The Saints take a two-hour trip to Jinja for their second away match at Kakindu, view http://cyberstudio.biz/main/components/com_easyblog/sef_ext.php this time against Bul Fc. The league newcomers have not lost a match at the venue winning once while in the Big league and registering a goalless draw last time on September 15th both against JMC Hippos.
Bul Fc have won two consecutive games on the bounce after suffering a 4-0 loss away to Express Fc while Saints picked their third draw in the league holding struggling giants SC Villa on Friday at Namboole.
The coffee spirit sponsored side are staggering in the red bottom of the table with only six points from 11 games while their hosts stand on 9th place with 14 points.
“Our main problem is converting chances to count as goals. We are always working to improve on that because only goals win games, http://compuaprende.com/components/com_community/templates/jomsocial/layouts/events.nearbysearch.php ” Saints coach George Nsiimbe said.
The team has only scored four goals and will miss the services of top striker Alex Kitata who is still out due to an ankle injury.
In the other matches financially ailed SC Victoria hosts JMC at Namboole as SC Villa entertains army side Simba Fc in Nakivuubo.
SC VU Vs JMC Hippos FC-Mandela National
Soana FC Vs Sadolin Paints FC – Kavumba R.
SC Villa Vs Simba FC – Nakivubo Stadium,
BUL FC Vs The Saints FC – Kakindu Stadium, Jinja
President Yoweri Museveni has revealed that he at one point rejected money from the former self-styled Libyan President, website like this http://consultants-lactation.org/wp-content/plugins/user-access-manager/tpl/admingroup.php Col. Muammar Gaddafi who even extended his financial generosity to the world’s richest continent of Europe.
Museveni who was an open friend of Col. Gaddafi until his death in October 2011, online made the revelation on Monday while addressing a campaign rally in Kumi Municipality.
The president said money has never been his biggest problem in life, order adding that genuine reasons should be found to acquire and make good use of money.
The National Resistance Movement presidential candidate told hundreds of supporters that at the beginning of the NRA struggle, Gaddafi was among the people he reached out to him with help.
He narrated that when he finally met Gaddafi, the former Libyan strongman asked to offer him money and other valuables but he turned him down.
“Ever since I was young, money has never been my first priority. It’s good and an accelerator of many things. To me the things that usher in good conditions for making money and its consolidation are my number one priority,” Museveni said.
“At the beginning of the struggle whose fruits we are seeing today, I visited Gaddafi and he asked me if I wanted money but I refused,” he said.
“The man started wondering what I was up to since he had mentioned all that any human being would ordinarily fall for. I finally told him my single need. I told him that all I wanted was guns.”
Museveni observed that the guns he got from Gaddafi and other sources are what have made everything possible in Uganda.
During his rule in the low populated but rich oil country, Gaddafi injected millions of dollars in many foreign projects and programs including funding about 70 percent of African Union budget.