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Panic: Ancestral Tree Which Fell 3 Years Ago Found Standing Again

This tree trunk, locals say fell about three years ago.

Azam Uganda Premier League
Sunday 28th February 2016
Lweza FC vs. Bright Stars
Wankulukuku stadium.
From 4pm

Lweza fc and Bright Stars looked to maintain their form that led to victories on Tuesday when the Uganda premier league second leg resumed.

Lweza came from a goal down to claim a memorable 2-1 victory away to title contenders Police Fc. Juma Balinya and Sula Bagala scored for Coach Mutyaba’s side.

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Bright Stars edged out struggling Maroons FC by a solitary strike through Jimmy Lule’s early strike.

Bright Stars Coach Fred Kajoba believes the result puts the club on course to their target for this season, prostate http://coaltrailresidences.com/components/com_k2/models/item.php “The result will strengthen the belief that we are in to fight for our dream finish this season which is position five on the logo of the Azam Uganda Premier League. I believe that it is what we want to achieve and this is a sign of progress.”

The two sides have clashed thrice in competitive history with all the games ending in stalemates which include a barren draw in December at the Champions Stadium.

The Kawempe based stars are 7th on the log with 24 points, tadalafil http://cogocapital.com/lp/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-widgets.php five ahead of their day’s opponent who are six points away from the red zone.
Lweza have lost four games at home (only Simba and Saints (5) have lost more) scoring only five and conceded seven.

On the other hand the visitors have collected only nine points from a possible 24 and are involved in the least goals for an away team with a ratio of 0.86 per game.

However, http://davepallone.com/wp-includes/class-walker-comment.php Coach Mutyaba should be worried by Bright Stars recent record which reveal that they are the best team in the division in the last five match days.

They have three wins and no loss, better record for any of the teams. The match will be played at the Wankulukuku stadium starting 4pm.
Friday Results.
KCCA Fc continued with their ride on top of the table with an emphatic 4-1 with goals coming in from Denis Okot, Derrick Nsibambi Jackson Nunda and Muzamir Mutyaba. The Kasasiro’s stretch their lead to 35 points, seven more than second placed Vipers.

In the other games, BUL FC were held to a one-al draw at home in Kakindu, Simba and Soana FC equaled strength in a six goal-fest at Kavumba.Sadolin Misery continued to pile losing 4-0 away to Express fc
Matchday 17 fixtures
BUL FC 1-1 JMC Hippos FC -Kakindu

Express FC 4-0 Sadolin Paints FC -Wankulukuku
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Soana FC 3-3 Simba FC -Kaumba R. G

URA FC 2-0 Police FC -Lugazi

SC VU 1-4 KCCA FC, Namboole Stadium
Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi who was Saturday afternoon expected in Kasangati at the home of fellow contender in last week’s presidential elections Col Dr Kizza Besigye, page http://creativecommons.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/site-icon/site-icon-functions.php has been blocked in the way.

Mbabazi says he was going to hold talks with Besigye, prescription who remains under police confinement; for fear that he might cause an uprising in the city center.

The Go Forward candidate, advice who was traveling with the pressure group leaders, was halted at Luteete, where police placed a barricade, blocking everyone heading to the direction of Dr Besigye’s house.

Among those that were traveling with Mbabazi was Hon Mathias Nsubuga Secretary General DP, Hon Mike Mabikke President General SDP, Sadam Gayira, Vice Chairman PPP, and Asuman Basalirwa President JEEMA.

The team was reportedly going to discuss Besigye on the strategy of legally challenging the Saturday 20th presidential election results.

Earlier in the morning, the police commanded by Andrew Felix Kaweesi blocked the Forum for Democratic Change Chairman Wasswa Biriggwa, President Mugisha Muntu and party lawyers from accessing Besigye’s house.

It is also understood that Kampala Lord Mayor Salongo Erias Lukwago, who was travelling with several opposition Members of Parliament and Councilors were blocked from seeing Brisgye this afternoon,

Police has since the start of the week blocked a number of officials from visiting Besigye at his home including key personages such as Maria Burnett, the head of Human Rights International in Uganda.
Former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi who was Saturday afternoon expected in Kasangati at the home of fellow contender in last week’s presidential elections Col Dr Kizza Besigye, sickness http://cfbtoman.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-modules.php has been blocked in the way.

Mbabazi says he was going to hold talks with Besigye, ask http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/edit-contact-form.php who remains under police confinement; for fear that he might cause an uprising in the city center.

The Go Forward candidate, pills who was traveling with the pressure group leaders, was halted at Luteete, where police placed a barricade, blocking everyone heading to the direction of Dr Besigye’s house.

Among those that were traveling with Mbabazi was Hon Mathias Nsubuga Secretary General DP, Hon Mike Mabikke President General SDP, Sadam Gayira, Vice Chairman PPP, and Asuman Basalirwa President JEEMA.

The team was reportedly going to discuss Besigye on the strategy of legally challenging the Saturday 20th presidential election results.

Earlier in the morning, the police commanded by Andrew Felix Kaweesi blocked the Forum for Democratic Change Chairman Wasswa Biriggwa, President Mugisha Muntu and party lawyers from accessing Besigye’s house.

It is also understood that Kampala Lord Mayor Salongo Erias Lukwago, who was travelling with several opposition Members of Parliament and Councilors were blocked from seeing Besigye this afternoon.

Police has since the start of the week blocked a number of officials from visiting Besigye at his home including key personages such as Maria Burnett, the head of Human Rights International in Uganda.
Locals in Nyaruziba B Mukikojo in Kagadi Town Council, cheap http://comefare.com/wp-includes/ms-default-filters.php Kibaale district are engulfed shock and disbelief, rx after they woke up Friday morning to find an ancestral tree which fell about three years ago standing  upright.

Chimpreports was told there was a stampede as locals rushed to witness this bizarre development.

The Natal Fig tree known locally as Mutooma (Ficus natalensis) according to residents, viagra sprouted many years ago from one Musudi Swale’s shrine.

The tree, which had gown enormously, was in 2012 hurled down by a heavy storm that hit the village.

For the last three years, residents have been splitting fire wood off the dried trunk.

On Friday morning however, to the shock of everyone, what remained of the trunk was found standing erect with its roots buried firmly back into the ground.

72 year old Faule Kamathe, one of the village elders told Chimpreports that in his life he had never seen anything like that.

Rumors started spreading like wild fire that the incident was announcing a bad omen on the village. There is also strong anticipation that the tree will grow its leaves again within days.

One of the religious leaders Yosiya Tuhaise linked the bizarre development to end time signs indicated in the Holy Bible.

However, another Rev Kunihira of Kagadi Town Council told us that this was not the first of its kind in his memory.

He cited in 1969, a fallen tree in Kenga Kagadi Town Council which also rose again and another one in Kasubi Kampala in the 1970s, which was de-roofed  by strong winds only to be found moments later standing upright with its entire shoot.

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