Tanzania mainland team, information pills http://craigpatchett.com/wp-includes/feed-rss.php the Kilimanjaro Stars maintained the routine battering on minnows Somalia following the comprehensive 4-0 victory in a one-sided affair played in Addis Ababa.
John Bocco opened the floodgates early in the 11th minute from the spot after Simon ‘messi’ Msuva was brought down in the box. The Azam forward finished his double five minutes to the hour, order just two minutes after Elias Maguri had doubled the lead. Maguri completed his brace in the 66th minute before giving way to Malimi Busungu.
Tanzania head to Awasa stadium on Tuesday 24th for top of the table clash with Amavubi stars of Rwanda.
In the other match a goal each from Zambia-based Jacob Keli and Gor Mahia striker Michael Olunga enabled Kenya to get an edge over Cranes in their first group match.
Uganda next faces Zanzibar on Tuesday while Kenya plays Burundi on Wednesday.
Cranes XI: Alitho James(GK), medicine Miya Farouk(capt),
Denis Okot,Isaac Muleme, Bakaki Shafiq, Joseph
Ochaya,Erisa Sekisambu, Murshid Jjuko, Mutyaba
Mizamiru, Okhuti Ceasar, Hassan Wasswa Dazo.
Harambee Stars XI:
Bonface Oluoch, David Owino,David Ochieng
Cheche,Omar Mbongi, Noah Abich, Teddy
Akumu,Collins Okoth, Eric Johana,Miheso, Jacob Keli, Jesse Were
Saturday 21st results
Burundi 1 –0 Zanzibar
Ethiopia 0 –1 Rwanda
Somali 0-4 Tanzania
Kenya 2-0 Uganda
President Museveni has said that Pope Francis’ forthcoming visit to Uganda affirms that the NRM government is committed to fighting for total peace and stability in this part of the world.
The president pointed this out in a message to welcome the pontiff to Uganda. Pope Francis is expected in Uganda next weekend.
He also highlighted that his government restored the integrity, more about http://cortrium.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-cookie.php dignity and freedom of worship for the people of Uganda.