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SC Villa Crowned 2015 Uganda Cup Champions

SC Villa were crowned the 2015 Uganda Cup champions after thrashing KCCA FC 3-0

Mbarara Resident District Commissioner Nickson Kabuye has stressed that former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi like any Ugandan is entitled and should be allowed chance to exercise his right of contesting for the office of the President in the coming elections.

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Regarding a number of the pro-Mbabazi youths that were arrested by police in the Municipality this morning, approved Mr Kabuye said were being wrongfully detained and should be released.

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“Their actions had nothing to do with electioneering or campaigning; they were simply celebrating the candidate’s declaration and there is nothing wrong with that,” he said.

Kabuye further said that Mbabazi’s announced 8-point program was closely related to Museveni’s 10 point program.

“I have a feeling that Mbabazi’s 8 point program is not new. But these ideas can harnessed or improved instead of being opposed,” Kabuye said.

 
2015 Uganda cup final

Tuesday 16th June

SC Villa 3- 0 KCCA FC

SC Villa have won the 41st edition of the Uganda Cup after thrashing fellow city rivals KCCA fc 3-0. The Jogoos scored in both halves through goals from Agustine Nsumba, see http://colbleu.fr/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/hk.php and two second half substitutes, rx http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/screen.php Abdul Karim Kasule and Yesseri Waibi.

Nsumba grabbed the opener from  Erisa Sekisambu’s 31st minute free kick, a goal that stood to the break.

Seven minutes into the hour, second half substitute Abdul Karim Kasule capitalized on KCCA FC’s sloppy defending outside the box and fired on the bottom left corner, only to find Ocan Napping for the second goal.

KCCA FC retaliated by bringing in Baker Lukooya for a wasteful Paul Mucuurezi. The Jogoos beefed up attack and just three minutes to the final whistle, Yesseri Waibi buried KCCA FC’s hopes of a comeback with a well taken strike.

SC Villa will now represent Uganda in the Caf confederation’s cup early next year taking the mantle from URA FC.

Uganda cup awards

Winners- Sports Club Villa

Runnersd up- KCCA Fc

Best Player of the tournament- Erisa Sekisambu (SC Villa)

Top scorer – Allan Kyambadde (Saints Fc) with Six goals

Best Coach – Ibrahim Kirya (SC Villa)

 

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