Mutyaba: I Will Return to My Best at Vipers

The National Resistance Movement (NRM) presidential candidate Yoweri Museveni is set to hold his final campaign rally in Kampala at Kololo Independence grounds on February 16.

The party Task force spokesperson, here Mike Ssebalu has revealed that after their candidate successfully held campaign rallies in all regions in the country, no rx he will hold his final rally in Kampala.

“We are glad to inform you that our candidate is doing excellently, ed he has completed all sub regions of Uganda, with rallies in every constituency and sometimes having two rallies in a constituency to make it convenient for our supporters to interact with the candidate,” Ssebalu told the media at the party Secretariat at Kyadondo.

“A total of 237 rallies in 237 constituencies have already been done; we are now in the Buganda region. He is even ahead of his programme by 4 days and has done well in time management,” Ssebalu said.

Ssebalu noted that after Buganda, president Museveni will sum up his campaign with another round of rallies at sub regional levels especially in WestNile, Lango, Acholi, Bugishu, Teso, Busoga before climaxing in Kampala.

“This second round of rallies will be held in sub regions’ major towns such as Arua, Lira, Gulu, and Mbale.”

The Task force spokesperson revealed that president Museveni will be holding rallies in all the five divisions of Kampala (Nakawa, Makindye, Kawempe, Rubaga) which according to NRM set up, are referred to as districts.

He added that the president will as well employ the ‘Door to door’ campaign strategy in Kampala where he will make interact with a number of his supporters at the household level.

“In this strategy, the candidate hopes to meet and intercut with both his supporters and none supporters who he hopes to convert,” noted Sebalu.

“If we are to increase our support, we can only do it by hitting the opposition support base and there is no better way than to engaging these voters at that level,” he added.

The capital city remains a stronghold of the fourth time presidential candidate Col Dr Kizza Besigye.
Vipers sports club star Sulaiman “Mike” Mutyaba has commended Kenya premier league side, website like this Tusker FC for the show they put up when the two giants clashed in a barren international friendly match played on Saturday at the St. Mary’s stadium in Kitende.
Mutyaba who featured for more than one hour was not a big threat for the brewers failing to produce his trademark dribbles and step overs, every time forced to turn back for support.

“It was a good game and they were a good side as well, strong and physically fit. But we chose to play the game simple just passing around and making some good runs and shots on target. We are just from a long break spending only a week in training,” Mutyaba told Chimpsports.

The creative midfielder admits that his “level of fitness is not too good” and feels he needs to double his workout to go back to his best. Mutyaba has been touted by his coaches and teammates
to take over Farouk Miya’s role as the team’s main playmaker, a position he believes not too huge for him since he has been there.

“It’s not something big because I have the experience played for some good time now just that I have to work on my level of fitness. As you know I left football and went for business but now am back to settle. We do not have any problem but we only need to work harder before the champions’
league game.”

Vipers captain Wadada’s take
“He is a very good player but needs to work a lot on his fitness. There is no doubt he can play and attain the best level.”

“As for Miya; we are really missing him because he was one play you would rely on anytime and when in the pitch the team gained a lot of confidence. But of course their is nothing we can do but only wish him the best in his future.”

Vipers will take on Enyimba International FC on Friday 12th February in the first leg to be played in Kampala before travelling to Nigeria a fortnight later.


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