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Ugandan Sextet Star as Kagere Gifts Gormahia Top 8 Cup

Walusimbi, Aucho and Kagere celebrate after win.

Having organised a successful rally at Kololo ceremonial grounds in Kampala this week, symptoms nurse http://consolibyte.com/wp-admin/includes/template.php the NRM is mobilising tens of thousands of supporters to grace President Museveni’s rally in Luwero on Monday.

Launching the NRM manifesto on Friday, http://clevelandheartlab.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/module-extras.php Museveni said he would begin his campaigns in Luwero – the headquarters of the NRA guerrillas who seized power in 1986.

According to the programme seen by ChimpReports, http://certoclear.com/wp-content/themes/divi/includes/builder/main-modules.php Museveni will first address a gathering at Bamunanika in Zirobwe.

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This function will be graced by top NRM leaders from Luwero including Minister John Chrysostom Muyingo.

Museveni will thereafter proceed to Katikamu South where officials said one million Ugandans will be waiting for the President’s address.

He will conclude with a rally in Luwero town.

It is anticipated that Museveni will lay the foundation stone for the NRM monument house.

Luwero is a strategic area for NRM since its residents bore the brunt of the war against the presidency of Milton Obote.

Museveni this week said the campaign messages will rotate around the party’s manifesto, emphasising development in the sectors of agriculture, industry, tourism, trade, ICT and harnessing of Uganda’s natural resources.

To achieve the middle-income target, the NRM manifesto focuses on human capital development, culture, entertainment, labour and unemployment, infrastructure development, lands and finally regional integration and cooperation for bigger enhanced markets.

Museveni is facing resistance from his former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and Dr Kizza Besigye.

Other candidates in the race include Maureen Kyalya, Prof Venansius Baryamureeba, Joseph Mabirizi, Abed Bwanika.

Besigye will start his rallies from Rukungiri while Mbabazi will address public a public assembly in Masaka on Monday.
The Ugandan Ministry of Defence has, web http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-includes/update.php at its headquarters in Mbuya, http://colefrieman.com/v2/old-attys/steffi-chan.php signed a memorandum of Understanding with China Wanbao Engineering Corp to manufacture commercial emulsion explosives at Luwero Industries Ltd (LIL) premises in Nakasongola District.

The Vice Chairman of China North Industries Corporation (NORINCO), http://citadelgroup.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php Hon Tang Deng Jie, who arrived in the Country on November 13, 2015 signed on behalf of China Wanbao Engineering Corp and the Managing Director LIL, Maj Gen James Mugira, signed on behalf of the Ministry of Defence.

In recent years the emulsion explosives have had a large increase in the usage on surface and underground mines.

The reason for this are the great advantages that emulsion explosives offer compared to other types of explosives on the market.

The advantages of emulsion explosive include safety and security, excellent resistance to water, increased velocity of detonation, transport, handling and storage, savings in drilling operations and low gas emissions

On November 14, 2015, the Minister of State for Defence Gen Jeje Odongo presided over the ground breaking ceremony for the construction of the multibillion factory in Luwero Industries in Nakasongola.

The ground-breaking ceremony was witnessed by Hon Tang Deng Jie with a 10-man delegation from China, Minister for Gender Labour and Social Affairs Hon Muruli Mukasa, the Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Defence, Rosette Byengoma Rosette and the Joint Chief of Staff of the UPDF Maj Gen Wilson Mbadi among others.

Gen Jeje Odongo said the joint venture was initiated by President Yoweri Museveni.

“The idea of this explosive plant was born in December 2013 when the Commander-In-Chief, in his strategic understanding of the economy and security environment, guided that there was need for LIL to partner with a company in establishment of an explosive plant in Uganda as one of the drivers of development in the Country,” Gen Jeje Odongo said, adding that, “Under this joint venture, much will happen in this area. Not only shall we be able to deal with our problems but also assist others in the region.”

He thanked the Chinese counterparts for their continued support in different fields saying “this kind of strategic intentions are beyond just business but go deeper to positively impact on the lives of the people of Uganda and the region at large.”

Minister Muruli Mukasa, who is also the area Member of Parliament said, “this is another Land Mark in the transformation story of Uganda. The opportunities to the community will be enormous, economically and in terms of skills development. This will greatly contribute to the fulfillment of vision 2040.”

 

According to the Managing Director LIL, Maj Gen James Mugira, the factory is the first of its kind in the region.

“This will be the only manufacturer of commercial emulsion explosives in the East and Central African region. The products will therefore have a big market. It will improve on the financial base of LIL and reduce or stop its reliance on the National treasury,” said Maj Gen Mugira.

He added that more mineral deposits have been discovered in the region which will require huge quantities of commercial emulsion explosives for mining.

Maj Gen Mugira further said: “Defence Industries and capabilities, worldwide, are strategic at countries’ forefront and extremely important for any country”.

He said the plant in which UPDF Engineers will be key workers will also serve as a one stop center for storage of explosives which will ensure accountability of explosives in the country as a counter terrorism measure.

Maj Gen Mbadi, Hon Tang, Gen Odongo, Mrs Byengoma Rosette, Hon Muruli and Maj Gen Mugira during the laying of a foundation stone for the plant

Maj Gen Mbadi, Hon Tang, Gen Odongo, Mrs Byengoma Rosette, Hon Muruli and Maj Gen Mugira during the laying of a foundation stone for the plant

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Hon Tang said China is committed in sharing with Uganda to strengthen and modernize Uganda’s National Defence capabilities and propel economic development.

