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Saints Chairman Johnson Musinguzi Byarabaha said today that that they parted ways with head coach Haruna Kebba

Residents of Kiboto, more about abortion http://currencyaffairs.org/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php Kabahango and Keremezi parishes in Buheesi Sub County, approved http://chienyenthinh.com/modules/mod_virtuemart_category/tmpl/current.php Kabarole District are in tears after a hailstorm hit and destroyed many of their gardens and killed animals.

The Thursday afternoon storm destroyed banana plantations, http://csrf.net/wp-includes/class-wp-rewrite.php gardens of cassava, tomatoes, cabbages, beans, potatoes and coffee, exposing families to famine.

In Kiboota Parish, several people were injured including one Edward, son to Joseph Nyakairu of Kyabwiso zone who was hit by the storm while grazing cattle.

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“I expected to earn over 3 million shillings from my garden of tomatoes but now everything is destroyed,” lamented Kusemererwa Francis, of Kyabwiso zone whose garden was completely destroyed.

This Tomato garden was destroyed by the Hailstorm.

This Tomato garden was destroyed by the Hailstorm.

The victims of the storm are appealing to the district leaders to inform the Ministry of disaster and preparedness and NGOs to come to their rescue and extend relief aid.

Annet Rubagumya, the District councilor Buheesi, whose tomato garden was also destroyed, has urged the district leaders and other stakeholders to provide seedlings to the affected residents.
Residents of Kiboto, pilule http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/dam/components/class.tx_dam_dbtriggermediatypes.php Kabahango and Keremezi parishes in Buheesi Sub County, http://crewftlbr.org/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/deprecated/tribe__events__google_data_markup__event.php Kabarole District are in tears after a hailstorm hit and destroyed many of their gardens and killed animals.

The Thursday afternoon storm destroyed banana plantations, gardens of cassava, tomatoes, cabbages, beans, potatoes and coffee, exposing families to famine.

In Kiboota Parish, several people were injured including Edward,a son to Joseph Nyakairu of Kyabwiso zone who was hit by the storm while grazing cattle.

“I expected to earn over 3 Million Shillings from my garden of tomatoes but now everything is destroyed,” lamented Kusemererwa Francis, of Kyabwiso zone whose garden was completely destroyed.

This Tomato garden was destroyed by the Hailstorm.

This Tomato garden was destroyed by the Hailstorm.

The victims of the storm are appealing to the district leaders to inform the Ministry of disaster and preparedness and NGOs to come to their rescue and extend relief aid.

Annet Rubagumya, the District councilor Buheesi, whose tomato garden was also destroyed, has urged the district leaders and other stakeholders to provide seedlings to the affected residents.
The Saints Football club has officially parted ways with head coach Haruna Kebba, pilule http://cikza.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-response.php his assistant Mark Twinamatsiko and Club CEO Ahmed Kongola. The club chairman Mr. Johnson Byarabaha Musinguzi informed the three officials that their contracts have been terminated with immediate effect.

Until the development, The Saints Fc had picked only two points from a possible fifteen, with the only goal coming from a dead ball situation.

“The results over the last several games have not been good enough, we have to take the decisions now for the good of The Saints,” Mr. Musinguzi remarked.

Assistant coach Mark Twinamatsiko was responsible for promotion to the topflight guiding the club through two Big league seasons.

The chairman also wished the trio a successful future in all their endevours.

The Saints are expected to unveil a new coach later today with high chances that former KCCA FC coach George Nsiimbe expected to take over.

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