Just a few days after winning the ninth Uganda Cup Title against city rivals KCCA Fc, viagra dosage http://colosseo.com.br/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-data.php SC Villa president Eng Ben Missaga has cracked the whip at the club, ampoule sacking all his executives and a total of eight players.
Perhaps the biggest casualty is the club’s long serving player and captain Isaac Kirabira.
He has been at the club through thick and thin moments.
Together with him is another veteran midfielder Stephen Bengo, who many people think he was the main reason former Coach Sam Ssimbwa left.
Other released players are Ronald Muganga, Musa Doca, Krizsetom Ntambi, Andrew Kaggwa, Joseph Kayira, and Isaac Kiwewa.
The executive members were neither spared the rod as the engineer made his shocking revelations at the club’s fans party day during the weekend.
“Let me make this clear, from now onwards, I will do all Villa work by myself because I have suspended all former executive members,” he said
The eight include Meddie Nsereko, Deborah Ssembatya, Muhammed Bazirengedde, Emmanuel Muwanga, Fred Turyatemba, Muhammed Jumba and Moses Musasizi.
The members are accused of fuelling rumours that Missagga was bribed to allow the Uganda cup replay.
Tooro Kingdom newly appointed Prime Minister Hon. Bernard Tungwaho has vowed to prioritize the issue of the land disputes so as to bring harmony among the subjects in the kingdom.
Tungwaho was appointed Prime Minister Tooro Kingdom by Tooro King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru IV after his predecessor Stephen Kaliba resigned and announced that he is joining politics to contest as MP Fort Portal municipality.
During the swearing in ceremony held at Mucwa kingdom chambers in Fort Portal on Friday evening, recipe http://danielborda.net/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/after-the-deadline.php Hon. Tungwaho vowed to settle the land cases and bring about sanity in the kingdom.
He said, patient http://cprescue.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php “I will set a committee to investigate issues related to land wrangles and this committee will also be charged with the responsibility of sensitizing the public on the advantages of acquiring land titles”
This follows several complains from the subjects that some kingdom officials were evicting them from their land and other charging them exorbitant fees as ground rent.
The prime minister also revealed that he would lobby funds and work tirelessly to establish projects to benefit the subjects of Tooro.
He added, “I will struggle to reunite the subjects of Tooro and show them the right direction and love their King”.
Tooro Kingdom has been divided after Prince David Kijanangoma Araali declared himself as rebel king of Tooro, causing two factions, one loyal to king Oyo and another to David Kijanangoma.
In his speech, King Oyo argued the new prime minister to emulate the deeds of the former prime ministers and focus at developing the kingdom together with all the other stakeholders.
“I thank Hon. Stephen Kaliba for the good work done for the Kingdom and also commend the past prime ministers like David Kasagama, John Sanyu Katuramu, Stephen Rwakijuma, Late Nyakatura William and Amos Mugisa among others for striving to develop this kingdom” Said King Oyo.
The King also announced Mr. Stephen Tinka as 2nd Deputy Prime minister but retained Hon. Harriet Nyakake as 1st Deputy Prime Minister.
The new Premier Bernard Tungwaho Ateenyi, 62, is a former central government civil servant in the Ministry of Finance who retired 10 years back and is currently a private business man.
He hails from Kitagwenda County, Kamwenge district but has a residence in Gweri parish, Karambi sub county, in Kabarole