Parental Care Bushenyi Crowned Kings Of Innovation

Parental care Bushenyi Pupils after receiving their medals

Kampala Central MP and owner of Sports Club Victoria University, approved Muhammad Nsereko has been accused of hiring rowdy youths into stadiums for some local games. According to trusted sources, rx the youths are said to be armed with daggers and have been seen so far in two matches involving SC Villa at home and away.

“I saw a group of men, some people in the stadium said they come from Kisenyi, they threatened Villa fans while flashing small knives but Villa fans remained calm until the end of the game,” One lady journalist from a local media house told Chimpreports on anonymity due to the weight of the case at hand.

“Nsereko entered the dressing-rooms after the match with his bandits after Villa fans had gone. But thank God the policemen were there and managed the situation by denying them access. I don’t know what he wanted because his team (SCVU) was not playing,” another Villa fan and eyewitness told us.

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The said match was between Kiira Young and SC Villa where the hosts needed a win to avoid relegation while the visitors also badly needed a win to keep tabs with Vipers SC who are on top of the table. SC Villa won courtesy of Fred Nkata’s own goal.

More drama

Before the match, scuffle ensued at the main entrance gate at Namboole after SC Villa fans were ordered to pay an exorbitant entrance fee of Ushs.20, 000 for normal and 50,000 VIP in order to access the stadium.

It was reported that Kiira Young’s owner, Jimmy Lukwago who is a very close ally of Nsereko had ordered the charges to be hiked and to include all people entering the stadium including Villa’s president Eng. Ben Missagga.

“Even Missaga should pay, let him park down (outside parking) and go through the security checks and pay 50,000. Let Magogo come. He will also pay. This is my home and I’m the president; if they don’t want let them leave,” Lukwago was quoted by monitor sports.

However the fans turned rowdy after realizing that Nseereko and his goons had entered at zero fees a move which forced the police officers guarding the premises to intervene and asked the Kira president to reduce the prices which he adhered to.

“Soon there will be a serious incident where soccer fans will be injured… Hon Nsereko of SCVU now moves with 20 or so supposed body guards who are allegedly armed with knives…. If it’s true, how the hell are they allowed into the stadiums by security while armed??” ranted Paul Mukatabala a Ugandan Ex-international and veteran SC Villa player/ coach after the game.

Nseereko is expected in Jinja on Friday when his team SC Victoria plays Sadolin Paints at Bugembe stadium.

The last time he was in Jinja was about a month ago against Bul FC, a match that saw teargas and fans fighting after the game. While at Bugembe, he will face perhaps a bigger and harder headed fan base.

It remains to be seen how the league managers and federation will handle the case but the faster the better.
Zadock  Amanyisa

Pupils of Parental Care day and Boarding Primary school, story Bushenyi have been crowned Uganda Communications Commission ACIA 2015 Award winners during UCC’s annual regional young innovators challenge held on Monday at Bishop Ogez High School in Bushenyi town.

The ACIA Awards initiative was established in 2010 by the Uganda Communications Commission and since its establishment; various innovations have been recognized and awarded in different ways, cialis 40mg countrywide according to Mr. Otim Andrew, a planning specialist at UCC.

While speaking to the participants, Mr. Otim said that the initiative is aimed at bringing up new young minds in innovation world as far as ICT is concerned.

“We are doing this to encourage use of ICT innovation in the young generation in primary schools because these young kids have a lot of knowledge and can think freely. They need support through such competitions so that their innovative minds can foster technological development in the country,” he said

Twenty eight primary schools in the south western region were nominated for the award in January 2015 and five of them qualified for the challenge where Parental care emerged the winner to represent the region at the national level challenge scheduled for 22nd May 2015.

The challenge requires participants to show how telecommunications, broadcasting, postal services help to meet people’s basic needs and contributing towards national development, by identifying, illustrating and demonstrating how ICT  can help people find solutions to daily problems.

Parental care scored 69% and was followed by Bishop Stuart demonstration primary school from Mbarara with 55%. 5 winners were rewarded with gold medals and T-shirts as a motivation gear by UCC.

Speaking as the chief guest, the Bushenyi District Education Officer, Mr. Saul Rwampororo urged parents and teachers to encourage their children to have a positive attitude towards ICT for development and expansion of thinking horizons.



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