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Uganda Cup HT Report: Nsumba Gives Villa Early Lead

SC Villa players in action recently

Police have arrested four people suspected of distributing banners, information pills clinic http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes/class-wp-network-query.php posters and fliers in Masaka town promoting presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi’s 2016 candidacy.

The banners and fliers read, buy information pills ‘Welcome Mbabazi 2016, we are behind you’.

Police did not reveal the identities of the suspects nabbed in a security operation carried out in Masaka and neighboring districts of Kalungu, Lwengo and Rakai on Monday.

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According to Greater Masaka Police spokesperson, Noah Sserunjoji, the suspects are currently held at Masaka Police Station for interrogation.

He said the Electoral Commission is yet to authorise election campaigns, adding, early electioneering is illegal.

The number of Mbabazi’s supporters arrested in the last two days remains unknown.

But Police maintain they have a good number behind bars.

Mbabazi on Monday announced plans to stand for president in 2016.

Supporters of the former NRM Secretary General across the country quickly stormed the streets in their respective urban centres to circulate posters promoting his presidential bid.

Mbabazi later held a meeting with Museveni and top NRM officials at State House, Entebbe.
2015 Uganda cup final

Tuesday 16th June

SC Villa 1-0  KCCA FC

STATUS: halftime

Augustine Nsumba has given SC Villa an early lead after brushing a well curved 31st minute free kick from Erisa Sekisambu in a highly contested first half of the 2015 Uganda cup played at the Namboole national Stadium.

A minute earlier villa’s lanky right back, information pills http://cortrium.com/wp-includes/class-wp-post.php Derrick Walulya saved Paul Mucurezi’s goal bound header just at the goal mouth. Mucurezi had beaten keeper Nicholas Sebwato for the ball inside the box following a mix-up in the Villa defense.

KCCA FC started the game on high spirit with well- executed counter attack but Mucuurezi blew the end product over the bar. Five minutes later there was a moment of madness on KCCA”s goal when Ocan failed to clear an aerial ball which  dropped in the six yard box but Skipper Sakka Mpima was on time to clear the danger.

Penalty hero

Villa began to pile pressure on their city counterparts and their effort was evident on the 22nd minute, side effects http://crewftlbr.org/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp.php when youngster Timothy Awany was adjudged by to have fouled Sekisambu inside the forbidden area resulting to a penalty.

Sekisambu, viagra dosage http://cgt06.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/seo-tools.php just like in Ntungamo, stepped up to take the ensuing penalty but Benjamin Ocan, guessed the right direction and saved the penalty before Mpiima coming to clear of the zone.

The foul came from a well-executed counter attack which result

SC Villa strting XI: Nicholas Sebwato, Isaac Muleme, Fahad Kawooya, Hassan Waswa, Derrick Walulya, Isaac Kirabira, Augustine Nsumba, Dennis Kamanzi, Krizestom Ntambi, Erisa Sekisambu.

Coach: Ibrahim Kirya

KCCA FC:Benjamin Ocan, Sakka Mpiima, Samuel Namwanja, Ayub Kizza, Timothy Awany, Ivan Ntege, Michael Birungi, Tom Masiko, Hassan Waswa, Paul Mucuurezi, William Wadri.

Coach: Abdullah Mubiru

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