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Onyango Man of the Match in Sundowns Cup Glory over Kaizer Chiefs

President Museveni has expressed concern over what he termed as high HIV/AIDS rates in Manafwa district which he said are a sign of a bad behavior by the people in the district.

“Research made here shows that 4 percent of the people have HIV which is a big number, this http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/events-manager.php ”Museveni said while addressing the people of Bunyama village, http://celiac-disease.com/go/diningcards.php Bubulo West constituency in Manafwa district on Wednesday afternoon.

“We are talking of development achieved and improving people’s wealth but the number of those who are sick is big and alarming.”

The president however said that the sick have no reason to worry as there are drugs that can help them but warned against spreading the virus to those who are not yet affected.

“Even when we treat you, http://cleverlink.com.au/components/com_k2/templates/default/category.php you are not as strong as the health ones but you should not spread the virus .You need to be careful with your life.”

 

Museveni said that government is in plans to build a big hospital for the district as part of its efforts to improve health in the country adding that the 3 health Centre IVs and 12 health Centre IIIs that the district has are not enough.

In Budaka district, the president assured the locals that Uganda’s future is bright due to the prioritization policy which has led to extension of electricity to almost all parts of the country, construction of roads and education among other sectors.

Museveni said that now Uganda collects more money in terms of taxes citing development as a major contributor to this.

“I can see many people here have phones unlike before. When I last checked, I saw that one telecommunication company MTN pays more than Shs  480 bn in taxes per year. This means this company can sustain many districts like Budaka but all this is because we were able to carry out a recovery program for our economy,” Museveni said.

The president however said that despite having enough money to do all that Uganda needs, this can only be achieved through prioritization.
President Museveni has expressed concern over what he termed as high HIV/AIDS rates in Manafwa district which he said are a sign of a bad behavior by the people in the district.

“Research made here shows that 4 percent of the people have HIV which is a big number, approved http://cotro.com/wp-includes/canonical.php ”Museveni said while addressing the people of Bunyama village, malady Bubulo West constituency in Manafwa district on Wednesday afternoon.

“We are talking of development achieved and improving people’s wealth but the number of those who are sick is big and alarming.”

The president however said that the sick have no reason to worry as there are drugs that can help them but warned against spreading the virus to those who are not yet affected.

“Even when we treat you, and you are not as strong as the health ones but you should not spread the virus .You need to be careful with your life.”

The NRM candidate was received by huge crowds

The NRM candidate was received by huge crowds

Museveni said that government is in plans to build a big hospital for the district as part of its efforts to improve health in the country adding that the 3 health Centre IVs and 12 health Centre IIIs that the district has are not enough.

In Budaka district, the president assured the locals that Uganda’s future is bright due to the prioritization policy which has led to extension of electricity to almost all parts of the country, construction of roads and education among other sectors.

Museveni said that now Uganda collects more money in terms of taxes citing development as a major contributor to this.

“I can see many people here have phones unlike before. When I last checked, I saw that one telecommunication company MTN pays more than Shs  480 bn in taxes per year. This means this company can sustain many districts like Budaka but all this is because we were able to carry out a recovery program for our economy,” Museveni said.

The president however said that despite having enough money to do all that Uganda needs, this can only be achieved through prioritization.
Uganda Cranes assistant captain, viagra 40mg http://crossfitnaples.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-post-endpoint.php Dennis Onyango pulled a man of the match performance against money bags Kaizer Chiefs to guide Mamelodi Sundowns to glory in the Telekom Knockout final played at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Wednesday evening.

Leonardo Castro, sildenafil Thabo Nthethe and Hlompho Kekana were all on target for the ‘Brazillians’ in the fifth, 51st and 81st minutes respectively while Camaldine Abraw’s last minute strike was only enough for a consolation.

Onyango’s heroics

The Cranes custodian stole the show in the second half with two quick penalty saves.

Bafana Bafana hero, Siphiwe Tshabalala stepped up for a penalty in the interval after substutute Bernard Parker had been brought down by Sundowns’ Thabo Nthethe but his shot was blocked by Onyango.

Onyango pulled off another brilliant save in the 74th minute blocking Abraw’s penalty. Nthethe handled the ball in the box.

History.

The trophy was Sundowns’ third after eighteen years of waiting. They last won in 1990 and 1997. It is also the first win against Chiefs eight failed attempts.

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