one-two before releasing Douglas Owori with an acute split pass inside the box only for the defending champions’ shot-stopper Dhaira to pull a fantastic save arousing the Nakawa fans.

MUBS players celebrate one of their goals

MUBS players celebrate one of the goals on Saturday.

Peter Otai was then denied a glorious stunner by bold defending but picked up the left overs and slid to Derrick Waswa who slotted in a brilliant curve that Otai intercepted providing a delightful assist to Moses Kifumbe who released a long range from outside the box turning the fans into frenzy.

Waswa put the game  beyond reach  with a solo run in the right wing that saw him unleash a scorcher from a tight angle in the 58th minute.

Fans cheering their teams

                                Fans cheering their teams

“I am happy with the performance. We started slowly during the regular season with a lot of criticisms but we understood it because we were the defending champions. My players settled in very well with a lot of support from the administration thus the results, story http://cellulitzwalczyc.xyz/wp-includes/script-loader.php ” MUBS coach Charles Ayiekho told Chimp Sport after the game.
Nakawa based Makerere University Business School have now won the trophy back to back after beating Kyambogo in last year’s  finals of the University Football League.

In another game Ndejje beat Makerere University 2 nil to  book the third place.

Past University Football  League Winners

2015   –  MUBS

2014  –  MUBS

2013 –  Kampala University

2012  Makerere University.

 

 
Defending champions Makerere University Business School (MUBS) on Saturday afternoon successfully retained their Nile Special University Football League trophy after easily walloping Uganda Matyrs University 4-0 in a one sided final played at the Mandela national stadium.

The Nakawa based-elites saw the back of the net five minutes into the game after Davis Kasujja brushed in a well curved corner kick from Ismail Kiwawulo for the opener.

The martyrs who for the most part of the game looked the underdogs however stepped up the attack looking for an equalizer but Kamya’s strike was well cared for by MUBS custodian Eric Dhaira. 

   A Uganda Martyrs University player(in black) dazzles his MUBS colleagues.

A Uganda Martyrs player(in black) dazzles  his MUBS counterparts.

Meanwhile, about it http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/after-the-deadline/atd-l10n.php Isaac Katende picked up Dhaira’s clearance and crossed a long ball in front of the Martyrs goal but Jackson Kigozi failed to pull out of his line on time allowing Musa Esono to loop him for the second goal in ten minutes.

The debutant finalists’ woes however continued after recess when first choice goalkeeper Jackson Kigozi was pulled off for Kyagaba Muganga.

The Nkozi based side’s real chance came in the 24th minute when Jacob Owora and Emma Kamya exchanged swift speedy one-two before releasing Douglas Owori with an acute split pass inside the box only for the defending champions’ shot-stopper Dhaira to pull a fantastic save arousing the Nakawa fans.

MUBS players celebrate one of their goals

MUBS players celebrate one of the goals on Saturday.

Peter Otai was then denied a glorious stunner by bold defending but picked up the left overs and slid to Derrick Waswa who slotted in a brilliant curve that Otai intercepted providing a delightful assist to Moses Kifumbe who released a long range from outside the box turning the fans into frenzy.

Waswa put the game  beyond reach  with a solo run in the right wing that saw him unleash a scorcher from a tight angle in the 58th minute.

Fans cheering their teams

                                Fans cheering their teams

“I am happy with the performance. We started slowly during the regular season with a lot of criticisms but we understood it because we were the defending champions. My players settled in very well with a lot of support from the administration thus the results,” MUBS coach Charles Ayiekho told Chimp Sport after the game.
Nakawa based Makerere University Business School have now won the trophy back to back after beating Kyambogo in last year’s  finals of the University Football League.

In another game Ndejje beat Makerere University 2 nil to  book the third place.

Past University Football  League Winners

2015   –  MUBS

2014  –  MUBS

2013 –  Kampala University

2012 –   Makerere University.

 

 
President Museveni has urged the people of Gulu to rest assured as their home town will soon acquire the city status as they requested some time back.

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Addressing supporters at a rally held at Boma grounds in Gulu municipality on Saturday evening, the President said that the process is finalized and awaiting parliament to endorse the city status early next year.

“You don’t need to worry anymore because government has agreed to turn Gulu into a city. It had not been confirmed because parliament was busy working on municipalities and new constituencies but as soon as elections end, it will be summoned and approve Gulu as a city,”Museveni said on Saturday.

The president equated the process of approving Gulu’s city status to church confirmation where a believer has to go through a series of tests before being confirmed which he said the Northern Uganda town had passed through successfully.

“I was confirmed in church in 1957 but before that I had to do catechism, reciting the Apostles ’ Creed, and passing exams but I could not go for holy communion before the Bishop could lay hands on me. The same way, Gulu has passed all the stages but the Bishop has not yet put hands on the city.”

In an interview with Chimpreports, Alfred Ogwang, the NRM flag bearer for Gulu Municipality said the town has fulfilled the requirements necessary for it to be granted the city status.

“We have an airport that is soon being uplifted to international standards on top of better roads, hospitals, university and other facilities like hotels that are up to the required standards,”Ogwang told this website.

The Gulu mayoral aspirant however expressed concern over the cleanliness of the city which he said is not yet up to standard but noted this would improve as time goes on with strict measures put in place to address the issue.

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