He was pleased that the recent upgrade of LIL production lines by NORINCO has helped improve on the output of the factory.

He pledged continued support to LIL so that it can contribute further in National development, adding that the Kyoga Dynamics partnership will go a long way in further consolidating the positive relationship between Uganda and China.

NORINCO offers technical and equipment support and some raw materials to LIL. It recently started providing full sponsorship to LIL Engineers for post graduate studies at Beijing Institute of Technology.

LIL produces small ammunitions for use by Uganda security agencies, tools and spare parts for weapons and does metal fabrication production. It also repairs, fabricates and upgrades Infantry fighting vehicles, upgrades AK 47 riffles and repairs weapons of all calibers among others.

Officials said following the 2013 strategic guidance by the President, bids were open and MORINCO merged the best partner of five bidders and on September 3, 2015, a Limited Liability Company called Kyoga Dynamics Ltd was formed in Uganda which will engage in the manufacture and production of commercial emulsion explosives.

This was a result of a joint venture entered into in June 2015 by China Wanbao Engineering Corp and LIL, a subsidiary of National Enterprise Corporation under the Ministry of Defence.

Construction and establishment of the Kyoga Dynamics Ltd plant will be concluded by October 2016 when production will start, according to Defence officials.
The Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga has hailed the role of technology and innovations as a way of reducing the high rates of unemployment among young people in Uganda.

Kadaga said that there’s need for government to give more support to young people who create technological innovations to solve the existing problems in the country.

She was on Saturday speaking at a gathering that brought together social innovators who have created and influenced change in their society.

The seminar held at Victoria University Kampala was themed “Social and Business Transformation through Innovation and technology”.

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“If you ask me, clinic these are the real Ugandans patriots who should be supported by the government and the private sector to empower other youth in Uganda,” added Kadaga.

The Speaker pointed out the need for a separate Ministry for Science and Innovations so that more significant attention and contribution is given to boost the sector by government.

The Social Innovations Africa seminar aims at fostering innovation among the youth on social problems and to bring about changes they wish to see in Uganda.

The initiative by Hedge Marketing offers sustainable innovative and technological support to budding and established elite innovators by bringing together social entrepreneurs to share skills.

“The average person today requires more than their pocket can offer because the high cost of doing business which in turn makes outreach to lesser privileged fail to access means to curb their social differences,” said Frank Nyakahuma, the CEO Hedge Marketing.

He went on to say that the event sought to bridge the gap between money and brains by bringing in the right mentors to help the youth discover possibilities and connections.

Some of the social entrepreneurs that participated at this seminar included; John Mark Bwanika the Director of the Medical Concirge Group, Esther Kalenzi the founder of 40 Days Over 40 Smiles Foundation and Richard Zulu the CEO Outbox among others.
The Speaker of Parliament Rt. Hon. Rebecca Kadaga has hailed the role of technology and innovations as a way of reducing the high rates of unemployment among young people in Uganda.

Kadaga said that there’s need for government to give more support to young people who create technological innovations to solve the existing problems in the country.

She was on Saturday speaking at a gathering that brought together social innovators who have created and influenced change in their society.

The seminar held at Victoria University Kampala was themed “Social and Business Transformation through Innovation and technology”.

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“If you ask me, these are the real Ugandans patriots who should be supported by the government and the private sector to empower other youth in Uganda,” added Kadaga.

The Speaker pointed out the need for a separate Ministry for Science and Innovations so that more significant attention and contribution is given to boost the sector by government.

The Social Innovations Africa seminar aims at fostering innovation among the youth on social problems and to bring about changes they wish to see in Uganda.

The initiative by Hedge Marketing offers sustainable innovative and technological support to budding and established elite innovators by bringing together social entrepreneurs to share skills.

“The average person today requires more than their pocket can offer because the high cost of doing business which in turn makes outreach to lesser privileged fail to access means to curb their social differences,” said Frank Nyakahuma, the CEO Hedge Marketing.

He went on to say that the event sought to bridge the gap between money and brains by bringing in the right mentors to help the youth discover possibilities and connections.

Some of the social entrepreneurs that participated at this seminar included; John Mark Bwanika the Director of the Medical Concirge Group, Esther Kalenzi the founder of 40 Days Over 40 Smiles Foundation and Richard Zulu the CEO Outbox among others.
Kenyan giants, look http://cbpa.com/wp-content/plugins/cforms/lib_options_add.php Gor Mahia Fc needed two moments of brilliance from Ugandan-born-Rwandese international Meddie Kagere to claim the Top 8 trophy, information pills their second silverware in a a span of one week.

The final was all-Ugandan affair, more about Andrew Sekayombya opening the scores for Sony Sugar barely nine minutes from the kick-off with a fantastic volley. Sekayombya was forced out of the game early in the game with an injury.

Gor continued to press on with Olunga and Kagere coming close but former URA Fc keeper, Allan Owiny kept the attack at bay and Gormahia’s invisibility at test. Hamidu Kwizera blundered with 14 minutes left when he brought down Enock Agwanda. Kagere headed home the resulting free-kick that was curled in by Ali Abondo.

The Amavubi star finished business inside the extra time with a well taken penalty.

Ugandans, Godfrey Walusimbi and Khalid Aucho featured for the invisible champions while Custodian Allan Owiny,
Kwizera Hamidu, Andrew Sekayombya and Robert Omunuk all feautered for Sony Sugar.

Top 8 tournament is a competition Kenyan where the clubs that finish in the top half of the log in the league.

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