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University League Pushed Further Due to Namboole Maintanance

Mubs celebrate a goal in last year final

State Prosecution has finalized investigations in the case where IT expert Robert Shaka is accused of violating President Yoweri Museveni’s privacy by posting wrong information on internet regarding his health condition under the Facebook account Tom Voltaire Okwalinga

Appearing before Buganda Road chief Magistrate Flavia Nabakooza, dosage price http://darioergas.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-pagenavi/scb/util.php the Resident State Attorney Jonathan Nuwaganya informed court that they have two witnesses ready to pin Shaka.

Defense counsel Isaac Ssemakadde asked State to serve them with all documents that will be used by the prosecution as evidence, information pills http://decarbon.uk.com/wp-includes/id3/getid3.php to enable them prepare their defense.

They also asked a short adjournment to allow the lead defense counsel Nicholas Opiyo who is abroad to be able to attend court.

The chief magistrate has adjourned this case up to 7th January 2016 for Hearing

Prosecution alleges that Between 2011 and 2015 Robert Shaka, http://ceris.ca/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-taxonomy-endpoint.php 39 while operating a Facebook account under the names Tom Voltaire Okwalinga unlawfully posted  statements  regarding health conditions of President Museveni.

 
Uganda Martyrs University will have to wait longer to take to their first ever dream finals in the Nile Special University league following the postponement of the much awaited clash against reigning champions MUBS that was earlier slated for Saturday 7th at Namboole.

” The Finals of the University Football League that were originally scheduled for 7th November have been postponed to the weekend of 21st-22nd  November due to the state of the pitch at Namboole which will still be undergoing
refurbishment, salve http://ca-uqam.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-terms.php ” a statement from the organizers partly read.

Namboole stadium has been a bee hive of political activities stemming from the ruling party NRM national delegates meeting to presidential nominations. The non-sport activities coupled with the heavy downpour experienced in the city have left the playing surface wanting.

The stadium board has opted to carry on  maintenance of the pitch in time for the highly billed return leg of the World Cup qualifier between Uganda Cranes and Togo that is scheduled for Sunday 15th November.

Makerere university are the defending champions after seeing off Kyambogo in last year’s final while UMU pulled a surprise eliminating giants Makerere University by 3-2 over two legs.

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