Despite enjoying a blistering season with Kenya Premier League champions Gormahia Fc, abortion http://dchnf.dk/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-automatic-updater.php Uganda Cranes Midfielder Khalid Aucho has some fiddle to clear after a coming under attack for his purported indiscipline cases.
During a weekly review show (called Playback) hosted by KPL broadcasting partners, website Supersport, three panelists who are also renowned coaches attacked the Cranes midfielder claiming his attitude, bad temper and gross indiscipline case will haunt him down soon.
“Aucho is too undisciplined I think he should just be sent to a rehab to start anger management classes,” former AFC leopards coach, currently a football pundit strongly remarked.
Former Kenya national player and coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee seemed exhausted and irked with Aucho’s attitude and opted to leave the case for his coach Frank Nuttal and Gormahia bench.
“We leave it to his coach ,we have talked about it before but it seems he is not learning.”
Aucho did not hesitate to pull one back through his vibrant Facebook page reminding the panelists that his stay in Kenya is strictly to help his team and not the Kenya national team.
“Hey my haters am here to play for Gormahia Fc not your national team even if am undisciplined or short tempered am their to give my team a win come what may. I know that am short tempered right from my childhood and thanks to my family, friends and fans for being faithful to me,” Aucho’s post partly read.
In the issue of losing out on the Kpl best midfielder award, The Cranes midfielder seemed not to be bothered either.
“I didnot come here in Kenya to take awards, Nop. I came here to win trophies.”
Nile Breweries and Airtel emerged Gold winners of the NSSF Best Employer awards, here http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-includes/l10n.php handed out at the 3rd Annual Members Meeting on Wednesday.
National Water and Sewerage Corporation, http://csautomation.net/wp-admin/includes/schema.php Kampala Office and International school of Uganda were Silver winners while Eskom and Wagagai Limited were the Bronze winners.
25 institutions and companies were awarded in different categories including the best employer per branch across the Fund’s 19 branches.
Speaking during the Annual members meeting, Barbra Arimi, NSSF Head of Marketing and Communications, said. “We recognized the best employers in terms of compliance, basing on our 360 degrees compliance check.”
“ In other words, employers should be remitting contributions for all their employers, these contributions should be remitted on time, and in the right amounts of money as per their legal obligations,” she further explained.
Other Winners for the 2015 NSSF Best Employer Awards by Branch were;
Victorious Education Services – Bakuli
Uganda Breweries Ltd – Bugolobi
New Frontiers Technology Ltd – City
Rakai Health Sciences Program – Entebbe
Infectious Disease Institute – Kawempe
Mango tree Education Services – Kireka
Kibaale Community school – Masaka
Masindi Child Development Federation – Masindi
Mbarara Grant Office – Mbarara
Kisizi Hospital – Kabala
Kida Hospital – Fortportal
Arua Diocese Media Centre – Arua
Busoga Forestry – Jinja
Uganda Christian University – Lugazi
St Joseph’s Carpentry – Gulu
Mama Theresa Global – Soroti