Election 2016

TDA’s Ultimatum on Reforms Passes Unnoticed

FDC President Gen Mugisha Muntu says last night's meeting had nothing to do with the party crisis.

Azam Uganda Premier League Club Vipers SC summoned five players to the team’s disciplinary committee for absconding club training with no permission.

Among them are Farouk Miya, order http://ca-uqam.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-user-endpoint.php Shafik Bakaki and John Semazi all of who featured in the Uganda Cranes 6-0 triumph over Kitara select XI in Masindi over the weekend.

“Vipers is a club build on principles of discipline. We want to give them a chance to explain themselves. What they did is unacceptable and sets a bad precedence within the club, http://clbattery.com/wp-includes/class-simplepie.php ” Vipers secretary Haruna Kyobe said.

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Cranes coach Micho had earlier on called seven players from Vipers, but the club hesitated to release them due to the upcoming top of the table clash against KCCA Fc.

It is believed that the three went against the employers decision. Goal keepers Isma Watenga and James Alitho together with Keziron Kizito are the others who were summoned but opted to do club duty.

Siraje Sentamu and Sadam Juma will also face disciplinary actions for participating in an unsanctioned match while on medical leave.
Allan Kayiwa was on target five times as Talented fell 6-5 to Miami Kops in the third day of the 2015/16 National Pepsi beach soccer league. Both, cialis 40mg http://csnn.ca/wp-includes/post.php Kisakye Denilson and Bbosa Aksam netted a hattrick each.

Money bags, information pills http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/em-emails.php Dalumba international suffered their first loss of the season falling 3-2 to Stomers in the penalty shoot outs. The match had ended in a three all draw in normal time goals coming Misi Katende, dosage Jona Kikonyogo
and Kokas Opejo while Stomers scored through Jakwaya Swaibu, Okileng and  Churchill Kamba.

In the other matches played at the Lido beach Entebbe, Julius Malingumu grabbed a brace in Uhuru Titans 4-3 win over Muteesa Royal university. Nkumba select and St. Lawrence University ran riot over their opponents Buwanika Bulls and Kampala City stars registering 8-4 and 8-0 victories.

Full results:
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Buwanika Bulls  4-8 Nkumba Select

St. Lawrence Univ 8-0 Kampala City All Stars

MUBS 4-1 Kayunga Town Council
Miami Kops 6-5 vs Talented

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Kabalagala Rangers 5-4 vs KIU
Stomers (03)3-3(2) vs Dalumba International

Muteesa 1Royal Univ 3-4 vs Uhuru Titans

YMCA 2-1 Real Galacticals
Azam Uganda Premier League Club Vipers SC summoned five players to the team’s disciplinary committee for absconding club training with no permission.

Among them are Farouk Miya, approved http://dcdal.org/components/com_k2/controllers/item.php Shafik Bakaki and John Semazi all of who featured in the Uganda Cranes 6-0 triumph over Kitara select XI in Masindi over the weekend.

“Vipers is a club build on principles of discipline. We want to give them a chance to explain themselves. What they did is unacceptable and sets a bad precedence within the club, http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php ” Vipers secretary Haruna Kyobe said.

Cranes coach Micho had earlier on called seven players from Vipers, but the club hesitated to release them due to the upcoming top of the table clash against KCCA Fc.

It is believed that the three went against the employers decision. Goal keepers Isma Watenga and James Alitho together with Keziron Kizito are the others who were summoned but opted to do club duty.

Siraje Sentamu and Sadam Juma will also face disciplinary actions for participating in an unsanctioned match while on medical leave.
As the country awaits the opposition Democratic Alliance (TDA) plan to substitute the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM), check http://codapostproduction.com/wp/wp-includes/id3/module.audio.ogg.php the alliance is seemingly unable to arm-twist government to alter its stance on electoral reforms before the 2016 general elections.

Recently, http://damadetrefla.com/wp-admin/maint/repair.php The Democratic Alliance (TDA) gave government up to September 18, to have convened a dialogue on how political and electoral reforms as enshrined in the Citizens Compact on Free and Fair elections,can be implemented ahead of the 2016 general elections.

This was later reemphasized by Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) flag bearer, Dr. Kizza Besigye who promised to rally masses for civil disobedience if government remained adamant.

However, the set deadline date has passed unnoticed as the alliance is stilling entangled in efforts to select a single candidate for next year’s elections.

FDC party president, Gen. Mugisha Muntu has assured journalists at the party headquarters in Kampala that the alliance will embark on the demands for free and fair elections after choosing a flag bearer.

“We are still occupied with the issue of coming out with a winning formula which has literary taken all our time,but immediately we resolve that, we shall go back to that struggle,” Muntu responded to media questions.

The FDC boss called upon all the opposition supporters to be patient and calm trusting their leaders to soon wade through all the turbulence that has engulfed the coalition for the last weeks.

“We understand the anxiety that has been happening in the country but we would like appeal to all who want to see this dictatorship ousted to remain focused

“We are still focused on ousting the currently government as the main objective and we are still discussing a winning formula that will enable us achieve that. The discussions have taken longer than we expected but the biggest issue is that we succeed.”

Muntu assured the public that all indications within TDA show that they are getting closer to coming up with a winning formula and as well a single candidate.

 

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