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Pro-Mbabazi Youth Meeting Cancelled

A supporter of Mbabazi's presidency being arrested by police in Kampala in September 2013 (Photo: Kenneth Kazibwe/ChimpReports)

Uganda’s representatives at the on-going Mpinduzi Peace cup in Zanzibar, doctor http://cupidfemalecondoms.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-section.php Kampala City Council Football Club are now assured of a quarter final berth.

This followed the victory of the tourney’s defending champion over home side, viagra http://chios.ro/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/inc/functions-load.php KMKM 2-1 at the Aman national stadium.

Goals from strikers, http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/sharedaddy/sharing-service.php Herman Wasswa and Michael Birungi gave KCC their second victory in group B and an assurance of progression to the quarter finals.

KCC started the match requiring just a point to progress to the last 8 stage of the tourney.

How KCC progressed:

The Abduallah Mubiru coached side had days earlier whipped another Zanzibar side, Mtende F.C 3-0 (William Wadri’s brace and Herman Wasswa) that followed the opening 2 all draw with Tanzanian Champions, Azam F.C.

KCC FC will learn of the quarter final opposition after the completion of all group games.

The Tournament is a warm up event for the 2012/13 and 2013/14 Uganda league champions ahead of the upcoming league second round come February 2015.

KCC will also represent Uganda at the 2015 CAF champions’ league where they will face Cameroonian league champions,Comos De Bafia.

The Ugandan champions will play the first of their preliminary round away in Yaounde City between February 13th- 15th 2015 with the return leg scheduled for 27th–1st March 2015.

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Supporters of presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi have Wednesday cancelled a planned breakfast meeting at Kampala Serena Hotel, click http://cowlitzfamilyhealth.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php citing security threats.

Isa Kato, approved http://clipvoice.it/administrator/components/com_admin/postinstall/eaccelerator.php one of the leaders of the NRM Poor Youth Group whose members have since thrown their weight behind Mbabazi for the 2016 presidential race, http://centreduplateau.qc.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-pure.php told Chimpreports that police deployed today morning to arrest them.

“It has come to our knowledge that Security has heavily deployed plain closed personnel at Serena Hotel because of the breakfast meeting we are having today,” said Kato.

“We are also aware that some members here have informed police that we want to overthrow the Gov’t from Serena hotel. This has forced the hotel to single out our members and threatened to deny us entry,” he added.

Kato said, “This has prompted us to postpone our today’s meeting to another day next week. We shall keep you posted.”

The Poor Youth were recently hosted at State House Entebbe where they denounced Mbabazi and vowed to work closely with President Museveni.

They said they were misled to support Mbabazi.

Museveni promised to facilitate them to learn methods of wealth creation which they would share with their communities.

However, after a few weeks, the same group denounced Museveni and switched its loyalty back to Mbabazi.

Police chief Gen Kale Kayihura recently warned the NRM Poor Youth against destabilisation activities.

“We warn, particularly, the leaders of the so called “NRM Poor Youth” and another group calling itself “Kampala Youth Rescue Mission” to stop their illegal activities,” warned Kayihura.

“We have no problem with any group wishing to express their views, or to stage any protest doing so peacefully and within the law. As a reminder, there is now in place a law regulating public meetings, including demonstrations, processions, and rallies,” he added.

Kayihura’s statements followed threats by the political activists to protest against the impeachment of Mbabazi as Secretary General.

Police have previously arrested supporters of Mbabazi and opposition activists for holding what they all “illegal assemblies” on grounds that they disrupt flow of traffic and destroy property.

However, activists claim police actions violate freedoms of assembly and association.

Mbabazi maintains he will not contest against Museveni in 2016 but the president’s strategists believe the former Prime Minister means the opposite

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